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1. Terrarium Making and Beer Tasting
Craft a plant-filled glass terrarium and taste three different Redhook brews.
2. Pet College 101: From Stray to Stay
Before you adopt a rescue animal, join Seattle Humane's Disa Emerson "and her canine co-host" to learn how to properly prepare.
3. Herbs in an Hour
If living in a tiny apartment is the only thing stopping you from growing your own edible plants, you're in luck. This class will teach you how to grow herbs in your kitchen, and you'll go home with organic, non-GMO seeds. Plus, you'll be treated to a complimentary cocktail and samples of herb-infused salts, vinegars, and butters.
4. Animal Trivia Night
Support the work of the Seattle Animal Shelter by testing your knowledge of animals of all kinds.
5. Disaster Night!
Test your knowledge of all the terrifying ways Mother Nature can mess with our sorry butts at this quiz show about the "Big One," eruptions, and other calamities.
6. Trivia Tuesday: Bob's Burgers
Release into the world the factoids you hold about the animated comedy series.
7. Art in the Backcountry
Local artist and mountaineer Nikki Frumkin will inspire some Northwest wanderlust with her nature photographs and talk about how to make art in the backcountry. Anastasia & Rose will play live music.
8. Heidi Estey and Seth Goodkind: Memory Palaces
Drawn to vintage creepiness, non-human animals, and "the dark conflict between humanity and artifice"? Push/Pull artists Seth Goodkind and Heidi Estey's "dysphoric portraiture" turns history on its head.
9. Full Throttle Comedy
Michael Quu will host this evening of laughs with the Full Throttle Comedy showcase, once a New York outfit and now a popular touring event.
10. Bon Appétit!
Lovers of light opera and cake will enjoy this operetta about Julia Child making cake, Bon Appétit!, as well as other treats (including a slice of cake, included in the ticket price).
11. Weekday Vigils at Seattle ICE Office
Join the Community Alliance for Global Justice every weekday morning outside Seattle's ICE offices to protest the Trump administration's unconstitutional persecution of immigrants at America's southern border.
12. Clay? VII Exhibition
The seventh edition of this biennial presents diverse works in ceramics.
13. Olivia Knapp x Urban ArtWorks Mural Celebration
Celebrate Olivia Knapp and Urban ArtWorks' new mural by sipping a "mural-inspired beer" and seeing the piece's unveiling.
14. Don’t Displace the Southend: Town Hall
Join a community discussion with a panel of local leaders advocating against the displacement of longtime residents.
15. Fresh Hop Picking Party 2018
Help harvest fresh hops right off the vine to be used in Two Beers Brewing's Fresh Hop IPA, and enjoy free beer and cider for your troubles.
16. Orange Wine
Quaff gorgeously vibrant, citrus-hued wines, with two different distributors each night.
17. Side Hustle Doughnites Pop-Up
Ice cream and doughnuts are rapidly taking over the Seattle food landscape, and at this new pop-up, Side Hustle Doughnuts will bring the city's obsessions together by teaming up with ice cream pop-up Sweet Bumpas to create ice cream-filled mini doughnuts.
18. Fort George Game Night: Magic + 3way
Play a few rounds of Magic the Gathering in a Fort George booster draft, or bring your own deck and play the game with your friends. Beer specials will abound.
19. Piano Starts Here: The Music of Fats Waller, Willie "The Lion" Smith, Duke Ellington, James P. Johnson, and Luckey Roberts
Piano Starts Here as a series showcases the work of musical icons who contributed to the knowledge and appreciation of the instrument. This iteration celebrates the jazz and swing legends who pioneered the Harlem Stride style, with the music of Fats Waller, Willie "The Lion" Smith, Duke Ellington, James P. Johnson, and Luckey Roberts. Musicians for the evening will be playing on the Royal Room's Steinway B grand piano.
20. We Love the 90's Karaoke and Costume Party
Take the phrase "'90s hair metal," adapt it into an outfit, and follow your wild heart all the way to West Seattle for an Aqua Net-filled dance party. There you'll find drink specials, costume contests, and retro tunes.
21. Millennial AF Comedy Show
Amateur millennial comics Kim Phan, Narin Vann, Derek Sheen, Chris Mejia, Samantha Rund, and John Gardner will use their hip lingo to wrangle laughs.
