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Enjoying the great outdoors of your backyard doesn’t have to be something that is dictated by the weather, according to Jeff Shierka of Reflections Landscaping.
Village Theatre’s Kidstage is open for enrollments for its Summer camp program, beginning June 15, in Issaquah.
As schools in the Issaquah and Lake Washington school districts struggle to deal with recent budget cuts which have reduced teacher numbers and funding for a number of core programs, the fundraising efforts of Parents Teacher Associations are now seen as being crucial to sustaining quality of education.
Three thousand years ago, in the mountains of China, villagers used a round clay vessel, filled with smoldering coals, to cook their meat and vegetables.
Each year, 22,000 Americans - 1,200 in the Northwest – are diagnosed with a malignant brain tumor. With a life expectancy of only 1-2 years, a brain cancer patient’s best chance for survival lies in receiving the most advanced medical treatments.
Friday, May 1, was the first ArtWalk event for season 2009, and organizers got lucky, with a beautiful evening drawing good crowds to downtown Issaquah.
Interested in learning about bears in your backyard? The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife will host an engaging presentation for the people of Issaquah and Sammamish on co-existing with bears.
Ekello Harrid, Jr., as Joe, is one of the stars of Village Theatre’s “Show Boat,” which is now showing in Issaquah.
A number of students and community members did their part for preserving Timberlake Park, during activities for Sammamish Stewardship Saturday, May 2.
All cat-eyes were on Issaquah last weekend, as the Cat Fanciers Association (CFA) came to town.
In 2009, graduating high school students are exploring ways in which they can involve their personal passions into a financially viable career, and increasingly turning their back on more traditional business degrees.
Stroller Strides, the nation’s largest fitness program for new moms, has arrived in Issaquah.
Issaquah magician Matt Wells has just returned from Las Vegas after completing the Masters Class at McBride’s Magic and Mystery School, operated by Las Vegas magic headliner Jeff McBride and acclaimed close-up magician Eugene Burger.
Red Gate Farm is a special place on the Sammamish Plateau where young campers can build their self-confidence while enjoying the pleasure of riding and developing a friendship with their camp horse.
The Center for Dance in Preston is a community school which encourages cooperation, not competition.
In the past year, the state of Washington lost nearly 100,000 jobs. Across King County people are feeling the economic pinch: layoffs, reduced hours, decreased benefits and mounting bills.
Today's teenagers emerge from high school into a tertiary education and employment market more competitive than ever before.
Instructors at the Fleming School of Music encourage people of all ages and all skill levels to join their musical environment of fun and learning. Their goal is for every student to enjoy the discovery and development of the musician within.
The Sammamish Learning Center has six different camps scheduled for this year. Designed for preschoolers, each action packed day includes circle time, fun activities, snacks, and lots of play in their large outdoor play area.
A Redmond based chiropractor, is offering a year of free chiropractic care for veterans returning from Iraq and Afghanistan.