Valentine's Open House at Swedish/Issaquah

February 3, 2012 Swedish Blogger

Join us for a night out at Swedish!

What do a surgical robot and the Sammamish Symphony String Quartet have in common? You can see both at Swedish/Issaquah on Wednesday, Feb. 8 at 6 p.m.

Bring your valentine to this fun night out at Swedish — the Sammamish Symphony String Quartet will be holding a 90-minute performance starting at 6 p.m. Swedish is excited to host the quartet, so bring your family, friends and neighbors for this free community concert. It promises to be a fun, relaxed evening. While listening to the quartet’s beautiful music, you can also browse and shop our boutiques. The Shops at Swedish will remain open until 8 p.m. — find that special gift for your valentine, just in time for Valentine’s Day! Plus, complimentary chair massages will be offered in the Be Well shop — come take advantage of the mini massages.   
In addition, Swedish’s new robotic surgical system will be out on display; you can see the high-tech equipment used for knee surgeries up close! (Can't come, but interested in how the robots are used in knee surgeries? Check out these highlights from a live knee surgery.)
Cafe 1910 — Swedish/Issaquah’s cafe — will be open until 8 p.m. so stop by to meet our chefs and see what delicious food they have to offer. As an added treat during the event, Starbucks will offer a free tall drip of their featured Valentine’s Coffee — Verona.
See you on February 8 for the free performance!   

(Also, did you know February is heart month? If you need help finding heart-healthy recipes or making adjustments to your diet, we have a large variety of recipes for those who have been told by their physician to eat a heart-healthy diet or just want to try out new dishes. These recipes are dietitian approved through our partners at The Well Fed Heart. You can find them and other heart-healthy resources at - enjoy!)


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