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Seattle Events Weekend Planner October 18-21, 2018

SEATTLE EVENTS WEEKEND PLANNER 
OCTOBER 18-21, 2018

NASA SPACE APPS CHALLENGE
FRI-SUN – Take on this out of this world challenge featuring space and technology with NASA’s global mission.

QUILT, CRAFT, SEWING FESTIVAL
THURS-SUN – Workshops, seminars and vendors at the Washington State Fair Events center for the 17th Annual Northwest Quilt, Craft and Sewing Festival.

BELLEVUE WINE WALK
THURS – Enjoy the streets of downtown Bellevue for the Fall Wine Walk on Main, serving snacks, souvenir wine glass and 12 tickets for tasting.

GERMAN FILM FEST
FRI-SUNKinofest has documentaries, short films and feature films made in Germany, Austria and Switzerland. Head to the SIFF center to watch these films with both English and German subtitles.

SEATTLE HOME SHOW
FRI-SUN – View exhibits and learn about the latest in landscaping, building, remodeling, and decorating.

SANCAFEST
THROUGH OCT 20 – Head to this circus open house and try out the trampoline, wire walking and take in a few shows.

ZOMBIE WALK
SAT – Zombies line the streets of Historic Downtown Snohomish in preparation of the zombie apocalypse. Please bring rations for survivors, as food donations to benefit the Snohomish Food Bank.

CAROL BURNETT
SUN – Listen as Carol Burnett reflects on her successful career for an Evening of Laughter and Reflection. Audience asks the questions!

CELEBRATE AUTUMN
SUN – Head to the Fauntleroy Fall Festival to celebrate autumn with the community. Hop on the rock-climbing wall, ride a pony, or join in on various kids crafts.

FASHIONABLY UNDEAD
SAT – This DJ dance party hosts a costume contest and a horror film exhibit at the Museum of Pop Culture.

SCHOOLHOUSE ROCK
THROUGH NOV 17 – Watch the live production and celebration of the 45th Anniversary of Schoolhouse Rock. Enjoy all your favorite songs like “Lolly, Lolly, Lolly” and “Just a Bill.”

HAMLIN HALLOWEEN HAUNT
FRI – Shoreline’s Annual Hamlin Halloween Haunt boasts spooky songs, stories and enjoy campfire s’mores.

HALLOWEEN HARVEST 3
FRI – Comedy night with performances by absurd and ghoulish horror comedians.

MYSTERY CONCERT
FRI – Enjoy poetry, a book reading and a live concert in a Spooktacular Halloween event of Grief and Mystery.

RECURRING EVENTS:

THE NOTEWORTHY LIFE OF HOWARD BARNES
THROUGH SUN – This musical comedy production features an average guy who discovers his life has become a musical.

GHOST STORIES
THROUGH OCT 25 – Join practical jokers for a funny spin on spooky at Campfire: Improvised Ghost Stories.

GOTHIC GHOST THRILLER
THROUGH OCT 27 – This mix of psychological thriller and ghost story, this Opera performed novel The Turn of the Screw draws intrigue and thrills.

LEGALLY BLONDE: THE MUSICAL
THROUGH  OCT 28 – Watch everyone’s favorite sorority sister, Elle Woods in the latest adaption of this upbeat song and dance about a woman going to Harvard to win back her boyfriend.

TACOMA HAUNTED HOUSE
THROUGH OCT 28 – Like haunted houses? This location has two! The Shadows and the Redemption are two vastly different haunted houses with their own unique scary styles.

HAUNTED FARM
THROUGH OCT 28 – Find your way through the Flashlight Maze at Maris Farms for the spook and thrill of your life!

HAUNTED GOLFING
THROUGH OCT 31 – Enjoy a food court, beer garden and a funfest for kids on a haunted golf course.

CIRQUE DU SOLEI VOLTA
THROUGH NOV 4  Watch the majestic story about the freedom of choice and blazing trails.

SEATTLE RESTAURANT WEEK
THROUGH NOV 8 – Enjoy lunch and dinner specials including three-course meals from 165 of Seattle’s top restaurants.

WOMEN OF AFGHANISTAN
THROUGH NOV 10 – See the story of three generations of Afghan women in the best-selling novel’s story A Thousand Splendid Suns at Repertory Theatre.

