Caspar Babypants Returns!

The music group Caspar Babypants returns to the University Bookstore in Mill Creek on Saturday April 21st. The show, generously sponsored by Top Pot Doughnuts starts at 10:30AM. So, get there early to get a good spot, because these shows are extremely popular.

Some reviews from the band website:

“Caspar Babypants isn’t music for just kids it’s fantastically hooky, cool, authentic pop. Chris Ballew is master and has proven it in two bands now.” Stone Gossard-Pearl Jam

“Caspar Babypants makes exquisitely hummable, catchy tunes, like top 40 for the under 4 set. Great for singing games, car trips, for getting the whole family to sing together.” – Gunnar Madsen – Musician & children’s artist

Caspar Babypants is Chris Ballew from the band, Presidents of the United States making music for kids (and their parents & grandparents). For more information about the band visit





Mill Creek Women’s Club

On March 8, 2012, The Mill Creek Women’s Club was awarded the International Rose Day Award by the Zonta Club of Everett. Zonta International’s mission is “advancing the status of women worldwide.” The award reads as follows:  “The Yellow Rose presented to you [The Mill Creek Women’s Club] from the Zonta Club of Everett is in recognition of your service to the Snohomish County community in your work to improve the status of women.”

Mill Creek Women’s Club began as a social club in 1983. The objective of the club is the promotion of friendship, social connections & philanthropic spirit among members. Membership in the Mill Creek Women’s Club is open to women in the greater Mill Creek area. The annual dues are $30, payable at the April & May meetings.

Monthly meetings are held September through May at the Mill Creek Country Club. These meetings begin with a time to socialize at 10:30AM followed by an enrichment program at 11:00 and a delicious lunch served at 12 Noon.

As for the philanthropic part, the MCWC has designated the YWCA Pathways for Women of Snohomish County as their primary focus. Pathways for Women reaches out to over 1000 women each & every year in Snohomish County, helping them to help themselves & their families become independent. During the December meeting, through the 2011 Auction, MCWC rose over $15,000 to support Pathways!

In March, donations of gently used purses, scarves, & jewelry were collected to benefit the YWCA Pathways for Women’s Working Wardrobe. In addition, The MCWC has over 35 volunteers each & every week supporting the efforts of Working Wardrobe.

The MCWC organizes socials to such places as The Northwest Women’s Show, Lynnwood Culinary School, Molbak’s Nursery, and an evening at UW Bookstore &  dinner at Tablas in Mill Creek Town Center.

Coming up on April 18th, the program for the luncheon will feature Marilee Simpson from My Garden, a full serve nursery focusing on the small garden. My Garden was voted King 5 Evening Magazine’s 2012 Best in Washington in the Home and Garden Category. Do tell.

The deadline to reserve your place for the April Program & luncheon is Thursday, April 12 by 11:30AM. If you are not a member yet visit to learn about the Mill Creek Women’s Club & membership. Contact Membership Chair, Kathleen Corbriere by phone: 425-357-6239 or email:

Much of the information for this story was obtained from Melissa Akers, Publicity Chair  & directly from the club website. Thank you.