AUGUST 4, 1997
Calendar of events
Eastside Genealogical Society, Aug. 14, 7:30pm: 746-8412 or 888-3947.
Woodinville Rotary Club, no meetings on Aug. 5 or 12.
ACES, Aug. 6, Luther Memorial Church, 7-9pm, Senator Rosemary McAuliffe: 782-6509.
Friday Pinochle will resume on the 2nd and 4th Fridays beginning Sept. 12 at 1pm, Woodinville Lions Club Moutainview Community Center: 483-2693.
Kiwanis Club of Woodinville, every Thurs., 11:30am-12:30pm, Woodinville Round Table: 483-6466.
Business Network International Totem Lake Chapter, Brown Bag Restaurant, every Wed. morning, 7-8:30am: 481-2980.
Woodinville City Council, Mondays, 7pm, Sorenson: 489-2700.
Phone Friend, support for teens, 3-6pm, Monday-Friday: 1-800-543-8255 (1-800-KID-TALK).
Alateen, support groups: 625-0000.
Jump-Rope Camp, Aug. 11-15, K-6th grade, 9am-12pm, $50, Bear Creek Community Church: 821-4581.
Seattle Girls' Choir Summer Music Camp, Aug. 8-17, Fort Flagler, Marrowstone Island: 526-1900.
Boys & Girls Club, through Aug. 11, one week camps, different subject each week, $90 per week, Moorlands Elementary, ages 6-11, 9am-4pm: 827-0132.
Summer Computer Camp, Aug. 4-8, and Aug. 11-15, all 9am-3pm, University of Washington Campus, $325 for one week: 633-7800
Girl Scouts, for GS and non-Girl Scouts, ages 7-17, through Aug. 23, 3 day sessions or 4 wk. sessions, Camp River Ranch - Carnation: 1-800-767-6845.
Infant and Child CPR classes, Aug. 9, 9am-1pm, Evergreen Hospital Medical Center, $20: 899-3000.
"Myths and Realities of the Stepfamily," Aug. 11 & 19, 7-9pm, $25, Eastside Mental Health: 889-7127.
Spiritual Healings, every Wednesday, 7-8pm, CDM Psychic Institute: 782-3617.
Meditation Healings, every Tuesdays, 6-7pm, CDM Psychic Institute: 782-3617.
King County Dispute Resolution Center is seeking King County residents to serve as volunteer dispute conciliators, 4-hour shift per week, 9 month commitment: 443-9603.
Harborview Mental Health Services Citizens Advisory Board seeks members to represent the community and support outpatients: 731-3438.
Monroe Chamber of Commerce and Visitor Information Center needs volunteers to help assist visitors: 794-5488.
Evergreen Community Health Care needs volunteers for community and Hospice bereavement services: 425-899-1077.
AYUSA needs high school students between 15-18 with basic German language schooling for scholarships to spend an academic school year in Germany: 1-800-713-1629.
The Woodland Park Zoo needs Zoo Docents to give tours and share animal facts, classes for training on Sept. 6 and 10, $50: 684-4845.
Volunteer for AYUSA, become a host family for a high school student from Hong Kong: 1-800-713-1629.
Volunteer to become a host family for high school students from around the world for AISE: Call 1-800-SIBLING or check out the web site at http://www.sibling.org.
ALAW needs volunteers to help with data entry and donation processing: 441-5100.
Snohomish Visitor Center needs volunteers to assist visitors, one 3-hour shift per week: 338-4437.
Evergreen Community Health Care needs volunteers to provide companionship and support for homebound clients throughout King and Snohomish counties: 215-2850.
Multiple Schlerosis Association of King County needs volunteers to help with physical therapy, case management, emotional support and educational programs: 633-2606.
CLASSES, SEMINARS, WORKSHOPS
"Retirement Planning for Boeing Employees," Aug. 6, 7-8:30pm, Double Tree Inn in South Center, Sea-Tac, free: 425-646-7700 or 1-800-933-4147.
"Growing Up Amish," Aug. 7-9, 2pm, Kent Commons: 717-687-9270.
Safe Boating Course, Sept. 10, 7pm, College Place Middle School: 778-1322 or 542-3512.
"Handling Stress," Aug. 6, 13, & 20, 7-9pm, Eastside Mental Health, $40: 889-7127.
"Rustic & Decorative Breads," through Aug. 27, 2-7pm, Seattle Central Community College: 587-6346.
Master Gardener Clinics, Woodland Park Zoo, Sat. through Aug. 30; 10am-6pm, Thurs. through Aug. 28; 11am-3pm, Family Farm exhibit, free w/zoo admission: 684-4800.
COOKING & CRAFTS
Amish Craft Sale, Aug. 7-9, 10am-5pm, Kent Commons: 717-687-9270.
Texaco Cup, Aug. 8: Free, Aug. 9: $10, Aug. 10: $16, two day pass: $20: for more info on Seafair: 728-0123.
Queen Anne High School Alumni, Aug. 17, Magnolia Park, old-fashioned luncheon, noon-6pm: 226-3450 or 282-9353.
Evergreen State College, 25th Anniversary Reunion, Aug. 22-24, on main campus in Olympia: 866-6000 ext. 5029.
Woodinville High School, Class of '87, August 16, Echo Falls Country Club: 644-1044 or 1-800-954-1044.
Inglemoor High School, Class of '87, August 16, Bellevue Place Wintergarden: 644-1044 or 1-800-954-1044.
Inglemoor High School, Class of '77, September 20, Shilshole Bay Beach Club: 644-1044 or 1-800-954-1044.
