Northwest NEWS

July 22, 2002

Entertainment

Driftwood sculpture on view at library

*Currently on view through the month of July at the Woodinville Library is a driftwood sculpture exhibit by local artists. Fifteen fascinating pieces fashioned from weathered wood make for a stunning and eye-catching display as patrons enter the library.
  
  

Fair issues call for artists

*The 32nd annual Greater Bothell Arts and Crafts Fair is looking for artists to take part in the 2002 Juried Arts Show Aug. 10-11.
  
  

Kickshaw to entertain at park

*Kickshaw, a high energy, cutting edge a cappella group, will perform at DeYoung Park in downtown Woodinville
  
  

Benefit concert at Big Daddy's

*A benefit concert for the Boyer Children's Clinic in Seattle on July 25 at Big Daddy's Bar & Grill, 17626 - 140th Ave NE in Woodinville will feature Gary Lee Bunning and local artists Kimberly Bunning and the Little Big Band.
  
  

Park concert features Magic Bus

*Magic Bus will entertain with music from the psychedelic 60s and 70s
  
  

Wild women sometimes get the blues

*The Seattle Women belt out the blues in Duvall's McCormick Park as part of the Belmark Arts Onstage in the Park summer concert series On July 31 at 6:30 p.m.
  
  

The vaudeville show at Cedarcrest Performing Arts Center

*The vaudeville show at Cedarcrest Performing Arts Center on Saturday evening at 7:30 p.m. is the only ticketed Chautauqua event.