Lake Hills History
Learn about the history of Lake Hills and surrounding Bellevue and Eastside! Who were the Native Americans here? Where did the Strawberry Festival originate? How high was Lake Washington? Where was the Black River? What were the original industries here? How was Boeing involved? This and more will be covered by our speaker Jane Morton, from the Heritage Foundation. It will be great! Don’t miss this!
Thursday, May 20
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Spring Scavenger Hunt 2021
Lots of Fun! Great Prizes! Prizes include QFC Gift Certificates and $100 local restaurant Gift Certificates.
Come outside to explore our unique neighborhood and patronize local businesses. Identify special Lake Hills Icons.
Here’s our Challenge: Answer as many questions as you can (family or group entries are welcome) and start looking!
Entries due: May 19th by 11:59 pm. Entries may be emailed to Mindy@Garner.net or dropped off at theBel-East Lake Hills QFC.
Questions? Call Steve Kasner, LHNA Scavenger Hunt Coordinator 425-435-8645
3nd Lake Hills Guided Park Walk, Kelsey Creek Farm
Saturday, February 6, 10am
Kelsey Creek is more than the farm – the trails are extensive and connected for miles of walking. Lauri and Randy will be there with guide dog DeeDee at the parking lot, rain or shine. Look for the A board sign, the Therapy Dog vest and the hat. Remember to take photos, selfie or things you see for the photo contest. Upload these to our facebook page to enter, https://www.facebook.com/LakeHillsNA .
Time: 10am to finish
Date: February 6
Place: Kelsey Creek Parking Lot
News & Events
Lake hills is full of busy families, booming businesses and community programs.
Lake Hills History
Lake Hills history started in mid 1900’s and bloomed into the neighborhood you love today.
Not just old, but significant. It’s not always easy to value our architecture, especially when your…
Please join us for our 2nd Lake Hills Halloween Trunk or Treat at the Lake Hills Village on Saturday, October 27th from 5:00pm – 7:00pm. You can count on great family fun including music, Games, treats and prizes for best trunk decorations! Lake Hills Village is located at 15510 Lake Hills BLVD, Bellevue, WA…
Please join us at the Labor Day Picnic @ Lake Hills Park sponsored by Lighthouse Christian Church from 11:00am to 3:00pm! Food! Games! Music! Bouncy House! It’s family fun for all ages! See you there! We look forward to seeing you!
On Thursday, September 8th at 7pm at the Lake Hills Shopping Center, we’ll be addressing the pros and cons of the upcoming Sound Transit 3 measure that you’ll be voting on in November. Bellevue Mayor John Stokes will represent the pro ST3 position and Bellevue Councilman Kevin Wallace will be representing the con position. Each…
Mark your calendar: The Lake Hills Candidate Forum is on September 14th, 7:00pm to 8:30pm, at the Lighthouse Christian Church offices at 15530 Lake Hills Blvd, Bellevue 98007. Come meet all the Bellevue City Council candidates, ask your questions, and decide your vote! Refreshments will be served! We look forward to seeing you!
What a great turnout for our 3rd Annual Lake Hills Neighborhood Picnic! Thanks to all who attended! And a big thanks to our sponsors! Please stay in touch and stay involved. #WeAreLakeHills
Come meet your Muslim neighbors on Saturday, August 5, 2017 from 10:00 AM – 1:30 PM @14230 NE 21st St, Bellevue, WA. The program starts at 10 am with a brief presentation on Islam followed by a Q&A session. The social hour then comprises of a BBQ lunch. For more information and to RSVP, please…