The most terrifying event of the week happens Tuesday night at Cedarcrest High School. 8th-Grade Parent Orientation Night + My Daughter is Starting High School = I am OLD. The fun starts at 6:30pm.
In other big kid milestone news, kindergarten registration packets for next fall are available at all Riverview elementary schools starting Wednesday.
The monthly Duvall Poetry meetup is happening this Wednesday at the Duvall Library from 7-8:30pm. The mic is open. The poetry is hot. I believe berets are optional.
Do you like trivia games, pizza, popcorn and stinky middle schoolers? We’ve got you covered this week with the Tolt Family Trivia Night on Friday, March 3rd. If you want to trick your fifth grader into thinking middle school is all fun and games, this is the night to do it. 6pm.
Also Friday, if you don’t want to eat your vegetables, paint them instead. NWAC will teach you how. They’ve got classes going on all the time. They’re just not usually this healthful.
If you’re planning to register for Eagle Rock, packets are due on Friday.
There’s a self defense class at the library on Saturday. No black belt required. And if you didn’t get enough veggie art at NWAC, you can come to the library and make a vegetable crown in preparation for March of the Vegetables later this month.
If you have event and activity ideas for future editions of What Are You Doing, Duvall? submit them here. I want to keep this short so I can’t include everything, but would love more ideas to choose from each week.
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