NEW MOVIES OPENING THIS WEEKEND

  • The Advocates
  • Can You Ever Forgive Me?
  • The Guilty
  • Change in the Air
  • Galveston
  • Halloween
  • High Voltage
  • Nigerian Prince
  • Viral Beauty
  • What They Had
  • Wildlife
  • Apollo 13

FOR A COMPLETE LIST OF EVENTS IN THE AREA FOR THE ENTIRE MONTH, VISIT

www.events12.com/seattle

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SEATTLE EVENTS WEEKEND PLANNER OCTOBER 11-14, 2018

SEATTLE EVENTS WEEKEND PLANNER
OCTOBER 11-14, 2018

CRANBERRY FESTIVALS
FRI-SUN – Revel in a weekend of Cranberry Festivals, one in Grayland and another in Ilwaco. Browse the market and craft vendors while viewing bog tours.

TACOMA RV SHOW
THROUGH SUN – Head to the Tacoma Dome for the Fall RV Show, featuring top RV dealers covering Class A, B and C as well as travel trailers, pop-ups and more!

GHOST STORIES
THROUGH OCT 25 – Join practical jokers for a funny spin on spooky at Campfire: Improvised Ghost Stories.

KENT WINE WALK
FRI – Enjoy the streets of downtown Kent for the Fall Wine Walk, serving snacks, and more!

DOLL AND TEDDY BEAR SHOW
SAT-SUN – Talk to dealers about fine antiques, dolls, miniatures, accessories, and get your mystery items appraised by professionals.

THRILLER DANCE
SAT – Head to Michael Jackson’s Thriller dance rehearsal to practice for the live community dance performance on October 27th.

SANCAFEST
THROUGH OCT 20 – Head to this circus open house and try out the trampoline, wire walking and take in a few shows.

PUMPKIN FESTIVAL
SAT – Enjoy pumpkin flavored treats, live entertainment, a farmers market with craft booths and a car show at the 12th Annual Orting Pumpkin Fest.

RARE BOOK SALE
SAT-SUN – Go to the Seattle Antiquarian Book Fair to browse thousands of collectible books, maps, manuscripts, autographs prints and more. These items come from dealers all over the world, meet historians and learn about the rich history of these pieces.

TURKISH FESTIVAL
SAT-SUNTurkish Fest hosts traditional dance, games, art and a tea house with food.

WILD WAVES HALLOWEEN
THROUGH OCT 14 – Checkout Fright Fest with rides in the dark, entertainment, haunted houses and activities in Booville for little ones.

LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS
THROUGH OCT 14 Rock musical with a comedic twist and a touch of horror, head to the Shoreline Community College Theater.

TACOMA HAUNTED HOUSE
THROUGH OCT 28 – Like haunted houses? This location has two! The Shadows and the Redemption are two vastly different haunted houses with their own unique scary styles.

HAUNTED FARM
THROUGH OCT 28 – Find your way through the Flashlight Maze at Maris Farms for the spook and thrill of your life!

HAUNTED GOLFING
THROUGH OCT 31 – Enjoy a food court, beer garden and a funfest for kids on a haunted golf course.

RECURRING EVENTS:

THE NOTEWORTHY LIFE OF HOWARD BARNES
THROUGH OCT 21 – This musical comedy production features an average guy who discovers his life has become a musical.

GHOST STORIES
THROUGH OCT 25 – Improv stories incorporate spooky and funny in this comedy show at Pike Place Market.

CIRQUE DU SOLEI VOLTA
THROUGH NOV 4  Watch the majestic story about the freedom of choice and blazing trails.

WOMEN OF AFGHANISTAN
THROUGH NOV 10 – See the story of three generations of Afghan women in the best-selling novel’s story A Thousand Splendid Suns at Repertory Theatre.

SEATTLE FARMERS MARKETS
THROUGH OCT 12 – Visit the neighborhood farmers market selling produce exclusively from Washington state farmers. Check out what’s going on at the Madrona Farmer’s Market.

NEW MOVIES OPENING THIS WEEKEND

  • All Square
  • Bad Times at the El Royale
  • Beautiful Boy
  • Better Start Running
  • First Man
  • Goosebumps 2: Haunted
  • Gosenell
  • Holy Camp!
  • Look Away
  • Son of Manjeet Singh
  • The Oath
  • Sunday’s Illness

 

FOR A COMPLETE LIST OF EVENTS IN THE AREA FOR THE ENTIRE MONTH, VISIT

www.events12.com/seattle

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Seattle Events Weekend Planner: October 4-7, 2018

SEATTLE EVENTS WEEKEND PLANNER
October 4-7
, 2018

LEGO BUILDING CONVENTION
SAT-SUN – Head to Brick-Con to chat with hobbyists, build your own masterpieces, purchase the latest and greatest, and checkout the Brick Bazaar.

