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he classic Grimm Brothers fairy tales have been done onstage more times than Cinderella had to scrub her wicked stepmother’s kitchen floor. But Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine’s musical “Into the Woods,” playing at Issaquah’s Village Theatre through Oct. 22, takes those tales that we all grew up with and adds a dark spin, so that suddenly, the stories don’t quite follow the path that we might predict. In one big witch’s cauldron of musical theatre, the plot mixes bits from what seems like nearly every fairy tale. From “Rapunzel” to “Jack in the Beanstalk” to “Little Red Riding Hood,” the characters’ journeys intertwine through their common need of traveling through the dangerous woods — a theme in many fairy tales — to accomplish their goals. In a village at the edge of a wood, a baker and his wife wish for a baby, but are unable to have one due to a curse placed on them by Rapunzel’s witch. The witch promises to lift the curse if they can get her four specific ingredients for a magic potion from the woods. ‘WOODS’ CONTINUED ON PG 10

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VIEW | SZ GALLERY: MIGRATIONS

SZ Gallery invites the public to view the exhibit, “Migrations,” by artist Juiana Kang Robinson. The Migrations exhibit will run through Oct. 31, with First Friday Art Walk open house on Oct. 1, sponsored by the Mercer Island Chamber of Commerce. “Migrations” is a reflection on the concepts of motion and movement that take place all around us. Inspired by the arc of flight of a swarm of birds, and the fluid movement of a

school of fish, Juliana Kang Robinson’s artwork captures the transfixing and peaceful movements found within nature. For more information, visit www.suzannezahr.com. WHEN: Oct. 1 WHERE: SZ Gallery, 2441 76th Ave. Ste. 160, Mercer Island

LISTEN | SAMMAMISH SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA

Requiem Æternam: A choral spectacular featuring two Requiem settings, plus a viola concerto with guest soloist Aloysia Friedmann. Featuring Cantaré Vocal Ensemble and The Liberty Singers. For more information, visit sammamishsymphony.org. WHEN: Oct. 14

WHERE: Benaroya Hall

TASTE | SIZZLEWORKS COOKING CLASSES

Sizzleworks Cooking School is proud to announce a six-week series of culinary classes titled Real Foods for Life. This series was designed specifically to teach students dealing with cardiac, diabetes and obesity, as well as other chronic diseases, how to plan, prepare and enjoy meals that are healthy and delicious while conforming to national dietary standards. For more information, visit www.thesizzleworks.com. WHEN: Begins Oct. 23 WHERE: 14111 NE 24th St., Bellevue


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Cinderella needs to travel through the same woods to sneak off to the prince’s ball. Little Red Riding Hood sets off through the woods to bring food to her grandmother. And poor, unintelligent Jack in the Beanstalk traverses the woods to sell his cow at market because she won’t give milk. All of the characters meet and influence each other’s stories in both subtle and more direct ways. They run into their hurdles — Cinderella loses her shoe and must hide her midnight travels from her stepmother and stepsisters, Little Red Riding Hood must rescue her grandmother from the belly of a wolf, Jack sells off his cow for a few seemingly worthless “magic” beans, and the baker and his wife struggle to find (and keep hold of) the four ingredients. Meanwhile, Rapunzel, living in a tower in the middle of the woods, meets a mysterious prince who visits her tower by night. An audience member — especially a fan of Disney films — cannot help but be swept up in the intricate twists and turns of the complex plot over the course of Act I, sitting on the edge of their seat as they hope that their favorite character gets the happy ending they deserve. The heartfelt, emotion-filled acting, especially from the baker (Trey Ellett), his wife (Christine Marie Brown) and Cinderella (Allison Standley) creates well-rounded characters that elicit our sympathy and draw us into the woods along with them. The plot may be fantastical, but the characters and their desires — to have a child, escape poverty, if only for a day, care for a relative and keep a friend nearby — are so believable and relatable that of course we root for them. By the time intermission hits, you feel like you’ve been on such a roller coaster of storytelling and songs that it’s a surprise only one act has

