Education Extravagana and cycling recycling
Parents looking for education information, resources and advice can get some of each at the Education Extravaganza Tuesday evening at Bellevue's Meydenbauer Center. The event, sponsored by local group ParentMap, is bringing together 80 schools and learning resources, as well as the state's education ombudsman. Admission is free, and one attendee will win a $2,500 tuition credit, event organizers say. Interested parents may RSVP at http://www.parentmap.com/education-extravaganza (optional).
Cycling recycling in King County
To increase recycling and reduce waste, King County is accepting unwanted bicycles and bike parts free of charge at its Shoreline Recycling and Transfer Station, 2300 N. 165th St. The bikes are then delivered to the nonprofit organization Bike Works, which works with youth and volunteer programs and turns the unwanted bicycles into clean and affordable modes of transportation.
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