ROBOTHON
SAT – Join robot enthusiasts as they exhibit new technology, robot creations and competitions.

DINNER IN THE DARK
THURS-SUN – Family style vegetarian dinner served as guests enjoy a blindfolded meal while listening to a live orchestra.

FALL FESTIVAL
SAT – Bring the kids to the Fife Harvest Festival for hayrides, arts and crafts, performances and more.

CELEBRATE SEATTLE MADE
FRI-SUN – Celebrate and experience locally made products with tours, a tasting, and mash-up collaborations.

SALMON FESTIVAL
SAT-SUN – Head to Issaquah Salmon Days Festival for the annual celebration of the native Salmon’s return to the Hatchery with a parade, carnival rides, food vendors and entertainment.

FRENCH FILM FESTIVAL
THROUGH OCT 4 – View the best of French films at SIFF Cinema Uptown. English subtitles will be present on all films.

INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL
THROUGH OCT 7 – Head to the 13th annual Tasveer South Asian Film Festival to experience the largest South Asian film festival in the U.S. with films related to Pakistan, Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Nepal, Sri Lanka and more. These films focus on social justice and human rights issues.

TACOMA FILM FESTIVAL
THROUGH OCT 11 – Watch independent films from local filmmakers at the Grand Cinema.

WILD WAVES HALLOWEEN
THROUGH OCT 14 – Checkout Fright Fest with rides in the dark, entertainment, haunted houses and activities in Booville for little ones.

LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS
THROUGH OCT 14 Rock musical with a comedic twist and a touch of horror, head to the Shoreline Community College Theater.

TACOMA HAUNTED HOUSE
THROUGH OCT 28 – Like haunted houses? This location has two!  The Shadows and the Redemption are two vastly different haunted houses with their own unique scary styles.

HAUNTED FARM
THROUGH OCT 28 – Find your way through the Flashlight Maze at Maris Farms for the spook and thrill of your life!

HAUNTED GOLFING
THROUGH OCT 31 – Enjoy a food court, beer garden and a Funfest for kids on a haunted golf course.

RECURRING EVENTS:

SHORT FILM FESTIVAL
THROUGH OCT 5 – Three different locations are hosting the Manhattan Short Film Festival. Watch and vote for your favorites filmed all over the world.

THE NOTEWORTHY LIFE OF HOWARD BARNES
THROUGH OCT 21 – This musical comedy production features an average guy who discovers his life has become a musical.

GHOST STORIES
THROUGH OCT 25 – Improv stories incorporate spooky and funny in this comedy show at Pike Place Market.

CIRQUE DU SOLEI VOLTA
THROUGH NOV 4  Watch the majestic story about the freedom of choice and blazing trails.

WOMEN OF AFGHANISTAN
THROUGH NOV 10 – See the story of three generations of Afghan women in the best-selling novel’s story A Thousand Splendid Suns at Repertory Theatre.

SEATTLE FARMERS MARKETS
ALL MONTH – Visit neighborhood farmers markets selling produce exclusively from Washington state farmers. Check out what’s going on at the Ballard and Madrona.

NEW MOVIES OPENING THIS WEEKEND

  • A Crooked Somebody
  • Crash
  • A Star is Born
  • Afsar
  • Heavy Trip
  • Hello Mrs. Money
  • Ride
  • Shine
  • Venom
  • The Church
  • Viking Destiny

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FOR A COMPLETE LIST OF EVENTS IN THE AREA FOR THE ENTIRE MONTH, VISIT

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Seattle Events Weekend Planner: September 27-30, 2018

SEATTLE EVENTS WEEKEND PLANNER
SEPTEMBER 27-30, 2018

TEA FESTIVAL
SAT-SUN
View presentations and sample fine tea from industry experts at the Northwest Tea Festival.

LUNCH CRUISE
THURSSeattle Sights Lunch cruise offers two hours of serene lake views and a lunch buffet on Lake Union and Lake Washington.

FRENCH FILM FESTIVAL
THROUGH OCT 4 – View the best of French films at SIFF Cinema Uptown. English subtitles will be present on all films.

ITALIAN FESTIVAL
FRI-SUNFesta Italiana celebrates Italian food, music, dance and art with activities for the whole family. Adults only Friday night with a wine tasting.

INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL
THROUGH OCT 7 – Head to the 13th annual Tasveer South Asian Film Festival to experience the largest South Asian film festival in the U.S. with films related to Pakistan, Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Nepal, Sri Lanka and more. These films focus on social justice and human rights issues.

