Northwest NEWS

September 2, 2002

Entertainment

'Our Only May Amelia' at SCT

*Seattle Children's Theatre (SCT) will open its 2002-2003 season with the world-premiere production of "Our Only May Amelia," based on the 2000 Newberry Honor Book by Jennifer L. Holm and adapted by John Olive.
  
  

'Godspell' raises the roof at SecondStory Repertory

*The SecondStory Repertory (SSR) presents the Off-Broadway musical hit "Godspell" with music and lyrics by Stephen Schwartz Sept. 6 - Oct. 5.
  
  

11th annual Koi Show at Country Village

*The Washington Koi and Water Garden Society (WK&WGS) will hold its 11th annual Koi Show to be held Sept. 7- 8 at Country Village Shopping Center, 13730 Bothell-Everett Highway in Bothell.
  
  

Chateau Ste. Michelle hosts Festival of the Grape Sept. 8

*Chateau Ste. Michelle Winery will host "Celebration of the Grape," a community festival to mark the start of the harvest season, Sunday, Sept. 8, from 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
  
  

Snow flurries bring relationship worries in ACT's 'Wintertime'

*ACT's mainstage season continues with Charles L. Mee's edgy, romantic comedy, "Wintertime."
  
  

Local artist Robin Deeter is 'The Queen of Western Swing'

*Entertainer Robin Deeter, a Duvall resident, was nominated in three categories of Western Swing music at this year's Academy of Western Artists Will Rogers Awards in Fort Worth
  
  

Pastor plans to 'clown around'

*Jeffrey Spencer, pastor at Tolt Congregational United Church of Christ at 4851 Tolt Avenue in Carnation, says he hopes to spend the afternoon of Sept. 8 "clowning around."