22. Totally '90s Sing Along
The beer-and-wine-serving cinema presents two hours of beloved music videos from the 1990s—Nirvana! TLC! Spice Girls!—fully subtitled on the big screen. Lots of folks go to sing along, and sing along they do, but I always end up fascinated into silence by the lyrics running across the screen, which turn a sing-along into something close to a literary event. You'll be left with a mind abuzz with questions: How exactly does one pay another's automo-bills? And who knew Prince wrote so much about death? DAVID SCHMADER
WEDNESDAY-SUNDAYFOOD & DRINK
23. 2nd Annual Pink Drink Week
Don your fave flamingo-hued finery and imbibe brightly colored beer, wine, cider, and cocktails.
24. The Winter's Tale
As part of GreenStage Shakespeare in the Park and Backyard Bard, Freehold Theatre will perform Shakespeare's The Winter's Tale, a mishmash of comedy and brutal drama.
25. Embrace the Chaos: Pop-up Music/Art Show
Go wild at an arts party free-for-all with dozens of musicians, artists, filmmakers, comics-makers, photographers, acrobats, and more. Pick up some clothes or other goods and celebrate local creativity of all kinds.
26. Funtivities in the CID
Shop, eat, and dance your way through Chinatown all afternoon, hitting up different local businesses for fun activities like the the Happy Hour Food Walk, free kids' face painting at the Community Center, a design party in Hing Hay Park, a Summer AAPI Arts & Crafts Fair at Hing Hay Coworks, and the third annual JamFest at Wing Luke Museum.
27. Summer Picnic
Soak up the last of the day's sun by playing lawn games, listening to live music by Lydia Ramsey, and filing up on food from Don Lucho's, Rancho Bravo, Thai U Up, and Where Ya At Matt. Molly Moon's will provide free ice cream while supplies last.
28. JamFest 2018
The third annual JamFest enlivens the historic International District with live music sets, cabaret and burlesque performances, art, and food specials. A donation at the front gets you into all involved music venues (including Chiyo's Garden, Nihonmachi Alley, and Canton Alley). The lineup includes Julz Ilang-Bulan, Sendai Era, Groove Clan, Siahna, DJ Magic Sean, and many others.
29. Cadence Tour de France Wine Tasting
If you can't make it to Europe for the Tour de France, settle for a wine tasting, live viewing, and discussion with "cycling enthusiast" Ben Smith.
30. Flatstick Pub South Lake Soirée!
The putt-putt pub will open its largest location yet in South Lake Union with new installations from local artist Henry. Celebrate with mini golf, beer and cider, and "elevated beer bites."
32. Death of the Party Launch Party
This party celebrates Ragnarokr Games' newest card creation, Death of the Party. Buy a deck for yourself and learn how to play.
33. Earshot Series: Jazz, The 2nd Century
Jazz: The 2nd Century is a long-standing program by Earshot Jazz that invites Seattle musicians to creatively consider the future of jazz, and what that could look like, in resulting performative interpretations. Each night showcases original compositions by Seattle artists, and is curated by different peer groups within our local music community through a blind jury process from responses to a general call for submissions.
34. Bradley Bagshaw: Georges Bank
Bradley Bagshaw's debut novel, Georges Bank, follows a fisherman who works in icy conditions in a certain port city (Seattle), and his love affair with a "feisty woman" who used to own a brothel but doesn't anymore.
35. Linda Castillo: A Gathering of Secrets
This thriller is all about the "dark side of Amish life," including murder, cover-ups, and violent secrets.
36. Common Place
This joint show featuring South African artist Thenjiwe Niki Nkosi and Brazilian painter Sergio Lucena "examines the rapport between individual and collective manifestations."
38. The King County Fair
This annual summer festival promises live music, vendors, food, 4-H classes, and more.
39. Nearly Dan
Steely Dan were one of the smartest bands to consistently rack up platinum records. They got away with singing blisteringly acerbic lyrics and executing complex key changes and tricky time signatures while accruing crazy air time on commercial radio, back when that meant something. So a band dedicated to paying tribute to Steely Dan has to be sharper than your typical homage outfit. Nearly Dan’s 12 members (who’ve played with Ray Charles, the Four Tops, the Temptations, Gladys Knight, and, most importantly, Huey Lewis) are up to the task, interpreting the hits and deep cuts with a professionalism that would impress Donald Fagen and the late Walter Becker’s accountants. DAVE SEGAL
40. ARC Summer Dance at the Center
Once again, ARC Dance will stage world premieres of works blending ballet and modern styles by choreographers from across the country (plus one from Canada): Bruce McCormick, Wen Wei, Jason Ohlberg, Marika Brussel, and Paul DeStooper.
