A section of Northeast Juanita Drive near Kirkland reopened Tuesday after a Christmas Day mudslide.

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A section of Northeast Juanita Drive near Kirkland reopened Tuesday after a Christmas Day mudslide.


King County road crews cleared the mudslide and reopened the closed road, between Northeast 116th Place and 86th Avenue Northeast, Tuesday afternoon.


Several roads were closed last weekend because of rainfall and flooding. For more information about closures, go to www.metrokc.gov/go/alerts/roads/webpost.cfm.


Mercer Island

Day-care providers


may apply for space


Mercer Island is taking applications for day-care providers at the new Community Center at Mercer View, which opened Dec. 10.


The city has three 1,000-square-foot spaces in the center’s north annex that could be used as day-care facilities.


Applications are due Jan. 31.


For more information, go to www.miparks.net or call Curt Brees at 206-236-3542.

Issaquah

Tickets go on sale


for “Golden Pond”


Tickets are on sale now for the Village Theatre production of “On Golden Pond,” featuring Tony-Award nominated actors Clayton Corzatte and Jeanne Paulsen. The show will run from Jan. 18 to Feb. 26 in Issaquah and March 3-19 at the Everett Performing Arts Center.


Paulsen was nominated for a Tony for her work in “The Kentucky Cycles” and Corzatte for “The School of Scandal.” Other cast members include Susan Corzatte, Eric Ray Anderson, Jim Gall and Michael Moore.


Dates and times vary in Issaquah, with selected Tuesday and Sunday evening shows and Saturday matinees in addition to the regular Wednesday-to-Saturday 8 p.m. shows and 2 p.m. Sunday matinees. Tickets run $24-$48 in Issaquah and $20-$44 in Everett.


The Issaquah box-office number is 425-392-2202; Everett’s is 425-257-8600. For more information or to order online go to www.villagetheatre.org.


Kirkland


McIalwain to head


Edmonds arts center


Joseph McIalwain, development director for the Kirkland Performance Center, has been named executive director of the Edmonds Center for the Arts.


The Edmonds Public Facilities District, which hired McIalwain, is overseeing an $18.5 million renovation of the site of the former Edmonds High School at 410 Fourth Ave. N. The project’s centerpiece is a 1939 Art Moderne auditorium, which is being reconfigured into a state-of-the-art performance hall that will seat up to 740 people.


McIalwain’s first challenge will be raising the final $4 million needed to complete the construction.


The Cascade Symphony Orchestra, the Olympic Ballet Theatre, the Edmonds Community College theater program, the Choir of the Sound and other arts groups will share the facility, which is scheduled to reopen in December 2006.

Bothell

Bothell, Everett


to share students


The University of Washington, Bothell has launched a dual-enrollment program for students from Everett Community College.


Students admitted into the program become official students at both schools and can take classes at both schools.


Students can complete their associate’s degree at Everett Community College while taking upper-level courses at UW Bothell. They also can combine credits to achieve full-time status for financial aid and GI Bill benefits and apply benefits at both schools.


For more information about the dual-enrollment program, call UW Bothell at 425-352-5317.


Seattle Times Eastside bureau