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Learn about the Valley’s early farming years at the next Sammamish Valley Grange Community Education Program. Woodinville Heritage Society member, Terri Malinowski, will present “The Fertile Valley: Our Cultural Heritage.”
The presentation, Wednesday, October 3rd, 7 p.m. at the Grange Hall in Woodinville, includes photos and intensive research illustrating how a dense forest tamed by homesteaders, loggers and sawmills became a lush valley of dairy farms and truck gardens cultivated by immigrant farmers from Italy, Japan and the Philippines. Find out more about Woodinville Heritage Museum programs and Heritage Society activities. Bring your questions as there will be time allotted for Q & A.
In tradition and service to the broader community, the Sammamish Valley Grange, located at 14654 148th Ave. NE, Woodinville, presents monthly programs free to the general public. Mark your calendars for the November 7th dual program, a presentation at 5:30 p.m. with Friends of the Sammamish Valley on farmland protection followed at 7 p.m. by the second annual roundtable discussion with local young farmers on “The Next Generation of Farming;” then the Holiday Gathering and Potluck will be held, Wednesday, December 5th at 7 p.m.
StoryBook Theater is beginning their new season with a fall show sure to delight the youngest audiences and their parents for the 55-minute version of the classic fairytale, 3 Pigs.
With adaptations from Lani Brockman and music & lyrics from Susan Bardsley, StoryBook Theater has captivated audiences for over two decades. In October, they are excited to bring back an old favorite, 3 Pigs, based on the well-known fable of the three little pigs. This zany rendition includes a singing wolf, hilarious dancing pigs, and a valuable life lesson of working together.Read more ...
Studio East is excited to begin their 26th season with the hit musical, Oliver! This musical from Lionel Bart takes audiences on a wild adventure through Victorian England. Bounced from workhouse to forced labor, Oliver Twist escapes to the streets where he meets Fagin, the Artful Dodger, and a band of child pickpockets. With a Tony Award for Best Original Score, this musical features favorite songs such as “Food Glorious Food,” “Consider Yourself” and “Where Is Love.” Studio East students ages 8-19 will perform this musical.
The show is recommended for ages 8+ and has a running time of approximately 2 hours with intermission.
Adult tickets are $19, while students and seniors are $17, and they can be purchased at www.studio-east.org or (425) 820-1800. All performances are at the Studio East Mainstage Theater located at 11730 118th Ave NE in Kirkland. Performances run October 12 – October 28, 2018 with both matinée and evening shows.