JULY 28, 1997
Things For Teens To Do
Chess enthusiasts can drop-in and play at the Woodinville Library, 17105 Avondale Rd. NE. The meeting room will be reserved from 6-9pm. For more info call 788-0733.
Teen Northshore is looking for high school and Hr. high students who are interested in working on a newspaper written for teens by teens. Anyone who enjoys writing, drawing, taking pictures and more is encouraged to attend this meeting. Woodinville Library, 17105 Avondale Rd, 5pm. For more info call Tiffany at 844-9104.
Bands Mary Lou Lord, Kaia, The Third Sex and Jen Wood will perform at the Velvet Elvis, 107 Occidental, Seattle. Show starts at 8pm and costs $5. For more info call 624-8477.
Pottery hand-building techniques. Learn how to make cups, planters and more. Marymoor Park Art Barn in Redmond. Class is on Thursdays through December 11th from 6:30-9:30pm. There is a fee of $158 which includes all materials. For more info call 556-2300.
The New Jim Rose Circus will perform at the Moore Theater, 1932 2nd Ave, Seattle. Show starts at 8pm and costs $15. For tickets call 628-0888.
Teen Northshore dance for teens. There will be a live DJ, great food espresso and more. At the Bothell Landing from 9pm-12am, $2 cover charge. For more info call 344-6417.
Earth Service corps plans community projects, environmental education, retreats and students leadership through this high school based YMCA club. There will be a tree planting event this day. For more information on how to get involved call the Northshore YMCA at 485-9797.
Community forums on Student Athlete Drug Testing. Students are welcome to participate in the exploration o f the pros and cons of implementing a mandatory and random drug testing program for Northshore's high school athletes. If you are a student, you will want to participate in this important discussion. Bothell high School Gym, 18125 92nd Avenue NE, 7-10pm.