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JULY 28, 1997



  NW News Staff
   Snohomish County Fire District #7 - Board of Fire Commissioners, Oct. 8, 8am, Headquaters Station: 360-668-5357.
   The Board of Commissioners of King County Public Hospital District No. 2, 7:30am, Oct. 6, Evergreen Hospital Medical Center: 899-2602.
   Professional Nurses Continuing Education Group, Oct. 6, 7:30pm,
   Evergreen Hospital Medical Center:488-7192.
   Sno-Isle Genealogical Society, 7:30pm, Oct. 1, Martha Lake Communinty Club: 353-0532.
   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.
   King County Young Democrats (KCYD's), Oct. 1, "General Election Endorsements," 7pm, State Democrats' Headquarters: 522-9454.
   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.
   3rd Annual Northwest Regional Parenting Conference, Sept. 30-Oct. 1, Shoreline Conference Center: 296-0296.
   Spiritual Healings, every Wednesday, 7-8pm, CDM Psychic Institute: 782-3617.
   Meditation Healings, every Tuesdays, 6-7pm, CDM Psychic Institute: 782-3617.
   Northshore Senior Center needs volunteers for their "Neighbor to Neighbor" program, to help with low income elderly & disabled persons living in King County: 273-9173.
   Eastside Healthy Start needs volunteers to work with young parents of newborns, must be 21 years of age and commit 2 hours a week, training on Oct. 13: 524-6020 to sign up.
   Hospice volunteers needed at Evergreen Community Hospice, orientation on Oct. 8 from 6-9:30pm: 899-1040.
   "Stress Management for Busy People in the Late 90's," Oct. 16, 7-8:30pm, Fairfax Hospital, free: 821-2000 ext. 304.
   Microsoft Windows 3.1 step-by-step, Oct. 15, 6:30-8:30pm, $30, Sno-Valley Senior Center: 333-4152.
   Remodeled Homes Tour, Oct. 11-12, 10am-5pm, 17 remodeled homes in the Seattle/Bellevue area, $15: 451-7920.
   "Drawing and Printmaking: A Collaborative Process," Oct. 2, 3:30-6pm, 12-17 yrs. old, 8 week class, $110: 822-7161.
   Tina Lear, Oct. 4, 7:30pm and 9:30pm, Studio East in Kirkland, $10: 827-3123.
   Pianist Awadagin Pratt, Oct. 6-7, 7:30pm, Seattle Center Opera House,
   $11-$50: 215-4747 or 292-ARTS.
   Fleetwood Mac, Oct. 11, 8pm, Tacoma Dome, tickets on sale: 627-8497.
   Solo pianist George Winston, "Winter Show," Moore Theatre, Nov. 20, 7:30pm, $21.50 and $19.50: 292-ARTS.
   Benaroya Hall Topping Out, Oct. 1, 2nd and University entrance to Benaroya Hall, 11:30am-12:30pm, free: 215-4782.
   1997 Baroque Festival, Oct. 1, 2, & 5, Kane Hall on the University of Washington Campus, $19-$21 for main floor, $15-$18 balcony: 343-0445.
   Nordice Heritage Museum, Magnus Svensson - Swedish Concert Pianist, Sept. 28, 4pm, $10: 789-5707.
   Eastside Musical Theatre, "Oklahoma!" Cadle Theatre, Oct. 9-11, 16-18, 8pm: 827-7030.
   Mame, through Oct. 18, Tickets are $14, $16, $18, Jane Addams Theatre: 363-2809.
   "Little Shop Horrors," through Nov. 2, Village Theatre: 392-2202 for tickets.
   Hilltoppers Garden Club, Oct. 2, Inglewood Presbyterian Church, 10am, "Growing Perennials": 788-5841.
   City of Shoreline Sponsors Drop-in Basketball for Women, Fridays, 7-9pm $2, Meridian Park School Gym: 546-5041.
   Walktoberfest 1997, Oct. 5, 9am registration, 10am walk, Seattle - Magnuson Park, 3 or 6.5 miles: 1-800-254-WALK.
   "The Silver Ball and Bash," 25th Anniversary for the Pacific Northwest Ballet, $25, $75, $250, $500, Oct. 4: 441-3590.
   1997 Seattle Home & Remodeling Show, Oct. 3; 11am-9pm, Oct. 4; 10am-9pm, Oct. 5; 10am-6pm, Seattle Center Exhibition Hall, adults $6, Children under 12 free: 874-8711.
   "Do the Puyallup" in Scandinavian style, Western Washington Fairgrounds, Oct. 3-5, 10am-5pm: 253-759-8249.
   Meet Hiroki Sugihara, son of "The Japanese Schindler," Oct. 8, 7:30pm, Wing Luke Asian Museum, free: 623-5124.
   University District Food Bank Annual Benefit & Silent Auction, Oct. 1, 6-9pm, Blue Star Cafe, $20 and one can of food: 523-7060.
   "Trolls, Dragons, & Dwarfs," through Nov. 16, Nordic Heritage Museum in Seattle, $3 children, $5 adults: 789-5708.
   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.
   "The Magic of Flight," Oct. 1-31 at the Pacific Science Center: 443-2001.
   "Super Speedway: Racing with the Andrettis," Mon.-Fri. at 2 and 4pm, Sat. & Sun. at 2, 4, & 6:15 pm, Pacific Science Center: 443-2001.
   "Bats: Master of the Night," through Nov. 17 & Dec. 5-Jan. 11, Pacific Science Center: 443-2001.
   Call 443-IMAX for IMAX Shows at the Pacific Science Center.
   The UL/MS is accepting entry forms from artists of color for their participation in its 21st Annual Minority Art Exhibition at the Washington State Convention and Trade Center during Jan.-Mar. of 1998: 461-3792 ext. 3004.
   Libby Hill, "Expressions in Form," Artists reception, Oct. 3, 5-8pm, Gallery 154 - The Fremont Fine Arts Foundry: 632-4880.
   School of Art Faculty Exhibition 1997, Oct. 2-17, University of Washington - Jacob Lawrence Gallery, hours Tues.-Sat. 12-4pm: 685-1805.
   Juan Carlos Castellanos, King County Art Gallery, Oct. 2-31, 8:30am-4:30pm Mon.-Fri., free: 296-7580.
   "Leaonardo Lives: The Codex Leicester and Leonardo da Vinci's Legacy of Art and Science," Oct. 23-Jan. 4, Seattle Art Museum:654-3100.
   Seattle University, Advanced Masters Degree for non-profit executives, '99 applications, accepting through Feb. 1: 296-5440.
   Bellevue Opera, holding auditions for "The Sorcerer," Oct. 31-Nov. 9 at the Meydenbauer Theatre: 454-1906.
   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.
   If you sleep well, are healthy and a non-smoker, between the ages of 60 and 85, the Sleep Anabolic Supplementation Study at the University of Washington needs volunteers to participate in their study, 72 hour stays at no cost, $200 for participation: 543-2845.
   Healthy women on estrogen and men ages 60 to 85 needed for study of the effects of GEREF on sleep, memory and activities of daily living: 543-2845.
   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.
   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.