CALENDAR ANNOUNCEMENT DEADLINE IS 12 NOON THURSDAY.
Eastside Genealogical Society, August 12, 7:30pm, Bellevue Library, "Nineteenth Century Medicine," free: 425-888-3947.
Woodinville Chamber Of Commerce Network Breakfast, August 17, 7:30-9am: 425-481-8300.
Brain Injury Association of Washington, August 17, 6:30-8:30pm, social support group aimed at young victims of brain injury: 425-895-0047, ext. 216.
Woodinville Fire District, August 17, 6pm, 19900 144th NE: 425-483-2131.
Woodinville Water District, August 17, 7pm, 17238 W-Duvall Rd.: 425-483-9104, ext. 305.
Sammamish Valley Grange, August 18, 7:30pm, 140th NE at Hollywood: 425-483-3200.
Kiwanis Club of Woodinville, Thursdays, 11:30am-12:30pm, Woodinville Round Table: 425-481-6959.
Northshore Kiwanis, Wednesdays, 7-8am, Alexa's Restaurant on Main St., Bothell: 425-486-4966.
Business Network International Totem Lake Chapter, Brown Bag Restaurant, Wednesdays, 7-8:30am: 481-2980.
Woodinville City Council, Mondays, 7pm, Sorenson: 425-89-2700.
Bothell City Council, Mondays, 7pm, City Hall: 425-486-3256.
Kenmore City Council, Mondays, 7pm, Northshore Utility District Headquarters: 425-398-8900.
Duvall City Council, 2nd and 4th Thursdays, 7pm, City Hall: 425-788-1185.
Carnation City Council, 1st and 3rd Tuesdays, City Hall: 425-333-4192.
The Sammamish Symphony Orchestra announces openings for performers on violin, viola, cello, and string bass: 425-392-3624.
Redwood Theatre of Redmond, auditions for Agatha Christie's "Ten Little Indians," Redmond Senior Center, August 15, 7-10pm, August 16 8-11pm, cold readings: 206-525-3493.
BAZAARS & CRAFT SHOWS
Historic Coupeville Arts & Crafts Festival, August 14-15, Whidbey Island, includes live entertainment, food, kids activities, and an "Artists in Action" center: 360-678-5116.
The Lacemakers of Puget Sound's annual Lace Day, includes demonstrations and vendors selling tools, threads, and books, August 14, 10am-2pm, The Parish Center of the Holy Family Church: 425-885-9188.
Garlic Festival, August 13-15, 10am-8pm, arts and crafts, live music, food, $10/general, $5/seniors: 360-435-8577.
Arboretum Nature Day Camp, M-F, 9:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m., $125: 206-543-8801.
Camp Fire summer camps: Day camps, for grades K-7, 9:30am-3:30pm daily: (206) 461-8550; Camp Sealth for grades 1012: (206) 461-8550; Family camping: (206) 461-8550.
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
Job Search workshop for those Age 55 and over, August 11, Seattle Center House Conference Room B, 9-11:30am: 684-0500.
WSU Cooperative Extension in Snohomish County offers BASICS training on 8 consecutive Wed. at 6:30-9:15pm, August 13-October 6, Education Center in McCollum Park, $100: 425-357-6012.
Northshore Senior Center, Flagger Training: 206-546-4562.
Vacation Bible School at Kenmore Baptist Church, August 16-20, 9:15am-12:15pm daily, free, 5-12 yrs. old: 425-486-7487.
Finn Hill Coop Preschool is now enrolling for fall of 1999, openings for 2 1/2-5 yrs. old: (425) 485-1577.
Redmond Parent Cooperative currently has space available in its late afternoon classes, 2:30-4:50pm, 3-4yr. Olds: 425-861-6480.
August Exhibits for the Pacific Science Center:13th Annual Bubble Festival, August 11-15; CBS This Morning Toy Test, through August 15; Tropical Butterfly House, Insect Village, Brain Games, Whales: Giants of the Deep, Mazes; make tracks to see "Wolves" 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.
The Art of Puppetry, 250 choice puppets from the Alan Cook Collection, through October 14, Everett Center for the Arts, free: 425-257-8380.
Scary Fishes From Deep time, Burke Museum, through Jan. 30, 2000, $5.50/adult, $2.50/students: 206-543-5590.
Woodinville Farmers' Market, every Saturday through October 9-4, NE 175th at Woodinville City Hall.
Woodinville Country Garden Club, August 11, 9:30am-noon: 485-3089.
Pacific Northwest Art Council's Annual Artist Garden Tour, $6-$12, Seattle Art Museum: 206-654-3121.
Earn $130 if you are a man ages 18-69, needed for study sponsored by the University of WA Department of Epidemiology, lasts 14 months, blood drawn for analysis of vitamin levels: 206-616-1569.
An Ounce of Prevention, educational program, 1pm, August 19, Bethany on Broadway: 425-259-5508.
University of WA Alzheimer's Disease Research Center looking for healthy people age 55+ 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.
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.
Gamefest, August 11-12, Marymoor Park (The South Shelter), kids ages 6-12 participate in athletic and artistic events, 10am-2:30pm, raise money for Leukemia: 206-628-0777.
Chain Link Crochet Conference, West Coast Bellevue Hotel, August 19-22, pre-register for classes: 847-776-7941.
All Camaro Show, August 15, 8am-4pm, Bellevue Community College, $15/car and driver, $2/spectator, food donations, benefits Children's Hospital: 253-850-6449.
Live Big Band Dances, Saturday Nights, Seattle Center House, 8-11pm, $5.
27th Annual Oldtimers' Picnic, August 24, 11am-2pm in the picnic area at Woodland Park Zoo, admission to zoo free, parking $3.50: 684-4951.
SPORTS & RECREATION
The Washington Baseball Camps offer summer camps, ages 8-18, Husky Ballpark on UW Campus: 206-517-1553.