41. Making Waves: Disability Theatre Project
Andrea Kovich will organize a series of play readings by playwrights with disabilities through Sound Theatre Company.
42. Six | Fog
The multimedia theater HERON Ensemble will stage a double feature: Idris Goodwin's "Six," about six pairs of diverse and disparate people forming connections, and Samantha Cooper's "Fog."
43. Chris Cornell Tribute Night
Celebrate the spirit of Northwest legend and ex-Soundgarden and Audioslave frontman Chris Cornell with live tribute sets from Soundgarden and Temple of the Dog tribute group Outshined and Blue Helix.
44. Drake Vs. Kanye
Support two titans of hiphop with this DJ-helmed tribute to the music of Drake and Kanye West.
45. Madonna vs Lady Gaga Dance Party
Get in on this all-mashup throwdown dance party, featuring DJ Indica Jones, paying tribute to the first ladies of pop, Madonna and Lady Gaga.
46. That Block Party Costs Too Much
If the Capitol Hill Block Party is out of your price range but you don't want to miss out on a bunch of artists in one place, opt for this eight-buck alternative featuring eight local bands.
47. Crooners & Queens: A Vintage Drag Show
Harken back to the years between 1920 to 1959 at this vintage drag show with local queens like Bosco, Britt Brutality, Hera Diamandis Victoria Amoré, and Vincent Milay.
48. INTIMAN & SCT's Tortilla & Tequila Party
Kill two birds with one stone—the first bird being learning how to make tortillas and the second bird being supporting local theater—at this cooking class with Intiman executive director Phillip Chavira. The second generation Mexican American local will share his family’s recipes for fresh tortillas, plus some of his other favorite Mexican dishes. Oh, and there'll be a tequila tasting.
49. Part Negro Baby Wanted
Hear the story of a black woman who grew up in an all-white family in 1980s Seattle, and come away having learned about "how to approach a black woman's hair and the topic of candy."
50. Hot Tin Streetcar: Tennessee Williams Improvised
Tragic fantasists, macho brutes, frustrated wives, closeted hunks...Meet them all in this improvised take on the oeuvre of the famous southern playwright.
51. Bremerton Summer BrewFest
Hop on a ferry to Bremerton to taste more than 100 fruit-infused craft beers from 36 Washington breweries. While you sip, enjoy live music and food.
52. 43rd Annual Pig Roast
Try your hand at turning a whole pig on a spit at this free annual community potluck that's been going on since 1975—bring a tasty dish of your own to share.
53. The Alley Protest Party
Dance in solidarity with the families seeking asylum at our borders at this weekend-long art party at Capitol Cider. The bar will have an immigration-themed art installation in the alley all three days, with a '70s-themed party each night with a DJ, hustle lessons, and a full bar. All proceeds will go straight to the Northwest Immigrant Rights Project.
54. Under the Block Party 2018
For that Block Party experience off, under, or around the block, hit up this weekend of soul and funk music from Capitol Cider, with two nights of live sets from Holy Pistola, Bad News Botanists, Cecil Moses & The SGs, and Marshal Law Band.
55. The Two Kids Who Blow Shit Up
Two young kids have to make friends when their parents start making love. Surprisingly, despite their initial antipathy, each kid grows up to be the most important person in the other's life.
56. Sequim Lavender Weekend
Sequim, a city nestled in a "rain shadow" of the Olympics, receives about the same amount of rain each year as Los Angeles. We assume this is the reason its fields are particularly abundant with fragrant lavender in the summertime. Take a weekend to visit its farms and nurseries to reap the bounties of the purple plant.
57. Darrington Bluegrass Festival 2018
The Darrington Bluegrass Festival has been going strong for 42 years running, with a lineup of live bluegrass jams, food, booze, and vendor booths, all set against the natural backdrop of beautiful Darrington. This year's headliners include Dave Adkins, Band of Ruhks, Volume Five, Sister Sadie, and many others.