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gone by; many people sitting near me assumed that the show was a one-act and it was over. Indeed, the plot lines for each character wrap up very nicely at the end of the first act and the characters all finish at the edge of the stage with a slam-bang musical number. Recommendation: anyone bringing young children to the show — or really, anyone who is a fan of happy endings — should leave at intermission and go home with a smile on their face. Act II is where the show veers off into the wacky, bizarre and depressing section of the woods. This is not a critique of Village’s performance by any means, but of Sondheim’s and Lapine’s script. The actors performed their parts with feeling and gave some of their most moving musical performances of the evening in this act. Unfortunately, the characters’ “happily ever afters” take a nosedive. An all-new villain terrorizes them, while the villain of Act I is suddenly their ally, causing the story to feel like a quickly-written sequel capitalizing off of Part I’s box office success. A bloodbath takes place before our eyes, as one by one, the characters we came to love in Act I are killed off. The only element of the tale that is at all Disney-like at this point is that everyone who is a mother dies. Still, in Village’s production, Act II’s disappointments are eclipsed by the overall high quality of performance and production. This includes not only the actors but also the set and costumes, which blend together nicely to create an entertaining scene all of their own. The stage is made up of spindly, eerie trees with ladders for trunks and paper for leaves. In the center sits a revolving turntable, designed with rocks and varying levels to convey the forest floor Scenic designer Matthew Smucker (whose previous Village credits

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The witch (Mari Nelson), right, has cursed the baker (Trey Ellett), middle, and his wife (Christine Marie Brown), left, so that they are unable to have children. All three actors are Broadway veterans.

include “Cabaret,” “Jesus Christ Superstar,” “The Foreigner” and “Shadowlands”) said that while the set could be thought of as minimalistic, going without the multiple backdrops and fly-ins of other shows, it was “actually a pretty complex set in some ways for the theatre to realise.” Having a set of “climbable surfaces that would allow the actors to access the verticality of the space in exciting ways,” he said, provides the opportunity for the actors to “be able to climb up in more real ways that other kinds of trees wouldn’t allow.” The notion of using pieces of paper as leaves for the trees came from the folkloric “wish trees” of Eastern Asia and Great Britain. At a wish tree, people write down their wishes or leave other offerings in the hopes that their desires will be fulfilled. “The idea of the wishing tree grew into idea of these wishes as the foliage,” Smucker said. “The idea of wishes comes so directly out of the script. ‘I wish’ are the first and the last words of the show. It’s the idea that these wishes, these desires of the characters, are what the world is made out of.” In the second act, as the wishes of the characters begin to fall apart, Smucker explained that the stage becomes littered with the foliage of the trees, evoking a sense of winter to Act I’s summer. We Wehelp help people people age age Costume designer Melanie Burwho has worked with Village where where they’re they’re most most gess, every year for nearly two decades comfortable. comfortable. AtAt home. home. (most recently in “A Proper Place” Since Since 1996, 1996, we’ve we’ve helped helped thousands thousands of of in March), previously collaborated people people receive receive thethe personal personal carecare and and with Smucker in “Jesus Christ Sucompanionship companionship theythey need need to stay to stay in in perstar” and was glad to have the their their own own homes. homes. SeeSee if we’re if we’re the right the right chance to create a show together choice choice forfor you.you. again. These kinds of collaborations are wonderful, she said, because the Seattle/Snohomish Seattle/SnohomishCounty: County:206.545.1092 206.545.1092 entire creative team works together Bellevue/Eastside: Bellevue/Eastside:425.455.2004 425.455.2004 to hear suggestions from everyone, Tacoma/Pierce Tacoma/PierceCounty: County:253.761.8019 253.761.8019 no matter their specialty. “When it can happen like that, www.familyresourcehomecare.com www.familyresourcehomecare.com AAWashington WashingtonState StateLicensed Licensed Home Home Care Care Agency Agency

