June 17, 2015
Sometimes, the stars align to bring together two things to make one memorable union, from love-struck youths Romeo and Juliet to food pairings surf and turf.
Issaquah residents will be the beneficiary of a quirk of the calendar, when two of the Downtown Issaquah Association’s biggest events of the year fall on the same day.
The car show Fenders on Front Street is always on Father’s Day, which just so happens to fall on June 21, the same date for the annual Music Day.
July 11, 2014
NEW — 6 a.m. July 11, 2014
The next Downtown Issaquah Association ArtWalk is tonight from 6-9 p.m.
Visitors are invited to meet local business owners, enjoy live music, watch artists in action, and shop and dine downtown.
ArtWalk features up 50 artists working their wares in such genres as jewelry, photography, paintings, glass and metal work, sculpture and books.
June 17, 2014
Issaquah Make Music Day will help residents do just that.
The Downtown Issaquah Association will lead downtown merchants and all in attendance in a celebration of music June 21.
Front Street North will set the scene for more than 30 artists and musical performances. They will play from 4 p.m. until late into the night at 16 venues.
Issaquah Make Music Day will not exclude anyone who wishes to perform. The rest of the community can take part in making music of their own on the steps of City Hall at 6 p.m. There, a favorite of last year will return as the All Instrument Flash Mob, made up of musical members of the public, joins to perform “Louie, Louie.”
June 10, 2014
Someone has to make music and it might as well be the whole community.
For the second year in a row, the Downtown Issaquah Association will lead the city to join the rest of the world in International Music Day on June 21. With festivities highlighting the talents of the community, the day will offer plenty of opportunities to listen to and make music.
“It’s going to be pretty significant,” DIA Executive Director Karen Donovan said. “We’re going to have over 25 bands in seven outdoor locations, four regular venues and six nontraditional spots.”