“Rock camp was my son’s favorite camp last summer. It was a great way to try out playing with other people and seeing if you might want to be in a band someday. I was amazed how well the kids gelled by the end of the week. They were able to play a few songs together and sounded really good.” –Debbie (2013 parent) ALTERNATIVE ROCK CAMP summer 2019 dates: June 24-28 July 8-12 July 29-August 2 August 12-16 Camps are 9 AM – 3 PM Monday – Friday, for kids 10-17. Camp at Rock Academy is a fun,
School of Rock Summer Camps are an awesome week of rock culminating in a Friday performance! Rock 101 Boot Camp is for ages 8-12, and in this camp beginners are welcome - no experience necessary! Other camps are for ages 8-18, and students in those camps should have a basic proficiency on their instrument before camp start. Want to make sure they're ready? Ask about our "Ramp Up to Camp" lesson packages!2019 Summer Camps Schedule(click on each camp name below for more info) Rock 101 Boot Camp July
The Homewood Suites by Hilton Seattle-Issaquah, owned by Rowley Properties and managed by The Hotel Group, has been recognized with the 2018 Homewood Suites by Hilton Connie Pride Merit Award. This distinguished honor is awarded to only the top 5% of Homewood Suites by Hilton properties that have excelled in all brand requirements. Recipients demonstrate the highest commitment to brand standards and guest satisfaction and loyalty. We are proud to be ranked as one of the top twenty (20) Homewood Suites
The Issaquah School District asks local voters to approve levies to pay for educational enrichments that the state does not fund. This includes the seven period day at two of our comprehensive high schools, mental health and counseling support, safety and security measures, as well as activities, clubs, and sports, which equates to about 15 percent of the operations budget. Because our current Educational Programs and Operations Levy (formerly called the M & O Levy) expires next year, the District is
Are you curious about CBD products? Free CBD tastings, samples, and experts to answer all your questions! Stop by Good Health Nutrition (3707 Providence Point Dr SE, Suite G) on Thursday, March 23rd from noon to 3 pm for information from the experts.
North Bend, WA – The Encompass Take a Seat for Kids Project is back for a third year in a row. Beginning May 11, seven pairs of chairs will be on display at local businesses in the Snoqualmie Valley: Birches Habitat, Carnation Café, Duvall Visitor Center, Heirloom Cookshop, Rio Bravo, Safeway on the Ridge, and Salish Lodge & Spa. All the chairs are for sale through May 31 via online bidding as a fundraiser for Encompass programs. Artists Ricardo Espinoza, Mary Grigg-Colter, Carly Koczarski, Lady Kagura,
ON MAY 8TH Give BIG 2019 GIVE TO ISSAQUAH COMMUNITY SERVICES There are many good causes out there in our community to support. Please consider helping you immediate neighbors who are facing a financial crisis in their lives by supporting Issaquah Community Services. Issaquah Community Services (ICS) strives to stabilize the living conditions of those most vulnerable residents in the community. Issaquah Community Services provides emergency financial assistance to meet the basic needs of residents of the
Reasons Why Small Businesses are Importantby Devra Gartenstein; Reviewed by Michelle Seidel, B.Sc., LL.B., MBA; Updated January 28, 2019Small businesses provide opportunities for entrepreneurs, jobs for neighbors and gathering places for communities. They're rooted in the landscape where they grow, and they give back vitality and sustenance. Although running a small business involves taking greater risks than working for a large, established company, the rewards are both quantitative and qualitative,
On April 23rd, the Snoqualmie Valley community came together to raise $126,000 in support of Encompass programs for children and families at the third annual Rise & Thrive Breakfast, making it the most successful installment of the event to date. Over 240 local business, community, and government leaders were treated to a breakfast program including an awards presentation, a keynote address on the importance of addressing childhood trauma, and one family’s story of finding the healing support they needed at
You're invited to ride the rails through Olde Town as the Issaquah Valley Trolley resumes summer operations May 11, 2019. The trolley runs 11 a.m.-3 p.m. weekends through Sept. 30, weather permitting. The route gives passengers a sense of what it was like to come to Issaquah in the days of passenger rail service. Riders travel over Issaquah's last remaining tracks, on the roadbed laid by the Seattle Lake Shore & Eastern Railway in 1887. Passengers board at the Issaquah Depot Museum, 78 First Ave. N.E.
Eastside Baby Corner (EBC) will host its fifth annual Diaper Derby May 3rd to June 7th to help local kids in need by collecting diapers. The Diaper Derby is a fun way to help local children while competing against other businesses and organizations by collecting diapers each week. The Diaper Derby takes place during horse-racing season, which is where the name “Diaper Derby” came from. The businesses and organizations will compete to see who can collect the most diapers for EBC. A complete list of
Enrich your life with an expressive outlet by studying the visual arts. Bring out your creative streak with Squak Art Studio's classes and Art Camps! Offering classes in a range of media, Squak Art caters to most ages and all experience levels. Weekly classes focus on a variety of 2-D media, including graphite, charcoal, colored pencil, pastel, watercolor, acrylics, and oils. Summer Art Camps begin on June 24th, and run until August 30th. With full and half days available for kids from 7 to 17, young
THE SIXTH ANNUALISSAQUAH RESIDENTS GUIDEprovides readers with valuable information about Issaquah neighborhoods, parks, yearly festivals and events, schools, history, local services and other local content that you can't get anywhere else. It will be read time and time again by nearly 24,000 Issaquah residents and families of all ages. We believe the information provided in the Issaquah Residents Guide will be a valuable advertising, branding and marketing tool for your products and services to reach new
Saturday, March 2, April 6, May 4, June 1,Tickets on Sale Nowwww.downtownissaquah.comThe Downtown Issaquah Wine and Art Walk is a community event held on first Saturdays, March - June from 6:00-9:00pm. Downtown galleries, merchants and sidewalks come alive welcoming friends and neighbors to join in celebrating and cultivating vitality in charming historic downtown Issaquah. Gather your friends for a fabulous night of wine tasting, art and music. Stroll along Front Street and browse local art while