Northwest NEWS

July 2, 2001

Entertainment

DeYoung Summer Concert series

Free lunchtime concerts return to DeYoung Park at noon on Thursdays. The park is located at 13680 NE 175th St. in downtown Woodinville.
   July 5 - The Coats (a cappella)
   July12 - How's Bayou? (Cajun and Zydeco)
   July 19 - Desafinado (Brazilian)
   July 26 - Stone Circle (Scandinavian/Celtic/Scottish)
   Aug. 2 - Seattle Mime Theater (comedy and mime)
   Aug. 9 - Lora & Sukuta Marimba Music and Dance Ensemble (music of Zimbabwe)
   Aug. 16 - Rockeroos (children's pop rock group)
   Aug. 23 - Silk Road Music (Chinese folk music)
   Aug. 30 - M-PACT (a cappella)
   Free evening concerts will be held on Sundays during the month of August at 6 p.m. at Woodinville City Hall Plaza, 17301 133rd Ave. NE.
   Aug. 5 - Bochinche (Caribbean & South American)
   Aug. 12 - Reilly & Maloney (folk music)
   Aug. 19 - The Sabir Sisters (high energy fiddling)
   Aug. 26 - Units of Mass Production, winners of the 2001 Teen Battle of the Bands (mellow alternative instrumentals)
   Cultural experience workshops are free but do require reservations. Call (425) 398-9327, ext. 2236 to reserve your spot.
   July 26 - Norwegian Dance Workshop
   Aug. 2 - Mime & MOvement Workshop
   Aug. 5 - Bochinche Persussion Workshop
   Aug. 9 - Expressions of Africa
   Aug. 16 - Appalachian Stories by Donald Davis
   Aug. 23 - A Japanese Experience (a two-part workshop)
   These concerts and workshops are presented by Woodinville Parks and Recreation and Dennis and Deborah DeYoung.
   Parking is available at DeYoung Park and City Hall Plaza and the Woodinville Community Center (located near City Hall).
   For general information or weather-related updates, call the Woodinville Community Center at (425) 39 8-9327 or check the city's Web site at www.ci.woodinville.wa.us.