October 5, 1998
CALENDAR ANNOUNCEMENT DEADLINE IS 12 NOON THURSDAY.
- General Mtg. of 1st Legislative District Democrats, 2nd Monday, 7:30p.m., Ricketts Bldg., 821-2015.
- Northshore School Board, 2nd Tuesday, 3:30p.m., 18315 Bothell Way NE, 489-6000.
- Woodinville Lions Club, 2nd Tuesday, 7p.m.; Friday Pinochle, 2nd Friday, 1p.m., 483-2693.
- Woodinville Country Garden Club, 2nd Wednesday, 9:30p.m.-noon, 485-3089, 823-8416.
- Woodinville Chamber of Commerce, 2nd Tuesday, 11:30a.m., 481-8300.
- King County Public Hospital District, Oct. 12th, 6p.m., Study Session at Evergreen Medical Hospital, 425-899-2602.
- Eastside Interfaith Social Concerns Council, Oct. 13, 12-2p.m., at First Presbyterian Church, 425-747-5924.
- Cascade Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution, Bellevue Hotel, Oct. 14, 6p.m., 425-454-1643.
- The Snohomish County Republican Women's Club, Oct. 8, Everett Elks Lodge, 11a.m., 425-252-3504.
- Eastside Genealogical Society Meeting, Oct. 8, 7:30p.m., Bellevue Library, 746-8412.
- Redmond Chapter of LeTip International, every Wed., 7-8:30am, Fresh Choice Restaurant: 788-5671.
- Kiwanis Club of Woodinville, every Thurs., 11:30am-12:30pm, Woodinville Round Table: 481-6959.
- 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.
- The 1998-1999 Seattle Symphony Chorale auditions, Oct. 13-15, 6:30-9p.m. at Cornish College, 206-215-4734.
- Northwest Boychoir Auditions, Oct.10, 8-11 years of age, by appointment, 206-524-3234.
BAZAARS & CRAFT SHOWS
- Holiday Bazaar, Oct. 10, 9a.m.-5p.m., Inglemoor High School Cafeteria, 425-488-2432.
- Holiday Gift and Craft Fair, Oct. 9 10a.m.-8p.m., Oct. 10 10a.m.-4p.m., Bastyr University, 425-488-0874.
- Harvestfest, Faith Lutheran Church, Oct. 10, 10:30a.m.-4p.m., $6.50/adults, $3/children, for lunch, 425-620-8190.
CLASSES, SEMINARS, & WORKSHOPS
- Dealing with Difficult People, Oct. 12, 6:30-8:30p.m., $20, Mentor Health Northwest, 425-889-7129.
- Creative Impressions, Oct. 8 1-8p.m., Oct. 9 10a.m.-8p.m., Oct. 10 10a.m.-4p.m., Robinswood House estate, 425-392-2922.
- 'Are you financially prepared or financially at risk?', Oct. 8, 5:30-7p.m City Center Bellevue Building, free, 425-462-8100.
- Seminar based on book Boundaries, Oct. 17, 10a.m.-4:30p.m., Northshore Christian Church, 1-800-676-HOPE.
- Costa Rica, Where are How to go for the best natural history, Today's Traveler, free, 7:30, 425-883-8400.
- Swing Dancing, every Wed., 6:30-7:30p.m. Swing, 7:30-10p.m. Dancing, $5 donation, Seattle Center House, 206-684-7200.
- Washington State University Cooperative Extension King County is offering a free workshop on Forest Health designed for owners of small forest lands, Oct.10, 9 a.m.-4p.m., registration required, 206-205-6380.
- The National Archives will be offering novice genealogy workshops on the following schedule: Beginning Census Research Nov. 3, Using Immigration and Naturalization Records Nov. 10, Searching Military Records Nov. 17, Land and Other Little Known Records at the National Archives Nov. 24, free parking, contribution of $5 suggested, reservation required, 206-526-6501.
- Learn about Sumi, a Japanese ink painting, taught by Rita Speiser, $12 per session, Wed. mornings 9:30a.m.-12:00pm, Wed. afternoons 1:00-3:30p.m., registration required, 425-454-8355.
- Free Job Search Workshops for 55 years +, Oct. 14, and Dec. 9, 9am-12:30pm, Seattle Center House Conference Room B: 206-684-0500.
- Nickelodeon's Rugrats-A Live Adventure, Key Arena Oct. 29-Nov.1, tickets on sale now, $25-$15, 206-628-0888.
- Everett Symphony Orchestra, Oct. 9, 8p.m., Tickets $9-$23, Everett Civic Auditorium, 425-257-8382.
