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September 8, 1997

Events

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   MEETINGS
  
   Rotary Club of Redmond Rousers, Sept. 10, 7-8:30pm, Emerald Heights: 885-2254.
  
   Eastside Genealogical Society, Sept. 11, 7:30pm, Bellevue Library: 888-3947.
  
   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.
  
   YOUTH
  
   The Lake Forest Park Community School fall season will begin Sept. 29, classes include travel, antiques, self-realization, and crafts, Sept. 24 from 7-8pm, Sept. 25 from 2:30-4pm both at Lake Forest Park Elementary, and Sept. 27 from 1-3pm at the Forest Park Shopping Center.
  
   High School students are invited to apply for a special academic scholarship to study in the beautiful Czech Republic for the 1998-99 Academic Year, AYUSA: 1-800-713-1629.
  
   Phone Friend, support for teens, 3-6pm, Monday-Friday: 1-800-543-8255 (1-800-KID-TALK).
  
   Al-Anon/Alateen, support groups for families and friends of alcoholics: 625-0000.
  
   WOMEN'S INTERESTS
  
   "Beyond Dieting," Sept. 22, 7-9pm, Evergreen Hospital Medical Center, $15: 899-3000.
  
   MEN'S INTERESTS
  
   BAZAAR
  
   GARAGE SALES
  
   PARENTING
  
   RELIGION
  
   Spiritual Healings, every Wednesday, 7-8pm, CDM Psychic Institute: 782-3617.
  
   Meditation Healings, every Tuesdays, 6-7pm, CDM Psychic Institute: 782-3617.
  
   VOLUNTEERS
  
   Eastside Mental Health needs volunteers for receptionist, help out in our accounting department or work with chronic mentally ill clients in the snack bar: 641-2999 ext. 221.
  
   American Cancer Society needs community volunteers to help plan its spring 1998 "Daffodil Days" and "Relay for Life" fundraisers: 869-5588 or 1-800-729-5588 ext. 129.
  
   Volunteers for MAVIA needed to serve as community advisors for its Students Against Violence Everywhere (SAVE) chapter at Bellevue Boys and Girls Club's Ground Zero Teen Center: 323-2303.
  
   Hospice volunteers needed at Evergreen Community Hospice, orientation on Oct. 8 from 6-9:30pm: 899-1040.
  
   Volunteers needed to help girls develop skills to face the critical issues in today's world in Girl Scouts: 1-800-767-6845.
  
   Volunteers needed for Village Theatre's annual Salmon Days Festival, shifts are 2 hours long, Oct. 4 & 5 from 10am-6pm: 392-1942 by Sept. 15.
  
   CLASSES, SEMINARS, WORKSHOPS
  
   "Estate Planning," Sept. 12, Business Enterprise Center, 12-2pm, $15: 233-0171.
  
   "Finding the Right Care and Care Planning," Bethany of the Northwest, Sept. 18, 1pm, Bethany at Pacific Crest in Everett, free: 259-5508.
  
   "WinFrame Enterprise," Sept. 11, 1:30-4pm, PacWest Briefing Center: 1-800-550-4300.
  
   "Basic Investing," 3 classes, Sept. 10, 17, 24, Edward Jones Investment Office, 7-9pm, $8: 823-3163.
  
   Safe Boating Course, Sept. 10, 7pm, College Place Middle School: 778-1322 or 542-3512.
  
   BUSINESS
  
   "Accessing Technology in Washington State," 8am-1:30pm, Kane Hall on UW Campus, Sept. 13: 785-3756.
  
   Olympic View Business & Professional Women (BPW), Sept. 11, 5:30-8pm, Ballinger Park Clubhouse, $15 member/$18 guests, RSVP by Sept. 8: 745-0793.
  
   GARDENING
  
   COOKING & CRAFTS
  
   REUNIONS
  
   Inglemoor High School, Class of '77, September 20, Shilshole Bay Beach Club: 644-1044 or 1-800-954-1044.
  
   SPORTS & RECREATION
  
   Heritage Cup Polo Tournament, Sept. 12-14, Kent Polo Field in White Swan, WA, 10am-dusk each day, $10 Friday and $35 for Sat. and Sun.: 509-575-1228.
  
   Tae Kwon Do classes, ages 7-adult, City of Bothell Parks & Recreation Dept.: 486-3256 ext. 4377.
  
   CPR and First Aid Classes, two-year certification card issued: 486-3256 ext. 4377.
  
   Seattle Magic Basketball Club, tryouts for grades 9-11, Sept. 20, 21, 27 & 28, grades 5-8 Oct. 4, 5, 11 &12: 462-0466.
  
   City of Shoreline Sponsors Drop-in Basketball for Women, Fridays, 7-9pm $2, Meridian Park School Gym: 546-5041.
  
