Join in for a public forum with all of Seattle's mayoral candidates. You will be overwhelmed by the epic onslaught of slightly different visions for the future of Seattle. free, but registration is required.
The Komen Foundation is holding its 20th Annual 5K Sound Race for the Cure to raise funds and awareness, celebrate survivors and honor those who have lost their battle to breast cancer. Seventy-five percent of the money raised at the Race will stay in Puget Sound to fund screenings, education, and treatment support, Komen says. The remaining twenty-five percent will fund global research to better diagnose, treat, and ultimately cure breast cancer. Registration and more info here. Prices vary.
Tell your elected representatives about your personal (political) issues and feelings (about policies and proposals). Free.
Stuck in a rut with the perennial job hunt? Join others in the same boat for a weekly community meeting where you'll have a chance to discuss resume building, applications, and everything else related to the job search. Free.
Meet up at Central Library's Level 4, Room 5 book club. Tell other readers about your favorite tomes, what you're reading right now, and what you're looking for next. Brown bag lunches are encouraged. Free.
A meeting with the Seattle Youth Commission, a group of young people, aged 13-19, gather to foster dialogue between other youths and elected city officials. Teenagers interested in city politics, here's the place you can go. Held in the Boards and Commissions Room, 2nd Floor. Free.
If you want to take a tour of the super shiny Central Library, sign up in person at the Level 3 Welcome Desk. Tours are first-come, first-served and are limited to 20 people. They last about an hour. Free.