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1. Not Your Princess
In photos taken by white male photographers, Chief Seattle's daughter, Kikisoblu (Princess Angeline), and other indigenous women are portrayed through a colonial perspective that pushes stereotypes of Native cultures. See artifacts connected to these representations, and meet artists and researchers who celebrate authentic Native cultures.
2. Open Your Eyes Sunnies x Everytown For Gun Safety Fundraiser
Join a discussion on the current state of gun violence in America over snacks and drinks. While you're there, you can pick up sunglasses and other merch from Everytown for Gun Safety.
3. Talking Pictures: The Origins of Sound Cinema, 1895-1929
Film buffs and fans of The Artist might enjoy a condensed taste of synchronized sound movies' (aka non-silent films') 40-year evolution, from the earliest experiments to cinema as we know it today. Viewers will see rare 16mm film prints of preserved shorts, cartoons, jazz, comedy, and feature film excerpts, and more.
4. Molly Moon's x Union Coffee Pop-Up
In celebration of their partnership with Union Coffee (owned by founder Molly Moon Neitzel's husband Zack) for their new permanent Union Coffee flavor, the local artisan ice cream makers will concoct "Moonshot in the Dark" affogatos, made with Union Coffee ice cream, a shot of Good Together blend espresso, and chocolate sprinkles, for a sweet double-java buzz.
5. Harry Potter Trivia: Chapter 5
This trivia night covers topics from all Harry Potter books and movies, so brush up on your spells.
6. Nerd Nite Seattle : Bird is the Word
Birding expert Sarah Rogers will talk about why she watches birds, where her birding adventures have led her around the world, and how you can get started on your own birding escapades.
Seven characters will explore "sex, freedom, and bondage during late-stage capitalism" in this dramedy musical written and performed by Kymberlee della Luce.
8. Airborne Lasers: Making Sci-Fi a Reality
In the late 2000s, with funding from the U.S. Department of Defense, Boeing was intent on attaching an infrared laser to the front of an airplane to shoot down ballistic missiles (until the project was scrapped in 2012). Retired Airborne Laser engineers Don Clapp and Rich Flanders will talk about what it was like designing and operating the laser.
9. Robert Michael Pyle: Magdalena Mountain
Robert Michael Pyle, who writes primarily nonfiction nature studies, will present his debut novel, Magdalena Mountain, which still involves plenty of natural imagery, as well as an amnesiac who believes herself to be the reincarnation of Mary Magdalene.
10. Interlaken Ice Cream Dash
Choose between a 5 or 10K course for the Interlaken edition of Northwest Trail Runs' Summer Series. Runners will be rewarded with cold scoops of Snoqualmie Ice Cream at the finish line.
11. Washington Week for the Animals
Organizations across Washington State will take a week to raise awareness of animal-related issues like pet homelessness, vaccinations, and tons of adoption opportunities.
12. Washington State International Kite Festival
Go fly a kite at Long Beach, or just watch other people's fancy air choreography.
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13. Coffee, Cocktails, and VR
Learn how to make coffee cocktails with Onda Origins, then literally immerse yourself in the beans by seeing the farms where they were grown on a virtual reality headset.
14. Meet Me at Cone & Steiner: Robin Thompson of Kale Love
Get to know Robin Thompson, owner of the kale chip company Kale Love, with a discussion and open Q&A followed by a tasting of her crispy-crunchy green wares.
15. The Share Seattle Happy Hour
Local companies Getaround and CoBuy will talk about sharing economies at this free happy hour.
16. Occidental STEM Series
In an effort to make STEM more accessible to the public, Makerologist, Watershed, Integrus, General Assembly, and Gamification Meet Up will host workshops covering everything from basic coding to 3D printing. Tonight, Integrus Architecture will demonstrate their earthquake-ready structures by simulating seismic activity.
17. COLR CODE
This showcase is dedicated to artists who pride themselves on both their musical and visual design talents, featuring CUFF LYNX, HEADtoHEAD, Late Nights Early Mornings, and Double Sunrise Club.
18. SubKulture Cabaret
This cabaret revue will embrace the darker and creepier sides of burlesque, boylesque, cirque, dance, singing, and other theatrical forms of expression, set to DJ Kobalt's "esoteric" soundtrack.
