Northwest NEWS

June 14, 1999

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'A River Runs Through It'

Fall City Days is set for June 19

   FALL CITY--1999 marks the 10th anniversary of Fall City Days. This year's Fall City Days, "A River Runs Through It," is scheduled for June 19.

   This is a fun family event, featuring a grand parade with a mile of floats, bands, acrobatics, drill teams, horses, and tractors. All children are invited to join the kiddie parade. Ride your bike or your dog. Registration is prior to the parade. There will be live music on two stages, food booths, and interesting arts and crafts.

   The fun runs and walks have become a popular favorite for local runners. The gentle scenic route is enjoyed by runners and walkers of all ages. This course is now a certified course, with annual runners numbering in the 700s. The Mt. Si WIN is responsible for organizing and manning the races.

   Other attractions include the Firemen Fireball competition, dunk tanks, helicopter rides, a carnival, and pony rides.

Entertainment Schedule for Fall City Days

   The Main Stage in Olive Taylor Quigley Park, on SR-202 from 1-4 p.m. Featured artists: Jeffery Slick and the Guarneri Underground. An excitingly unique blend of New Age/New World music featuring an electric violin and the latest in musical technology with instruments from around the world. This exciting musical experience is "once heard, never forgotten." Presented by the King County Arts Commission.

   The Parade Stage in front of Fall City Cuts on SR-202 from 1-4 p.m. Featured artists: Ashland. For those not familiar with this band, Ashland is known for creating a balance of catchy, melodic songs, with challenging musical arrangements. Some call it progressive, some call it pop, some call it the best thing since Led Zeppelin.