Sammamish Club 2115 NW Poplar Way, Issaquah, WA98027 The Sammamish Club is a family-friendly facility where members enjoy personal training, tennis programs, group…More exercise classes, a swimming pool, a weight and cardio room and massage and spa services. Complimentary tours are provided.
Sahalee Country Club is a member-owned private club located in the Sahalee gated community. The golf course is…More nestled among soaring evergreen trees and perfectly manicured lawns.</p>
<p>Sahalee has hosted notable golf events such as the 1998 PGA Championship, 2002 NEC World Golf Championship, 2010 USGA Senior Open.</p>
<p>Membership is available by application only.</p>
Tutoring Club 755 NW Gilman Blvd, Issaquah, WA98027 Tutoring Club offers several forms of academic performance assistance to the city of Issaquah. It focuses on providing…More after-school tutoring for students, grades K-12, in mathematics, reading and writing. Test prep and help for adults is also available in the spacious classroom-modeled setting. In the front of the club, six tables and a whiteboard are set up for tutoring times, with offices in the back. Questions and comments can be sent through the website or directed in person.
The Plateau Club opened in 1997 and offers members and guests an 18-hole golf course in Sammamish. Masatsugu Saito…More and Perry Dye designed the 7,200-yard golf course, which takes players through forests.</p>
<p>The location also has a 37,500-square-foot Clubhouse, which has dining options, golf shop and locker rooms with with separate saunas for men and women.</p>
<p>The Club has swimming facilities, fitness room and childcare. Memberships can be purchased for golfing, dining and recreation.</p>
Quality Food Centers 4570 Klahanie Dr SE, Issaquah, WA98029 Located at Klahanie Shopping Center, this QFC offers organic groceries, fresh flowers, and free wi-fi. Features at this…More location include a pharmacy and a book depository, online club card savings, and self-checkout stands.
The Mad Scrapper 1590 NW Gilman Blvd, Issaquah, WA98027 The Mad Scrapper, located in the QFC Shopping Center, has been providing customers with all the latest trends in…More scrapbooking since 1998. They offer classes of every description and some are free. A kids club is held on the 2nd Friday of every month and includes a pizza dinner and a mini-project to take home.
Columbia Athletic Clubs 2930 228th Ave SE, Sammamish, WA98075 Columbia Athletic Clubs at Pine Lake offers more than the average health club. This facility has a full gym as well as…More an indoor 25-yard swimming pool, sauna, hot tub, steam room, tennis courts and gymnasium. This location is very family friendly and offers children's programs such as after school programs and birthday parties.
East Sammamish Park NE 16th St and 214th Ave NE, Sammamish, WA98074 East Sammamish Park covers 19 acres and is complete with play areas for kids ages 2 to 5 and for older…More children as well. It also has walking areas, tennis courts and two baseball diamonds. The park was operated by King County government, but after Sammamish incorporated it in 1999, the city took over its operations and maintenance. The park is located on Northeast 16th Street, sitting south of Sahalee Country Club and west of Sahalee Road.
Eastside Recording Parties 753 Bear Ridge Dr NW, Issaquah, WA98027 Eastside Recording Parties is a service provided by DBAR Productions, providing a professional recording studio…More environment for kids and their friends to experience a "Rock Star Party". Parties are available in a variety of packages which include photo shoots with Dj Club background lighting, recording sets, gifts and refreshments. Optional extras can be added, including a music video shoot, additional songs, a limo ride, custom catering, professional wardrobe and hair/makeup, as well as a professional vocal coach.