19. Astronomy on Tap: A Universe of Extremes
For this month's informal, boozy Astronomy on Tap discussion, Dr. Ethan Kruse, a UW postdoc, will discuss exoplanet discovery, and Dr. Phoebe Upton Sanderbeck, also at UW, will lecture on the "history of matter between galaxies." Bring your own food or patronize the food truck and fill your mind with space wonders.
20. Kitsap County Fair and Stampede
The good people of Kitsap County invite you to "stirrup some fun" with a weekend of "entertainment, shows, exhibits, and contests."
21. 2018 Seattle Center Sculpture Walk Tour
Tour the art installations and sculptures scattered around the grounds from the artists who created them, including Cecelia De Leon, Fulgencio Lazo, Sarah Fetterman, Ezra Dickinson, and Shann Thomas.
22. Summer Time: Art on the Plaza!
Stop by the plaza to take in live jazz, make art, and read a book.
23. After Hours at the Seattle Aquarium
Adults will take over the aquarium to learn about the Northwest's most iconic migration experts, salmon, and our region's waterways. There will be a no-host bar, food, and a photo booth.
24. So Bazaar Night Market
Each night of this Art Nouveau-inspired culinary pop-up series will focus on a specific color. Tonight, try rosy pink food and drinks like Athena's Gyros with rose-infused tzatzki, Express Mexican Grill's rose pink tacos, Off the Rez's strawberry jam sweet frybread, and True North Coffee Roasters' affogatos made with either cherry or raspberry ice cream.
25. 2018 Signature Cocktail Contest
It may be August, but at this event, six of Seattle's finest bartenders will vie to craft the best festive holiday cocktail incorporating Crater Lake Spirits. The winning libation will be served at the Providence O'Christmas Trees Gala Dinner & Auction in November. Bring cash to vote for your favorite for "People's Choice Cocktail" (donations will go to Providence Senior and Community Services).
26. A Night at the Off Ramp
Pretend you were a part of the Seattle music scene 25 years ago with sets by tribute groups Washed In Black (Pearl Jam), Outshined (Soundgarden, Temple of the Dog) Stargazer (Mother Love Bone), and Nervermind (Nirvana).
27. Thirsty Thursday + GeekWire Podcast
Join GeekWire’s Todd Bishop and John Cook for a live taping of the GeekWire Podcast, where special guest Sarah Studer of Seattle’s Impact Hub and Amy Nelson of the Riveter will talk about "how to foster entrepreneurship and innovation in the community." After the show, head to the rooftop for a happy hour.
28. Dirty Little Secrets Presents: Bad Date Storytelling!
Dig deep in your journals for your most cringeworthy dating experiences, then share them with a room full of strangers.
29. John Larison: Whiskey When We're Dry
John Larison's debut historical fiction novel Whiskey When We're Dry is told from the perspective of a young woman in the western U.S. in the late 19th century.
Local mime and devoted bicyclist Henry James Walker will demonstrate, sans words and avec meticulous gesticulation, what it's like to brave Seattle's street on two wheels.
31. Mark Curry
You may know of actor and comedian Mark Curry from his first major role as an NBA player-turned-substitute-teacher/gym coach in the sitcom Hangin’ with Mr. Cooper. He'll fish for chuckles for three nights in Bellevue.
32. Where No Man Has Gone Before
Where No Man Has Gone Before takes a standard Star Trek plot and asks the audience to shape key elements. The show is presented by Seattle Experimental Theatre.
33. RiffTrax Live: Krull
See a screening of Krull, the 1980s sci-fi cult classic that Siskel and Ebert called "one of the most boring, nonsensical, illogical fantasies in a long time," enhanced by witty commentary from Mystery Science Theater 3000's Michael J. Nelson, Kevin Murphy, and Bill Corbett.
34. The Rules of Charity
John Belluso's play is a critique of attitudes toward people with disabilities, played out through the relationship between a father with cerebral palsy and his caretaker daughter.
35. Theater in the Meadow: Dancing at Lughnasa
Grab a drink, lay down a picnic blanket on the rolling green hills, and transport yourself to a rural cottage in Ballybeg, Ireland in 1936, where five Mundy sisters dream of attending the pagan Festival of Lughnasa. Brian Friel's play won the 1991 Olivier and the 1992 Tony for best play.
