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SOlidi 0010-! S31flO00l:lV MORE SPORTS VOLLEYBALL OPEN GYM A co-rec activity for fun and exercise Date: Mondays, April 11-June 13 5/30) Time: 7-9:15 p.m. (exclude HIKE THE ISSAQUAH ALPS Explore the "lssaquah Alps" -- Cougar, Squak and Tiger Mountains -- the tall and wild peaks that rise from the shores of Lake Washington lie partly within the cities of Renton and Bellevue and surround the City of Issaquah. Place: Ages: Fee: Clark Elementary Multi-purpose Room 17 and older $1.00 per person per night BEGINNING BOWLING FOR JUNIORS Learn the basic fundamentals of bowling with plenty of practice time and video taping. Date: Time: Place: Ages- Fee: Instructor: These hikes are jointly sponsored by the Issaquah Parks Dept. and the Issaquah Alps Trails Club. Ages: Fee: Equipment: • Signup: Open for entire family. We do ask that folks under 13 be accompanied by an older person. Free For all-day trips, day pack with lunch and beverage recommended. None. Just show up at the rendezvous point at the scheduled time. Check Issa- quah Press Alps Guide Section. Fridays, May 6-27 4-5:00 p.m. Liberty Lanes of Issaquah Boys and girls 9-18 years old $12.50 for 4 weeks (includes ball, shoe rental and video taping) Paul Hagglund A complete list of hikes from April through June with full details and time of rendezvous, name and phone number of trip leader, etc., is available for viewing only at the Issa- quah Library, 392-5430, or at the Issaquah Parks Office. Handout fists are not available. For further specific information call Larry Vinter, 746-5775 or Jen Mica•, 747-1457. ISSAQUAH SOCCER CLUB OPEN REGISTRATION FALL 1983 SEASON WHAT: This is open registration for the Seattle area's No. 1 organized recreational sport for kids. Under FIFA jurisdiction, I. players compete in up to 11 scheduled "'.,,,- .  games with other eastside teams in ,,. l/l |  Issaquah, Bellevue and Mercer Island. In I r  "  addition, optional programs are available " I1  " such as weekend exchanges with ,    ,\\; [ / Vancouver, B.C. teams, post-season ", ' ' d=,/z, / tournaments and special player clinics. WHO. )  / / ' I Boys and girls between the ages of 7 (by .I,- r-, [ /" \\;  December 31 1983) and 18. t" "/ - k k Please note: This is open registration. If k [ [   o player was on an Issaquah team last W i ) } " \\; year and plans to re-join that team, !  i [  \\; please disregard this registration i  'J I  period. A separate registration will be !   ). done in April for last year's teams jp '. "__C_'  through their coaches. flOW: For your convenience, registration can be handled by mail with the coupon below. Just fill out the information, attach payment and we II handle the rest. If you prefer to register in person final registration will be held at Issaquah Valley Elementary School on Saturday, May 21 from 10 am to 3 pm OR on Wednesday, May 25 from 6 pm to 9 pm. HOW MUCH: First child per family: $25.00 Each additional child per family: $20.00 Please make checks payable to: Issaquah Soccer Club Please fill out the coupon(s) below, attach payment and mail to: Issoquoh Soccer Club P.O. Box 501 Issaquoh, WA 98027 mnl I  il I m mnm mIlU d I SEX: BIRTHDATE: I I PLAYER: _ I I I ADDRESS:__ PHONE:• I I NEAREST ELEMENTA RY SCHOOL TO RESIDENCE: I I : If you have any questions or need additional registration forms, please call 392414. n I I I I ! I SEX: BIRTHDATE:_ I | PLAYER: I I PHONE:_ I I ADDRESS:_ I I I I NEAREST ELEMENTARY SCHOOLTO RESIDENCE: I I I I : If you hove any questions or need additional registration forms, please call 392-O414. I One of the splendid meadows of the Issaquah Alps. [ SHAPEUP J at Bellevue's all new / a[ 1, atoll • / AEROBIC J Cditi0dmj Center J Get in Shape, lose weight and feel your best J with our Aerobic Conditioning Classes held 7 days J a week (hourly)-on the half hour J GIL4RD 0PENING SPECIAL / ONE FULLYEAR'S "II | CLASSES... only IIII lllly, I $0100 l ="1i I TOTAL COST • Unlimited Visits J Vi(J0.) • No appointments... . / "rprdirmatw Just dron in j oF • Showers& Private B i I Dressing Rooms j in BELLEVUE j location only LII!N UO!),EJadooD U! 