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303 Front Street North, Issaquah, WA 98027 MoreLess Info
The small theater size provides excellent seating throughout to watch the top notch productions. There is a full calendar of productions year round. Gift vouchers, season tickets and discounts are available.
Village Theater hosts art education and theater programs in addition to sponsoring live theater events. Audiences can experience classic musicals, original musical productions, and non-musical comedies or dramas performed by regional professionals.
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125 W Sunset Way, Issaquah, WA 98027 MoreLess Info
Seasonal guided tours during the spawning season are available, with limited tours available the rest of the year. There is a fiber optic map that shows the salmon migration journey, a native plant garden, a 10-foot long bronze Coho sculpture surrounded by salmon fossils from the ice age.
This park sits on the shores of Pine Lake and has two playgrounds, a baseball field, restrooms, a boat launch, swimming area, and a fishing pier; an annual calendar of events including live music, plays, and outdoor movies is available.
The Cinebarre Issaquah is a unique movie establishment that features the latest feature films. Guests can enjoy food and drink while taking in a film, and while the center is open to all ages, it caters to a more mature audience.
This day use park has over 6, 850 feet of lake side waterfront that is highlighted by deciduous forests, wetland vegetation, a salmon fertile creek, and a great-blue-heron rookery. There is also a boat launch.