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Entertainment

Theatre

Bellevue Civic Theatre
425-235-5087
www.bellevuecivic.org

Kirkland Performance Center
425-893-9900
www.kpcenter.org

Performing Arts Center Eastside
425-462-4295
www.pac-eastside.org

Second Story Repertory Theater
425-881-6777
www.secondstoryrep.org

Redwood Theatre
206-525-3493

Snoqualmie Falls Forest Theater
425-736-7252
www.foresttheater.org

Theatre at Meydenbauer Center
425-450-3810
www.meydenbauer.com

Village Theatre - Issaquah
425-392-2202
www.villagetheatre.org

Dance

Ballet Bellevue
425-455-1345

International Ballet Theatre
425-822-7694
www.interballettheatre.org

Pacific Northwest Ballet
206-441-9411
www.pnb.org

Music

Bellevue Chamber Chorus
425-881-0445
www.BellevueChamberChorus.net

Bellevue Philharmonic Orchestra
425-455-4171
www.bellevuephil.org

Bellevue Downtown Association Community Events
425-453-1223
www.bellevuedowntown.com

Evergreen Philharmonic
www.evphil.issaquah.wednet.edu

Sammamish Symphony Orchestra Association
206-517-7777
www.sammamishsymphony.org

Chateau Ste. Michelle Concert Series
www.ste-michelle.com

Ticketmaster
206-628-0888
www.ticketmaster.com

Columbia Choirs
425-486-1987
www.columbiachoirs.com

Marymoor Park Events - Ticketmaster
206-628-0888
www.ticketmaster.com

Northwest Choirs
206-524-3234
www.nwchoirs.org

Seattle Opera
206-389-7676
www.seattleopera.org

NIGHTLIFE AND ENTERTAINMENT

K1 Speed
425-455-9999
www.K1speed.com

Parlor Billiards & Spirits
425-289-7000
www.parlorbillards.com

Lucky Strike Lanes
425-453-5137
www.bowlluckystrike.com

Tech City Bowl & Fun Center
425-822-8370
www.techcitybowl.com

MUSEUMS

Bellevue Art Museum
425-519-0770
www.bellevueart.org

Bothell Historical Museum
425-486-1889
www.bothellmuseum.homestead.com

Issaquah Gilman Town Hall Museum
425-392-3500
www.issaquahhistory.org

Issaquah Historic Depot
425-392-2322
www.issaquahhistory.org

KidsQuest Children’s Museum
425-637-8100
www.kidsquestmuseum.org

LeMay Museum - Club Auto
253-779-8490
www.lemaymuseum.org

Eastside Heritage Center
425-450-1049
www.eastsideheritagecenter.org

Microsoft Museum
425-703-6214

Museum of Flight
206-764-5720
www.museumofflight.org

Northwest Railway Museum
425-888-3030
www.trainmuseum.org

Renton Historical Museum
425-255-2330
www.rentonhistory.org

Rosalie Whyel Museum of Doll Art
425-455-1116
www.dollart.com

Seattle Art Museum (SAM)
206-654-3100
www.seattleartmuseum.org

Snoqualmie Valley Historical Museum
425-888-3200
www.snoqualmievalleymuseum.org

SPORTS

Emerald Downs Horse Racing
253-288-7700
Toll Free: 888-931-8400
www.emdowns.com

Seattle Mariners Baseball Club
206-346-4001
www.SeattleMariners.com

Seattle Seahawks
206-682-2800
www.seahawks.com

Seattle Sonics
206-283-DUNK
www.nba.com/sonics

Seattle Sounders
800-796-KICK
www.seattlesounders.net

Seattle Storm
877-WNBA-TIX
www.wnba.com/storm

Seattle Thunderbirds
206-448-PUCK
425-869-7825
www.seattlethunderbirds.com

University of Washington Huskies
Husky Ticket Office
206-543-2200
www.washington.edu

WINERIES

One of the fastest-growing Washington attractions is the wine industry, located in the Eastside cities of Woodinville and Issaquah. Chateau Ste. Michelle and Columbia are the larger vineyards, but numerous boutique wineries satisfy even the most discriminating pallet.

Chateau Ste. Michelle
425-415-3300
www.ste-michelle.com

Columbia Winery
425-488-2776
www.cwine.com

DeLille Cellars
425-489-0544
www.delillecellars.com

DiStefano Wines
425-487-1648
www.distefanowinery.com

Domaine Ste. Michelle
866-701-3187
www.domainestemichelle.com

Facelli Winery
425-488-1020
www.facelliwinery.com

JM Cellars
206-321-0052
www.jmcellars.com.