58. Seafair Indian Days Pow Wow
Join the United Tribes of All Indians in the 30th annual festival of music, dance, and food. Snack on some frybread, buy art from Native vendors, see the pow wow dancing, and join in during the Intertribal part of the festivities.
59. Vashon Island Strawberry Festival
Vashon Island will celebrate its 109th Strawberry Festival with a grand parade, a classic car show, live music, vendors, an "alternative carnival," a pancake breakfast, and more.
60. Forest Song
Mortal and mythical worlds collide when a forest nymph named Mavka falls in love with a human youth named Lukash, causing a dramatic clash between the forest's "carefree beauty" and the human world's jealousy-driven ethos. This English-language adaptation of the classic piece of Ukrainian literature includes mythological beings from Slavic folklore and an original score based on folk music from the Volyn region.
61. The Tempest
The Primrose Players will tackle Shakespeare's rather weird final play (that is, the last play he alone wrote, according to scholars). Prospero, the ruler of a conquered island, shipwrecks his enemies and leaves them at his mercy, but his distant, godlike judgment is challenged when his daughter falls for one of the prisoners.
62. Behaving Differently
Painters from the two US coasts—among others, Junko Yamamoto and Luke Armitstead—stretch the definitions of painting, exploring the margins of the art form.
63. Embroidery Class = Trucker Hat
Get ready for the long haul—sartorially speaking—by embroidering your own (or a provided) weird design on a trucker hat. This class, taught by Maxx Follis-Goodkind, is a great deal—supplies and instruction are included.
64. Mel Carter and Francesa Lohmann: The weather was fine & the sea & the sky were both blue & soft
The artists describe this art happening thus: "This work is something in between a window display, a bazaar, a yard sale, a picnic, and a temporary installation. It is an arrangement of things, available for barter and trade, without money as a governing intermediary." Go check it out.
65. Ornament Extravaganza
It's never too early to start preparing for the holidays, especially if you're one of those terrifyingly proactive people. Pick up a hand-made glass ornament by the makers of glassybaby votives and take home a glassybaby as well. There will also be light refreshments.
Youth, novice, intermediate, and master beach grain sculptors will have four to six hours to craft a pile of sand into an architectural masterpiece at this annual sandcastle-building competition.
The talented Erica McIntyre of the improv group Yeah Okay will deliver a fake Ted Talk, gently (?) mocking Seattle "tech culture" and business school talks. This show has been performed at the Women in Comedy Festival.
68. 6th Annual Car Show 4 Kids
Show off your prized hot rod or vintage car or truck to raise money for the Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation.
69. Cedar River Salmon Journey
Witness the Cedar River salmon migration, an annual journey wherein salmon swim from the ocean, through the Ballard Locks, into Lake Washington, and up the river to spawn.
70. Dog Days of Summer 2018 Pub/Pup Crawl
Take your dog for a walk, cool off with a Watermelon Kolsch, and enjoy canine activities and raffles at participating Everett watering holes.
71. Dog Days of Summer 5K
Run a scenic (and flat) course with your dog, then enjoy a puppy parade, a dog costume contest, a dog-and-owner lookalike contest, and more activities revolving around your adored pet.
72. Farm Fest
Get a taste of farm life with cooking and gardening demonstrations, self-guided tours, and more on the Rainier Beach property. Local businesses will serve up refreshments, and there will be live music.
Your pup could win a prize for "Most Colorful," "Most Creative," "Best Dog and Owner Combo," and "Best Dog and Kid Combo" in this free parade. Enter your pooch or just come by to fawn over those of others.
74. Walla Walla Sweet Onion Festival
The official Washington State vegetable can make you cry on a dime, but it also adds character to almost any savory dish, just like a true heartbreaker. This annual festival along downtown Walla Walla's Main Street hosts onion growers, BBQ cook-offs, a farmer's market, a fun run, a grape stomp (Walla Walla's famous for its wine, too), a classic car show, and more.
75. FHCAM SkyFair
Vintage aircraft will cruise through the skies as military tanks roam the grounds. After you get an eyeful of those, catch a screening of Disney's Moana and graze from food trucks.
76. 2nd Annual Anderson Summer School Brewfest
School's out for summer, but you can seek out some extracurricular edification at this beer festival with 59 handcrafted ales and 8 ciders from McMenamins as well as local guest breweries and cideries. Admission is free, and multiple bands will provide live music.
