A safe, fun space for kids, the Boys and Girls Club has provided after school care, with the goal of instilling…More self-confidence in kids. Available programs include athletic, health, arts and crafts. The Kirkland location is also available for facility rental in the evenings and weekends with fun game rooms and a gym. </p>
Kirkland American Little League 500 8th St, Kirkland, WA98033 Kirkland American Little League provides youth baseball and softball programs for boys and girls between the ages of 5…More and 18. The league operates with the goal of instilling community ideals of honesty, sportsmanship, courage, respect and loyalty in its 700 players. The league also provides scholarships for interested players in need of assistance. Registration is available on the website.
The Barber Shoppe 9730 NE 117th Ln, Kirkland, WA98034 The Barber Shoppe, located in the Juanita Village Shopping Center, is a quaint yet modern replica of the barber…More shops of long ago. It is a full-service shop located on the corner next to a hair salon. The Barber Shoppe offers convenient hours for its customers in the Juanita/Kirkland neighborhoods. There are also several barbers/stylists working in the shop to meet the needs of men and boys of all ages in the community.
The Kirkland Fraternal Order of Eagles is a private club, part of a national network. The focus is on community…More service and fun. Many local charities benefit from the fund-raising efforts, including the Boys and Girls Club, Fred Hutchison Cancer Center and Hope Link.</p>
<p>The lounge is open in the evenings, and the restaurant is open Fridays and during special events such as the Saint Patrick's Day party. Fundraiser breakfast and dinners as well as other events are held throughout the year.</p>
<p>To join, you must have a sponsor. There are two sides of membership: the full voting or the non-voting auxilary option. Please call for details on membership.</p>
Earl's Barber Shop 13029 NE 70th Pl, Kirkland, WA98033 Earl's is a veritable icon of local business. Retired owner Earl Bensel opened his old-fashioned barber shop in 1961…More and, with his son Adam, has cut more than five generations of hair. Though humble enough not to drop names, Earl's has seen its share of famous heads from Seahawks to Mariners to local billionaires. Men and boys will feel right at home amidst the sports and hunting decor or while working on a puzzle in the antler trophy room. Every year, Earl's donates hair cuts to local elementary school auctions and Earl repairs old baseball gloves for young Kirkland athletes.