- African Dance Class, every other Wed., 7-8:30pm, Cherry Valley Community Club, $10 per session: 844-2461.
- Bellevue Art Museum presents Visionary Voices: Self-Taught Artists and the Millenium, runs Aug.29-Nov.1, 425-454-3322, ext. 108.
- Pacific Science Center events: Stories and Such, Oct. 20, 11a.m.-1p.m.; Haunted Halloween, Oct. 24 and Nov. 1; Haunted Halloween Camp-In, Oct.30-31, designed for ages 5-13 and their parents; more info: 206-443-2925.
- Call 443-IMAX for IMAX Shows at the Pacific Science Center.
- For information on Laser Shows at the Pacific Science Center call 206-443-2850.
- Park Lane Gallery, featuring paitings by Karen Schneider, through Oct. 31, reception Oct. 8, 6-8p.m., 425-882-3206.
- Howard/Mandville, Cheir Christensen, Sueellen Ross, Sandy Scott, Oct. 8, 6p.m.-9p.m., 425-889-8212.
- Sugar, Painting and Pinatas, 11th Floor of Smith Tower, Oct. 1-30, 206-296-8674.
- The Mercer Island Gallery presents 'It's a Whimisical World', Sept. 9-Oct. 29, from 5:30-7:30 p.m., 236-3545.
- Snow Goose Gallery opening in the fall with 'Generations', runs through Oct. 10, 523-6223.
- 'Roster and Son', opens at Patricia Cameron Fine Art, Sept. 3-Oct. 31, 206-343-9647.
- Directed and Self-Directed Day Garden Retreats, thru Oct., registration required, $40-$65, 206-980-8099.
- Free Depression Screenings, Oct. 8, Edmonds, Everett, Monroe, and Silverlake, 425-261-4565; Mentor Health Northwest, 1-7p.m., 1-800-573-4433.
- Do you sleep well and want to learn about your body and mind?, 60-85 yrs. old, University. of Washington, 206-543-2845.
- Do you have Heart Disease and are 35-75 you may be eligible to take part in a 5-year study to compare two doses of medication to prevent recurrent heart disease; Would you like to try one year of free hormone replacement?, If you are 45-75 and postmenopausal woman, University of Washington, for both call 206-731-6786.
- Free Gentle Yoga Series for Cancer Patients, Oct. 14, 21, from 12-1:30p.m., 206-654-4169.
- Do you or your child have asthma? People age 6-65 are needed for a study at the University of Washington Department of Pharmacy, thru Oct. 15, paid for participating, 1-800-571-9507.
- Listening Mothers, 6 week group which explores emotional needs, concerns, joys of motherhood, meetings during day, 206-521-8093.
- The Pumpkin Prince Of Mukilteo (Tim Sadley), Oct. 8-9, 10a.m.-4p.m., Everett Center for Arts, 425-257-8380.
- Market Street Music Grand Opening Celebration, Oct. 9, 6:30-8p.m., crafts, musical fun, refreshments, 425-828-9841.
- The Northwest Chamber Orchestra, Vivaldi in the Park, Seattle Asain Art Museum, Oct. 11, 2:30p.m., $12.50, 17 and under free, 206-343-0445.
- Vintage Clothing and Textile Sale, Seattle Center Pavilion, Oct. 10 10a.m.-6p.m., Oct. 11 11a.m.-5p.m., $5, 509-375-5273.
- Ladies Musical Club, Oct. 12, 12:10p.m., Lee Auditorium of the Seattle Public Library, free, concert, 425-641-1457.
- Potters Sale, Oct.15-17, 9-7a.m, Happy Valley Grange, 425-868-3989.
- Fall Bridal Spectacular, Oct. 10, 10a.m.-6p.m., Bkfst. 9a.m.-11a.m., general ad. $10, bkfst. $25, 425-865-9709, Washington State Convention and Trade Center.
- Interior Designer Showcase, Wildcliffe, Oct. 11-Nov. 8, $4/Admission, 425-450-9999, benefits Leukemia Society of America.
- Poetry Contest, deadline Oct. 15, $20,000. in prizes awarded, send one poem to www.poetryguild.com, no more than 20 lines, 212-819-1036.
- Bathing the Blind, Kirkland Performance Center, Oct. 9, 7:30, $10/general ad., $5/seniors and students, 425-893-9900.
- Fairytales of the Brothers Grimeyy, N.W. Puppet Center, Oct. 2-25, 206-523-2579.
Book Sale, Kamiakin Junior High School, Oct. 10, 9a.m.-6p.m., 206-684-6605.