WILD WAVES HALLOWEEN
THROUGH OCT 14 – Checkout Fright Fest with rides in the dark, entertainment, haunted houses and activities in Booville for little ones.

TACOMA HAUNTED HOUSE
THROUGH OCT 28 – Like haunted houses? This location has two!  The Shadows and the Redemption are two vastly different haunted houses with their own unique scary styles.

HAWKTOBERFEST
SAT Seahawks fans ban together to cheer on their favorite football team, while decking out their vehicles. Don’t miss this vibrant display of fan-dom.

GIG HARBOR CIDER FEST
SAT – Head to the 5th annual Cider Swig where over 24 regional cidermakers present 90+ hard ciders, considered the best ciders west of the Mississippi! Don’t miss live music and local food trucks.

WOODEN BOAT FESTIVAL
SAT-SUN – All aboard! Don’t miss free boat rides and tours at the Lake Union Wooden Boat Festival. Live music, activities for the whole family, food and beverage vendors.

HAUNTED FARM
THROUGH OCT 28 – Find your way through the Flashlight Maze at Maris Farms for the spook and thrill of your life!

MEDIEVAL VILLAGE
SAT-SUN – Join in on the fun with the Michelmasse Festival! Enjoy craft shops, puppets, cider pressing, and food vendors.

STEINS & STEMS
SAT – Formerly known as the Puyallup Art & Wine Walk, stroll through art exhibits as you enjoy live music and drinks in downtown Puyallup.

RECURRING EVENTS:

THEATRE COMEDY
THROUGH SEPT 30 – Get your tickets to The Foreigner, a slapstick comedy and award-winning play about secrets, language barriers and misunderstandings.

CABARET BRUNCH
THROUGH SEPT 30 – Explore this show of dance, comedy, music and history at the Pike Place Market Can Can theatre.

NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC PHOTO ARK EXHIBIT
THROUGH SEPT 30 Woodland Park Zoo hosts the traveling National Geographic exhibition, committed to documenting every species in zoos, aquariums and animal rescues with the intention of inspiring viewers to protect these animals and future generations.

SHORT FILM FESTIVAL
THROUGH OCT 5 – Three different locations are hosting the Manhattan Short Film Festival. Watch and vote for your favorites filmed all over the world.

THE NOTEWORTHY LIFE OF HOWARD BARNES
THROUGH OCT 21 – This musical comedy production features an average guy who discovers his life has become a musical.

CIRQUE DU SOLEI VOLTA
THROUGH NOV 4  Watch the majestic story about the freedom of choice and blazing trails.

SEATTLE FARMERS MARKETS
ALL MONTH – Visit neighborhood farmers markets selling produce exclusively from Washington state farmers. Check out what’s going on at the Ballard, Madrona & Wallingford’s Farmer’s Markets.

NEW MOVIES OPENING THIS WEEKEND

  • Night School
  • Monsters And Men
  • Maximum Impact
  • Maggie Black
  • Smallfoot
  • Little Women
  • Hell Fest
  • Cruise
  • At First Light
  • The Padre
  • All About Nina

FOR A COMPLETE LIST OF EVENTS IN THE AREA FOR THE ENTIRE MONTH, VISIT

www.events12.com/seattle

www.bhhsnwrealestate.com

Seattle Events Weekend Planner: September 20-23, 2018

SEATTLE EVENTS WEEKEND PLANNER
SEPTEMBER 20-23, 2018

PINTS & PUMPKINS
THURS – Join the glass pumpkin party of the year! Watch glassblowing demonstrations, browse the glass pumpkin patch’ while enjoying food and drink vendors, and browse the Schack art Center.

GYPSY JAZZ FESTIVAL
THROUGH SEPT 23 DjangoFest Northwest incorporates the top showcase of Gypsy Jazz music in North America, with workshops, performances and jam sessions.

GRILLED THINGS & CHICKEN WINGS
FRI – Enjoy the last bit of summer with refreshments and deep fried everything on this food tour.

OKTOBERFEST
FRI-SUN – Head to Freemont for over 80 kinds of beer with live music, pumpkin craving artists, and great food. Kirkland is also hosting an Oktoberfest with wiener dog races, costume contests, bratwurst and more!

SKETCHFEST SEATTLE
THROUGH SEPT 29 – Laugh with the World’s original sketch comedy festival, watch talented local comedians bring Seattle to life with roaring laughter.

HAUNTED HOUSE
THROUGH NOV 3 – Kick-off Halloween early with popular haunted house at Georgetown Morgue.

