THURS-24

TEEN WATERCOLOR CLASS--12-18-year-olds are invited to make a mess. The class will be taught by professional artist and illustrator Molly Hashimoto. All supplies are included. Beacon Hill Library, 2519 15th Ave S, 684-4711, 2:30 pm, free.


FRI-25

VOLUNTEER!--Male camp counselors needed for a summer camp in western Washington for children who have muscular dystrophy. Must be at least 16 years old. Call Rosemary Owens, 253-627-7575.


SAT-26

WOMEN'S RAINBOW HEALTH FAIR--26 organizations pull up uncomfortable chairs to card tables and dispense advice and health screenings. Also featuring a public forum on "Lesbian Health Care: Are You Getting What You Need?" SCCC Student Activities Center, Broadway & Pine, 323-6540, 1 pm-4 pm, free.


SUN-27

MIDSOMMARFEST--All things Nordic are celebrated in this 40th annual festival, which features music, a Midsummer pole, a Nordic fashion show, and lotsa food. Frank Rabb Park, Poulsbo, WA, 784-7470, 11 am- 6 pm, $5.


TUES-29

KVETCHING CONTEST--Out here in the middle of yenemsveldt, there's a lot to kvetch about: weather, traffic, work, your personal life. Pick a category and schnell down to Seattle's miniature version of the legendary Katz's Deli. Afterward, you can gnosh a half-sour pickle. Roxy's Deli, 1909 1st Ave, pastramisandwich.com, 4 pm-7 pm, $5 donation goes to Meals on Wheels.

INDIAN COOKING LESSONS--Fremont's Still Life Coffeehouse kicks off its second series of cooking classes with plenty of panache--or is that Ganesh? Still Life, 709 N 35th St, 547-9850, 6:30 pm, $45.

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