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EVENTS

Friends of Edmonds Library meeting

The Friends of the Edmonds Library is set to host and hear from the director of operations at Cascadia Art Museum during the group’s meeting Thursday.

Nate Hegerberg will speak on the installation process and techniques of the modern fine art institution, explain the methods and styles used in today’s art installations, and provide examples of different hardware for use at home. He’ll also explain how to hang art, and provide a step-by-step guide for professional home installation.

The club’s meeting is scheduled to begin at 1 p.m. with social time and refreshments, with the program at 1:30 p.m. in the plaza room above the Edmonds Library at 650 Main St., Edmonds.

Help with genealogy

An experienced genealogy researcher can help others searching for family history Saturday in Lynnwood.

Caroll Budny is scheduled to be available for a couple of 45-minute appointments that day. Call 425-775-6267 on Tuesday or Thursday to reserve time.

The appointments will be at the Sno-Isle Genealogical Research Library, 19827 Poplar Way, Heritage Park, Lynnwood.

HEADS UP

Mountlake Terrace garbage collection

Garbage collection in Mountlake Terrace was delayed last week to this week because of the ice and snow.

Waste Management will pick up double the amount of trash Wednesday at no additional charge. Excess refuse can be put in an extra can or a trash bag, but must weigh less than 55 pounds.

Depending on curbside pickup schedules for residents, either recycling or yard waste should be put out as well. Extra recycling should be in a cardboard box or paper bag, and not a plastic bag.

Some recyclable materials are accepted for free at the Snohomish County Southwest Transfer Station in Mountlake Terrace. It is open 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. on weekends and can be called at 425-388-3425.

More info: www.wmnorth west.com/weatherboard.html

OPPORTUNITY

Preservation awards

The Washington Department of Archaeology and Historic Preservation is seeking nominations for the 29th Annual Awards for Outstanding Achievements in Historic Preservation. Nominations are due by 5 p.m. March 6.

The contest recognizes people, organizations and projects that have achieved distinction in historic preservation. Award winners are to be announced in May.

Nominations can be made in one of the following categories:

· WA Heritage Barn Rehabilitation Award

· Career Achievement Award

· Historic Cemetery Preservation Achievement Education Award

· Preservation Education Award

· Historic Preservation Stewardship Award

· Historic Preservation in the Media Award

· Historic Preservation Planning Award

· Special Achievement Award

· Valerie Sivinski Award for Historic Rehabilitation projects

For the first time, there’s also a call for outstanding projects that transformed historic buildings into affordable housing.

Learn more and find nomination forms at www.dahp.wa.gov.

More info: Contact Holly Borth at holly.borth@dahp.wa.gov or 360-586-3533

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