when you can trust the group of people you’re sitting around talking about the show with, that’s incredible and very, very exciting,” she said. The costumes all convey the idea of fairy tales and days of yore, but without sticking to a specific era. This sense of ambiguity adds to the magical, unreal feel of the show. Some of the costumes match the set — the witch’s moss-colored dress and branched headdress make her look like one of the trees, and Cinderella’s golden ball gown goes well with the hanging paper lanterns (another object of old folklore). “In early stages of design, once I saw some of the images Matt was looking at, I knew that I wanted the costumes to be very layered,” Burgess said. She added that “up-cycling’ — when a “you go to Goodwill, buy a sweater, tear it apart and put it back together in a different way” — played a large role in many of the characters’ costumes. “Several of the stories required that aesthetic,” she said, pointing to poorer characters with patched clothing, such as Cinderella, the baker and his wife, and Jack and his mother. For Little Red Riding Hood’s cape, Burgess “took six different sweaters and took them all apart” to get “that patchwork feeling.” Burgess said that this costume is her favorite of the entire show. “The dress itself is very reminiscent of dresses I used to make for my daughters in the ‘90s,” she said. “Into the Woods” plays Wednesdays through Sundays and select Tuesdays through Oct. 22 at the Francis J. Gaudette Theatre, located at 303 Front St. N. in Issaquah, before moving to Everett from Oct. 27 through Nov. 19. For tickets, call the box office at 425-392-2202 or visit www.villagetheatre.org/issaquah/into-the-woods. php.


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Kirkland Art Center’s Cirque du Surreal celebrates the imagination this October by Raechel Dawson

Artist Salvador Dali’s melting clocks, a ring master at a circus and flapper girls from the 1920s. Cirque du Surreal is coming to town. The Kirkland Arts Center will celebrate its annual ARTbeat benefit gala at the Westin Bellevue on Oct. 28. The theme of the night? A combination of surrealism and 1920s-era circus life. Development and events coordinator Amanda Reeves described the theme as a “strange, fun, dreamscape.” The major fundraiser for the center is known for its lively entertainment, dancing and costumes. Joshua Crouch with Spectrum Dance and his student ensemble,

called The Academy, will perform, as they have crafted choreography specifically for the gala. Throughout the night, there will be a silent auction with a golden ticket raffle, as well as a live auction. Art from more than 30 local artists, as well as fine wine, dining, travel opportunities and other activities will be available for auction. David Silverman will be the auctioneer and Ron Hippe will be the emcee. Some local Eastside artists include: Pam Beer (Issaquah) - Painting Larry Calkins (Issaquah) - Mixed Media Beverly Ash Gilbert (Kirkland) - Painting and Textiles Donna Porter (Kirkland) - Ceramics and Painting Carole Weaks (Sam-

mamish) - Jewelry Michael Dickter (Kirkland) - Painting “This year, we’re featuring one of the artists who is part of our community,” Reeves said. “Donna Porter has been part of the Kirkland Arts Center for a long time.” Reeves said Porter will share the history and legacy of the Kirkland Arts Center, as it has been around since 1962 and is celebrating 55 years in operation. Last year, the benefit raised more than $190,000 for the center. This year, Reeves said the goal is to reach that amount or top it and raise $200,000. The gala will include a three-course meal and complimentary wine and cocktails. Reeves said they’re

currently pulling together style tips and inspiration for guests but said women can’t go wrong with 1920s flapper dresses, masks, hair pieces or head scarves for a fortune teller vibe. Men should follow Salvador Dali’s trademark mustache, dress as flapper gentlemen, or possibly a circus ring master, if they’re feeling adventurous. Reeves said a catalog of items available for auction will be online during the week of Oct. 9 and the RSVP deadline is targeted for Oct.

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Cirque du Surreal will be held on Oct. 28 at the Westin Bellevue.

16. They hope to sell about 250-275 tickets. VIP tickets, which include prime seating, will give patrons access to a champagne reception where they’ll be able to preview items in

the silent auction as well as give them early bidding privileges. For more information on the gala or ticket prices, visit www.kirklandartscenter.org/events/artbeat.

