JANUARY 6, 1997
Tim Noah at Woodmoor
Tim Noah will appear in a free concert featuring rock and roll magic for all ages Jan. 14, 7 p.m., at Woodmoor Elementary School, 12225 NE 160th, Bothell. The event is sponsored by the King County Library System Foundation and the Friends of the Kingsgate Library. For information, call 821-7686.
Robert Fulghum in benefit Bellevue appearance
Seattle author Robert Fulghum will read from his soon-to-be-released book True Love on Jan. 17, 7 and 9 p.m., at the Meydenbauer Center in downtown Bellevue. Tickets are $15/$20.
Fulghum will also be the guest at a special event, "Backstage with Robert Fulghum," before the first show. All proceeds will go to fund a duplex being built by Project SHARE, Habitat for Humanity East King County's Overlake Townhome Project.
Project SHARE is a coalition of six Eastside churches, including local congregations Cottage Lake Presbyterian, Northshore United Church of Christ, and Woodinville Unitarian Universalist.
Musical Sunday at Woodinville Library
The third in a series of free Musical Sundays at the Woodinville Library will present music by Tapestry Jan. 12 at 3 p.m. The group is a vocal ensemble of 11 singers featuring close harmony with a repertoire of modern jazz, blues, gospel, and classical material. Call 788-0733 for more information.
Branagh's 'Hamlet' coming to Seattle for Shakespeare Festival
Kenneth Branagh's film Hamlet will premiere at the Seattle Shakespeare Festival at a benefit performance Jan. 21 at 7 p.m. at the Guild 45th Theatre. The full-length telling of Shakespeare's play runs four hours (with intermission) and was filmed entirely in 70 millimeter. Tickets for the screening ($10) must be purchased in advance. Call 467-1382.
Grant panels to judge artwork
During the month of January, applications submitted to the Washington State Arts Commission will be judged. Call 360-753-3861.