August 23, 1999
The Magical Strings, along with the Rainey Stepdancers, will appear at the final concert at Woodinville's Wilmot Park.
Photo courtesy of Woodinville Parks & Recreation.
WOODINVILLE--The 1999 Summer Concert Series finishes the season with a performance by Opus 4 String Quartet and Seattle Mime Theatre, Thursday, Aug. 26, at noon in DeYoung Park in downtown Woodinville.
For over twenty years, Opus 4 String Quartet has been delighting Northwest audiences with a unique blend of classical and contemporary sounds. With special guests, Seattle Mime Theatre, this will be a memorable performance.
DeYoung Park is located at 13680 NE 175th Street in Woodinville, directly across from Molbak's.
The Wilmot Park Summer Concert Series concludes with a performance by Magical Strings and the Rainey Stepdancers, Sunday, Aug. 19, at 6 p.m. in Wilmot Gateway Park in Woodinville.
With dancing hammers and pulsating strings, the music of Magical Strings centers around a tightly knit blend of Celtic harps and dulcimers, along with storytelling.
Spend the afternoon in a kayak exploring the wonders and beauty of the Sammamish River before enjoying the evening concert. Single and double kayak rentals are available from 1 to 6 p.m. at the Park.
Wilmot Gateway Park is located at 17301 NE 131st Ave. NE along the Sammamish River in downtown Woodinville. A free shuttle bus from Woodinville Park & Ride is available from 5:30 to 8 p.m. There is no parking at Wilmot Park.
These free concerts are sponsored by Woodinville Parks & Recreation. Concert brochures are available at local libraries and at City Hall. Call 425-489-2700 for more information.