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Bellevue Fashion Week generates $93,000 for Special Olympics, LifeSpring by Scene Staff

The Bellevue Collection and the Kemper Freeman family raised more than $93,000 for Special Olympics Washington and Bellevue LifeSpring during its 12th annual Fashion Week at The Bellevue Collection. All of the ticket sales from two sold-out runway events, Posh Party and The Collective, went directly to these non-profit beneficiaries. Posh Party Trend Show, held Friday, Sept. 22, generated $38,100 for Bellevue LifeSpring, and The Collective, held on Saturday, Sept. 23, raised $55,000 in ticket sales for Special Olympics Washington. Special guest of Bellevue LifeSpring was Monica Hart, lifestyle expert, who revved up the crowd and reinforced the good work of the organization, which is one of the longest-running nonprofits in Bellevue. Jennifer Fischer, executive director of Bellevue Lifespring, announced to the audience the grand total raised through ticket sales and contributions by the Kemper Freeman Family for the organization. “We have more than 250 homeless children in our community,” she said. “The money from this event will help serve the 3,700 children in poverty in our area and demonstrates that the people of this community are truly good neighbors.”

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Bellevue Fashion Week was held Sept. 20-24. The Collective Runway Show was the last major runway show of the week, which was held on Saturday. Proceeds from tickets to this show were donated to Special Olympics.

Representing Special Olympics Washington was Kirby Winfield, incoming board chairman. He took the stage with his daughter Kate, who has Downs Syndrome, to share her story and thank the audience for purchasing tickets to the event. He then announced that the money will go to help 200 athletes compete in the national event next year, which will be held in Seattle in July 2018.

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Welcome to the 2017 Issaquah Salmon Days Festival!

❍ Event Staff ........................... 5 ❍ Issaquah Chamber .............. 7 ❍ Shuttle & Event Maps ... 16-17 ❍ Recology CleanScapes ..... 28 ❍ Volunteers .......................... 22 ❍ Food Vendors .................... 21 ❍ Salmon Days Questions .... 30 ❍ Salmon Hatchery ............... 26 ❍ Booths ............................... 20

For months, staff members at the Greater Issaquah Chamber of Commerce, volunteers, city employees, police and fire staff have been tirelessly working, planning and creating what we think will be the best Salmon Days yet. There’s a lot that goes into planning a festival of this size. There are a lot of moving pieces that all need to come together in a short amount of time for a city the size of ours to be able to safely accommodate the crowds and provide the level of cleanliness, security, quality of goods and most importantly fun. We’ve worked hard to keep the things you love about Salmon Days and introduce some new things to keep the festival fresh. Make sure you check out the new Farmer’s Market which is located past the Greenbelt Gallery on your way to the Community Center Stage and Beer Garden. We’ve moved some things around, and have some fun surprises for you. So grab your friends and family and Spawn Your Own Adventure at this year’s Issaquah Salmon Days Festival.

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Shuttle to the Festival The Salmon Days Shuttle and Overlake Medical Clinics have returned to offer a convenient transportation option to and from the festival from three parking locations. Catch the shuttle from the Issaquah Park & Ride Transit Center, the Issaquah Highlands Park & Ride or the new location at the Costco Corporate Headquarters. Our shuttles depart every 10 to 15 minutes to whisk you to one of two drop-off locations for the festival – Front Street North and Northeast Dogwood Street. The shuttle costs $4 and is payable on the return trip only. Children 10 and younger ride free. The Issaquah Highlands Park & Ride shuttle will drop-off and pick-up festival attendees at the Community Center this year, giving convenience access to the south end of the festival. The Issaquah Highlands Park & Ride is between PROUD MEDIA PARTNER

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Northeast High Street and Northeast Park Drive. Take exit 18 off I90 and follow Highlands Drive north until a parking structure appears on your left. The entrance will be on the left side of the one-way street. The pick-up point for passengers will be in front of Issaquah Highlands Self Storage, 910 NE High St. For the Costco corporate parking lot shuttle, from I90 take exit 15 and go north on East Lake Sammamish Parkway. Turn onto Lake Drive, take a left at the four-way stop and continue to the lot on the left. The Costco corporate parking lot is near the store, and the shuttle is on Lake Drive. The Issaquah Park & Ride Transit Center is on the corner of State Route 900 and Newport Way. It is easy to find by heading south off exit 15 and finding it on the left after the third set of lights. All pick-up locations will deliver attendees near

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the corner of Front Street North and Northeast Dogwood Street. When heading back via shuttle, make sure you return to the same shuttle stop where you were dropped off to ensure you are taken to the correct parking location. The shuttles start running at 9am and end at 7pm both Saturday and Sunday. Please Note; If you plan to attend the carnival, make sure you are at the shuttle stop no later than 7pm as the carnival runs later than the shuttles. No dogs on shuttles, service animals only.

