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THE ISSAQUAH PRESS B4 WED NE S DAY9 SEPTEMBER 97 2009 Give the kitchen floor a new look. The latest trend is concrete. DECKING BEAMS SIDING FENCING PANELING TRELLIS/ARBORS CUSTOM MILLING Directions: Take Exit 17 Off 1-90. Go 3 1/2 miles South on Front Street. Open Mort-Sat 9-6, Sunday 11-5, Harvest Fest band, treats, auction & sale Share and save at Hayes Harvest Fest. We'll have fun all day with a silent auction and raffle for the food bank, live music, free Kettle Korn & cider, and great savings. Saturday September 19, 9 am-6 pm Great 60s music by local favorites, The Studebakers, 2-4 pm Silent Auction* (designer glass, japanese maple & other great items) and 50-50 Raffle* Winners announced at 4:30 pm 20% Off maples & 40% Off selected perennials, ground covers, and more. **Proceeds donated to Issaquah Food Bank. Thank you for sharing! Your Ga~ [mpir~hm 12504 Issaquah-Hobart Rd. SE, Issaquah new web site: www.hayesnursery.com (425) 391-4166 AlIA CONTENT Quality Remodeling Remodeling Issaquah for 33 years. Additions, kitchens, baths. Remodeling of all kinds. Expert storm damage repairs Lic. No. CRAIGSC961JZ Free Cedar & Millworl< since I950 www.cedarexperts.com 5728 E. Lake $ammarTlish Pkwy. SE " 425-392-3631 Open Monday Frida/ -7 to 5; Saturdly 9 to 2 R MEMBER City offers free classes Replacing old, chipped countertops and updating transform a kitchen. AI~A CONTENT cabinets are two ways to When you have a big show fingerprints as much as gathering at your older versions. New technology house, no matterand design offers better-tasting where you try towater from dispensers inside the set up the food and refrigerator and on the door. Dish- beverages, the crowd inevitably washers are quieter and mi- ends up gathering in your kitchen, crowaves are more powerful than The problem is, you may not be ever. proud of the kitchen you have. However, new appliances can be So, what do you do? There are extremely expensive, and out of many different ways for you to the reach of many if you're on a take your existing, drab kitchen budget. and turn it into a place that you One underrated technique for are not only proud to show off to upgrading your kitchen: Get rid of your friends, but have no problem your old, discolored, chipped making the center of your next countertop. If you want a com- party, pletely new look or shape to your Getting new appliances is one of countertop, concrete has become a the more obvious moves you can surface that is extremely popular. make to change the look of your Concrete is gaining popularity, be- kitchen. Stainless steel appliances look sleek, and newer models don't See KITCHENS, Page B5 The Issaquah Resource Con- servation Office and Seattle Tilth offer the following classes at Pickring Garden, 1730 10th Ave. N.W.: "Composting for Apartment Dwellers" -- For adults, from 6-8 p.m. Sept. 9 "Putting the Garden to Bed" -- For adults, from 9-11 a.m. Oct. 10 "Ladybug Picnic" -- For ages 2-5, from 10 a.m. - noon, Sept. 16 "Slimy Creatures" -- For ages 2-5, from 10 a.m. - noon, Oct. 17 Advance registration is re- quired at www.seattletilth.org or 206-633-0451, ext. 101. Free clinics offered at Squak Mt. nursery Squak Mt. Greenhouses & Nursery offers the following free clinics at its Issaquah loca- tion, 7600 Renton-Issaquah Road S.E.: Master Gardener Clinics -- from 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. Samr- days through Sept. 26 "Bulb Delights" -- 10:30 a.m. Sept. 12 "Ornamental Grasses" -- 10:30 a.m. Sept. 19 "Care Tips for Your Wood Herbs in Autumn" -- 10:30 a.m. Sept. 26 "Winter Designs" -- 10:30 a.m. Oct. 10 "To Bed for Winter" -- 10:30 a.m. Oct. 17 Call 392-1025. Nursery Jlebrates Harvest Fest, benefits food bank Hayes Nursery, 12504 Is- saquah-Hobart Road S.E., hosts Harvest Fest Sept. 19. Local band The Studebakers performs from 2-4 p.m. There will be a silent auction, with such items as a Peggy Karr glass plate, Japanese maples, hydrangeas and more, with pro- ceeds benefiting the Issaquah Food and Clothing Bank. There's also a 50/50 raffle, with half of the sales total going to the food bank. Call 391-4166. Open to the Public! line ) "@. . . Projects! When quality counts Let our cedar experts assist you in the design and construction process. Delivery and pre-finishing available.