After enduring three and a half years of near-total deadness at the Olympic Sculpture Park, I am inordinately overjoyed (is that redundant? I AM SO INORDINATELY OVERJOYED THAT I DON'T CARE!) at what's going down there now. The highlight is five brand-new ephemeral sculptures by contemporary artists (Jenny Heishman, Whiting Tennis, Andrew Dadson, Mungo Thomson, and Jessica Jackson Hutchins—each and every one awesome). Starting June 19, there'll be free yoga on Saturdays, and from July 15 to September 9, a farmers market will happen every Thursday. Now that's what outdoor sculpture can do for you. (Olympic Sculpture Park, 2901 Western Ave, 30 minutes before sunrise–30 minutes after sunset, free.)