Kiwanis Club of Woodinville, Thursdays, 11:30am-12:30pm, Woodinville Round Table: 481-6959.
Northshore Kiwanis, Wednesdays, 7-8am, Alexa's Restaurant on Main St., Bothell: 486-4966.
Business Network International Totem Lake Chapter, Brown Bag Restaurant, Wednesdays, 7-8:30am: 481-2980.
Woodinville City Council, Mondays, 7pm, Sorenson: 489-2700.
Aikido, small group in Kenmore meets Sun. 6:30-8pm, Tues. and Thurs. 7-8:30pm, $40 month: 425-806-0703.
Bothell City Council, Mondays, 7pm, City Hall: 486-3256.
Kenmore City Council, Mondays, 7pm, Northshore Utility District Headquarters: 398-8900.
Duvall City Council, 2nd and 4th Thursdays, 7pm, City Hall: 788-1185.
Carnation City Council, 1st and 3rd Tuesdays, City Hall: 333-4192.
Sno-Isle Genealogical Society's family history writing group, every Thursday, 1-3pm, Martha Lake Community Club: 425-438-0307.
A Salute to American's Armed Forces, first annual event at the Museum of Flight, May 31, 10am-5pm: 206-768-7100.
Camp Fire summer camps: Day camps, for grades K-7, 9:30am-3:30pm daily: (206) 461-8550; Camp Sealth for grades 1-12: (206) 461-8550; Family camping: (206) 461-8550.
Kids on the Block Summer Kamp, July 12-15, 10am-2pm, Marysville Middle School: 425-258-3594.
Kids can enjoy activities at the Burke Museum centered around (Mon.) archaeology, (Tues.) dinosaurs, (Wed.) scary fishes, (Thurs.) animal tracks, and (Fri.) nature kits, sign them up for a week of workshops that cover a topic a day: ages 6-14, hours 10am-12:30pm, $80 whole week, $20/day: 206-543-5591.
Girl Scout summer camps: (206) 633-5600 or (800) 767-6845.
CLASSES, SEMINARS, WORKSHOPS
Northwest Healing Artist Stella Benson: Introduction to Healing Music workshop, includes what is healing music, which instruments work best, discussion on applications, and physical and emotional responses to music, May 27, 7-9pm, $25, Stonehouse Bookstore: 425-883-7825.
Children's Hopital offers a class on how to help your child relax, 7-9pm, May 26, Center for Urban Horticulture, $5: 206-527-5706, ext.2.
League of Women Voters of Lake Washington East, May 27, 5:30-9pm, St. Thomas Episcopal Church, make reservations by May 25, $15: 425-643-7210.
Durable Power of Attorney, 9:30-11am, Northshore Senior Center, May 26: 425-747-7274.
Estate Planning for the Early Retired, May 26, 1:30-2:30pm or May 27, 5:30-6:30pm, City Center Bellevue Building, 2nd Floor Conference Room A: 425-462-2665.
Washington Native Plant Society will offer natural history workshops focusing on northwest habitats, June 12 and 13, or June 19 and 20: 206-783-6710.
A Different Battle, Stories of Asian Pacific American Veterans, the Wing Luke Asian Museum, opening reception May 20m 5:30-7:30pm, May 21, 1999-April 9, 2000: 206-623-5124.
Taking Fingers: Contemporary Weaving from the Northern Northwest Coast, thru April 23, 2000, Seattle Art Museum: 206-654-3158.
2nd Annual Juried Printmaking Exhibition, Kirkland Arts Center thru June 5, Mon.-Fri. 11am-6pm, Sat. 11am-2pm: 425-822-7161.
Make Tracks to see Wolves, opening June 1 at Pacific Science center IMAX, along with Into the Deep and EVEREST: 206-443-IMAX for IMAX Shows; 206-443-2850 for Laser Shows, and 206-443-2001 for general information at the Pacific Science Center.
For information on Laser Shows at the Pacific Science Center call 206-443-2850, now playing thru June: Sentimental Journey and Laser Motown.
The 20th Annual Exhibition of student work thru May 28, College Gallery at Shoreline Community College; (206) 546-4101, ext. 4433.
The 2nd Annual Juried Printmaking Exhibition, thru June 5, Kirkland Arts Center: (425) 889-2963.
Urban Demonstration Garden now open, Lake Hills on SE 16th St., Bellevue: (425) 485-5942.
