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.


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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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., 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.


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.


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.