Northwest NEWS

July 15, 2002


Circus Chimera coming to Monre July 24-25

*Circus Chimera, a creation of the imagination, is coming to Monroe Wednesday

Enjoy Music in the Park at Cottage Lake

*Bring a picnic and listen as the West Bourbon Street Chamber Music Society plays Dixieland with some rock and roll Thursday, July 18 to kick off the beginning of the Music in the Park concert series at Cottage Lake.

Puentes Brothers play Cuban dance music

*The Puentes Brothers from Victoria, B.C., will perform earthy, rhythmically sohpisticated Cuban dance music Thursdayx

Author to be honored at reception

*Barnes & Noble will honor author Clara Olink Kelly at a book discussion and reception to be held Tuesday, July 23, at 7 p.m. at the Woodinville store, 18025 Garden Way NE.

King County Fair features country/western theme July 17-21

*The 2002 King County Fair in Enumclaw will open July 17 at noon with the annual Critter Crowning Contest and continue through July 21.

'Blues' jives and wails, spins its tales

*The Obie-winning play, "Lackawanna Blues," just completed a successful run at Intiman Theatre.

Evangel concerts

*Broken Chains, a rock band from Mill Creek will entertain Saturday, July 20, the Evangel Bookstore, 14041 NE Woodinville-Duvall Road. The concert will begin at 6 p.m.

Michael Powers Group in Park

*The Michael Powers Group will entertain at the Belmark Arts Onstage in the Park summer concert Wednesday, July 24, at 6:30 p.m. at McCormick Park on the Snoqualmie River at NE Stephens St. and Main St. in Duvall.

2002 Sandblast Summer Arts Festival set for July 20-21

*The 2002 Sandblast Summer Arts Festival will be held on July 20 & 21 on the banks of the Snoqualmie River in Duvall's McCormick Park.

Woodland Park Zoo summer exhibits, hours and programs

*African Wild Dog, a new exhibit, is now open at Woodland Park Zoo. Don't miss your chance to observe these highly social carnivores, also known as painted dogs, Cape hunting dogs or African hunting dogs, near the lion exhibit in the zoo's award-winning African Savanna.

Local band, Anything But Hip, to perform at Bite of Seattle

*Come support Duvall's own favorite cover band, Anything But Hip, at their big Seattle debut at the Bite of Seattle at Seattle Center on Saturday, July 20, at 4 p.m. on the KZOK stage.