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CALENDAR SPEC/At EVENTS A ANNUAL DESSERT SOCIAL features old-time music by Idyll Hands and contra dancing called by Warren Argo, presented by the Preston Community Club at 7:30 pm. Friday at the Preston Community Center. Bring a potluck dessert. A RETURN TO NEWCASTLE, the 16th annual festival based on the coal-mining history of the community, is from 10 am. to 5 pm. Sunday at Cougar Mountain Regional Wildland Park. The day features historical displays, performances, food, guided walks and hiking. Admission is free; parking is $5. Call (206) 296-4171. A SENIOR TUESDAY features Eating Healthy at 10 am. Tuesday at the Good Little Food Store, as well as discounts for seniors at downtown stores, demonstra- tions at Ben Franklin, backstage tours at Village Theatre and demonstrations and health screenings at Front Street Market. Call 391-1112. A BOTANY ADVENTURES, Cougar Mountain Plant Walks, invites families to learn about identifying native plants on a summer walk from 11 am. to 12:30 pm. THE ISSAOUAH PRESS - WEDNESDAY, JUNE 3, 1998 PAGE A9 i P or? A PAJAMARAMA STORY TIME features “Hello, Red Fox” by Eric Carle, as well as fun activities and treats, at 7 pm. Wednesday at Barnes Noble. Call 557- 8808. A STORYTIME features stories about dinosaurs and other big animals at 11 am. Saturday at Barnes Noble in Issaquah. Call 557-8808. CLASSES A INTRODUCTION TO THE WORLD WIDE WEB is offered free by Nancy Bixler at 7 pm. Thursday at the Issaquah Library. Register by at the Information Desk. Call 392-5430. A WATER GARDENS FOR EVERYONE, featuring ponds, waterfall and deck-top containers, is presented free by Gretchen Taylor at 10 am. Saturday at Hayes Nursery, 12504 Issaquah-Hobart Road SE. Call 391-4166. A CATALOG CLASS reveals the secrets of the library’s computerized catalog with computer trainer Nancy Bixler from 9:30 to 11 am. June 10 at the Issaquah Library, 120 E. Sunset Way. To register . , ' Photo by Chris Bennion Lisa Estrldge—Gray stars as an answering serVIce operator who can’t help getting involved in her clients’ lives in “Bells Are Ringing," the 19503 musical J 13 t C M t R ‘ I Vaifiand iarfiufigt :1: ea '3 (Bf-$51: ca” 392 5430' comedy continuing through June 28 at Village Theatre. Trailhead at Newcastle-Coal Reek Road and Lakemont Boulevard. The program is A PLANNING MEETING is at 1:30 pm. the first Friday of each month. A TACOMA TRIP to the Bingo Palace or Tacoma Mall leaves at 10 am. Monday; van fare is $4. A BOARD MEETING is at 1:30 pm. the second Tuesday of each month. A SOUTH WHIDBEY ISLAND TOUR leaves at 9:30 am. June 10; van fare and A SUPER SITTERS class for youth ages 11 to 15 is offered from 10 am. to 4 pm. Saturday; cost is $20. A GOLF LESSONS for families are offered from 2:30 to 4 pm. Saturday and June 13 at Twin Rivers Golf Course; cost is $42 adults and $27 youth. A HANDGUN ORIENTATION FOR WOMEN is offered on June 11 and 13 presented by the King County Park System. To register call (206) 296-4171. A PUBLIC MARKET is open from‘9 am. to 3 pm. every Saturday until October at Pickering Barn, presented by the Issaquah Parks and Recreation Department. Call 837-3300. K/DS A COUGAR MOUNTAIN ZOO presents a Volunteer Open House from 10 to 11 am. Saturday at the 200, 19525 SE. 54th. Call 392-6278. A ISSAOUAH FOOD AND CLOTHING BANK needs volunteers to help sort and distribute donations. The bank also is in need of clothing donations. Call 392-4123. ferry fees are $14. at the Issaquah Sportsmen’s Club; cost is $24. A “sones IN THEIR HEADS" is pre- SEN/OH CENTER sented by University of Washington music . . . . . . professor and author Patricia Campbell for A" aCt'V't'es are open to Sam” c't'zens , , , , g H V. toddlers preschoolers and children in age 55 and older at the Issaquah Valley All listed acthltles are held at the ———'— , in Snoqualmie. TIC man, grades at 7 p June 10 at Barnes Senior Center, 105 Second Ave. NE. Issaquah Community Center, 301 Rainier A YOUTH CENTER HOURS: QUICK‘BEFORE TH & Noble. The progr'an', of singing, playing Hours are 8:30 am. to 3 pm. Blvd. 8. These activities are sponsored by Monday-Thursday 2-6:30 pm. Monday through Friday. For more information and to make appointments call 392—2381. A EARLY LUNCH at McCormick & Schmick’s Harborside on Lake Union and Private Eye Seattle Mystery Tour leaves at 10:30 am. Wednesday; cost is $14. the Issaquah Parks and Recreation Department. Call for reservations and information, 837-3300. A COMMUNITY CENTER HOURS: Monday, Wednesday, Friday 6 a.m.