36. North Bend Film Festival
The hometown of many Twin Peaks shoots debuts a new film festival of strange, Northwest-themed movies.
37. Evergreen State Fair
Monroe's summer festival will once again bring carnival games and rides, Native dancers, live music, duck races, and more.
38. As You Like It
This outdoor performance by REBATEnsemble sets Shakespeare's comedy of mistaken identity to the current day, with the heroine Rosalind and her cousin Celia exiled from her father's "shiny tech megacorp" and falling in love with other runaways in the forest.
39. Homespun Happy Hour
Try your hand at scrimshaw, candle making, leatherwork, and other 19th-century crafts while you sip drinks from a cash bar and listen to live music.
40. AAJA Seattle Chef Showcase 2018!
Support local food and drink purveyors like Adana, Basilic Essentially Thai, Baron's Xi'an Kitchen & Bar, the Collective, ZapVerr Thai, Crab King Shabu-Shabu, Lucky Envelope Brewing, Singha Beer, and others by sampling their tasty wares. Plus, enter a silent auction to win cool prizes (like free admission to the zoo).
41. Sound Craft Seltzer Launch Party
Bubbly water goes boozy with the launch of Sound Craft Seltzer, a new spiked seltzer company brought to you by the people behind Two Beers and Seattle Cider. Be the first to sample seltzers and tasty snacks, and enjoy shot specials, cocktails, and a live DJ.
42. Apocalypse 1985 - Bingo at the End of the World
Transport yourself to the end of times in...1985? at this bingo party full of "live music, contests, prizes, resorting to cannibalism, unusual performances, judges, surprise guests, and more." Dress for the times—there will be a contest. Your ticket includes four bingo cards and, presumably, the flesh of your unfortunate comrades.
43. Laser K-Pop: BTS!
Revel in K-Pop from seven-piece boy band BTS (also known as the Bangtan Bots) enhanced by laser art.
44. Layne Staley Tribute Show 2018
In honor of what would have been Layne Staley's 51st birthday, friends, family, and fans will gather in celebration of his life and legacy. Alice in Chains tribute group Jar of Flies will cover songs by AIC as well as super group Mad Season.
45. Mamma Mia!
Bop along to the biggest hits of the '70s, including a spread of ABBA's chart-topping singles and deep cuts that will keep you dancing all night long.
46. MoPOP After Dark: Pearl Jam
Celebrate the Seattle legends' return to Seattle at a happy hour with specialty cocktails, crafts, and a tribute performance by David James.
47. Only If for a Night: A Florence + the Machine Tribute
This debut production from cabaret revue Melancholy Tendencies will be dedicated to pop royalty Florence + the Machine, featuring local artists Caela Bailey, Al Lykya, Ruby Mimosa, Lana Milk'n'Honey, and others.
48. Scott Law & Ross James' Cosmic Twang, DeadGrass
Scott Law & Ross James are inspired by the music of Bill Monroe, Merle Haggard, the Grateful Dead, and the Velvet Underground. Hear them perform with support from DeadGrass.
50. A Drag Tribute to Pixar
Local queens Old Witch and Londyn Bradshaw will give your favorite Pixar characters the drag treatment.
51. Founders Live Seattle
This happy hour "competition" gives founders from five companies 99 seconds to pitch their organization's mission and values. After the pitches and a Q&A, you, the audience, will vote on the one you found most compelling.
52. Karen Piper: A Girl's Guide to Missiles
In her memoir, A Girl's Guide to Missiles, Karen Piper recalls what it was like growing up on the Naval Air Weapons Station at China Lake, a Mojave desert outpost where her father worked on the Sidewinder and other weaponry.
53. My Science, My Religion: Vedic Insights and the Quest for Truth
Michael Cremo argues that science and religion are intertwined in his new collection of essays on archeology, anthropology, consciousness studies, the history of science, and the history of religion. He'll present his work in a "unique powerpoint presentation."
54. Fourth Annual Freak Out Weekend!
This weekend boasts a "Something Weird Video Trash-O-Rama" movie night at the LFP Starlite Cinema, and a "Rock n Roll Freak Out" courtesy of the Fall-Outs, Alan Milman Sect/Freddie Dennis/the Boss Martians, the Mal Thursday Quintet, the Reverberations, the Knights Of Trash, and F-Holes.