77. Bad Jimmy's Brewing BEER RUN!
Run a "5k-ish course" through Ballard in pursuit of a beer waiting for you at the finish line. A portion of proceeds will benefit America Scores Seattle.
78. Chocolate & Opera
Ever heard chocolate, or tasted music? Opera singer-slash-chocolate tasting guide Diana Alivia, creator of Diva Synesthesia, will create a "multi-sensory experience for the audience through a delightful combination of music and flavor" by performing songs and arias alongside Seattle Symphony harpist Valerie Muzzolin, as you taste a variety of artisan chocolate from indi selected to perfectly complement the "character and mood" of the music.
79. I Love the 90's Bash
Do you love the '90s? Do you want to let the whole block know about it? Here's your chance to wear your best era-appropriate getup, slap on a bracelet, and drink your way through downtown with a group of likeminded individuals.
80. New Deal's Prohibition Picnic and Champagne Sunset Social
Enjoy all the fun parts of the Prohibition era (the casual glamour and jazz) without the not-fun parts (the illegal alcohol) at this swing dance picnic. Bring your tea cups and your dancing shoes.
81. Summer Beer Taste: Brewkilau
At the 13th annual summer beer tasting from the Phinney Neighborhood Association, adopt a tropical state of mind and try 10 tastes from 34 local microbreweries and cideries, plus munch on complimentary pub snacks like popcorn and pretzels and purchase pork, ahi, or quinoa sliders ($5 each) from the Barking Dog Alehouse.
82. Wellness Pop-Up: Energize + Optimize
City Sweats, Voda Health, Skoah, Jujubeet, and Plantdoh will provide "sweat therapy," vitamin shots, nutrient-rich juices, and healthy cookies to fuel you through the rest of your day.
83. Fat Kid Dance Party Seattle!
Music lovers who were bullied or otherwise not accepted for their weight growing up are invited to reclaim the dance floor with instructor and body liberation activist Bevin.
84. MVP: Michael Jackson vs. Prince
Now that all our heroes are dead, MVP, a Seattle band that plays both the music of Michael Jackson and Prince, will be bringing back all the hits from two of the biggest icons in music history for a special appearance.
85. No Chill: '90s-'00s Hiphop and R&B Throwback Party
It seems the '90s and early aughts indeed have no chill. Give in to the decades' sartorial and musical prevalence with a night of hiphop and R&B throwbacks from DJs Paco and Chetbong.
86. Sky High: Above The Sound Vol II with Daví
Head to the 22nd-floor patio of "Seattle's original skyscraper" for the second edition of this summer dance party series with local DJs Jameson, Marco Valencia, and Mike Devlin, and featured DJ and producer Daví.
87. My Rear's On the Sexy: A Burlesque Show Designed by Neural Network!
We have absolutely no idea what this show will look like, but we know it involves dancers trying to blend burlesque and the absurd creations of neural network ("computer programs designed to learn how to do certain tasks by attempting them over and over and then having humans tell them if they're correct," which they frequently aren't) and it sounds hilarious.
88. Alki Beach Pride 2018- Come OUT and Float at the Beach!
Head to West Seattle for the fourth annual Alki Beach Pride party, where you'll find live entertainment from Louvel, LaRue, Thadayus, Izohnny, Lakin, and DeAndre Brackensick; free hot dogs and soft drinks while supplies last; and games and prizes. Plus, enjoy special margaritas at El Chupacabra, five-dollar hurricanes at B's Po Boy, an after-party at Alki Beach Pub, and more at nearby businesses.
89. Confront White Womanhood
Troubled by the role of women in white supremacy? So is Heather Marie Scholl, whose Whitework is a body of embroidery and text that interrogates white womanhood. The other part of this exhibition, The Self Portraits, features framed, embroidered pictures that evoke women's trauma and the experiences of femininity. In conjunction with the art show, there will be a "Confront White Womanhood" panel/performance with Sophie Ellman-Golan, Rhiannon Childs, and the artists.
90. The Great Inflatable Race
This fun run is made even more fun by the fact that it's puctuated by bouncy inflatable obstacles.
91. Pie High Trail Run
End a 5K, 10K, or half marathon will a delicious and well-deserved slice of pie on top of a mountain.
