Recording class is back! Our Recording 101 Course is back due to popular demand! In this 7-week course, students learn the ropes on everything about live music recording - from mic placement and recording techniques, to the ins and outs of mixing with ProTools, the best software in the industry. Our resident Drum Instructor and experienced recording artist Cole Paramore leads this course. Here are the details: Ages to enroll: 13-18 only please Cost: $350 for SoR students ($400 for
$3 from each glassybaby and 20% of all Kendra Scott jewelry sales will be donated back to Issaquah Schools Foundation to fund programs and resources for Issaquah School District students.
Virginia Mason is one of 22 health care organizations in the United States – and the only one in Washington state – to be recognized by the American Medical Association (AMA) for their efforts to improve physician satisfaction and reduce burnout. Virginia Mason is a recipient of the AMA’s inaugural Joy in Medicine Recognition. “It is a great honor to recognize the outstanding achievements of the organizations selected for the ‘Joy in Medicine Recognition,’ ” said AMA Board Chair Jesse M. Ehrenfeld, MD,
The King County Library System (KCLS) launches KCLS Reel Fest, a new film contest and festival that asks patrons of all ages and filmmaking abilities, “What does the library mean to you?” Residents in the KCLS service area are invited to answer that question, and share their library story in a two-minute film, for the chance to win up to $1,000 and a slot in the KCLS Reel Fest film lineup in March 2020. Film submissions will be accepted online from October 1, 2019 to January 15, 2020. The KCLS Foundation
The Downtown Issaquah Association is very pleased to invite you to the 19th annual Spellman Awards for Exemplary Achievement in Historic Preservation, which will be held on October 23rd at the Village Theatre-First Stage in downtown Issaquah. A reception preceding the award ceremony will begin at 10 a.m., with refreshments generously sponsored by the Issaquah History Museums and the City of Issaquah. The award presentations will begin at 10:30 a.m. In addition to Executive Constantine, Patrice Frey,
Salmon SEEson is here and there are numerous opportunities to view salmon as they return to spawn in various tributaries around Puget Sound. Several locations in Issaquah provide for excellent viewing. Both the Issaquah Salmon Hatchery and Lake Sammamish State Park have public viewing areas for salmon and wildlife habitat. The outlet from Issaquah Creek feeds into Lake Sammamish at a peninsula in the park. A boardwalk built through wetlands along the creek in 2013 gives access to its mouth.
The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling BeeSeptember 12 – October 20, 2019 “Life is pandemonium” in this fast-paced and irreverent Tony Award-winning comedy. The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee follows an eclectic group of kids (played by adults) as they fight for the title of regional spelling bee champ – and all the glory that comes with it. This witty coming of age story is bursting with heart, and Village Theatre’s full-fledged production will be an unforgettable experience that chronicles all
August 28, 2019 TO: Washington Department of Labor and Industries From: Mark Johnson, Washington Retail Association Bruce Beckett, Washington Retail Association RE: Comments on the Proposed Updates to the Executive, Administrative, Professional and Outside Salespersons Exemptions from the Minimum Wage Act (e.g.- EAP rules) The Washington Retail Association (WR) appreciates the opportunity to submit detailed comments on the proposed updates to the EAP
2005 NW Poplar Office Coming Soon to Issaquah, Washington Issaquah, WA – August 15, 2019 – Rowley Properties, Inc. of Issaquah, Washington officially broke ground in Hyla Crossing today on its 2005 NW Poplar Mixed-Use Office building. The new building is located at the gateway to Issaquah and is soon to be an iconic welcome to the community with its sustainable cross laminated timber (CLT) and illuminated glass staircase. Adjacent to Tibbetts Creek Greenway, the setting and design inspires productivity
Rowley Properties, Inc. of Issaquah, Washington officially broke ground in Hyla Crossing today (8/15) on its 2005 NW Poplar Mixed-Use Office building. The new building is located at the gateway to Issaquah and is soon to be an iconic welcome to the community with its sustainable cross laminated timber (CLT) and illuminated glass staircase. Adjacent to Tibbetts Creek Greenway, the setting and design inspires productivity and innovation… a place to let your nature begin®. Conveniently located near all the
Springfree Trampoline is opening up their Issaquah store to FREE OPEN PLAY. Stop by on any Wednesday or Saturday from 10 AM to noon. Jump inside the store or out back, no RSVP required! All ages are welcome to come jump with us!SPRINGFREE TRAMPOLINE 1875 NW Poplar Way Issaquah, WA 98027 (425) 654-1306