-10 pm. Tuesday, Thursday, 7 a.m.-10 pm. Saturday 9 a.m.-4 pm. Friday 2-10 pm. New phone number: 837-3317 A MOVIE DAY features “Hunchback of Notre Dame” at 4 pm. Thursday. A FRIDAY TEEN NIGHT Teen Night on June 5 is a City-wide Middle School Dance from 7 to 10 pm; cost is $4. Wlage originalsseries ' , . V _, and dancing includes tips about how par- rst tage.‘The collaboratioan ents can enhance their child’s creative musical expression. Call 557-8808. A EMBOSSING WITH BRASS TEM- PLATES workshop is offered from 11 am. to 1 pm. Saturday at Imagination Express Toy Store. Call 392-3847. l CLUBS THE A FRIENDS AND NEIGHBORS CLUB meets at 7 with others. For more information call 226-3739. A CHESS CLUB is open to all ages and levels with free basic lessons from 6 to 8 pm. every Tuesday at the Couth Buzzard Bookstore, 82 Front St. S. Call 313-7334 or 391 -0686. A EAST SAMMAMISH KIWANIS CLUB meets at 7 am. Thursdays at Christa McAuliffe Elementary School. For more information call 868-6744. ning at 5 pm. at Lake Sammamish State Park. Bring food to share and place settings as well as outdoor games. Call Shirley Rothnie at 2226265. On June 10, families will take part in tours of the Governor's Mansion and the Capitol Building in Olympia. Call Denise Leavell, 837-3682. A ISSAOUAH WOMEN’S CLUB meets at 10 am. the first Thursday of each month at Tibbetts Creek Y include fingerfoods $15 ages "12 to tagtyov roceedsiwill- benefit local 6 g , GALLERY features an exhibit of,‘fi-Iopperesque"v‘oilpairttingsby ' A I alder, continuing through Aug. 21 at thegallery, 317 NW. Gilman g ~ “ #29 Gilman Vlllage. Call 3925963. ' * ' AH GALLERY presents a new exhibit, V'V“People: Faces Figures,” ‘ I j . 93: pm. every Saturday. Closed holiday weekends. For more informa- Qall 39292322. / LMAN TOWN HALL MUSEUM, 165 SE. Andrews. is open from 11 am. to turdays. For more information call 392-3500. ’ A AUTHOR JOYCE DAOUST, a certified nutritionist, talks about her book, “40-30-30 Fat Burning Nutrition,” explaining the Zone Diet, at 2 pm. Thursday at Barnes & Noble. Call 557-8808. A AUTHOR SAM WRIGHT, a modem-day Alaska pioneer, dis- cusses his new book, “Koviashuvik: Making A Home in the Brooks Range," at 7 pm. Monday at Barnes & Noble. Call 557-8808. A CLASSIC BOOK CLUB discusses “Castle to Castle” by French author Celine at 7 pm. Monday at Barnes Noble. Call 557-8808. A AUTHOR STEVE PROBASCO, a local fishing expert, will demonstrate fly-tying and bait rigs as he discusses his new book, “Fishing Washington’s Endless Season,” at 7 pm. , ay at Barnes & Noble. Call 557-8808. V FAIR raises money to benefit the Washington Reading Corps on June gh 14 at Barnes Noble. Call 557-8808. INE for submitting Calendar items is noon Thursday for the following week’s Send Calendar items to Calendar Editor Grace Reamer, The Issaquah 3.13.0. Box 1328, Issaquah, WA 98027, or call 392—6434. Ext. 233. l V0ODS CREEK WHOLESALE NURSERY 1 Now open year round e?" to the public SUMMER BLOOMING PLANTS Hydrangeas 5 gallon 390" of Sharon-Hibiscus 5 gallon s12°° Day Lilies 1 gallon s3” Spirea 2 gallon s6cm iPampas Grass 5 gallon s9°° """""" HEDGES on SCREENS Emerald Green Pyramidal gallon 30" s6°° Laurel English, Portugal, Russian 24” S1650 Photina Fraseri 5 gallon s9°° 1 7 days a week 8 am to 5 pm Runs & GROUND covsns ‘l; I K “W Woods Creek Rd., Monroe E22,?ng ()l‘t‘ Highway 2 pm. the second Tuesday of the month at Faith United Methodist Church, 3924 Issaquah-Pine Lake Road. Women newcomers to the Issaquah area can meet friends and participate in area activities. Call Kelley Walsh at 313-1875. A ISSAOUAH AMATEUR RADIO CLUB meets at 7 pm. the first Wednesday of each month at the Issaquah Valley Senior Center, 105 Second Ave. NE. Currently licensed ham operators or those interested in ham radio are invited. Call Gil at 392-1668 or Todd at 557-0747. A ISSAOUAH BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL WOMEN meets at 6 pm. the second Monday each month at Lombardi’s Cucina. Call TriSh Conner for information at 392-5902. A ISSAOUAH ELKS LODGE meets at 8 pm. the second