King County Master Foundation Gardener Free Workshop, May 29, 10:30am, Poisonous plants in your yard: 425-485-5942.
Pacific Northwest Art Council's Annual Artist Garden Tour, $6-$12, Seattle Art Museum: 206-654-3121.
Works by Italian Artist Carlo Maria Mariani at the Frye Art Museum thru June 27, free: (206) 622-9250.
Free yourself from physical-mental habits that limit personal growth, performance, generate pain, or cause injuries, May 26-June 30, 8:15-9:30, $95: 425-820-0399.
Earn $130 if you are a man ages 18-69, needed for a vitamin study sponsored by the University of Washington Department of Epidemiology, lasts 14 months, blood drawn for analysis of vitamin levels: 206-616-1569.
University of Washington Alzheimer's Disease Research Center looking for healthy people age 55 or over with early memory loss to participate in drug studies: 206-764-2069.
Franklin High School, Class of '79, 20-year reunion, September 10-12: 206-722-7525.
Lincoln High School, Class of '54, 45-year reunion, June 19: 425-771-9087.
Woodinville High School, Class of '89, 10-year reunion, July 31, Embassy Suites, Bellevue: 425-644-1044.
Inglemoor High School, Class of '89, 10-year reunion, August 7, Hilton Hotel, Seattle: 425-644-1044.
Inglemoor High School, Class of '79, 20-year reunion, August 21, Embassy Suites, Bellevue: 425-644-1044.
Bothell High School, Class of '89, September 25, Bellevue Hilton: 425-644-1044.
Factoria Mall Sports Card and Beanie Baby Supershow, May 29,30, free admission, store hours: 425-641-8282.
Live Big Band Dances, Saturday Nights, Seattle Center House, 8-11pm, $5.
28th Annual Pike Place Market Street Festival, May 30-31, 10am-6:30pm: 206-587-0351.
University District Farmers Market ripe for the Picking, open 9am-2pm every Saturday between May 29 and November 6, University Heights Center: 206-633-0124.
SPORTS & RECREATION
Walk 'n' Roll-athon, June 5, Eastlake High School athletic track on the Sammamish Plateau: 425-828-1436.
Brain Injury Association of Washington announces the formation of a twice-monthly social support group aimed at young victims of brain injury, 6:30-8:30pm, 1st and 3rd Tuesday of each month: 425-895-0047, ext. 216.
Will Rogers Follies, A Life in Review, May 27, 28, 29, 7:30pm, $9/general admission, $8/seniors and students, $7/children, Shoreline Community College Little Theatre: 206-524-4606.
The Driftwood Players present "The Mystery of Edwin Drood," May 28-June 27, Thurs./Fri./Sat. 8pm, Sun 2pm, The Wade James Theatre: 425-774-9600.
The Greater Marysville Artists Guild is seeking local artists, craftspersons, performing artists, and children's entertainment for The Marysville Sights and Bites Festival, July 17 and 18, at Comfort Park: 360-658-0982.
Shoreline Arts Festival looking for artists, writers, crafters, and volunteers for the 9th annual event, June 26, 27, 1999: 542-1989 for an application, deadlines, or additional information.
We need you to volunteer at Equifriends Therapeutic Equestrian Program located in south Snohomish County, orientation times: June 2, 6-9pm, June 12, 1-4pm, June 15, 6-9pmm, June 29, 6-9pm: 425-337-1137.
Senior Citizens and adults with disabilities are in need of your assistance to remain independent in their own home, volunteer a couple of hours to drive, clean, or help with yardwork, Volunteer Chore Services: 206-324-5247.
Children's Hospital and Regional Medical Center needs your volunteer support in a fundraising event, "Dresses for Humanity, an Exhibition of Dresses of Diana, Princess of Wales," thru July 5, Pacific Place, various positions, training May 20-23: 206-528-2777.
Attention Future Business Leaders, become a volunteer at Northshore Chamber of Commerce: 425-486-1245.
Help contact new and existing donors, volunteers needed 9-11:30a.m. each weekday, 425-462-4392.
Blood Center needs volunteers to register donors and to monitor donors when they're giving blood, 1-800-266-4033.
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).
Finn Hill Coop Preschool is now enrolling for fall of 1999, openings for 2-5 yrs. old: (425) 485-1577.
Al-Anon/Alateen, support groups for families and friends of alcoholics: 625-0000.