SEATTLE CHILDREN’S FESTIVAL
SAT – Bring the family for a celebration of the dynamic arts, cultures and traditions of the Pacific Northwest with live music, workshops, discovery zones and more!

TRAPEZE SHOW
SATEmerald City Trapeze displays a must-see performance of aerial arts, circus acts and a trapeze show.

INTERNET CAT VIDEO FESTIVAL
SAT-SUN – Watch 85 viral cat videos and compete in a cat costume contest and meet special guests. This is an event fundraising for PAWS – performing animal welfare society.

TOUGH MUDDER
SAT-SUN – Sign up to run in this annual muddy obstacle course with 10-mile, 5-mile and 5K options, don’t miss the after party.

LANTERN FESTIVAL
SAT – The summer days have shortened, watch the celebration of the equinox with glowing lanterns, Luminata parade and beautiful costumes.

BALLARD FESTIVAL
SAT – Learn about sustainability while enjoying live music, a tea garden, a food truck and workshops at Ballard Commons Park.

FREE NATIONAL PARK DAY
SAT – Head to any National Park for waived entrance fees! Checkout their website to find the nearest parks.

RECURRING EVENTS:

THEATRE COMEDY
THROUGH SEPT 30 – Get your tickets to The Foreigner, a slapstick comedy and award-winning play about secrets, language barriers and misunderstandings.

THE NOTEWORTHY LIFE OF HOWARD BARNES
THROUGH OCT 21 – This musical comedy production features an average guy who discovers his life has become a musical.

CIRQUE DU SOLEI VOLTA
THROUGH NOV 4  Watch the majestic story about the freedom of choice and blazing trails.

CABARET BRUNCH
THROUGH SEPT 30 – Explore this show of dance, comedy, music and history at the Pike Place Market Can Can theatre.

PUYALLUP FAIR
THROUGH SEPT 23 – Head to the Washington State Fair where you’ll experience carnival rides, view farm animals and enjoy live entertainment from music to the rodeo.

NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC PHOTO ARK EXHIBIT
THROUGH SEPT 30 Woodland Park Zoo hosts the traveling National Geographic exhibition, committed to documenting every species in zoos, aquariums and animal rescues with the intention of inspiring viewers to protect these animals and future generations.

SEATTLE FARMERS MARKETS
ALL MONTH – Visit neighborhood farmers markets selling produce exclusively from Washington state farmers. Check out what’s going on at the Ballard, Madrona & Wallingford’s Farmer’s Markets.

TOURS & ACTIVITIES
ALL MONTH – Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Visitor Center: Through engaging and thought-provoking exhibits, parents and children dive into some of the world’s toughest challenges and learn how to act on their own ideas and solutions. Families can expect hands-on exhibits and spaces to create, explore, and discuss.

NEW MOVIES OPENING THIS WEEKEND

  • The House With A Clock In Its Walls
  • Fahrenheit 11/9
  • Life Itself
  • American Dresser
  • Colette
  • The Great Battle
  • Love, Glida
  • The Sisters Brothers
  • Tea With The Dames
  • The Pagan King
  • Assassination Nation
  • Qismat

FOR A COMPLETE LIST OF EVENTS IN THE AREA FOR THE ENTIRE MONTH, VISIT

www.events12.com/seattle

www.bhhsnwrealestate.com

Seattle Events Weekend Planner: September 13-16, 2018

SEATTLE EVENTS WEEKEND PLANNER
SEPTEMBER 13-16, 2018

TANGO FESTIVAL
THROUGH SEPT 17 – Put on your dancing shoes and grab a partner for this series of classes and magical dances featuring live DJ’s.

BIRD FESTIVAL
FRI-SUN – Bring binoculars and the family for this celebration of the majestic winged creatures that call the Puget Sound home. Enjoy guided walks, exhibits, speakers and activities.

CIDER WEEK
THURS-SUN – Taste Washington ciders while enjoying special menus at local restaurants.

FISHERMEN’S FESTIVAL
SAT – Head to the 30th annual Fishermen’s Fall Festival benefiting the Seattle Fishermen’s Memorial. Listen to live music, educational demonstrations and food vendors showcasing incredible seafood.

STAMP COLLECTOR SHOW
FRI-SUN – Bring your stamp collection to be reviewed or view stamps from over 30 dealers and 200 frames of exhibits.

CHEESE FESTIVAL
SAT – Taste artisan cheeses at the Washington Artisan Cheesemakers Festival. Meet cheese producers and sample cheese pairings from local wineries and breweries.