'luauJlJEdac] uo!:IEaJ3al  SJ d qenb -essl aqj_ iv! u!o[ .... noA al! I aldoad Jo s! uop,aJ3a8 SPECIAL EVENTS NOI_I_VIAIIlO-INI ISSAQUAH SKi NIGHT The 11th Annual Issaquah Ski Night is scheduled for Thurs- day, March 17 at Ski Acres. This annual event is sponsored by the Issaquah Parks & Recreation Dept. Special coupons for a reduction on the price of ski tickets is available in the Issaquah Press and at the Parks & Recreation Office in City Hall. With this coupon all lift tickets will cost only $5.50. The reduced ticket may be used the day of March 17 only and between the hours of 1:30 p.m. and 10:30 p.m. The itinerary for the evening is as follows: 1:30-8:00 p.m. -- you're on your own to ski to your heart's content; 8:15-9:00 p.m. -- Ski races and 9:15-9:45 p.m. -- drawing for prizes donated by Issaquah area merchants. Join us for a fun- filled evening! PUBLIC CELEBRAT C NS The Public Celebrations Commission will be working on the following special events throughout the year. SPRING FLING -- Saturday, May 7, 1-6 p.m. Events in- clude performing arts, fun & games for the entire family. DOWN HOME 4TH OF JULY -- Events include games, kiddies parade, music, barbeque, chili cook-off, and many Family games and kites are high flying fun at the Spring Fling. l q IiI1==11111==:::===1=11 I!1 • • • • """ "i!111 IiIiIiIiIiIiIiIIIiIiI1=1 iIiI i" i | OustomShoes | ,o, Co,or.,,,,,.. | ,,] or Design Your Own E 00iimmmmmm-R00 .. -- • /. "'. " I1 I k,: ;'   SpinningiEquipment • Natural fibers LOOMS & WHEELS Imported yarn COTTAGE WEAVING LTD. up,stairs in the Feed Store 392-3492 All cotton I z,' , FabrikwP ed;s ade Pmi:ins I . F o p I r Y'Tq_.. Quilting supplies d I17 000mm0 Bang Scissors Threas I r Yarns Books J [ Supplies • Classes ella cutters I I Knitting • Needlepoint .._Irl8= Many patterns I C,oss stitch 392-5877 | 392-8096 REGISTER NOW FOR SPRING CLASSES One Stop Shopping For Weaving, Knitting & Quilting Needs interesting activities for the entire family! THE "BIG ONE" -- SALMON DAYS -- This is Issaquah's largest special event and attracts thousands of people. In- cludes a great parade, street fair, salmon barbeque and many other events for family fun! For further information call the Chamber of Commerce, 392-7024. CHRISTMAS TIME will feature the Christmas Pageant, the Town Tree, Santa's arrival, carol singing and stage coach rides! Volunteer help is needed for these upcoming events. For further information call Jerry Nelson, chairman, Celebra- tions Commission, 392-1523 or 392-2440. SPRING DANCE FOR DEVELOPMENTALLY DISABLED The Issaquah Parks & Recreation Dept. is sponsoring a spring dance for the developmentally disabled adults, including high school age. The dance will be held Satur- day, March 26, Issaquah Community Hall, 180 E. Sunset Way, from 7:30-11:00 p.m. Recorded music and refresh- ments will be supplied. Admission is free for this special event so come join us for a fun evening. For further in- formation call Issaquah Parks & Recreation Dept., 392- 7131. sponsored by tl issaqah TOO A f'T T A • T Parlu and ..,,o. l'.Ud'-I Dept• SKI NIGHT I' '.", THURSDAY, MARCH 17th I - iil this coupon and $5.50 provides a night I  " } x " offunatSki-Acres, orSnoqualmieSummit I , .._  1:30 tO 10:30 p.m. I - - cash value V20 of one cent L .....  ..................... IliilIllIlIIiillllilllllllllIllIlllilllllllllllllI • • " EASTER SUNDAY COUPON SPECIAL • • S PER PERSON • PLAY ALL DAY FOR 5 WITHCOUPON :    SUNDAY, APRIL 3, 1983 | B. (/ • Open Noon to8 p.m. • _ I IIllll • Strictly Supervised Entertainment | UIII>.CIIIU • All Customers Entitled To A Free Monthly • I vj -...5-   Token Card Good For I Free Token Per day I • 135 E. Sunset Way, Issaquah 392-2600 _ JlllmmmmmmmlmllmllllllllllllllllmlmlmlI ImmmlmmllmI r ,RH i/ Now Registering For p I* MONTESSORI ' Summer & Fall ACADEMY I  Sees,one i  Preschool-Kindergarten Grade 1 I 1.,_' •Individual achievement through I L-  "-"  Montessori methods I %''1 * Communication and social skills I  . Basic reading & math program I J  L * Artsandcrafts I ('   /'N • Outdooractivities I Y/ I( ¢ *Certifiedteachers | .!1.. Daycare 6:30 a.m.-6 p.m. _ J"l(4 485 Front St. ft., Issaquah 392-9926 IllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIIlllllIIIllIIi • Personal attention • Classes available • Expert help .B Spring Vacation Special! | • Hundreds of coordinated colors Competitive prices i 4% HOURS of ROLLER SKATING i Mon.-Sat. 10 to S GILMAN VILLAGE, ISSAQUAH • • WITH THIS COUPON • • , -= IIIIIIIIIIIIIlIIIlllllIllIlllllllllllIllIlIIIIIlIl•a : PRICE, $2 ADMISSION ,, • • : • : Galaxy tt : : $1 SKATE RENTAL [ • • • • : Space Age Video Fun Center , : • Offer Good April 2-,0,1983 From l p.m. to 5:30 p.m. ..• • • I Except Tuesday, April 5 & Wednesday, April 6 d • : 8 Tokens for = I "=:. 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