Front Porch: Memories of Puget Park Drive-In

  • Thu Jan 21st, 2010 10:39pm
  • News

Puget Park Drive-In, Snohomish County’s last drive-in movie theater, will be demolished later this year to make way for a standalone emergency room that will be built by Swedish Health Services in Seattle.

If you have memories you’d like to share of the drive-in, send them to salyer@heraldnet.com.

Census job test in Stanwood: The U.S. Census Bureau is testing at the Stanwood Library for employment with the 2010 Census at 2 p.m. Monday.

The part time, temporary job pays $17.50 per hour and starts in February.

For more information, call 866-861-2010. Walk-ins are welcome to take the test.

A practice test is available at the library.

See glass school’s program online: The Pilchuck Glass School 2010 summer course catalog, application details and scholarship information are online at www.pilchuck.com.

Among the highlights of the 2010 course offerings are classes that explore ways that neon can be powered with solar energy, flameworking with furnace glass and the use of digital technology in working with glass art.

Located on a former tree farm northeast of Stanwood, Pilchuck sponsors two- and three-week classes each summer.

Are you Olympics bound? Do tell: Herald writer John Boyle is looking for people from Snohomish and Island counties who are planning to attend the Winter Olympics. If you’re headed to Vancouver, B.C., in any capacity — athlete, coach, official, volunteer, fan — contact Boyle at jboyle@heraldnet.com.