THURS-20

TANGO--Beginning tango... the Argentine Way... steams up summer. If you bruise easily, wear well- fortified shoes. Dance on Capitol Hill, 324 15th Ave E, 325-5198, 8:30-9:45 pm, $7.


FRI-21

SEATTLE INTERNATIONAL JUGGLING FESTIVAL--Balls, rings, clubs, torches, bullwhips, shoes, and fruit will be flamesying as over 100 jugglers at the top of their form demonstrate their art. Center House, Seattle Center, 684-0765, call for event times, free.

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SAT-22

VINYL SLUTS DJ CONVENTION--Pick up spin tips and buy records at this third annual DJ fest, featuring vinyl from the collections of LSDJ, Supreme, Sureshot, Nasir, M.I.A., Wesley, Eva, Topcat, and more. ARO.space, 925 E Pike, 757-2532, 12 noon-6 pm, free.

WALK FOR KIDS--Support child-care scholarship programs by trotting around Green Lake. Call for a pledge form. Green Lake, 216-2535, 10 am, free.

GREENFEST 99--Carl Elliot, gardening expert, gets hot with summer crops--you can get dirty too, at Seattle Youth Garden Works' community gardening workshop. Center For Urban Horticulture, 3501 NE 41st St, 525-1213, 10 am-2 pm, free.

SEATTLE KNIGHTS RIDE--"Return to Nilka," a fantasy medieval tournament, jousts the trails to benefit Washington State Search and Rescue. Bridle Trails State Park, Kirkland, 522-1290, 12 noon-4 pm, donation.


SUN-23

CRAZY EIGHTS FUNDRAISER--A cabaret, rafflamese, and dinner benefiting Seattle's young theater company promises entertainment of the dramatic sort. NW Actors Studio Third Floor Lounge, 1100 E Pike St, 726-9196, 7 pm, $10.


TUES-25

YOUNG FEMINISTS--Talk about what feminism means to you, find community contacts, cultivate leadership, pound your fist on the table. Seattle Central Community College, Room 2115, 324-3063, 7 pm, free.