October 26, 1998
CALENDAR ANNOUNCEMENT DEADLINE IS 12 NOON THURSDAY.
- FEMALE, 1st Wednesday, 7:30-9:30p.m., at Northshore UCC, 425-844-2641.
- Sammamish Valley Grange, 1st Wednesday, 7:30p.m.; Woodinville/Redmond Welcome Wagon, 1st Wed., 10a.m., 140th NE at Hollywood, 483-3200.
- Sno-Isle Genealogical Society, 7:30p.m., Nov. 4, Martha Lake Community Club, 425-438-0307.
- Woodinville Water District, Nov. 3, 7p.m., Topic: sources of revenue & public hearing on the district's benefit charge, 17238 W-Duvall Rd., 483-9104 ext. 305.
- Community Council for Cottage Lake Park, 1st Wed., 7p.m., 17238 W-Duvall Rd., 788-3635.
- Woodinville Fire District, 1st Tues., 6p.m., 19900 144th NE, 483-2131.
- Professional Nurses Continuing Education Group, Nov. 2, 7:30p.m., Evergreen Hospital Medical Center, 425-488-7192.
- Moms and Moppets, 1st Tues., 9-11:30a.m., Eastside Four Square Church, $4, 425-488-2500.
- 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.
- Eastside Women's Forum, Network Breakfast, Oct. 28, $20, discuss the pros and cons of Initiative 200, Bellevue Club, 425-822-2359
CLASSES, SEMINARS, & WORKSHOPS
- Dr. Jessica Jahiel, will be conducting a clinic in Maple Valley, Oct. 30, 12:30-9p.m., prices vary, 425-432-6116.
- Learn how to sing the Messiah, $59 for 4 sessions, Nov. 2, 9, 16, 23, through Seattle Sings Messiah, 206-622-7278.
- Sacred Pampering Principles: Putting Self-care First, Nov. 4, 7-9p.m., $15, 425-640-1309.
- Anger Management Group for adult men and women, $20-$50 for 8 sessions, Saturday Mornings, 9:30-10:30a.m., 19502 61st NE, Kenmore, 425-486-4966.
- 'Investing in a Volatile Market', Nov. 4, 7-8p.m., free, Borders Books, Redmond Town Center, 425-462-8100.
- 'Current Trends in Real Estate 1998', 2 day class, Oct. 28-29, Lake Washington Technical College, 206-689-0656.
- Swing Dancing, every Wed., 6:30-7:30p.m. Swing, 7:30-10p.m. Dancing, $5 donation, Seattle Center House, 206-684-7200.
- 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.
- Free Job Search Workshops for 55 years +,Dec. 9, 9am-12:30pm, Seattle Center House Conference Room B: 206-684-0500.
- Revisioning Christianity at the Millennium: Moving from Dogma to Dramatic Faith, Oct. 30, 7-9p.m., Oct. 31, 9a.m.-2:30p.m., Bethel of Shoreline Lutheran Church, 206-362-4334.
- Nickelodeon's Rugrats-A Live Adventure, Key Arena Oct. 29-Nov.1, tickets on sale now, $25-$15, 206-628-0888.
- Ladies Musical Club, Seattle Art Museum, Nov. 5, free, noon, 425-641-1457.
- Northwest Chamber Orchestra, Benroya's Illsley Ball Nordstrom Recital Hall, Oct. 31, 8p.m., Nov. 1, 2:30p.m., $19-$22, 206-343-0445.
- Seattle Repertory Jazz Orchestra, Nov. 1, 7:30p.m., $16-$18, Kirkland Performance Center, 425-893-9900.
- Pacific Science Center events: Haunted Halloween, Nov. 1; Haunted Halloween Camp-In, Oct.30-31, designed for ages 5-13 and their parents; more info: 206-443-2925.
- Pacific Science Center November Exhibit: Aliens: Worlds of Possibilities, ends Nov. 11, November Events: The Wolf: Real or Imagined, Nov. 8; Stories and Such, Nov. 10 and 24; 25th Annual Model Train Railroad Show, Nov. 27-29, call 206-443-2001.
- 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 paintings by Karen Schneider, through Oct. 31, reception Oct. 8, 6-8p.m., 425-882-3206.
- Seattle Art Museum's Second Annual Masquerade Ball, Oct. 31, $40/general public, 8p.m., 206-654-3166.
- Halloween Mystery, Historic Downtown Issaquah, Oct. 31, noon-5p.m., win $200, 425-391-1112.
- Halloween Celebration at Issaquah Public Market, Pickering Hay Barn, Oct. 31, 9a.m.-3p.m.
- Classic Hits KJR Provides Safe Environment for Halloween Fun at Halloween Party, Oct. 31, 4-7p.m., 1815 N. 45th St., 206-382-7070.
- Scooby-Doo Mall-O-Ween, Alderwood, Oct. 27-Nov. 1, Oct. 31 trick or treat at the mall, 6p.m.-till supplies last, 425-771-1121.
- Free screenings for children and adults suspected of having learning disabilities, Hope Clinic, Oct. 31, Nov. 6, Nov. 14, vision, neurological, counseling, educational issues, 425-462-7800.
- Do you sleep well and want to learn about your body and mind?, 60-85 yrs. old, University. of Washington, 206-543-2845.
- Dream Playhouses, Bellevue Square, open house, children can walk through houses, Oct. 10-Nov. 15, Fridays 5-8p.m., Sat. 10a.m.-noon., enter to win for $2.00.
- 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.
- Career Expo 98', Nov. 4, 2:30-5:30p.m., Seattle University's Connolly Center, free, 206-296-6080.
- Pilchuck Glass School 20th Annual Auction, Oct. 30, 5:30p.m., Westin Hotel, 206-621-8422.
- Six local authors at 3rd Annual Book Fair, Inglewood Presbyterian Church, Nov. 1, 10:15a.m.-12:15p.m., 823-9334.
- '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 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.
SPORTS & RECREATION
- 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.
- Girl Scouts looking for adult volunteers to help todays girls face issues in our world, 800-767-6845.
- Long Term Care Ombudsman seeks volunteers, help protect for rights of elders, free training sessions Oct. 29, 30, Nov. 2, 4, 425-388-7393, 206-694-6775.
- Help contact new and existing donors, volunteers needed 9-11:30a.m. each weekday, 425-462-4392.
- Senior Services 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 1999 Daffodil Days, 425-869-5588, ext. 123.
- Volunteer to help seniors and disabled people in Snohomish County, Volunteer Chores Service: 425-257-2111.
- 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.