Front Porch: Purple lights in Mountlake Terrace

Purple lights in Mountlake Terrace

People in Mountlake Terrace are asked to display purple or black lights in front of their houses during October, which is Domestic Violence Awareness Month.

This is the sixth year for the Purple Light Nights campaign in the city, officials said. Some free bulbs are available.

More info: 425-744-6257, dsingson@ci.mlt.wa.us.

South county fire district open house: Snohomish County Fire District 1 hosts an open house Saturday focused on fire prevention.

The event is planned from 10 a.m. to noon at the training tower at 12425 Meridian Ave. S, Everett, near Mariner High School.

People will be able to check out fire engines, spray a fire hose and chat with crews, among other activities.

Historic interpretive panels: The Bothell Landmark Preservation Board invites the public to join it at 4 p.m. Sunday to unveil the interpretive panels for Bothell’s historic Red Brick Road.

The ceremony will be held at Red Brick Road Park in Bothell. The park is on the west side of 96th Ave NE, just south of Bothell Way NE / SR 522 and just north of the Wayne Golf Course.

The interpretive panels depict the construction and history of the Red Brick Road, which is on the Bothell and state registers of historic places, and will be on permanent display at the park.

The dedication is being held in conjunction with a celebration of the new Wayne Tunnel Mural. More info: www.4culture.org/2014/09/ebb-flow-roller-disco-2

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