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The African Children’s Choir will perform at 6:30 p.m., on Sunday, Oct. 4, at the Sammamish Presbyterian Church.
During the upcoming Salmon Days Festival in Issaquah, Village Theatre is offering a special discount on tickets for their latest hit, Chasing Nicolette, which opened earlier this month.
It could have been any Thursday at Eastside Baby Corner on Maple Street, with parent after parent dropping off toys and clothes their children had grown out of.
The Sammamish Symphony is busy rehearsing for their first concert of the upcoming season, to be held at 2 p.m. on Oct. 18 at Eastlake High School’s performing arts center.
The Issaquah Garden Club will meet from 10 a.m.-1:30 p.m. Sept. 16, at Tibbets Creek Manor, 750 Renton-Issaquah Rd, Issaquah.
In time for the Jewish New Year, a new Torah Scroll will be welcomed by Jewish Community in Issaquah on Sunday, Sept. 13.
Every year, Issaquah-based artist group artEAST puts together a show which seeks to do more than just put pretty things on walls, or display conversation pieces. Their mission is no less than to unearth the true champions of community in our midst — those who contribute regularly and with a commitment that often goes unnoticed by all but a few.
The Sammamish Arts Commission will present an exhibit entitled “The Art of the Sari - A Photo Journey of Indian Artists and Textiles” in the Sammamish City Hall Commons Gallery from Sept. 16-Dec. 4.
Last fall, in honor of their friend Justin Bowlby, a University of Puget Sound student and fraternity member who died of an accidental overdose in 2007, members of the UPS Beta Theta Pi chapter created a team which stepped up to help raise money for the Issaquah Rotary Run's chosen charity.
It’s a fact; the residents of Issaquah enjoy their parks. From the neighborhood pocket parks, to the large tracts of open space scattered through the… Continue reading
As developments in the field of energy efficiency and changes in regulations and policy continue to come about at a federal level, a group has formed in Issaquah with the aim of helping local homeowners understand what all the fuss is about.
A few simple tips can pacify your picky pupil when it comes to lunch. “You cannot force a child to eat something, whether it’s in a packed lunch or something served in the school cafeteria,” said Donna Weihofen, senior clinical nutritionist at University of Wisconsin Hospital and Clinics.
Interested in learning about the bears in your backyard?Join Julie Hopkins, Wildlife Biologist with the Grizzly Bear Outreach Project, and Jason Capelli from the Washington… Continue reading
Thanks to the help of dozens of volunteers, the Sammamish Commons next to City Hall was transformed into a magnificent dining area for “Sammamish Nights.”
Eastside artists will have their work for sale inside Sammamish City Hall on the weekend of October 10 and 11 as part of the 2009 Sammamish Art Fair.
More than 30 cyclists did their part for brain cancer research, taking to local roads for the Chris Elliott Fund Summer Bike Ride on Sunday.
Dear Doctors, What exactly is a naturopath? I have thought about seeing one since my cholesterol is a little high, but I am a meat and potatoes kind of guy. I don’t want to become a vegetarian and I don’t want to give up drinking coffee. Do naturopaths see patients like me? - Joe in Sammamish
On Thursday, Aug. 13, members and visitors to the Vedic Cultural Center in Sammamish took part in the opening of the Festival of India, known as Kumbha Mela.