92. YOGACRUISE 2018
Lay out your mat on the "zen deck" and practice your warrior pose while sailing on Lake Washington. In addition to a flow class, your ticket includes catered bites and local wine and champagne. Proceeds will benefit Seattle Children's Hospital.
93. Deto Brixen: Space Gold
Northwest-based Italian American artist Deto Brixen "explores the joys and perils of pursuing one's goals" through a combination of graffiti, "American tattooing," and 1980s-inspired action cartoons.
94. In This Imperfect Present Moment
Artists from South Africa, Angola, Benin, and the United States depict the complexities of "labor, leadership, faith, and portraiture." Those exhibited include David Goldblatt, Pieter Hugo, Mikhael Subotzky, Lawrence Lemoana, Kiluanji Kia Henda, Igshann Adams, Hasan and Hussain Essop, Amy Sherald, Xaviera Simmons, Genevieve Gaignard, Athi-Patra Ruga, and Saya Woolfalk.
95. Bon Odori Festival
For Bon Odori, or Obon, Japanese Buddhists commemorate their ancestors through ceremony and dance. Seattle's festival, officially part of Seafair, will line the street with food booths, showcase taiko drumming and martial arts, and provide arts and crafts demonstrations.
96. Hard In The Paint: Art Show and Trap Paint Party
Get down and dirty in a two-hour freestyle painting session (complete with art supplies and a glass of wine), or just show up for the art show to see work by live painters and featured artists, dance to live trap DJs, and win raffle prizes.
97. The Dope Show
Tyler Smith presents the Dope Show, which offers two performances by a lineup of comedians: one delivered sober, then another delivered several (smoky) minutes later, totally baked.
98. Sketchy Santa
It doesn't have much to do with Xmas—it's "Secret Santa for comedy!" Sketch groups secretly wrote other sketch groups something to perform.
99. Old Dog Haven Walk for Old Dogs
Everyone loves puppies, but let's not forget about our sweet old hounds. Old Dog Haven's Walk for Old Dogs supports the dogs in the shelter's permanent foster homes.
100. Pike Street Partio (Party on the Patio)
The Capitol Hill beer haven will turn their patio into a summer carnival replete with games, grilled hot dogs and hamburgers, and zero clowns. Ten percent of proceeds will benefit Mary's Place.
101. B.R.I. Seafair Triathlon
Sporty people can take in views of Lake Washington while braving an olympic- or sprint- distance running, swimming, and biking course.
102. Wekfest Seattle
What claims to be the "dopest car show in the nation" will return to Seattle to showcase over 350 shiny European, Japanese, and domestic aftermarket builds.
103. Happening: A Clean Energy Revolution
James Redford's Happening explores the economic and health benefits of a new clean energy era, highlighting an underlying story of "human resilience, social justice, embracing the future, and finding hope for our survival."
104. Uncomfortable the Series: Seattle Watch Party!
Comedian Yola Lu will screen episodes of her new web series, Uncomfortable, and offer free food. Local comics will be there for support.
106. Zero Waste Dinner Party
Learn new ways to avoid food waste while taking advantage of the season's best offerings at this sustainable seafood dinner party (paired with wine from a byodynamic Washington vineyard, natch).
107. SS Virginia V Cruise: Planes, Trains and Steam Engines
Climb aboard Seattle's historic SS Virginia V to learn about the history of mail delivery on Lake Union by planes, trains, and steamships. Admission includes a complimentary scoop of Blue Bird Ice Cream.
108. NOCCO: Classical Distillation
Promising an evening of "dynamic whiskey and vibrant sounds," NOCCO and Westland Distillery will join together for a blending of equally complex booze and tunes.
109. Sebastian Bach Party 2018
Escape the specific fervor of Capitol Hill Block Party with this tribute to Sebastian Bach that has nothing to do with Sebastian Bach mere blocks away from the Pike/Pine Hellmouth. Enjoy a day of local bands thrashing out their overcast summer energies, with sets by Matriarch, Baby Jessica, Velvet Q, Howardian, Dirty Dirty, Beverly Crusher, Killer Ghost, Dirty Rugs, Sharkie, Actionesse, and Porn Bloopers.
110. Dirty Pop Yoga
Indulge in your love of Britney Spears and her boy band contemporaries at this peppy yoga class. You'll also enjoy cocktails and "bold bites."
111. Will Run for Beer 5K
Run a 5K along the Everett waterfront and reward yourself with a local beer.