and fourth Tuesdays of the month. Call Ted at 392-1400 . A ISSAOUAH GARDEN CLUB meets at10130 am. the second Wednesday of each month at 'fibbetts Creek Manor, 750 State Route 900. Call 392-9518 or 392-6304 for information. A ISSAOUAH HISTORICAL SOCIETY meets at 7 pm. the second Tuesday of every other month, including February, April, June, August, October and December. Meetings are at thelssaq'uah Depot. For more information call the Town Hall Museum, 392- 3500, or the Depot, 392-2322, or Nancy Horrocks, 392-5187. A ISSAOUAH HOMESCHOOLERS’ SUPPORT ASSOCIATION meets the second Tuesday of each month. The June 9 meeting is the annual picnic begin- 0 Home cooked meals & - Registered nurses 0 Family lifestyle, limited Cross The Threshold To A Better Concept In A Nursing Home Alternative EverythingAbout Our Residences Says: "Thisjeels like home.” Private and Semi-private rooms inside truly beautiful single level homes. All four homes are situated in safe, quality neighborhoods on the Sammamish Plateau. nutritional monitoring always on duty Manor, 750 State Route 900, with coffee and social before a business meeting. Call 391-7438. A MIRRORMONT COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION meets at 7 pm. the first Thursday of the month at the Mirrormont Country Club, open to Mirrormont-area resi- dents who want to get involved. Call Lindie at 392-0316. A OVEREATERS ANONYMOUS has a special new- comers meeting in celebration of the organization’s 25th anniversary from 7 to 8:30 pm. Thursday at the Newport Way Library, 14250 SE. Newport Way. Everyone is welcome, including those who think they may be compulsive eaters or those who are con- cerned about a friend or family member. The program includes a film, explanation of the OA recovery pro- gram and members sharing their experiences. Call 747-4439 or 392-2488. A PINE LAKE GARDEN CLUB meets at 9:30 am. the second Wednesday of each month on the Plateau. Call Jean Hurt at 392-5824. EVERY WEEK.’ A AL-ANON/ALATEEN meets at 10 am. Thursdays at Our Savior Lutheran Church, 745 Front St., and at 5:30 pm. Thursdays at Community Church of Issaquah, 205 Mountain Park Blvd, for men, women and teenagers who have friends or family members with a drinking problem. Call 625-0000. A BELLEVUE ANDEASTSIDE CAMERA CLUB meets two or three Thursdays each month for photog- raphers to share their slides, prints and experiences PEMC lNSURANCE Iii?“ o Issaquah/ North Bend Elli?! Homeowner/ Earthquake Quotes & Agflications by Phone Young Drivers Be Good Student Discounts The lsszlquali lnsurancc Agency serving the Existsidc since 1‘ 77 NORTH BEND THEATRE I City Of Angels Starts Thursday 8:00 p.m., out at 9:55 pm. . Thursday. June, 4 through Tuesday. June 9 Adults: $4.00, Seniors Under 17: $3.00 For Information Call 888-1232 A ISSAOUAH VALLEY KIWANIS meets at 7 am. Fridays at the Snow Goose Cafe, 317 NW. Gilman Blvd. Call Sue Lewis at 603-9212. A KIWANIS CLUB OF ISSAOUAH meets at noon Wednesdays at Gibson Hall, 105 Newport Way. The speaker for the June 3 meeting will be Patrick Brady, director of the LOMA Center for Renewal. Call 392 3937 or 837-3005. . A OVEREATERS ANONYMOUS meets at 5:30 pm. Sundays at Issaquah Valley Senior Center, 105 Second Ave. NE. Call Heidi at 868-7962. A PROVIDENCE POINT KIWANIS meets at noon Fridays at Stromboli's Restaurant in Providence Point. Call 557-0133. A RAINBOWS meets from 7 to 8 pm. most Wednesdays at Mary Queen of Peace Church, for chil- dren aged kindergarten to sixth grade, a support pro- gram for children who live in single-parent families or stepfamilies. Call Mary Keyser at 391-1178 or 868-8251. A ROTARY CLUB OF ISSAOUAH meets at 12:15 pm. Wednesdays at The Roost, 120 NW. Gilman Blvd. Call Sharron at 222-5990 or Kathy at 392-2224. A TOASTMASTERS of Greater Issaquah meets at 6:45 pm. Thursdays at Bellewood Retirement Center, 3710 Providence Pt. Dr. SE. The group is for those who like to be heard in public and who want to learn to improve public speaking skills. For information call Gordon at 392-4937. A TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) meets at 9:30 am. Thursdays at Our Savior Lutheran Church, 805 Front St. S. All are welcome. Call 391-8905. A] Snoqualmie Low Cost Auto Monthly yments Available Pat 5 lac} Agent 42 5-392-7887 17 NW Alder l‘lacc PG-l3