   SPECIAL EVENTS
  
   Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey, Sept. 11-14, Key Arena, $11.50, $14.50 and $16.50: TicketMaster 628-0888 or 627-TIXS.
  
   INPEX Fall Stamp Show, Sept. 12-14, Seattle Center in the Rainier Room, free: 822-3227.
  
   Sweet Adelines International, "Guest Night," Sept. 23, Prince of Peace Lutheran Church in Shoreline: 821-5257 or 481-5069.
  
   39th Pacific Northwest Christmas Tree Association Tree Fair and Trade Show, Sept. 12 &13, Portland Airport Holiday Inn, Fri. noon-5:30pm, Sat. 9am-4:30pm, $15: 503-364-2942.
  
   Eco Home Fair, Sept. 13-14, Fort Worden State Park in Port Townsend, $7: 253-445-4575.
  
   "It's Raining Heisey in the Northwest," Heisey Glass Auction, Sept. 13, noon-4pm, Holiday Inn in Issaquah: 392-6421.
  
   U.S. National Library of Poetry's North American Open Poetry Contest, send to: The National Library of Poetry, Suite 1993, 1 Poetry Plaza, Owings Mills, MD 21117-6282 or go to www.poetry.com. No more than 20 lines, deadline Sept. 30.
  
   Seattle Goodwill's Antiques & Collectibles Auction, Sept. 14, Seattle Goodwill Main Store, : 329-1000.
  
   Seattle Art Museum's After Hours, Music: TBA at 5:30pm, Tour: "Jude: The Stone of Heaven" at 7pm, Poetry After Hours: 7:30pm, Dinner/Cocktails: Sheraton Cafe: 625-8900.
  
   Artichokes & Art Festival, Sept. 12-14, Oak Harbor on Whidbey Island, for more information on times and how to get there: 360-675-3535.
  
   "America is Horse Country," through Sept. 14, Spokane Interstate Fair: 1-888-4-OMOLENE, option # 3.
  
   Reptile and Amphibian Fair, Sept. 13 &14, Pacific Science Center: 443-2001.
  
   Order of DeMolay, Bellevue Chapter, 16th Annual Crab Feed and Auction on Oct. 18, 5pm, Bellevue Senior Center, $20, tickets advance purchase only: 425-747-8441.
  
   Farmer's Market at Country Village in Bothell will run through Oct. 10, 10am-2pm: 483-2250.
  
   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
  
   "BEYS - Bellevue Eastside Youth Symphonies," fall auditions by appointment only: 821-9880.
  
   Greenwood Women's Glee Club, accepting new members during the month of Sept.: 367-3410.
  
   Village Theatre's KIDSTAGE theatre arts will hold auditions on Sept. 15 and 16 from 4-8pm at the Francis J. Gaudette Theatre, appointments are being taken started Sept. 8: 392-1942.
  
   Imperials Music & Youth Organization is accepting registration forms for its upcoming season: 228-4506.
  
   Fleetwood Mac, Oct. 11, 8pm, Tacoma Dome, tickets on sale: 627-8497.
  
   "Leaonardo Lives: The Codex Leicester and Leonardo da Vinci's Legacy of Art and Science," Oct. 23-Jan. 4, Seattle Art Museum:654-3100.
  
   "Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat," Ford Centre for the Performing Arts, Sept. 19, $35-$77.50: TicketMaster at 292-ARTS.
  
   Bellevue Opera, holding auditions for "The Sorcerer," Oct. 31-Nov. 9 at the Meydenbauer Theatre: 454-1906.
  
   "Mame," Sept. 25-Oct. 18, Civic Light Opera:363-2809.
  
   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.
  
   MUSIC & DANCE
  
   HEALTH
  
   Does your child seem worse off after being treated with drugs for A.D.D. or A.D.H.D.?: 448-8517 or 1-800-869-2247.
  
   Are you afraid of needles and dental injections? University of Washington Dental Fears Research Clinic are testing the effectiveness of a treatment for needle phobia: 616-3087.
  
   Research at University of Washington Pain Clinical Research Center needs adults suffering from nerve pain conditions such as those caused by shingles, diabetes or a physical injury to study the effectiveness of a pain medication: 548-4476.
  
   Food vendor applications for the Ethnic Food Village at the 27th Annual Northwest Folkife Festival, May 22-25, 1998 in Seattle, are now available. Deadline is Oct. 21: 684-7300.
  
   If you sleep well, are healthy and a non-smoker between 60-85 yrs. old, Sleep and Anabolic Supplementation Study of University of Washington needs volunteers for their study, $200 for participation: 543-2845.
  
   SUPPORT GROUPS
  
   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.