The Northeast Sammamish Sewer and Water District is the smaller agencies of the two on the Sammamish Plateau.…More This district sits in the north part of Sammamish, near the Sahalee Country Club.</p>
<p>More than 3,250 customers receive water service from the district, according to the district's website. About 4,700 customers receive sewer service from the agency.</p>
<p>The agency, which is governed by a three-member commission, began in 1969 as the Sahalee Sewer District.</p>
<p>Customers can pay bills by mail or using the drop box at the district's office. The district also has an <a href="http://www.nesswd.org/autopay.htm">automatic payment</a> option.</p>
Creekside Elementary School opened in the fall of 2010 and welcomes students from kindergarten to the 5th…More grade. Creekside is Issaquah School District's 15th elementary school.</p>
<p>The school has 28 classrooms housed in an energy-efficient building with a faculty of 25 instructors. Nearly all the teachers have campus websites to communicate with families. The school's yard has covered play areas.</p>
<p>The school mascot is the Otter. Creekside offers an enrichment program called the Otter Club, which operates before and after school. The <a href="http://www.issaquah.wednet.edu/documents/maps/Creekside.pdf">attendance area</a> is largely south of Southeast 8th Street and west of 228th Avenue Southeast.</p>
The Pine Lake Community Center is a venue on the Sammamish Plateau that can be rented to hold weddings, parties,…More meetings, receptions and other events.</p>
<p>The center's lodge was built in 1938 and can hold about 150 people. In addition to parties and receptions, the lodge is the site of various <a href="https://firstname.lastname@example.org&ctz=America/Los_Angeles&gsessionid=OK">classes</a>, including exercise, yoga and dance.</p>
<p>As of December 2010, the <a href="http://www.pinelakecommunityclub.com/rental.html">rental price</a> for Friday from 5pm to midnight was $300, plus a $100 non-refundable cleaning fee. On Sundays, the rental fee is $40 per hour, plus a $100 non-refundable cleaning fee.</p>
<p>The site also has a baseball or softball field as well as a gravel parking lot.</p>
<p>The nonprofit group, which is privately owned, also calls itself the Pine Lake Community Club. The office phone is 425-392-4041. An information phone number is 425-392-2313.</p>
The King County Library System operates the Sammamish Library, which is located on city property in the…More 30-acre Sammamish Commons. In January 2010, the Sammamish Library opened its doors at this location with 15,000 new books, CDs, movies, magazines and other materials. The branch has more than 100,000 library materials and residents are known for attending its events and using services. The library, a parternship between the city and county, offers visitors 19,500 square feet of space, including meetings rooms and an open study area with tables. The total space is nearly twice the size of the old library building, which opened in 1998 and was located one mile away.</p>
<p>The library offers story times for kids, including sessions in Spanish and Hindi, a teen writing group, classes for people learning English and a book club for adults. The library also has computer classes.</p>
<p>There is a children's section, a larger meeting room and the main study area which has a fireplace, tables, cushioned chairs and views through floor-to-ceiling glass windows. Friends of Sammamish Library, a community group, supports programs for young people and adults by selling used books and holding fundraisers. </p>
Elizabeth Blackwell Elementary School offers some views of Lake Sammamish and serves neighborhoods in the…More northwestern part of Sammamish. The campus, which opened in 1998, is named after the first woman in the United States to earn her medical degree.</p>
<p>It serves children from kindergarten to the 6th grade. In recent years, the campus has stressed reading, as well as daily reading and technology. In October 2009, the campus had an enrollment of 555 students with boys making up 52 percent of pupils and girls composing 48 percent.</p>
<p>During the 2009-10 academic year, the teaching staff had 32 instructors. Each had an average of 13 years of experience. Nearly 69 percent of all teachers had earned their master's degrees.</p>
<p>As part of the Lake Washington School District, the school feeds to Inglewood Jr. High School and Eastlake High School. The <a href="http://www.lwsd.org/Schools/District-Map/Pages/Default.aspx?mapType=El">attendance area</a> is mainly north of Bill Reams East Sammamish Park and west of Sahalee Way Northeast. The campus is west of the Sahalee Country Club.</p>
Cascade Ridge Elementary School serves …More href="http://www.issaquah.wednet.edu/documents/maps/Cascade.pdf">neighborhoods</a> in Sammamish's southeast, mainly families living on and near Trossachs Boulevard Southeast.</p>
<p>In October 2009, the school had an enrollment of 558 students, ranging from kindergarten to the 5th grade. Of that number, nearly 56 percent were girls. The school had 35 teachers during the 2009-10 academic year, each with an average of nine years of experience. More than half of all instructors - or 57 percent - had received their master's degrees.</p>
<p>The school boasts strong PTSA involvement and thousands of volunteer hours from parents and community members. The school also has received a School of Distinction award, given by the Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction.</p>
<p>The state honors schools with the award when students do better than the average performance in statewide reading and writing tests.</p>
<p>The school mascot is the coyote. The Coyote Club is the school's before- and after-school enrichment program. On clear days, visitors can enjoy mountain views.</p>