Northwest NEWS

July 26, 1999


More entertainment

More entertainment

Prairie Ceilidh to perform in park series

   WOODINVILLE--The 1999 summer concert series continues with a performance by Prairie Ceilidh, Thursday, July 29, at noon in DeYoung Park in downtown Woodinville. The lunchtime concert is free and open to the public.

   Prairie Ceilidh, a Canadian folk and Celtic band, will entertain with fiddle tunes, Canadian folk songs, Scottish and Irish songs, and a selection of tunes from their CD titled Dry Island. The word "ceilidh" is pronounced "kay'lee" and is Gaelic for "a musical gathering."

   DeYoung Park is located at 13680 NE 175th Street in Woodinville, across from Molbak's. The summer concert series in DeYoung Park continues every Thursday through July and August. The Wilmot Park summer concert series begins Sunday, Aug. 1, at 6 p.m. and continues every Sunday in August. Concert brochures are available at local libraries and at City Hall. Call 425-489-2700 for more information.

'A Tale of Music' by Per Isberg, Aug. 5-8

   A light-hearted musical show entitled A Tale of Music will be performed on Aug. 5, 6, 7, and 8 at 7:30 p.m. at the Kirkland Performance Center. A live orchestra, 20-person choir, and dancers will perform. "We are telling the story our own way," says Per Isberg, who wrote the musical and is a well-known Woodinville dentist and also the owner of Per's Music Place (formerly Koyote's) in the Woodinville Towne Center. Tickets are $14.50, seniors and students are $12.50. Call 425-893-9900.

Pops in the Park to feature Dixieland

   The Bellevue Botanical Garden Society is hosting Pops in the Park, a free Dixieland band concert on Saturday, July 31, from 6 to 9p.m. at the Bellevue Botanical Garden, 12001 Main St. Bring your own picnic. For more information, call (425) 451-3755.