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StagerPalooza is back to help #TackleHomelessness!

Once a year, the talented people at Staging & Design Network have a two day sale of their staging inventory, to make room for new trends, styles and colors. This is a fantastic opportunity to buy furniture and décor that was hand-picked by an interior designer and then sold at a fraction of the retail […]

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First Day of Autumn

Even though it happens year after year, the arrival of autumn is always a little surprising. Almost as if on a switch, one day late in the summer you feel it – a subtle crispness in the air. And before you know it, it’s pumpkin-spice-everything everywhere. We are suddenly swathed in sweaters, wearing boots, and […]

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Luminata Lanter Parade – A Festival of Dark and Light

The Luminata Lantern Parade in Fremont is happening tomorrow, September 21, 2016. Luminata is a procession of light, celebrating the arrival of the autumnal equinox and heralding the plunge into darkness that is winter. The autumnal equinox happens the moment the sun crosses the celestial equator, which is an imaginary line in the sky that […]

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Luxury Camping: Glamping in the Pacific Northwest

An escape to the great outdoors brings you closer to life’s simple pleasures: disconnect from the data stream, reconnect with the outdoors. Be warmed by the camaraderie around the campfire, gaze at the brilliance of stars and wake to the aromas of a fireside breakfast. With summer almost over you might be thinking that camping […]

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Seattle Farmers Markets Guide

Farmers markets have traditionally been a gathering of the tribe as much as a collection of freshly harvested fruits and vegetables.  In recent years the culture and excitement behind farmers markets has expanded to become kind of a low-key celebration of urban community and country food. It’s a place to eat, drink, enjoy music and […]

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Giving Back: Summer Camp Grants

If you’ve been to camp, you’re not surprised to hear about the benefits of summer camp. Experiencing life at camp yourself as a child, you know the profound positive effects that still matter to you as an adult. Unfortunately going to summer camps can be expensive – especially for families that are struggling to make […]

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Have a Blast in Seattle this Fourth of July

This weekend will mark 240 years since 56 members of the Second Continental Congress signed the Declaration of Independence during the early years of the American Revolutionary War. But why celebrate the Fourth of July with colorful sparks and loud booms? The tradition can be traced back to a letter John Adams wrote his wife […]

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Windermere Real Estate Unveils “W Collection” Ultra Luxury Brand

Today, the Puget Sound Business Journal exclusively announced the launch of Windermere’s new ultra-luxury brand, W Collection. Spearheading the W Collection is Leigh Canlis, Vice President, Luxury Division of Windermere, who joined the company in February. Canlis said,  “W Collection is much more than a luxury marketing program, it is like the American Express Black […]

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Windermere Living Summer 2016

Hot off the presses – the new issue of Windermere Living is available today at your nearby Windermere Real Estate office or read it online HERE.

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Support Your Local Food Banks During the Summer

Posted in Windermere Foundation by Marilou Ubungen Did you know that June is fresh fruits and vegetables month? That’s great if you can afford them. However, they are a luxury for people who struggle to provide even just the basic necessities for their families. Many families rely on their local food banks as a regular […]

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