55. Seattle Acoustic Festival 2018
If acoustic guitars are your jam (GET IT??), then this is the late-summer festival for you. The fifth annual Seattle Acoustic Festival will feature over 40 bands and artists for two whole days.
56. What The Funk?! An All-POC Burlesque Funk Tribute
Exult in funk music and the burlesque and boylesque talents of some Seattle dancers of color.
57. Makah Days
The Makah Tribe of Neah Bay will welcome neighboring tribes and community members to celebrate their ancient culture and the anniversary of the first American flag raised on Neah Bay in 1913. Expect traditional dancing, canoe races, salmon bakes, a grand parade, the coronation of the Makah Royal Court, and more.
58. Clayfest Northwest
Celebrate clay art at this weekend celebration featuring work by more than 30 Pacific Northwest artists—which you can buy!
59. Washington State Garlic Fest
Stave off vampires and boost your immune system by surrounding yourself with garlic-centric foods—including garlic ice cream, chocolate-covered garlic cloves, and deep-fried garlic, among other unusual and aromatic treats—and crafts. Dixieland bands will provide tunes throughout the festival.
60. West Seattle Beer & Music Festival
At the first edition of this new annual event, try an array of craft beers from breweries near and far and explore tastes of brews with food pairings, all accompanied by the sounds of local bands and DJs. The festival will raise funds for the Westside Baby Co., "the only social service agency in the western King County area that collects, inspects and distributes free diapers, clothing, cribs, and safety gear for babies and children."
61. Dragonflight GameCon
Geek out with three days of tabletop gaming, including board games, miniatures, and role playing games.
62. Steamroller Giant Printmaking Party
Nikki Barber and her students will roll out an enormous print at the outdoor party. Watch the fun, or bring your own woodblock for printing ($20).
63. 2nd Annual Puppies & Pints
Sample rare beers from independent breweries with Fido in tow—all ticket sales and donations will benefit local non-profit, no-kill animal shelter Homeward Pet.
64. 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.
65. Greenhouse Plant Swap
Trade your seasonal plants, cuttings, and knowledge for others', get the low-down on how to keep a houseplant alive from plant director Tassy de Give, and enjoy morning refreshments in partial support of the Volunteer Park Conservatory.
66. Hai! Japantown
Join Seattle’s Japantown (Nihonmachi) community in celebrating local Asian diaspora cultures with a historic heritage walk, the dedication of Nihonmachi Alley art, Hawaiian music, a beer and sake garden, a Spam musubi making contest, nashi (Japanese pear) picking, and more.
67. Plastic Pollution Workshops
The King Conservation District will teach you ways to reduce your carbon footprint, particularly when it comes to plastic waste.
68. Royal Frenchel Day
Are you the proud owner of a Royal Frenchel Bulldog, aka a very fancy French Bulldog hybrid? Your royal pup can make friends with others in their breed while the Royal Family Jazz Band plays music. Anahata Graceland “Windy," who allegedly created the breed, will be in attendance.
69. Slime Gala
Billing itself as the "classiest slime gala in the Pacific Northwest," this event offers goo enthusiasts of all ages the chance the play with and trade slime toys (including tournaments), enter raffles, and more.
If your kids wanted to go to Coachella but you, for obvious reasons, didn't want to send them to Indio by themselves for the weekend, head to Kidchella instead for an afternoon of live music from Caspar Babypants, Recess Monkey, and the Not-Its alongside carnival games, bounce houses, face painting, and food trucks.
Go au naturel and feel the breeze as you listen to live sets from Champagne Sunday, Jeff Herzog & the Jet City Flyers, the Groovetramps, and the Spin-offs. Before the music starts, enjoy a five-dollar breakfast and shop from vendors.
This touring act from the California-based Lagunitas Brewing, which will come to Seattle for the first time ever, promises to show you "things you can't unsee," with beer, food trucks, and "freaktacular entertainment" including but not limited to music, live shows, a costume contest, and a roaming marching band.
73. Restoration with a Twist
Help restore the habitats of the old growth forest by planting native plants and testing seasonal recipes to use in your own "native plant cocktails."
74. Ring Around the Needle Pub Crawl
Skip around to a string of Queen Anne bars that loosely circle the perimeter of the Seattle landmark.