GREEK FESTIVAL
FRI-SUN – Watch dancers perform in festival entertainment while enjoying Greek foods gyros, baklava, lamb, calamari and wine at the St. Demetrios Greek Festival.

FOOD TRUCK FESTIVAL
SAT – Head to the South Lake Union Discovery Center for Trucktoberfest, a celebration of Seattle’s latest and greatest food carts and a beer garden.

BRUNCH CRUISE
SAT – Enjoy the beautiful Waterways Cruise in Kirkland featuring a two hour tour. Hop aboard and cheers with a champagne or sparkling cider toast and a buffet.

HOPS & CROPS FESTIVAL
SAT – This music and beer festival features an array of bands and food trucks.

LATIN AMERICAN FESTIVAL
SAT-SUN Spain independence celebration with live mariachi music, a children’s soccer clinic, an art show,  dancing and food vendors at the Seattle Center.

VR & AR HACKATHON
FRI-SUN – Come together with other creatives to learn, develop, and gain hands on experience to the evolving technology of virtual reality and augmented  reality.

EDMONDS ART TOUR
SAT-SUN – Browse over 15 art studios displaying 30 artists and their finest work. This event allows you to meet the artists and have the opportunity to purchase pieces.

GARDEN PARTY
SAT – Rosé garden party wraps up the end of the season as Bottlehouse private garden celebrates and pours through their pink drink.

RECURRING EVENTS:

THE NOTEWORTHY LIFE OF HOWARD BARNES
THROUGH OCT 21 – This musical comedy production features an average guy who discovers his life has become a musical.

CIRQUE DU SOLEI VOLTA
THROUGH NOV 4  Watch the majestic story about the freedom of choice and blazing trails.

CABARET BRUNCH
THROUGH SEPT 30 – Explore this show of dance, comedy, music and history at the Pike Place Market Can Can theatre.

PUYALLUP FAIR
THROUGH SEPT 23 – Head to the Washington State Fair where you’ll experience carnival rides, view farm animals and enjoy live entertainment from music to the rodeo.

NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC PHOTO ARK EXHIBIT
THROUGH SEPT 30 Woodland Park Zoo hosts the traveling National Geographic exhibition, committed to documenting every species in zoos, aquariums and animal rescues with the intention of inspiring viewers to protect these animals and future generations.

SEATTLE FARMERS MARKETS
ALL MONTH – Visit neighborhood farmers markets selling produce exclusively from Washington state farmers. Check out what’s going on at the Ballard, Madrona & Wallingford’s Farmer’s Markets.

TOURS & ACTIVITIES
ALL MONTH – Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Visitor Center: Through engaging and thought-provoking exhibits, parents and children dive into some of the world’s toughest challenges and learn how to act on their own ideas and solutions. Families can expect hands-on exhibits and spaces to create, explore, and discuss.

NEW MOVIES OPENING THIS WEEKEND

  • The Predator
  • A Simple Favor
  • White Boy Rick
  • Bel Canto
  • The Riot Act
  • A Wizard’s Tale
  • MDMA
  • Patient Zero
  • Lizzie
  • Don’t Leave Home 

FOR A COMPLETE LIST OF EVENTS IN THE AREA FOR THE ENTIRE MONTH, VISIT

www.events12.com/seattle

www.bhhsnwrealestate.com

Seattle Events Weekend Planner: September 6-9, 2018

 

SEATTLE EVENTS WEEKEND PLANNER 
SEPTEMBER 6-9, 2018 

LIGHTHOUSE FESTIVAL
FRI-SUN Bring the family for the Mukilteo lighthouse festival association.  Stick around for the fishing derby, tea party, beer garden, live music and more!

STAR TRAIL TRACKER
SAT – Head to Magnuson Park Playground for this class to learn how to take stunning photos of star trails in space while going over settings and tools to get the best shot.

PRATT OPEN HOUSE
SAT Fine arts center celebrates annual fall open house with live art and hot bronze pour demonstrations.

MARINE FOR LIFE
THUR – Join this networking event, come together with local veteran’s and spouses to chat with local employers. All veteran/spouse job seekers are encouraged to attend.

THE URBANIST TOUR
SAT – Take a walk! Hop on the ferry and head to Seattle’s rural Vashon Island for a low-tide beach walk, history lesson and a visit to the farmer’s market.

DOWNTOWN ISSAQUAH WINE & ART WALK
SAT – Head to this lively downtown event in Issaquah and watch artists in action while sipping wine from local boutiques.

SAVOR SEATTLE
FRI-SUN – Savor all the sights and flavors of Pike Place Market and learn of the best places to eat, drink and play.