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What Does the Chamber Do Besides Salmon Days? Our mission here at the Greater Issaquah Chamber of Commerce and Visitor Information Center is to advance and promote business by providing a forum to address critical issues, and to unite and support our membership and community through programs, events and services.

We do this by: • Creating a Strong Local Economy • Promoting our Community

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PLUS we host the ever popular Salmon Days Festival the first weekend in October. It is an honor bringing Salmon Days to the community each year. We have been creating this event for 48 years and we look forward to many more. On behalf of the entire staff, the Board of Directors, the Salmon Days Committee and our entire community; we hope you enjoy Salmon Days. We also host a myriad of other community events, so we invite you to follow us on one of our social media sites such as: Facebook, Twitter, Linkedin, and Instagram.Linkedin and Instagram.

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Celebrating 48 Years! • In 1970, the Issaquah Chamber of Commerce presented the first Salmon Days Festival. • The event grew out of the desire to replace the once popular Labor Day celebration, as well as a need to celebrate one of Issaquah’s greatest treasures – the annual return of the salmon.

director was hired and large ohfishal spawnsors came onboard in the ‘80s. • In 1990, the festival introduced the Salmon Days Limited Edition Print, a signed and numbered run of 450 prints featuring original artwork. The festival retired the collection at the end of 2003 and the majority of the past prints have sold out.

• In the beginning, festival attractions included the Kiwanis Salmon BBQ, salmon hatchery displays, an art show, children’s parade led by the late J.P. Patches, Little League football games at Veterans’ Memorial Field, fire crew competitions and more.

Today, Salmon Days is still presented by the Greater Issaquah Chamber of Commerce with the goal of providing a community celebration focused on honoring the miraculous return of the salmon. The Kiwanis are still barbecuing salmon, almost two tons each year.

• In 1980, the Salmon Days Festival and Grande Parade underwent two major changes that have been credited with altering the course of the festival: Salmon Days became a Seafair-sanctioned event and a festival float was created again.

The Grande Parade features more than 100 entries annually. Veterans’ Memorial Field is transformed into the Field of Fun and hosts free games and activities for families to enjoy. What began as an art show has manifested itself into a marketplace of more than 270 on-site artists selling their handcrafted pieces to an audience of more than 180,000. Come join us and make your own festival tradition.

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Chris Eger Band Rock, Funk, Classic Rock chrisegerband.com

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Rainy City Riff Raff Big Band, Swing, Classic Rock rainycityriffraff.com

Edward Paul Trio Classic and mellow rock www.edwardpaultrio.com

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The Doors Re keyed Doors Tribute

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12:30pm – 1:30pm

Doubleshot Blues, Funk and RnB. www.doubleshotwa.com

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Dog Box Classic, alternative & new rock www.facebook.com/BandDogBox

1:30pm – 2:30pm

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3:00pm – 4:00pm

Oncore Dance and Party www.oncoremusic.com

White The music of Yes featuring Alan White www.facebook.com/whitemusic

4:30pm – 6:00pm

Spike and the Impailers Classic Rock www.facebook.com/spikeandtheimpailers

11:00am – 12:00pm

Doug Deems Band Original Rock and more

11:00am – 12:00pm

12:30pm – 1:30pm

Rhythm Players High Energy Rock www.rhythmplayers.com

12:30pm – 1:30pm

2:00pm – 3:00pm

Winne C Blue & the Troublefakers Independent Original Rock www.facebook.com/troublefakershq

3:30pm – 4:30pm

SUPA Ukulele Classics www.seattleukulele.org

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11:00am – 11:50am

Stage Manager/Emcee: David Harris Stage Manage: Chris Langlois

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2:00pm – 3:00pm

Steve Lawlor and Trapper Folk

3:30pm – 4:30pm

The Tints Americana

4:45pm – 5:45pm

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Our Volunteers Salmon Days would not be possible without volunteers to help organize and operate the event. Be on the lookout for their bright colored shirts and say thank you for their service. Or just ask them your questions.

