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The extravagant Village Roadshow Gold Class Cinemas (VRGCC) will open Friday — that’s Halloween — at Redmond Town Center, with a special 3-D version of Tim Burton’s macabre musical “The Nightmare Before Christmas.”
Pushing Boundaries (formerly Next Steps NW) has changed its name to better reflect its missions — to allow those living with paralysis an opportunity to push boundaries that have been forced upon them by spinal cord injuries, strokes or other neurological disorders; and to regain strength, independence and optimism.
SecondStory Repertory, the professional theatre ensemble at Redmond Town Center, presents “Bat Boy: The Musical,” the hit based on the popular Weekly World News stories, Oct. 31-Nov. 29.
Multi-platinum-selling and award-winning recording artist Amy Grant brings her “Lead Me On” 20th anniversary celebration tour to Redmond’s Overlake Christian Church, 9900 Willows Rd. NE, at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 28.
Tiffany Langley and Rebecca Nanna have worked together for three years, as care coordinator and receptionist at Redwood Animal Hospital in downtown Redmond.
Free genealogy assistance from Sue Mitchell, an experienced researcher, is available on the first and third Tuesdays of the month, at 3:30 p.m. in the Computer Corner at the Redmond Senior Center, 8703 160th Ave. NE. Because there’s only three computers, you must sign up at the front desk or call (425) 556-2314 to reserve a spot.
A free family Halloween party will be hosted by the residents of Cascade Plaza Retirement Center, 7950 Willows Rd. NE in Redmond, from 1-3 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 25.
Washington Black Belt Academy, 8463 164th Ave. NE in Redmond will present free Kidnapping Prevention workshops, Saturday, Oct. 18, under the auspices of a group called Kicksafe (www.kicksafe.net). Three sessions will take place from 9-10 a.m., 10-11 a.m. and 11 a.m.-noon.
The legacies of Principal Jay Ellis lived on, in a special assembly held at Rose Hill Junior High (RHJH) last Friday.
Redwood Theatre opens its 25th anniversary season with “Night Must Fall,” a psychological thriller by Emlyn Williams, Oct. 10-25.
KING 5 News co-anchor Lori Matsukawa visited the Redmond Senior Center Wednesday to talk about the nationwide transition from analog to digital TV (DTV) and how to prepare for the change.
SecondStory Repetory’s Improv group returns for a second season with a new name, “Split 2nd Improv.”
Award-winning author Sherman Alexie addressed Language Arts students and teachers at Redmond High School (RHS) Sept. 25, wrapping up the Redmond Regional Library’s 2008 “One Book, One Redmond, One Summer” program.
Both seasoned professionals and newcomers to the wide world of digital arts will share expertise and insights at the Redmond Digital Arts Festival, Oct. 4-5.
You could buy a pumpkin at a supermarket. Or you could take a short jaunt off Redmond-Fall City Way and traipse through a profusion of pumpkins at Serres Farm, 20306 NE 50th St.
The Redmond Arts Commission will present the city’s first Digital Arts Festival, Oct. 4-5 at the Redmond High School Performing Arts Center, DigiPen Institute of Technology and the Old Redmond Schoolhouse Community Center.
The 2008 “One Book, One Redmond, One Summer” reading campaign is drawing to a close. On Friday, managing librarian Chris Livingston from the Redmond Regional Library led a discussion of this summer’s featured novel, Sherman Alexie’s “The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian” at the Redmond Senior Center.
Seventy four language groups are spoken among students in the Lake Washington School District (LWSD). The district’s ELL (English Language Learner) programs aim to help students gain English competency and success in all academic subjects while also honoring their native cultures.
D.C. Anderson, a singer/songwriter and actor currently appearing as Andre in “The Phantom of the Opera” at Seattle’s Paramount Theatre, will perform a concert of original songs to benefit the Redmond High School Cheer Boosters at 7 p.m. Monday, Sept. 22.