TRUE NORTHWEST
THROUGH AUG 19 – The Museum of History and Industry features The Seattle Journey, explaining the trials and tribulations of Seattle on its long and trying times from wilderness to world city.

CIRQUE DU SOLEI VOLTA
THROUGH NOV 4  Watch the majestic story about the freedom of choice and blazing trails.

DESIGN FEST BLOCK PARTY
SAT – The design festival is a street fair celebrating all the ways design affects our lives.

SODO FLEA
SAT – A flea market for the best of Seattle’s local businesses, makers and curators.

CIDER WEEK
THROUGH SEPT 16 – Features tastings from local cideries and restaurants with special event menus.

MAGICIAN
THUR-SUN – Witness something truly magical as Female magician Billy Kidd mind reads, combines illusion, comedy and much more.

ART UNCORKED
FRI – Over 22 wineries are participating in collaboration with local artists, musicians and eateries for this uncorked celebration.

DESIGN BLOCK PARTY
SAT-SUN – Large scale designs at the block party Seattle Design Festival! Don’t miss exhibits and performances at Pioneer Square.

LANTERN FESTIVAL 
SAT – Watch as the park is transformed into a lighted paradise. Watch jugglers and acrobats roam through a park adorned in lanterns. Enjoy live music and food vendors.

RECURRING EVENTS:

CABARET BRUNCH
THROUGH SEPT 30 – Explore this show of dance, comedy, music, theatre and history at the Pike Place Market Can Can theatre.

PUYALLUP FAIR
THROUGH SEPT 23 – Head to the Washington State Fair where you’ll experience carnival rides, view farm animals and enjoy live entertainment from music to the rodeo.

NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC PHOTO ARK EXHIBIT
THROUGH SEPT 30 Woodland Park Zoo hosts the traveling National Geographic exhibition, committed to documenting every species in zoos, aquariums and animal rescues with the intention of inspiring viewers to protect these animals and future generations.

SEATTLE FARMERS MARKETS
ALL MONTH – Visit neighborhood farmers markets selling produce exclusively from Washington state farmers. Check out what’s going on at the Ballard, Madrona & Wallingford’s Farmer’s Markets.

TOURS & ACTIVITIES
ALL MONTH – Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Visitor Center: Through engaging and thought-provoking exhibits, parents and children dive into some of the world’s toughest challenges and learn how to act on their own ideas and solutions. Families can expect hands-on exhibits and spaces to create, explore, and discuss.

NEW MOVIES OPENING THIS WEEKEND

  • Manu
  • Perfect Blue
  • City of Lies
  • Diane
  • God Bless The Broken Road
  • Mara
  • Peppermint
  • The Favorite
  • The Nun
  • Paltan 
  • Paper Boy

FOR A COMPLETE LIST OF EVENTS IN THE AREA FOR THE ENTIRE MONTH, VISIT

www.events12.com/seattle

www.bhhsnwrealestate.com

Seattle Events Weekend Planner August 30-September 2, 2018

SEATTLE EVENTS WEEKEND PLANNER 
AUGUST 30-SEPTEMBER 2, 2018 

BUMBERSHOOT
FRI-SUN – Head to the weekend music festival of the year, featuring today’s top artists! Don’t miss film, comedy and arts in 13 venues at the Seattle Center.

EVERGREEN STATE FAIR
THROUGH SEPT 3 – Take a gander at farm animals, join eating contests, hop on a carnival ride, and enjoy the concerts!

PAX-PENNY ARCADE EXPO 
THROUGH SEPT 3 – Head to the pre-opening Thursday at the Pre-PAX open house to test out the latest and unreleased Xbox titles, meet game developers and more! Then stick around for the expo featuring workshops and panelists.

OAK HARBOR MUSIC FESTIVAL
FRI-SUN – Enjoy music from over 30 artists while trying out food and drinks from vendors and arts & crafts on Whidbey Island.

YOGA & ART IN THE PARK
FRI – Bring the kids to an imaginative yoga and art session and story time at Brier City Park.

SO BAZAAR
THUR – Check out the night market Thursday at Redmond Central Connector Park with art inspired culinary pop-up series focusing on a specific color. This week’s theme is a play on classic black and white.

POND BOAT SAILING
SAT – Family fun at the Naval Reserve Armory, offers rental pirate boat models and miniature racing yacht sailing for children 5yrs and older.

SUMMER MOVIES IN THE PARK
THROUGH AUG 30Watch Indiana Jones The Raiders of the Lost Ark and enjoy food from Off the Rez Food Truck at Ballard Commons Park.

