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Community Events

  1. Farm Fresh & Fresh Flower Markets

    March 27, 2021, 9:00 AM - 2:00 PM @ Historic Shell Station

    Join the Downtown Issaquah Association at the Historic Shell Station this Spring for a weekly Fresh Flower & Farm Fresh Markets! Every Saturday from 9 a.m.- 2 p.m. starting March 27, 2021 and runs until April 24, 2021! Take advantage of the flower season and support local farmers while making your home or office beautiful!

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  2. Cascade Gardener: Proven Tips & Techniques for First-Time Gardeners

    March 27, 2021, 10:00 AM @ Virtual

    Cascade Water Alliance is pleased to provide the 2021 Cascade Gardener virtual class series. All classes are free and will be held through Zoom. Presenters are regional gardening experts who will help you create beautiful gardens and landscapes that are water efficient and sustainable.

    In this class you will learn how to get started with simple tips and helpful resources for a beautiful, sustainable and low-maintenance garden. Peggy Campbell shares practical techniques that are easy on you and the environment. Discover how to keep weeds out, pests at bay, and water use low while growing a healthier garden.

    Space is limited, so register today.

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Parks & Community Services

  1. Youth: Racism Awareness Conference

    March 27, 2021, 3:30 PM - 5:30 PM @ Virtual

    This conference, hosted by the Issaquah Youth Advisory Board, seeks to educate younger youth on racism and the ways we see it in our country today. They hope to open up discussions regarding racism in which the youth will have a safe place to share their thoughts so attendees can better understand current events. This event will be specifically in the context of the experience and oppression of Black Americans.

    All youth welcome between grades 6-12.

    Zoom Meeting information will be provided upon registration (rsvp to gain access).

    Workshops/Breakout Room Topics:

    Types of Subtle Racism
    Anger and Social Change
    Systemic and Institutionalized Racism
    The Influence of the Media

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