Matthews Cellars
425-487-9810
www.matthewscellars.com.

Silver Lake Winery
425-485-2437
www.silverlakewinery.com.

Snoqualmie Vineyards
425-415-3703
www.snoqualmie.com

TOURIST ACTIVITIES

Bellevue Botanical Garden
425-451-3755
www.bellevuebotanical.org

Camlann Medieval Village
425-788-8624
www.camlann.org

Cougar Mountain Zoological Park
425-391-5508
www.cougarmountainzoo.org

Issaquah Historic Walking Tour
425-392-3500
www.issaquahhistory.org

Mount Rainier National Park
360-569-2211
Toll Free: 877-444-6777
www.nps.gov/mora

North Cascades National Park
Park Headquarters
360-854-7200
www.nps.gov/noca.
Snoqualmie Falls & Salish Lodge

Salish Lodge
425-888-2556
Northwest Railway Museum
425-888-3030
www.trainmuseum.org

FESTIVALS, FAIRS AND FARMERS MARKETS

Bellevue Arts Museum Arts Fair
425-519-0770
www.bellevuearts.org

Snowflake Lane & Celebration Lane
425-454-8096
www.bellevuecollection.com

Bellevue Strawberry Festival
425-450-1049
www.bellevuestrawberryfestival.org

Kirkland Classic Car Show
425-893-8766
www.legendscarclub.com

Issaquah Salmon Days
425-392-0661
www.salmondays.org

Camlann Medieval Festival
425-788-8624
www.camlann.org

Renton River Days
425-430-6528
www.rentonriverdays.org

Seafair
206-728-0123
www.seafair.com

Bite of Seattle
425-283-5050
www.biteofseattle.com

Bumbershoot: Seattle’s Music & Arts Festival
206-281-7788
www.bumbershoot.org

Washington Wine Highway
425-481-8300
www.washingtonwinehighway.com

Bellevue - Crossroads Farmers Market
Parking lot south of Circuit City
May-October
Tuesdays 12 p.m.-5 p.m.
206-715-1387
www.crossroadsbellevue.com/farmersmarket/

Bellevue Farmers Market
1717 Bellevue Way NE (parking lot at First Presbyterian Church)
May-October
Thursdays 3 p.m.-7 p.m.
425-454-8474
www.bellevuefarmersmarket.org

Carnation Farmers Market
SR 203-Tolt Avenue & Bird Street
May-September
Tuesdays 3 p.m.-7 p.m.
425-333-6050
www.carnationfarmersmarket.org

Friday Night Market at Juanita Beach
Juanita Beach Park at 116th and 100th
June-October
Fridays 3 p.m.-7 p.m.
425-485-1042
www.ci.kirkland.wa.us.

Kirkland Wednesday Market
Park Lane East between 3rd & Main
May-October
Wednesdays 12 p.m.-6 p.m.
www.kirklandwednesdaymarket.org

Renton Farmers Market
S. 3rd Street between Logan & Burnett
June-September
Tuesdays 3 p.m.-7 p.m.
www.rentonfarmersmarket.com

Woodinville Farmers Market
Woodinville Village (Hwy 202 and Woodinville-Redmond Road)
May-October
Saturdays 9a.m.-3 p.m.
www.woodinvillefarmersmarket.com

OUTDOOR ADVENTURES

The area is a boon to outdoor enthusiasts who enjoy boating, golfing, hiking, skiing and other types of active recreation. There are abundant championship-caliber golf courses in and around the Eastside. Fresh water lakes and the proximity of Puget Sound make Bellevue a haven for boaters.

The nearby Cascade Mountain range is a mecca for hikers and mountain bikers in some of the last old-growth forests accessible to the public. A variety of great camping destinations are just a short drive away. Eastern Washington boasts fine wineries and vineyards that are earning national and international recognition.

Skiers and snowboarders can find a white haven less than an hour away during the winter months. Snow skiing and snowboarding are less than an hour away during the wintertime atSnoqualmie Pass or Crystal Mountain. With a slightly longer drive, snow lovers can enjoy the mile-long runs and rigorouscross-country trails at Stevens Pass or Mount Baker. The recreation areas in the Cascades also provide plenty of trails for snowshoeing and cross-country skiing.

