DIANA, A LASTING TRIBUTE--Traveling display of pictures and artifacts for all Princess Di fetishists. SeaTac Mall, daily thru Sun April 11. 253-839-6150.

NORTHWEST SPELLING BEE--The first local public spelling exhibition around here since 1990. Eckstein Middle School, 3003 NE 75th St, Fri April 2, 7 pm, free. 213-0548.

MY GREAT-GRANDMOTHER WAS A BOXER--This Irish documentary about a woman boxer defying social conventions will be shown at 911 Media Arts to benefit the Capitol Hill Boxing Club. 911 Media Arts, 117 Yale Ave N, Fri April 2, 7 pm, $12. 322-6410.

COLUMBIA CITY BEAT WALK--Down where Rainier Ave meets S Edmunds St there's a terrific little neighborhood called Columbia City. Check out their monthly fun-fest, which includes jazz, East African, Latino, and hiphop music in 7 different venues for $5. Fri April 2, 8-11 pm.

SEATTLE'S BIGGEST SWING FLING--Over 1,000 swing dancers, complete with live bands, vintage fashions, dance workshops, and 85-year-old dance legend Frankie Manning. Mercer Arena, Sat April 3, $15. 781-1453.

EASTER EGG-STRAVAGANZA--Scramble among the hordes of kiddies to get onto Washington's biggest roller coaster, at the mini-theme park's season opener. Enchanted Parks, Federal Way, Sat April 3-Sun April 4. 253-661-8001.

CLOTHING LIQUIDATION SALE--Find out what the smartly cheap set is wearing this spring. Seattle Center Exhibition Hall, Wed April 7-Sun April 11. 684-8582.


MARINERS BASEBALL--The last half-season of Kingdome baseball ever starts against the Chicago White Sox on Mon April 5 (7:30 pm), Tues April 6 (7 pm), and Wed April 7 (7:30 pm). 622-HITS.