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Spring Rebels by Bus adventures

There are still lots of seats left on the bus for three upcoming Rebels by Bus Adventures.
The Spring line up is:
madison parkMay 29th: Madison Park neighborhood of Seattle and the University of Washington Arboretum. The rhodos will be in their full glory. Madison Park includes Lake Washington shorefront, as well as delightful small shops and restaurants. And let’s NOT forget Café Flora, which is a delightful (and delicious) restaurant on East Madison, close to the Arboretum.

snohomish town

May 12th:  City of Snohomish  Snohomish is a small town known for antique stores, and only a short distance from Everett.  The town has lots of shops to browse, and a lovely riverwalk on the edge of the commercial district.  There is also a self-guided walking tour to see the lovely historic homes in town.  snohomish river walk

June 11th:  Gig Harbor

I think there’s a water theme going on this quarter… Gig Harbor is a beautiful town set snug in a small harbor.  There is a walk along the harbor, taking you to many little shops and restaurants, as well as spots to stop and enjoy the water and views of Mt. Rainier.

gig harbor rainer Each of these escorted trips cost $25.  To sign up, contact South Puget Sound Community College at 360-596-5753 or www.hawksprairie.org

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