Salmon Days Committee

2017 Salmon Days Festival Committee:

The Salmon Days Festival Committee is a core group of volunteers who head the various activities related to the festival. This group meets monthly beginning in June and assists the Festivals Office with preparation and production.

Food Vendor Manager Alan Finkelstein

Board Liasion Nathan Bosseler

Grande Parade Tom Hill

Eastside Fire & Rescue Craig Hooper

Headquarters Rob Gilde

Entertainment David Harris

Info Booths Mike Winkler

Festival Chair Alan Finkelstein

Issaquah Police Dept. Liasion Ryan Smith

Parking Bill Frisinger David Law Retail Kathy McCorry Volunteers Grania Buckley Martin Buckley XStream Team David Bahm Mike Raab

Red Gate Farm is also a full service training facility.

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DUE TO POPULAR DEMAND WE’VE ADDED SESSIONS! 1949075

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We offer everything from Lessons to “A” circuit horse shows and have horses and ponies available for lease.

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VILLAGE THEATRE 2017-2018

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The “Other” 363 Days in Issaquah Every year, Salmon Days brings an estimated 180,000 people to enjoy our city for two days each October. While it is true that Salmon Days puts us on the map each fall, it’s what happens the rest of the year that makes Issaquah such a great place to visit. There’s something to do for everyone. That probably sounds cliché but come back after Salmon Days and let us prove it to you. Looking for something to do as a family? The Cougar Mt. Zoo sits elevated on Cougar Mt. providing unobstructed views of Lake

Sammamish. Get up close and personal with cougars and tigers and much more. Issaquah boasts dozens of great parks featuring playgrounds, picnic shelters, walking trails and BBQ pits. The brand new IMAX Regal Movie Theater in the Issaquah Highlands is completely state of the art and the best movie going experience around. For those of you who aren’t stuck at home with a baby and want a night out, Issaquah has several great options for wine tasting, live music, comedy, outdoor concerts and restaurants to meet every budget and palate. Art enthusiasts can just take a stroll down Front Street and visit all of the boutique stores featuring works from local artists.

caught the hiking bug? Lake Each August, you can enjoy the Sammamish is a great place to Issaquah Art Walk on Friday fish, waterski and swim. nights on Front Street. The Village Issaquah is proud of its Theater produces award winning shopping collection. Gilman plays in a spectacular venue. Village is a wonderful assortment They’re gearing up for “DISNEY’S of boutique stores offering NEWSIES” coming in November. everything from antiques to Reality TV making you feel clothing and everything in dumber? Educate yourself with between. We also have the things a trip to the Issaquah History you would only expect in a much Museum, Train Depot or library. larger town. Costco, Best Buy, All have great information and BOX aOFFICE (425) 392-2202 I VILLAGETHEATRE.ORG Home Depot, Lowes, Fred Meyer, great way to kill a few hours with Target, Trader Joes, QFC and two or without the kids. Safeways are all within our city We’re seeing a rebirth in the limits. hiking craze. As soon as we get So put us to the test, head on trail maps printed at the Visitor over with or without plans and see Information Center, they’re off what there is to do in Issaquah the the shelves and into the hands of other 363 days of the year. eager people wanting to explore our three mountains, Squak, (continued on next page) Cougar and Tiger. Still haven’t

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• Tibbetts Valley Park • Timberlake Park • Veterans’ Memorial Field • Walen Hill Park

★ Top 10 Things to See:

★ Places of Interest Include: Village Theatre Gilman Village Julius Boehm Pool Gilman Village Antiques Salmon Hatchery Historical Museums Boehm’s Chocolates and Candy Triple XXX Root Beer Drive-In Downtown Issaquah The Highlands Lake Sammamish Parasailing on Poo-Poo Point Fox Hollow Farm ArtEast Tiger Mountain Trails Mountain Biking Trails Sculpture Walking Tour Edible Trails Walking Trail Issaquah Parks: • Meerwood • Mine Hill • Skate Park • Squak Valley Park

