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  1. Strategic Plan: Community Open House

    June 20, 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM @ Issaquah Depot

    We heard from you! In April and May, 1,300 people responded via an online survey; community-led meetings; focus groups; and “pop-ups” at public events. Following a workshop with community partners, the City recently identified five draft priority topics for our future Citywide Strategic Plan. Join us at this open house to learn more, and provide your feedback.

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  2. Solarize Issaquah: Free Solar Workshop

    June 21, 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM @ King County Library System Service Center

    The City of Issaquah is launching a Solarize Campaign and we invite you to be a part of it! Solarize Issaquah is a collaborative effort of the City of Issaquah, the nonprofit Spark Northwest and community volunteers designed to bring solar energy to homes and businesses in Issaquah. This is a limited-time campaign that brings neighbors together to save time and money through the group purchase of solar systems. A group of community volunteers recently selected Northwest Solar & Electric as our solar installation partner for the campaign. Join us for a free workshop to learn about maintenance, costs, incentives, financing, and the process for going solar. Participants must attend one of four free workshops offered this year.

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  3. Meaningful Movies of Issaquah - "Storied Streets"

    June 22, 6:30 PM @ Issaquah Depot Museum

    "Storied Streets" explores homelessness across America by telling the stories of those who live it every day. This documentary profiles the homeless and the formerly homeless, and their struggle to survive. Their stories are real, raw and compelling.

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  4. Use It Up: From Leftovers to Lunch!

    June 30, 3:00 PM - 5:30 PM @ PCC Community Markets - Issaquah

    Join us and PCC Community Markets for a free class focused on reducing food waste. We’ll review ways to use up a bounty of fruits and vegetables; how to incorporate leftover ingredients into easy meals; and proper storage techniques.

    Chef Rachel will demonstrate Sparkling Fruit Shrub; Harissa Carrot Dip; Summer Minestrone Soup with Carrot-top-and-Greens Pesto; Odds and Ends Quick Frittata; Fresh Salad with Homemade Herb Dressing; and Easy Banana Chocolate Soft-Serve Ice Cream with Cacao Nibs. Class is vegetarian, with dairy and eggs.

    Feeling inspired to reduce food waste at home? Take Issaquah’s Food: Too Good to Waste Challenge.

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