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X:gun rr00ruoo o rI_7 _7.r.Io uoq _..L_ i ....... ....... i Local ce!ebra00xons 00era!6 "the seasons February Bachelors Party honoring the May -- May Day Festival at Gilman Village follow sanctioned rules of Chili Appre- eligible bachelors of Issaquah. Family, friends and future acquaintances welcome. Held at the Holiday Inn, spon- sored by the Issaquah Press. March -- Issaquah Ski Night, held an- nually at Snoqualmie Pass. Discount night skiing, door prizes, races and a torchlight parade of skiers. Sponsored by the Issa- quah Parks and Recreation Department. March/April/September/October -- Hydroplane Races on the south end of Lake Sammamish. A variety of classes up to seven liter, about 90 boats participating. Best viewing from Alexander's Resort off East Lake Sammamish Parkway. April -- Issaquah Run for Little League, a 5-mile course challenged by about, 300 runners. Co-sponsored by Issaquah Gliders and Operation Close-up at Issaquah High. & Runners come to town twice a year for races Little League players join their team in a parade through town on opening day. April -- Little League Opening Day means a parade of teams down Front Street followed by ceremonies and games at Memorial Field. April -- Wine Tasting and Silent Auction, the biggest annual fundraiser of the year for the Issaquah Kiwanis Club, and the social function of the season for Issaquah. Held at Bellevue Community College. Auction items range from a crate of apples to a hair cut to a side of beef. April -- Easter Egg Hunt at Lake Sam- mamish State Park, usually held the Satur- day before Easter. Boeing clowns enter- tain. Sponsored by the Lions and Eagles clubs. May -- Spring Fling at Memorial Field features kite flying contest, rope skipping, bicycle poker and talent show with open mike. Sponsored by the city's Celebrations Commission. the first Sunday of May. May Pole dancers, food, magicians, jugglers, live music and an auction. Especially fun for children Benefits local charity. May -- Community Awards Banquet honors the best of the year educator, students, firefighter or police officer, citizen, spiritual aims leader, senior citizen and businessperson. Sponsored by the Issaquah Chamber of Commerce in con- junction with other area service clubs. May -- Pine Lake Home and Garden Tour. Tourists have the opportunity to visit six area homes and their gardens. Many good decorating ideas here! Sponsored by Pine Lake Community Club to benefit Friends of the Plateau. June - Summer Solstice Festival at Gilman Village. Held the first Saturday after the ad- vent of summer. Live music and dancing noon to 9 p.m., outdoor food booths, clowns and lifesize characters, benefits local charity. July - King County Fair, the third week of the month in Enumclaw. Most local 4-H Club members exhibit and show horses, cats, poultry rabbits, pigs, goats or hob- bies. Carnival and exhibition halls, logging show and entertainment. July - Down Home Fourth of July begins with a Kids 'n Pets parade on Front Street and moves to Memorial Field for relay races, barbeques and picnics, pie-eating contest, town jail for unbearded men, live music, square dancing, horseshoes and pony rides. Sponsored by Celebrations Commission. ciation Society International. Sponsored by the Issaquah Press, benefits Celebrations Commission. ., July -- Bownanza, held the last weekend in July, sponsored by the Cedar River Bowmen. Archers from all over the state shoot at 28 foam-formed animal targets along 21/2 miles of trails. July - Chili Cook-off, a part of the July Jugglers add to the fun at the May Day 4th activities at Memorial Field. Chefs Festival. j We care for your pets IAL HOSP 2th N.W., .. 12-7387 Watson. D.V.M. small animals. :lssaquah ISSAQUAHVETERINARY HOSPITAL--Bruce Bierbaum. D.V.M. Small creatures; cats, dogs. sheep, go,s, llamas. 7951st Ave. N.W., Issaquah 392-6211 LAKE SAMMAMISH VETERINARY HOSPITAL-David Hildreth, D.V.M. Large and small animals, farm calls. Elisabeth Teberg D.V.M. 2300 Newport Way, Issaquah 392-5195 I III WATER 31(I OPEN MAY THROUGH SEPTEMBER Save on Your Rental For Your Home & Garden Needs Gardening Painting Builders Plumbing Automotive Needs Households Party, Wedding & Medical Equipment Available OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 2005 Poplar Ave. N.W. (Near IsuCluah Tennis Club) 392-9100 Call or Stop In Today Free Rental Rate Catalogs Issaquah's complete waterbed and accessory center including mattresses, frames, sheets, pillows, comforters and bedroom fur- niture. Custom waterbeds made to order. 55 West Sunset Way, Issaquah 392-0179 \\; BAKAMUS TRUCK REPAIR CO. trucks, trailers & equipment Personalized service for allyour truck/trailer repairs Complete service & maintenance We custom build two-axle converter gears (dollies) JAMES W. BAKAMUS 0 WNER 179 1st Ave. S.E., Issaquah (206)392-1268 DRUG STORE Plan Wedding tibles A Invitations . Party! DOWNTOWN ISSAQUAH 392-6430 EASTSIDE ROCK PRODUCTS NORTH BEND 624919 QUARRY RAGING RIVER 222-5182 QUARRY -- SUNSET 392-3355 QUARRY  CRUSHED LEDGE ROCK/r FILL DRIVEWAYS  STREETS & ROADS RIP & RAP  ROOKERY ROCK FOR BULKHEADS & GARDENS "We Deliver" orth 5end Preston-Fall City Issaquah SPECIALISTS IN CONVERTING SINGLE PANE WINDOWS TO INS ULA TING GLASS. TOLL FREE 1-800-562-8292, LOCAL 392-5333 ISSAQUAH GLASS INC. 1380 N.W. Mall, lssaqua, WA