1.) Village Theatre 2.) Cougar Mountain Zoo 3.) Boehm’s Candies 4.) Issaquah Salmon Days 5.) Hiking the Issaquah Alps 6.) Triple XXX Root Beer Drive-In 7.) Lake Sammamish State Park 8.) Gilman Village 9.) Issaquah Salmon Hatchery 10.) Concerts on the Green

• Wine Walk (May-June) – Wine connoisseurs will enjoy the opportunity to sip a variety of wines and mingle with fellow wine lovers the first Friday of every month from February through June in downtown Issaquah. • Issaquah Farmers Market (May -Sept.) – There will be an abundance of food and craft vendors, organic vegetables, fresh cut flowers, children’s activities and much more every Saturday from May through September, at the historic Pickering Barn, 1730 10th Ave. NW. • Art Walk (Spring & Summer) – Front Street will turn into an open-air gallery the first Friday of every month from May through September as vendors and musicians line the street. • Fenders on Front Street (Father’s Day, June 17) – Vintage cars from all over the state will be parked along Front Street on Father’s Day. There will also be live music and family activities.

★ Calendar of Events • Issaquah Winter Brews Fest (February) – Enjoy live music, beer, cider and wine tasting while meandering through the shops at Historic Gilman Village. www. beatthewinterbrews.com

• Down Home 4th of July – The festive day kicks-off with a parade followed by gunnysack and three-legged races, bounce houses, pony rides, and other fun-filled activities at the Veterans’ Memorial Park. Children can also step back in time at the Issaquah Depot Museum where they can churn butter, dress up in old fashioned clothing, and

even use a railroad pushcart. • Issaquah Summer Brews Fest (late July)– Enjoy live music, beer, cider, and wine tasting while meandering through the shops at Historic Gilman Village. Visit Villagetheatre.org/issaquah • Highlands Day (12-4 p.m., Aug.) – Enjoy an afternoon of arts and crafts, food trucks, and kid-friendly fun! at the Kiwanis Gibson Hall. • Issaquah Reindeer Festival (Winter, Dec. 1-23) at Cougar Mountain Zoo – Children will have the opportunity to take pictures with Santa, feed his reindeer and other animal friends, sit in Santa’s sleigh, plus many more funfilled Christmas activities.

Besides fabulous shopping and dining all over Issaquah. Many of the amenities offer tours, and/or unique one of a kind experiences. The Greater Issaquah Chamber of Commerce and Visitor Center is here to assist you in exploring our city. Contact us any time at: 425-3927024 or info@issaquahchamber.com . You can also learn much more about where to stay, play or dine by visiting our website: www.discoverissaquah.com

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Issaquah Salmon Hatchery & FISH The Issaquah Salmon Hatchery was completed in 1937 as a Works Progress Administration (WPA) project, Franklin Delano Roosevelt’s “New Deal” to get American’s back to work after the Great Depression. Issaquah Creek was barren after decades of logging and coal mining in the watershed, so there were no native fish to compete with. Mitigation of adverse impacts of development in general is a primary goal of hatcheries in Washington State as well as being used to restore native salmon runs, such as the Lake Sammamish Kokanee. A diversion dam and primitive fish ladder were installed ¼ mile above the hatchery to provide the gravityfed water that runs the Issaquah hatchery. Eggs from Chinook native to the Green River were brought in, as well as Sockeye fry from the Green and Baker Rivers. The Sockeye did not thrive, and were later replaced by Coho generally from the Green

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River, which have done very well here. Occasional Sockeye find their way up the Issaquah Creek, and although Steelhead used to be spotted, they haven’t been seen now for years. In 1992, the hatchery was threatened with closure due to state budget cuts. The aging facility was inefficient and had high maintenance costs and water quality challenges. In response, the citizens of Issaquah organized an effort to restore funding and maintain the hatchery. The effort convinced the state Legislature to keep the hatchery open and to rebuild it as an education facility. Friends of the Issaquah Salmon Hatchery (FISH) was formed as a not-for-profit organization in December 1993 to support the hatchery. Issaquah is the most visited hatchery in Washington State and currently is being used as a model for education programs at other hatcheries.

