Northwest NEWS

June 12, 2000

Valley Special

Around the Valley

Two graduates left off list

   Our apologies to Cedarcrest graduates Kolby Korshaven and Kolten Kosters, who were inadvertently omitted from the graduation list published last week.

McCormick Park Grand Opening

   The city of Duvall is celebrating the Grand Opening of William F. McCormick Park on Friday, June 16, at 11 a.m. McCormick Park is a community waterfront park along the banks of the Snoqualmie River, named in honor of the late William F. McCormick, a longtime resident. The park was developed by the city of Duvall, with funding assistance from the Washington Wildlife and Recreation Program of the Washington State Interagency Committee for Outdoor Recreation. The public is welcome to attend.

Open mike at Pumps & Grinds

   Pumps & Grinds Coffeehouse, 15614 Main St. NE, Duvall (next to Bank of America), offers live entertainment 7:30-10 p.m. on Saturdays. On June 17, it's open mike, hosted by Cal Donnolley; and June 24, TBA. Call 425-844-2766. On the third Saturday of every month, including June 17, a microphone is set up, refreshments are served, and at 7:30 p.m. everyone is welcomed to the only regular open mike event in the Valley.

Redefining workshops

   Redefining, a journaling and exploration workshop, is an ongoing weekly series held at Boxhill Farm Nursery, 14175 Carnation-Duvall Road, Duvall, on Wednesdays, 7:30-9:30 p.m. Price, $10. Call 425-844-1525.

Children's Services presents 'A Fair To Remember'

   Children's Services of Sno-Valley will present "A Fair To Remember," June 17, from 6:30 to 10 p.m. at Mountain Meadows Farm in North Bend. The event will feature food and beverages, booths and cake-walking, exciting door prizes, and a raffle. A variety of musical entertainment representing world cultures will culminate in good "old-fashioned" square dancing. The benefit event is open to everyone, and admission is $100 per couple. Call CSSV at 425-888-2777. A CSSV spring event has become a tradition in the Snoqualmie Valley, and this year promises to truly be "A Fair to Remember."