3 to See: Week of Mar. 14th

Historic Tiger Mountain Mine Hike

Issaquah’s Tiger Mountain is home to a dense history riddled with crime and deception. At 10 a.m. on Saturday, March 16, take a hike with the experts from Issaquah History Museums and learn about the lives of conmen and henchmen in the early 20th century, who once walked on the same trails. This is part of a larger series of history hikes led by Issaquah History Museums. Claim your spot for Saturday’s hike and learn about the history hike program here.

Meydenbauer Bay Park’s Grand Opening

The new and improved Meydenbaur Bay Park features a public swimming beach, a pedestrian pier, a children’s playground area, standup paddleboard rentals, and more. Join the Grand Opening Ceremony of this new community hub on March 16. The ribbon-cutting ceremony will take place at 11 a.m., followed by live music and activities for the whole family. Read up on what to expect from the event, as well as the park’s exciting new features, here.

St. Patrick’s Day Celebration

That’s right; America’s favorite Irish holiday is fast approaching. Do you have plans yet? Well, now you do. Join the renowned electric violinist Geoffrey Castle for an evening of Celtic music and Irish dancing. This is Castle’s 14th annual St. Patrick’s Day Celebration, so you can bet on a quality show. Join the tradition at Kirkland Performance Center at 8 p.m. on Sunday, March 17. Learn more about the show here.

 


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