Edmonds High Class of 1957, 40th Reunion, August 9 & 10: 776-8218.
SPORTS & RECREATION
1997 Hoop Jam Tournament, Aug. 9 & 10, Paine Field in Everett, ages 8+: 1-800-939-7969.
Redmond Vertical World Indoor Rock Climbing Gym, classes Aug. 6 from 6-8pm, Aug. 9 from 10am-12pm: 881-8826.
City of Shoreline Sponsors Drop-in Basketball for Women, Fridays, 7-9pm $2, Meridian Park School Gym: 546-5041.
Tunnel Days and 8th Annual Railroad Swapmeet, Aug. 9, 10am, Town of Skykomish: 360-677-2840.
Garlic Festival, Aug. 8-10, 10am-8pm, Israel Family, $5: 435-8577 for directions.
1997 Taste of Edmonds, Aug. 8-10, downtown Edmonds: 282-2202.
Washington Shakespeare Festival, Aug. 7-31, "Comedy of Errors," "The Tempest," "Othello," and "The Compleat Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged)," Olympia: 360-943-9492.
North Bend Alpine Days, Aug. 8-10, Snoqualmie Valley Winery: 888-2884.
POLO Ralph Lauren Film Festival, Aug. 11, & 18, Redhook Brewery, in the Redhook Bowl, free, 9pm.
11th Annual Bubble Festival, Pacific Science Center, Aug. 13-17, $7.50, 10am-6pm: 443-2001.
1997 CBS "This Morning" Toy Test, Pacific Science Center, through Aug. 17, 10am-6pm: 443-2001.
"Street of Dreams" Gala, Blakely Woods, flat shoes recommended for comfort, open to public through Aug. 17: 726-3543.
Lake Whatcom Railway, running passenger trains every Sat. through Aug. 30, $10: 360-595-2218.
Farmer's Market at Country Village in Bothell will run through Oct. 10, 10am-2pm: 483-2250.
Seattle! Musical Tales from the Great Northwest, through Aug. 31, Museum of History & Industry: 292-ARTS.
University District Farmers Market, through November 1, 9am-2pm every Sat.: 633-1024.
"As the Century Turns: The Klondike Gold Rush," through Nov. 2, The Museum of History and Industry, 10am-5pm: 324-1126.
Call 443-IMAX for IMAX Shows at the Pacific Science Center.
ARTS, ENTERTAINMENT & AUDITIONS
Bellevue Opera, holding auditions for "The Sorcerer," Oct. 31-Nov. 9 at the Meydenbauer Theatre, Auditions Aug. 10-12 from 6-9:30pm: 454-1906.
"The New Millennium," Aug. 15, 7:30pm, Aug. 16, 2 & 7:30pm, Cadle Theater, Lake Washington High School, $15: 828-8562.
9th Annual Art in the Park, Aug. 16 &17, 9am-6pm, Travelers' Park, free: 360-794-0364.
Hostelling International-American Youth Hostels, accepting entries for 'Travel Snapshot Contest', deadline Oct. 1, send to: Hostelling International-American Youth Hostels, 733, 15th Street, N.W., Suite 840, Washington, D.C. 20005, call 783-6161.
Documents Northwest: Kumi Yamashita, open night gallery talk, Seattle Art Museum, Aug. 14, 7pm: 654-3100.
Entries for the 1997 Art Show at the Puyallup Fair will be accepted Aug. 6-8, entry fee $5: 841-5045.
"Closer Than Ever," through Aug. 23, Stage Right Cafe, Village Theatre in Issaquah, $12, Thurs., Fri., & Sat. at 8pm: 425-392-0109.
Bellevue Art Museum, 49 Artists in 6th Pacific Northwest Annual, through Aug. 17: 454-3322 ext. 108.
Low Impact Aerobics, six-week sessions begin Aug. 5, Evergreen Hospital Medical Center: 899-3000.
University of Washington's Northwest Lipid Research needs people with low cholesterol: 731-6796.
People with high cholesterol between 21-70 yrs. old are need to take part in research by the University of Washington's Northwest Lipid Research: 731-2823.
"The Lungs and Lupus," Aug. 6, 7:30pm, Stevens Memorial Hospital, free: 774-2992.
Women aged 20-25 and 40-45 are needed for research studies examining the effects of aging on hormone levels: 685-1855.
Sleep and Aging Research Program at UW needs healthy non-smokers between the ages of 60-85 to study the effects of GEREF of the sleep quality, memory, body composition and activities of daily living in older adults, transporation costs will be compensated and subjects will receive $200 for their participation: 543-2845.
Eastside Mother's Club, for mothers and children from birth to school age, first Thurs. of every month at 9:30am, Kirkland Congregational Church: 401-0377.
Caregivers' Support Group, 1st Mon. of each month, Mt. Adams Rm., Providence General Medical Center, 6:30-8pm: 261-4808.
24-hour Crisis Line: "My Sister's Home" confidential shelter, community advocacy, supportive counseling groups for women and children, community education: 746-1940.
NOTE: Overeaters Anonymous, Bastyr University, Conference Room 206, 8am-9am, Sundays, Park at the flag pole: 488-8547 or 489-6773.
Multiple Sclerosis Association, needs people to assist w/services, 2 hrs. per week:461-6914.
The Association for Children for Enforcement of Support, Wednesdays, Luther Memorial Church, 7-9pm: 1-800-537-7072 or 206-747-5990 ext. 3016.
Eating Disorders Northwest, Mondays, 7-8:30pm, University Presbyterian Church, University District: 206-685-5334.