WHITE CENTER JUBILEE--It all kicks off with a Pioneer Breakfast at the White Center Eagles hall ($4--ask Rick Bragg, it's the best deal in town). The parade starts at 10 am, of course, and Mae's sure to drag out that clown suit again--you know the one I'm talking about. A street fair, carnival, and beer garden (oh, jeez, don't tell Frank) round out the festivities. White Center, 15th Ave SW between SW 98th & SW 102nd, 762-6793, 7:30 am (breakfast)-6 pm, free.

BRITISH CAR SHOW--Over 500 vehicles on display at their finest, wot. Also, a swap meet, vendors, slot car racing, and a tea, of course. Clise Mansion Grounds, Marymoor Park, Redmond, 425-644-7874, 10 am-4 pm, free.

CLASSIC CAR AUCTION--More cars, wot, crossing the auction block. Promises 350 cars ranging from classics to exotic. Western Washington Fairgrounds, Puyallup,, 800-968-4444, 10 am-6 pm, free.


SEATTLE RAINBOW RIDE--Different Spokes, Seattle's bicycle club for lesbians, gays, and friends, welcomes people of all stripes to a non-competitive fundraising ride to benefit the Rails to Trails Conservancy. Register early, by mail only. Gasworks Park, 264-5529, $10.


KING COUNTY FAIR--How do you spice up a fair? Hire actors to break into spontaneous melodrama (fights, shrieks, love affairs), in period dress, at random locations throughout the fairgrounds. Yessir, I guess the carnies, the rodeo, and the logging competition just ain't enough anymore. King County Fairgrounds in Enumclaw,, 296-8888, 10 am-11 pm, through July 25, $7/$3.50.

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SEATTLE MIME THEATER PICNIC--The headline to this press release says, "Imagine a Picnic with Seattle Mime Theater." To be honest, I cannot. But it sure is intriguing. Presented as part of the Kent Summer Concert Series. Mill Creek Canyon Earthworks Park, 742 E Titus St, Kent, 253-856-5050, noon, free.

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