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WHAT DID YOU HEAR IN THE WAR, DADDY? Saturday, May 2 2:00 p.m. Age: Adults Celebrate the Issaquah Library's 50th lively presentation of American popular War II era. Songstress Dina informative program complete tumes and memorabilia. anniversary with this songs from the World Blade weaves a nostalgic and with historical anecdotes, cos- INSECT ILLUSTRATION: DRAGONFLIES, LADYBUGS, AND BUTTERFLIES Saturday, May 9 1:30 p.m. Age: 5 and up (5 & 6-year-olds with an adult) Max: 30 / Please pick up a ticket 1/2 hour before program. Hand tint your drawings of these beautiful insects with water- colors and colored pencils. Stencils provided for those un- sure of their drawing skill. END OF LIFE ISSUES Monday, May 11 7:00 p.m. Age: Adults Mr. Dee Perguson of the People's Memorial Society cuss advance planning for funeral arrangements. will dis- TALK TIME Tuesdays, 6:30 - 8:30 Wednesdays, 12:30 - 2:30 Age: Adults Conversation group for speakers of guage. Share stories, music, and friends. No registration required. English as a Second Lan- laughter, and make new ENCHANTED SAFARI Tuesday, June 30 11:00 a.m. Toby Wessel, Magician Age: Families You will be amazed and mystified in this the world. magical journey around CHRISTMAS IN JULY Wednesday, July 1 11:00 a.m. Age: 6 and up 40 tickets available 1/2 hour before program 13red of not being able to find the Christmas book you want in December? Join us to hear some stories, watcb a film, make LUNCH BUNCH STORY TIME Mondays, July 6 - August 3 12:00 p.m. Age: 3 and up Bring a lunch and join librarian Leigh Piper for tacular lunch time stories. (Non-spiUable drinks STELLAR EXTRAVAGANZA Tuesday, July 7 2:00 p.m. Age: 6 and up Discover fascinating facts and fictic des of the stars, old and new, will brighten your day can create your own shooting star to wish on. THUMBELINA Wednesday, July 8 2:00 p.m. Age: Families with young children Oregon Shadow Puppet Theatre In the train depot. First come, first served. Hans Christian Andersen's fairy tale of a minature from a flower. Live music and magical storytelling bined in this color shadow puppet play. girl ale LEARNING AMONG THE OAK GROVES -- A LOOK AT CELTIC LIFE Thursday, July 8 7:00 p.m. Age: 12 and up Ancient Britain is Alan. Sponsored brought to life by actress~historian by the Friends of the Issaquah THE WONDERFUL WORLD OF GAMES Tuesday, July 14 2:00 p.m. Age: 8 and up Tackle a tongue twister, puzzle with poetry, and discOVer wackiness of words. JAKE THE SNAKE Friday, July 17 11:00 a.m. Age: 5 - 10 Meet Jake the snake from the Pacific if weather permits. Science Center. NORTHWEST NATIVE AM STORYTELLING AND MUSIC Sunday, July 19 2:00 p.m. Age: All Makah and Nootka legends and myths told by accompanied by Native American flute music. an ornament to take home and check out some holiday books, the Friends of the Issaquah Library. 30