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NEW at the Issaquah Salmon Hatchery in 2017 Besides the colorful Chinook and Coho that return annually in the fall to the Issaquah Salmon Hatchery, added to the site and sights is 76 square feet of stained glass mosaic salmon visible throughout the year! A community art project almost a year in the

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fish, creating a stream bursting with bubbles and baubles. Over 600 hours were invested in the 19’ by 4’ mosaic art installation. Project management, glass cutting and mosaic teachings were provided by local mosaic artist, Cheryl Smith, of Cheryl Smith Mosaics in Sammamish, WA. Funding support was provided by the Issaquah Arts Commission and several business donated materials, making this project possible. The next time you are at the hatchery, be sure to visit the new vibrant mosaic art located near the fish ladder, across from the viewing windows any time of year.

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Salmon Days is a celebration of fish, friends, and fun. Each year, the City of Issaquah’s Office of Sustainability, Recology CleanScapes, and the Salmon Days office partner to make this festival a sustainable success. Recology CleanScapes is a proud supporter of this o-fishal event, paying tribute to a clean and healthy environment in our waterways and neighborhoods. We are honored to serve the community on this special weekend. Keep an eye out for friendly Recology event staff throughout the festival to help keep our waste streams as clean as the Issaquah Creek by sorting everything into its proper bin. To minimize the need for single-use items, plan ahead and bring your reusable bags and water bottles. You don’t want to look like a fish out of water! When you’re fin-ished at the event, adventure upstream to The Recology Store in Gilman Village to submerge yourself in the world of waste reduction. Bring your kids to explore our unique selection of gifts made from recycled and recyclable materials.

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The Issaquah Rotary Run “Run with the Fishes”, is back with their 5K and Kids Dash for charity. The 5K begins at 9am on Sunday, Oct. 8th and the Kids’ Dash at 10:30am. Whether you want to run(timing chips will be provided) or walk, bring your friends, family and the kids for a really fun event that benefits local charities supported by the Issaquah Rotary Foundation, a 501(c) 3 organization. Registering is easy! Register online at issaquahrun.com, by mail at Issaquah Rotary Foundation, PO Box 553 Issaquah WA 98027. Registration is $35 if you sign up before the race, same day sign-ups are $40. Everyone who registers in advance will receive a commemorative “Run with the Fishes” T-Shirt. The racecourse is flat and winds through the beautiful town of Issaquah. Miles are clearly marked and water stations are available along the course. Unofficial results will be posted near the finish line. Official results will be posted on the event and Rotary websites, as well as Facebook, for those who want to share with their friends. All attendees are invited to post-event celebration with more fun and prizes. On Race Day, join us at 7:30am near the old Sports Authority at 1185 NW Gilman Blvd at the

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Bring Your Salmon Days Questions to the Experts Information Booths:

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Want to know what exciting things are happening at Salmon Days? Then be sure to stop by one of the information booths conveniently located at the corner of Front Street north and Northwest Dogwood Street, Front Street South and East Sunset Way and on the west end of the Field of Fun at Veterans Memorial Field. Many of our helpful information booth volunteers donate their time and Issaquah expertise year round at the Visitor Information Center. Our wonderful volunteers have a wealth of knowledge, not only about the festival, but also about the community at large.

There are three first aid stations, all operated by Eastside Fire & Rescue, to make medical attention easy and accessible. Stations are at: • The festival’s north entrance near the intersection of Front Street North and Northeast Dogwood Street. • The festival’s west entrance on West Sunset Way near Newport Way. • The festival’s east entrance at the fire station on East Sunset Way.

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Salmon Days is a great place for fish, friends, family and kids. Thank you for leaving your pets at home! We love fur, fins and feathers, but our bustling environment is not pet friendly nor is it fun for your beloved pets. Thank you, on behalf of the city of Issaquah, the Greater Issaquah Chamber of Commerce and the Salmon Days Festival.

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