Northwest NEWS

October 2, 2000

Entertainment

Legendary mime Marcel Marceau brings his magic to the Moore

Open registration for PACE at KokaneeMarcel Marceau, universally acclaimed as the world's greatest mime, comes to The Moore Theatre October 10-15.
  

Musically Speaking series starts Oct. 8

Pacific Rim Art Exposition to showcase talent of North AmericaThe Seattle Symphony invites families and friends to spend Sunday afternoons with the Symphony at Benaroya Hall by offering more than a 60 percent discount on teen and adult concert packages for the Symphony's 2000-2001 Musically Speaking series.
  

Community Calendar

A Harvest Celebration at Country VillageSno-Isle Genealogical Society, Oct. 4, 7:30pm, Martha Lake Community Club: 425-438-0307.
  

Fall is time for family fun and mums from Yoder Brother, Inc

Open registration for PACE at KokaneeFall is the time for planting garden mums and having some family fun outdoors before winter's chill settles in. The two can go hand in hand.
  

Urban League offers free workshop for homeowners

Pacific Rim Art Exposition to showcase talent of North AmericaThe Urban League of Metropolitan Seattle invite homeowners to attend the free workshop, "Realizing Life's Dreams," Oct. 19, from 6-8 p.m.
  

Seattle Pops series opens Oct. 12-15

A Harvest Celebration at Country Village Famed composer and conductor Marvin Hamlisch will lead the Seattle Symphony in hits "From Hollywood to Broadway" in the Seattle Pops series opening performances October 12 through 15 at Benaroya Hall.