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t CTACULAR SUMMER LAUGH-IN amY July 21 [6 and up Y book characters! Silly cartoons! Wacky puppets! Let ~, tickle your funnybone at this wild n' wacky Laugh-In. L~I joke or anything silly to share. Go home with a wacky [tIITMAN STORY SAMPLER l lay, July 21 I~.m. ,t: Families ~us for some lively, entertaining, audience participating 'palling. Sponsored by the Friends of Issaquah Library. qNTING NORTHWEST NATURE ! fATERCOLOR r Clay, July 22 I ,m. 12 and up / Limited to first 30 I how to paint northwest nature with illustrator/watercolor ,ar Mollie Hashimoto. )by ART ~Qsday, July 29 P.m. and up ~ational program on tattooing, body piercing and other [~,~ of body art presented by Chad Hartgrave and Rion l"S A SPECTACULAR "?" ~day, July 28 P.m, Us!it can: 6 anduUPuildy b with boxes?. A fort? Acabin? Adoll house? ~, tories, a film and the five empty boxes (any size) you ~g, build your own (or get a group together) to build a spec- lar ,?, AMERICAN CELEBRATION r clay, July 30 P.m. ~: All i.~brate the music of America through the folk songs that i~ been a part of our history for generations. Participants '^(:reate a tamborine to play during the sing-a-long of some ~erica's favorite songs. TIVE AMERICAN TALES ~r~day, August 6 i" I=.m. ~: 3 and up ,~ i3ailey, II Teatro Pescatore ~ancing and funny Pacific Northwest tribal stories using pup- ~, Props, and audience participation. k= HIP HOP FINALE Sunday, August 9 2:00 p.m. Age: 12 and up Local dance artist Alice Harrington presents Hip Hop, a of funk and street dance. Your hips will never hop the way again. / blend same Sponsored by the Friends of the Issaquah Library. COWBOY BUCK & ELIZABETH Monday, August 10 Memorial Field Age: Families We conclude our Summer Reading Spectacular with a rootin', tootin' round-up of songs as performed on authentic instru- ments. Wear your boqts, bring your supper and settle in on the grass for an out of library experience. LIT FOR LUNCH BUNCH cd SEE ALSO CULTURAL ARTS Tuesdays, June 2, 16, July 7, 21, August 4, 18 11:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. Age: 16 and up Fee: FREE Library Conf. R oom Facilitator: Nancy Peterson Min: 4 / Max: 20 Do you value those special friendships based on mutual joy in words? Are you busy with other things; but find comfort in a book recommended by a trusted friend? Join our group on alternate Wednesdays. Bring your journal for our writing seg- ment and the book you would like to share. Don't forget your lunch, including a beverage. where the pros shop DOWNTOWN PINE LAKE REDMOND PLATEAU 16101 N.E. 87th 486 228th AVE. N.E. 882-1456 868-3741