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Page 6 Oliver Runs through Dec. 16 The Village Theatre of Issaquah announces its first annual Christmas produc- tion of Olived by Lionel Bart, opened on Thanksgiv- ing Day (Nov. 22) and play Thursday through Sunday, through Dec. 16. Carl Darchuk directs this musical version of Oliver Twist by Charles Dickens, which features the well- known songs--"Where is Love," "&apos;Consider Yourself," "You've Got to Pick a Pocket or Two," "Who Will Buy," and the enchanting"As Long as he Needs Me. "" Curtain is 8 p.m. Thurs- day through Saturday and 2 p.m. on Sunday A new two-price ticket system is now in effect for special ........... bargain rates on Thursday evening and Sunday matinees. The theatre is at 120 Front Street North in downtown Issaquah. Group rates are also available. [:or reserva- tions or information (:all 392-2202. Enjoy a LUNCHEON VISIT WITH SAN CLAUS SPECIAL CHILDREN'S LUNCHEON $2.50 Saturday, Dec. 15 and 22 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. . Reservations suggested 392-6421 . Cameras welcome (12 years and under) S 8 SO per person $6.50 Senior Citizens 65 and over Children 12 and under . Begins at 9 a.m. For reservations call 392-6421 . Chelsea O'Riley, Harpist Playing for your enjoyment from 10 a.m. Christmas Day Starring: Baked Ham Eggs Benedict French Toast Scrambled Eggs Hash Browns Shrimp Newburg Rice Pilaf Candied Yams Fresh Fruit Platter Biscuits, Jam & Butter French Pastries & Donuts Dessert Coffee, Tea & Milk ISSAQUAH J David Shoemaker, above, plays Oliver and Daren Vernon plays Dogger in the musical Oliver, playing now at the Issa- quah Theater. Charles !i Dickens Christmas !I garnaby's Prime Rib Bellevue is celeb.ratl Christmas this year in] tradition of a na t synonomous with te c Christmas season I Charles Dickens ,.::,:: "o':::w;,;;'(i formed live by the vdl Theatre of Issaquah. gc. )< and Actresses dressed authentic costume for production will add t feeling of a O! Christmas, along wt squires and wencheSa ,._ naby's. A so as part 0 evening diners will serenaded with E It Christmas carols. What to tell the kids about Santa Claus Knowing the right responses to children's questions about Santa Claus may cause parents concern. Some parents question whether they want to in- clude Santa Claus in Christmas at all. Other parents worry about telling children Santa Claus isn't real. Margaret Marius, Washington State Universi- ty's King County Extension agent, states that an understanding of child development may help to provide some answers. Up to the age of two, the man with the oversized tummy, the deep laugh and the woolly beard produces only fear. So, don't be sur- prised if a child hides behind parents or howls in protest when she/he sees Santa in the toy store. By age three, children recognize that Santa Claus delivers toys--supposedly. However interest in Santa is mild. But, by age four, Santa Claus is in. Four-year-aids believe in jolly old Saint Nicholas, complete with the flying reindeer. And, they want to hear all the details of the story over and over. The strong belief in Santa occurs at ages five and six. Children of this age believe Santa is a real person. He or she likes to write or dictate letters telling Santa what she wants for Christmas. The wonder and enjoyment that most children experience at this age may offset tem- porary disapp ointe later, usua I After six, belief begins to go down, nO rnl ter what parents saY.. j If a child asks, "Is !he1! real Santa Claus?" flnu . what she/he wants know.,,Ask ,'what do Y! think? The childs ans will tell you. Some parents qUq promoting the Santa fantasy. The whether or not to pro Santa is a question values, Movius noteS, For those encourage belief in an understanding children look at will lead to a better of when to level about ty. Visit Santa (in Issaquah, 131 Front St. North) Monday to Thursday 2 to 4 p.m. Fnday evenings 6 to 8:00 Saturdays noon to 4 p.m. Sponsored by Issaquah Chamber of Commerce 00,,6ar gPPing0000l00ot Handcrafted by Norm Wressell 10% off through er Christmas Delivered, til Decemb er24 See our display at: 185 Front St. N. |!1 Issaquah 455.9214 "