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UPDATE:Fifth annual Peony & Bamboo Festival now set for May 6-7
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UPDATE:Fifth annual Peony & Bamboo Festival now set for May 6-7 | West Seattle Herald / White Center News Skip to Main Content Area Friday, April 28, 2017 | Broken clouds, 53.6 °F search Letters Sign in Subscribe Contact Us Front Page News Features Sports Opinion Police Blotter Herbold: West Seattle Bridge studies produce recommendations In her newsletter to constituents District 1 City Councilmember ... Westside-O-Rama West Seattle Entertainment Guide Admiral Theater 2343 California Ave. S.W. 938-3456 Movie ... Highline Bears Semi-Pro baseball will open the season June 2 in White Center The local semi-pro Highline Bears baseball team announced that its ... A note about some changes- Westside Weekly becomes Westside Seattle By Ken Robinson Managing Editor When Jerry Robinson took the ... Police Blotter week of 4-24-17 Neighbors who aren’t neighborly The victim and the suspect of ... News Work complete on Murray Basin CSO; Fences come down next week, celebration set for June 10 Herbold: West Seattle Bridge studies produce recommendations UPDATE:Fifth annual Peony & Bamboo Festival now set for May 6-7 South Seattle College’s Aviation Maintenance Technology Program partners with Delta Air Lines REMINDER: West Seattle Junction Day of Giving April, 29 will aid non-profits 58 unit apartment building with 29 parking spaces up for early design review Early Notice: White Center Jubilee Days promising to be the best in years West Seattle Garden Tour’s 2017 gardens & ticket info announced New playground planned for Early Head Start program at White Center Heights Elementary Trimesters, credits, and graduation, oh my! Microsoft shuttle will share space at Metro stop in pilot program Local restaurants participating in Dining Out for Life April 27 First Date musical comedy will delight audiences starting April 28 Two car crackup at 35th and Morgan SW sends three to hospital Sound Transit sends out RFQ for light rail consultant on West Seattle and Ballard routes Eleven, 3-story townhouses going ahead on 3420 SW Graham; Part of High Point redevelopment Streamlined design review set for three story, five unit townhouse on Delridge Way SW Metro looking for input on simplifying adult bus fares King County Assessor explains why taxes are going up Next HPAC meeting is set for Wed. April 26 — join the conversation Historical society to seek new executive director $440,000 settlement reached in West Seattle tree cutting suit: One suit remains P-Patch community garden plots available in select neighborhoods Reduce, reuse, recycle – King County plans repair event for Earth Day in White Center The Art of Hair: Ola Salon opening a new location in Burien The fifth annual Peony and Bamboo Festival was set for April 22-23 but has been rescheduled for May 6-7 the Seattle Chinese Garden. The event will feature a huge range of peonies and bamboo plants and offer activities for the whole family. UPDATE:Fifth annual Peony & Bamboo Festival now set for May 6-7 04/28/2017 Update April 28 Spring weather has finally arrived and the tree peonies in the Seattle Chinese Garden are finally opening up their blossoms. The flowers should be at or close to full bloom on the new festival days of May 6-7. according to the organizers. Update April 21 The Seattle Chinese Garden has postponed the Peony and Bamboo Festival due to predictions of rainy and windy weather this weekend plus the continuing reluctance of the peonies to bloom due to the cool weather. As of yesterday, only two peony buds had started opening up, although the plants have many big buds that have been showing good color for the past 10 days. Spokesperson Sandy Marvinney said, "We expect to reschedule for May 6-7 and hope to have arrangements nailed down soon." Original Post April 8 The 5th Annual Peony and Bamboo Festival is set to take place at the Seattle Chinese Garden April 22-23 from 10am to 4pm. More than 400 plants and more than two dozen varieties will be on display. The cold, rainy weather this winter (carrying over into spring) is delaying peony blooming because the plants need temperatures in the sixties to stimulate buds to open into big blossoms. For this reason the festival committee rescheduled all the core activities for the weekend. Warmer weather is not only stimulating to peonies, but much more pleasant for festival attendees too, and both plants and people are eager for more sunshine. The April 22-23 festival will showcase specialty bamboo offered by growers from Washington and Oregon, craft vendors, displays, cultural entertainment for the whole family, peony and bamboo painting demonstrations and Chinese food booths. Plus, we have other special plans in the works for this year. The Lion Dance is set for Saturday at approximately 11:15am Unusual Bamboo will be available for sale by northwest specialty growers Displays, plant care talks, and demonstrations Cultural entertainment, Chinese painting demonstrations Arts and Crafts for purchase Chinese food booths Family friendly event - activities for children $5 suggested adult donation The Seattle Chinese Garden is located at 6000 16th Ave. SW, Seattle WA 98106 just north of the South Seattle College Campus. We encourage our readers to comment. No registration is required. We ask that you keep your comments free of profanity and keep them civil. They are moderated and objectionable comments will be removed. View the discussion thread. Please send us your news tips, photos or ideas of how we can better cover your neighborhood. Email us at WestSeattle@robinsonnews.com or TEXT news tips to 206-459-6717 Receive updates on news and events in the West Seattle neighborhood via Twitter! 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