Bicycling

BackCountry Bicycle Trails Club
206-524-2900
REI
425-882-1158
www.rei.com

Camping

Washington State Department of Parks and Recreation
888-226-7688
www.parks.wa.gov

National Park and Forest Service
www.nps.gov

Fishing and Hunting

Department of Fish and Wildlife
360-902-2464 (license)

Red Tide Hotline
800-562-5632

Northwest Fly Anglers Club
www.northwestflyanglers.org

Hiking

The Mountaineers Club
206-284-6310
www.mountaineers.org

Boating

Safety Brochures:
US Corps of Engineers

Seattle District
206-764-3750

Water Sports

White Water Rafting
www.experiencewa.com

Underwater Sports
425-771-6322

Winter Sports

Crystal Mountain
360-663-2265
888-754-6199 (Recorded Ski Report)

Mount Baker
360-734-6771
360-671-0211 (Recorded Ski Report)

Steven’s Pass
360-973-2441
206-634-1645 (Recorded Ski Report)

The Summit at Snoqualmie Pass
425-434-7669
206-236-1600 (Recorded Ski Report)

White Pass
509-672-3100

Washington Ski Report
1-800-695-7623

WEEKEND OUTINGS

Mount St. Helens
U.S. Park Service
360-569-2211

Grand Coulee Dam
Grand Coulee Visitor Center
www.grandcouleedam.com

Ocean Beaches
360-289-4552
www.washingtoncoastchamber.org

Rain Forests
Olympic National Park
3609-452-0330

Olympic Peninsula
Washington State Tourism
360-753-5600

San Juan Islands
San Juan Islands Visitor
Information Service
360-468-3663

SHOPPING

Bellevue
The Bellevue Collection, which includes Bellevue Square, Bellevue Place and Lincoln Square, offers a shopping experience like none other in the Northwest. Located in the heart of Bellevue, the Bellevue

Collection offers 250 exceptional shops, many sit-down restaurants, a 16-screen premier cinema, 700 luxury hotel rooms and 10,000 free retail parking spaces, all in one location.

Further south is Factoria Mall, located just southeast of I-90 and I-405. Factoria and Loehmans Plaza Factoria offer shoppers a variety of choices that feature cutting-edge designers, as well as family retailers. Crossroads Shopping Center in the

Overlake neighborhood acts as a community gathering place, offering a diverse shopping and dining experience with over 80 stores, restaurants and services.

Bellevue Place includes the Hyatt Hotel and high-rise office space. Main Street in Old Bellevue is a street lined with charming shops, galleries and dining opportunities.

Redmond
Just beyond Bellevue city limits is Redmond Town Center, which has more than 100 shops and services in an outdoor environment.

North Bend-Auburn
A few miles further east on I-90 is North Bend, where almost 50 major brand names have established an outlet center with discounts from 40 to 70 percent off retail prices. The Factory Stores are 30 minutes east of Lake Washington communities.

Bothell
Downtown Bothell offers a charming walk along the Burke Gilman Trail, or through its historic downtown where merchants have established retail stores. Both pathways provide picturesque settings for art galleries, cafes, bakeries and independent merchants.

Carnation
Almost all of the commerce in this rural community revolves around Remlinger Farms, where children may enjoy a pony ride or the Mine Twister roller coaster. Parents may purchase crafts from Northwest artists and primitive folk art. Fresh fruits and vegetables are available from the produce stands or for picking during the season.

Issaquah
South of the farmland in the Snoqualmie Valley is the unique Gilman Village shopping areas in downtown Issaquah. Gilman Village has been an Eastside specialty-shopping landmark for more than a quarter of a century, with 40 shops and restaurants. The High Street shopping neighborhood is being developed, which will include a hotel, high-end grocery store, cinema, restaurants, shops and office space.

Kirkland
Antique shoppers will enjoy the Antique Mall of Kirkland, which has 80 dealers. Antiques range from jewelry and silver, to glassware and books. Downtown Kirkland on the shores of Lake Washington provides traditional upscale boutiques and art galleries among a vast array of restaurants and sidewalk cafes.

Snoqualmie
Historic Downtown Snoqualmie offers a variety of fun and unique specialty shops that include antiques, florists, restaurants, a candy shop with an old-fashioned lunch counter and a Northwest microbrewery.

Woodinville
More art and antique galleries are located in Woodinville. The antique showroom houses dozens of dealers in one location, featuring linens, books, war mementos and one-of-a-kind items. Woodinville is also the home of Molbaks, the area’s largest nursery. In addition to plants, the nursery sells garden tools and patio furniture.

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