- Frank Bell, Horsewhispering Workshop, Oct. 9-11, noon-4p.m., $20/spectators per day, Mt. Vernon, 425-788-1154.St.
- 'Carnival', Sept. 24-Nov. 1, Francis J. Gaudette Theatre, 425-392-2202.Hyatt Regency Bellevue, $500/table of 10, $50/person, East King County Convention and Visitors Bureau.
- 28th Annual Washington Draft Horse and Mule Show, Oct. 1-4, Evergreen State Fair Grounds, 360-676-6736.
- Live Big Band Dance, Saturday nights, 8-11 p.m., Seattle Center House, $5, $4/students or groups of 10, $3.50/ groups of 20, $1 at 10p.m. Ballroom dance classes 7 p.m., $2, 684-0765.
- 'Tiger in Crisis', at Woodland Park Zoo, learn from this national traveling exhibit about the plight of the tigers through life-size cut-outs, stories, photos, and hands-on activities, thru Nov. 13, 206-684-4838.
- Woodinville families needed to host students ages 15-18 from Brazil, Germany, Poland, Japan, and Hungary, Academic Year in America (AYA) sponsered by American Institute for Foreign Study Foundation, 1-800-322-4678 ext. 6078.
- Woodinville Classic Cruisers, Go Cruizin' every Saturday night, 6:30pm, McCorry's, bring classic, antique or Hot Rods, show off your pride and joy: 425-488-0140.
- University District Farmers Market, open Saturdays through Oct. 31, 9am-2pm, on 50th and University Way N.E.: 206-547-4417.
- Snohomish Saturday Market, Oct. 3, 10a.m.-4p.m., Snohomish High School, 360-568-4746.
SPORTS & RECREATION
- Sky Valley Fall Mens Basketball League now accepting teams for the upcoming season, Games begin Oct.11, 360-794-0655.
- Youth Volleyball, looking for boys and girls 15-21, who are accomplished players, to tour with 1999 Goodwill Ambassadors World Tours, registration deadline: Jan. 1, 425-251-6675.
- Redmond Vertical World Indoor Rock Climbing Gym offering classes every Wed. from 6-8 p.m., and Sat. 10a.m.-12p.m., $40, kids classes Wed. 4-5:30p.m., $70 non-members and includes 4 classes, 881-8826.
- Stepparent Support Group, 4th Monday of each month, beginning in Nov., 6:30-8p.m., 425-486-7181 to join..
- Eastside Mothers' Club, first Thurs. of every month, 9:30am, Kirkland Congregational Church: 425-823-6964.
- Individual counseling for women with a certified mental health therapist, $25-$60, 206-980-8099.
- 'New Patagonia', Oct. 8, 7:30p.m., $13, Seattle Reperotory Theatre, 443-2222.
- The Edmonds Driftwood Players present: 'Hay Fever', a classic comedy, runs Sept. 11 - Oct. 11, Thurs., Fri., and Sat. at 8 p.m., Sun. at 2 p.m., $13/general admission, $11/jrs and srs, 425-774-9600.
- SeniorServices Senior Rights Assistance looking for volunteers to help seniors to connect with services, 206-448-5720.
- Blood Center needs volunteers to register donors and to monitor donors when they're giving blood, 1-800-266-4033.
- Bellevue's Encore Playhouse looking for volunteers, 18 open intern positions, 206-781-5751.
- The American Cancer Society needs volunteers to help plan 199 Daffodil Days, 425-869-5588, ext. 123.
- Volunteer to help seniors and disabled people in Snohomish County, Volunteer Chores Service: 425-257-2111.
- Washington Park Arboretum seeks volunteers for fall school program, training session Oct. 9, 543-8801.
- Evergreen Community Health Care seeks volunteers for Community Advisors Program, must live in Evergreen District, applications through Oct. 15, 425-899-2022.
- Join the volunteer team at Children's Response Center, offers training on child traumatization Oct. 10, 8 a.m.- 12:30 p.m., 425-688-5130.
- The Long-Term Care Ombudsman Program seeks volunteers to visit and respond to concerns of residents in nursing homes, assisted living facilities and adult family homes in King County. Free training, choose own hours, 206-694-6775.
- Senior Services is searching for volunteers to help with legal, consumer and health care information, 206-727-6216 or 1-800-972-9990 ext. 216.
- Family Services offers Children Grieve Too, for ages 5-18 who have lost a close relative through death, 425-226-1253.
- 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.
- Sportservice, official caterer of Key Arena holding job fair for 150 job openings, positions include Vendor, Runner, and more, Oct.12, 12-7p.m, Gate 4 on Thomas Street, 206-448-6790.