75. 41st LeMay Annual Show
Get special access to the museum's collections, which boast over 1,500 vintage rides and neat automobile paraphernalia.
76. BubbleFest 2018
This end-of-summer event invites you to kayak through the ponds, build a bubble wand in the Tinker Tank, play life-sized board games, and discover the physics behind bubbles on the Live Science stage.
77. European Theater Day
See WWII-era aircrafts, vehicles, and other military machines on display. You can even see a few of them in action on the field.
Aviation nerds can delight in aircrafts like the Concorde or the Boeing 787 Jumbo Jet, dance to classic rock, explore a futuristic transportation exhibit, and enjoy food and games.
79. Steamship Saturdays
Learn about the sights and history of Lake Union on a "narrated" cruise on Lake Union aboard the Virginia V steamship.
80. When You Wish Upon a Bar: A Disney Trivia
Have yourself a marathon of Disney films from the past 80 years, and get ready to answer questions about them all.
81. AM I Normal? Canicule D'été Edition
This monthly all-vinyl French music night, with DJ Emmanuelle of #frenchface and Hollow Earth Radio, will get you into that weird, wild, Francophiliac mood. This iteration will guest-feature DJ Retina Burn.
82. BERNSTEIN: The Bernstein Centennial
On the 100th birthday of accomplished conductor, composer, and pianist Lenny Bernstein, the Esoterics will be joined by cathedral organist Joseph Adam, harpist John Carrington, and percussionist Matthew Kocmieroski for a program of Bernstein's choral oeuvre, including Chichester Psalms, his choruses from The Lark, and more.
83. Diggin Deep Loves Train Car House Party!
Boom-boom your way into the wee hours with deep house beats with DJs Wesley Holmes, Erin O'Connor-Drew, Ramiro, Jeromy Nail, Jason Melton, Tait Modern, and Derrick Deep.
84. An Evening with Igor & The Red Elvises
Bringing the wave of Siberian surf rock to the states, Igor and the Red Elvises will play a live set of rowdy "rokenrol," with contributing musicians from Israel, Kazakhstan, Puerto Rico, and Bulgaria.
85. HH100: Tape Release Celebration
Local DIY label Hush Hush Records, founded by KEXP's DJ Alex Ruder, will celebrate its 100th cassette tape release, a complilation featuring local artists like Kid Smpl, DJAO, Lushloss, Shelf Nunny, Lucas, and Hanssen. Enjoy live sets from the artists and visuals by Do Yon Kim.
Queer singers and music makers CarLarans, Joey Walbaum, Tiffany Wilson, Kim Archer, and Thadayus and the Electrofunks will rule the stage with support from the gracious host, Mama Tits. The evening will culminate in an all-star jam with special surprise guests.
87. The Prince and Michael Experience with DJ Dave Paul
The ultimate tribute dance party for the angels among us, Prince and Michael Jackson. Music by DJ Dave Paul, all the way from San Francisco.
88. Prom Date Mixtape
Let '80s new wave and synth-pop tribute group Prom Date Mixtape take you back a few decades for their show of "'80s dance attack."
89. Sky High: Above The Sound Vol III with Kora
Head to the 22nd-floor patio of "Seattle's original skyscraper" for the third edition of this summer dance party series with local DJs FooFou, Rebekkah Angeber, Aaron Grossbard, and featured DJ and producer Kora.
90. Gatsby's Beautiful Little Fools: A 1920's Party on the High Seas
Don your flapper attire and board the HiYu, a retired ferry that has been renovated to resemble a 1920s-inspired, Jay Gatsby-approved party. As the ship sails along Lake Union and Lake Washington, guests can enjoy circus performers, bubbles and signature cocktails, a performance from the Mach One Jazz Orchestra, and more glitz and glamour.
91. Bollywood Dhamaka: A Bollywood Dance Showcase
See different kinds of Bollywood dancing performed by Dhawal Doshi and his local troupe, Splinter Dance Company, Afsaana Dance Company, Rangeela Dance Company, Soul Circus, and more.
92. Caras de Flamenco
This event aims to showcase the Seattle flamenco community through photographs by Matt Villanueva and Sarah Ward plus dance performances by Sarah Ward, Talia Ortega, Eve Salonen, and Kelli Brown. Singer Samir Osorio, guitarists Ben Phipps and Bryan Douglas, and percussionist Tim Funk will weave the musical accompaniment.
