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Published: 08 July 2009


Thursday July 9

FREE LEAD TESTING FOR CHILDREN AND FAMILIES. Receive a free lead test kit, resources to create a healthy home, and learn how to eliminate in-home environmental hazards. 5 p.m. Matt Dishman Community Center. 77 NE Knott. For more info call 503-802-7389.

Friday July 10

MOVIES IN THE PARK. This week: "Kung Fu Panda," at Berkeley Park. Movies begin at dark, between 8 and 8:45 p.m. (weather permitting). Attendees can enjoy a variety of entertainment beginning at 6:30 p.m. Berkeley Park is located at SE 39th Ave. and Bybee Blvd.

Saturday July 11

COMMUNITY FAIR.  Come join us for the EastRidge Business Park Community Fair. Supporting the sports and activities programs at Heritage High School. Pony Rides, Face Painting, Rock Climbing Wall, 40 foot slides. Drawings and prizes. 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. EastRidge Business Park 11805 NE 99th St. Vancouver, WA.

Monday July 13

GRANPARENTS RAISING GRANDCHILDREN. Be involved in the DHS movement. Discover your rights as parents, grandparents and relatives. 6:30 p.m. Calvary Christian Church 126 NE Alberta. For more info call. 503-283-9594.

Wednesday July 15

FLIPPED OUT WITH BEN & JERRY'S! Come down to Pioneer Courthouse Square for free samples of the newest Ben & Jerry's dessert. "Flipped Out" 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Pioneer Courthouse Square.

Friday – Sunday July 17-19

SAND IN THE CITY. More than 450 tons of sand will be brought in to create a whimsical display of sand sculptures. 100 percent of the proceeds support Kids on the Block programs. Pioneer Courthouse Square. This is an all weekend event.

Saturday July 18

CARDIC SCREENINGS HELP DETECT HEART RISK IN TEEN ATHLETES. Parents of teen athletes can learn about their child's heart, health and find out whether their teen is at risk from a heart condition. 8 a.m. – 2 p.m. The screening fee is $10. Pre-registration required. To register call 503-335-3500. The screening takes place at The Memorial Coliseum.


Friday July 10

MILK MUSTACHE MOBILE DRINK WELL, LIVE WELL, TOUR. "Got Milk" The tour is traveling coast-to-coast from July 10 -- 12 the tour will be at The Seattle Supermall in Auburn. 11 a.m. – 2 p.m. 1101 Supermall Way.

THE CREATIVE CONJURING MAGIC SHOW. Black belt magician and "creative Conjuror" Jeff Evans visits Delridge to celebrate reading. His science stunts, wacky inventions, and magical mayhem add up to total fun. 3:30 – 4:15 p.m. Delridge Community Center 4501 Delridge Way SW. For more info call 206-684-7423.

Saturday July 11

SEAFAIR PIRATES LANDING ON ALKI. The Seattle Seafair pirates will sail in from seven seas and land on the beach at noon. Alki Beach 1702 Alki Ave. S. 11 a.m. – 2 p.m. For more info call 206-728-0123

ALL STAR MILK CARTON DERBY- SEAFAIR. Seafair's largest summer boat race on Green Lake. The derby offers a memorable day for participants, fans and spectators. 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. Green Lake Dr. N.

Tuesday July 14

INDEPENDENCE DAY DANCE. Enjoy the sounds of swing performing for your pleasure. Fee of $3 payable at the door. 2  – 4 p.m. North Bellevue Community Center. 4063 148th Ave NE. For more details call 425-452-7681.

Wednesday July 15

BELLEVUE ALL STARS VE CITY OF BELLEVUE VIP'S SOFTBALL CHALLENGE. Come and cheer on your favorite team. The All Stars currently hold the title. 4 p.m. Hidden Valley Sports Park. 1901 112th Ave. NE For more info call 425-452-7681.

Friday July 17

KIRKLAND UNCORKED A FESTIVAL OF ART, STYLE, AND TASTE. Bringing the best of Western Washington to the Kirkland waterfront. Spend the weekend on the shores of Lake Washington tasting the best the NW has to offer. Marina Park Downtown Kirkland.

Saturday July 18

DAYBREAK STAR POW WOW. The Pow Wow averages 400 – 600 dancers in full regalia, 25 drum groups, and 10,000 spectators. In addition there will be more than 60 vendors showcasing a wide array of Native American arts and craft. Discovery Park. For more info call 206-285-4425 ext 1035.

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