93. RadioActive Listening Party
The 20-teen cohort from this summer's KUOW RadioActive 2018 Radio Journalism Workshop will share the stories they've been working on, which range from the local drag scene to survivors of the Parkland shooting.
94. Women’s Rights Day Celebration
Commemorate the progress of women's rights in the U.S., like the anniversary of women winning the right to vote, and discuss the challenges still ahead, like abortion access and reproductive rights, at this panel discussion and dinner.
95. The Queen Pin Bowling Classic
Knock down some pins with Aleksa Manila and other local queens at the first-annual Queen Pin Bowling Classic, knowing that proceeds will benefit Burien Pride’s LGBTQ College Scholarship Fund.
96. SUP with a Pup
Athletic dogs and dog owners of all ages can paddle and kayak around Lake Washington.
97. Arts in the Garden
Check out garden sculptures and installations (most of which will be available for purchase) from more than 30 artists. While you walk around, enjoy live music, food, and libations.
98. Annual Dahlia Show
Check out unusual dahlia varieties grown by experts, and write down your favorite breeds to purchase from the nursery at next year's show.
99. Leavenworth Tubing Getaway
Board a "luxury bus" to the sunny Bavarian-style village, then transfer yourself into a mesh-bottomed innertube and float your afternoon away on the scenic waters. Once you're done with that, you can head back on shore to enjoy drinks, bratwurst, and other German delights in a beer garden. The bus will take you back home to Bellevue or Seattle.
100. Arts in Nature Festival
The Arts in Nature Festival presents a series of acoustic, unplugged performances by musicians, dancers, actors, and other performers across several stages, plus participatory art happenings set against the most beautiful backdrop: Mother Nature. Also come for artsy hikes, food, and a beer garden.
101. Tibet Fest
Join a group dance, create a sand mandala, and learn about the ancient art of herbal medicines. You'll also find handcrafted goods, prayer flags, children’s activities, and traditional food.
102. Harvest Festival
In celebration of harvest season, enter King Arthur's realm of Camlann for two days of medieval theatre, knightly combat, puppetry, crafts, archery, and minstrels.
103. Rust Riot
Get ready to rumble with two days of roller derby matches between B-teams like Seattle's Rat City all-stars Rain of Terror, Minnesota Nice, Arizona Rising, and Rose City Rollers' Axles of Annihilation.
104. Festival Centro Americano
Celebrate Costa Rican, Guatemalan, and other Central American communities and cultures in Seattle with food, art, and music.
105. Cine City
Watch an hour block of local short films, then vote on your favorite—the winner will be added to the Cine City Best Of 2018 collection.
106. Show and Tell with Ying Liu: Tiny, Trivial Thoughts — and Tails
Interdisciplinary durational artist Ying Liu will show her films and excerpts of her performances that combine theater, dance, video, and performance art. While the artist focuses on a range of subjects, she's particularly interested in exploring virtual reality, GoPro, smart phones, and other consumer technology.
107. Pop+ Wings, Wands, and Wizards
Geek the heck out with a fantasy-filled day of fairy crowns, wand making, juggling with Randi Richards, and fantasy-themed gallery guides and museum challenges.
108. Jah9, Unite-One, Selecta Element
"Jazz on Dub" mystic Jah9 will mix poetry and music in an explosion of "femiNINE energy." She'll be joined by Unite-One and Selecta Element of Zion's Gate Sound.
109. Qabaret: A Queer Cabaret
Local college and high school students will put a queer spin on musical theater favorites, "dedicated to every queer kid who sings along to musicals in the shower, changes the pronouns to the love songs, and transposes ballads written for different ranges." The profits will benefit the director's top surgery.
110. Cosmo 7 & 5K
Choose between a 7K run and a 5K run/walk along Elliott Bay before returning to Alki Beach for a post-run celebration filled with live music, giveaways, and cosmos for participants over 21.
111. Fourth Annual Seattle SAMBAThon
Samba your way around Seward Park's 2.4-mile loop at this all-day Brazilian dance endurance event. When you're done, congratulate yourself at an after-party.
112. YASSS QUEEN - Zumba x Yoga
Get moving at this zumba and yoga class with Morgan Zion O’Friel, then unwind with a cocktail and bites.