OLYMPIA HARBOR DAYS
FRI-SUN  Watch as tugboats return to the southern tip of the Puget Sound. This three-day event features food, art, history, and a goodbye to summer.

LABOR DAY BOAT PARTY
SAT Join Oceanic Entertainment and Seattle’s most popular party ship for a late night boat party with a variety of music mashups and festivities.

BLACKBERRY FESTIVAL
SAT-MON 29th Annual Bremerton Blackberry Festival features vendors, children’s entertainment, a climbing wall and most of all, blackberries!

SEATTLE INDIE’S EXPO
SUN – Join another gaming convention, the exhibition for independent game developers and Amazon GameOn!

LATIN & INDIAN NIGHT
SUN – Celebrate with this end of summer party! Dance to tropical tunes and a mashup of the world’s greatest music. Featuring Bollywood entertainer, DJ Prashant.

A HAUNTED EXCURSION 
FRI-SAT – The new way to experience theatre! Be led by members of Improv through Market Ghost Stories, illuminating the history of the downtown district.

RECURRING EVENTS:

WEEKDAY CONCERTS
THROUGH AUG 31 – Downtown summer sounds brings live music to the workweek, checkout the free concert series lineup.

SEATTLE MARINERS
THROUGH SEPT 30 – Catch the remainder of the Seattle Mariners home games!

U-PICK ORGANIC BLUEBERRIES
EVERY DAY UNTIL DUSK – Pick organic blueberries or sit on the lakefront with a picnic at the Higher Taste Blueberry farm.  You can also purchase raw honey from the buds of the blueberries themselves, no pesticides ever used.

PUYALLUP FAIR
THROUGH SEPT 23 Browse exhibits, farm animals, the rodeo and checkout the lineup for the Columbia Bank Concert Series all at the Washington State Fair!

NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC PHOTO ARK EXHIBIT
THROUGH SEPT 30 Woodland Park Zoo hosts the traveling National Geographic exhibition, committed to documenting every species in zoos, aquariums and animal rescues with the intention of inspiring viewers to protect these animals and future generations.

SEATTLE FARMERS MARKETS
ALL MONTH – Visit neighborhood farmers markets selling produce exclusively from Washington state farmers. Check out what’s going on at the Ballard, Madrona & Wallingford’s Farmer’s Markets.

TOURS & ACTIVITIES
ALL MONTH – Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Visitor Center: Through engaging and thought-provoking exhibits, parents and children dive into some of the world’s toughest challenges and learn how to act on their own ideas and solutions. Families can expect hands-on exhibits and spaces to create, explore, and discuss.

NEW MOVIES OPENING THIS WEEKEND

  • Operation Finale
  • Kin
  • Active Measures
  • Big Brother
  • Blood Fest
  • The Little Stranger
  • Pick of the Litter
  • Reprisal
  • Slave to the Grind
  • Active Measures
  • Chasing the Win
  • Destination Wedding
  • Inventing tomorrow
  • S.M.A.R.T. Chase

FOR A COMPLETE LIST OF EVENTS IN THE AREA FOR THE ENTIRE MONTH, VISIT

www.events12.com/seattle

Seattle Events Weekend Planner: August 23-26, 2018

SEATTLE EVENTS WEEKEND PLANNER
AUGUST 23-26, 2018 

SNOQUALMIE BIKE FESTIVAL
FRI-SUN – Bring your bike to this gigantic bicycle festival with live music and workshops. Rides at Centennial Fields Park ranging from 25, 50 and 100 miles.

1920’s BOAT PARTY  
SAT Gatsby’s Beautiful Little Fools takes guests back to the 1920’s while being entertained by circus troupe performers, musicians, and dancers.

FREAKY CIRCUS
SAT – Lagunitas Beer Circus features live music and Freaktacular entertainment presented by Urban Artworks.

HANGARFEST
SAT – Join the Museum of Flight’s summer send-off party with food trucks, drinks, live music and outdoor games.

WINE & BEER FESTIVAL
SAT Compete in a grape stomping competition, enjoy food and beverage vendors, and watch live chalk art.

PADDLEBOARD RACE
SAT – Stand up for the Cure at Lake Sammamish State Park. All proceeds benefit the Susan G. Komen Puget Sound, and participants can enjoy lunch, live music, happy hour, free lessons with world SUP champions and preventative screenings.

BLUES & BREWS
SAT –  Enjoy live music as you sample from over 15 different breweries and wineries. Stick around Sunday for the Funk Abides Fest in support of youth music education.

MEDIEVAL VILLAGE  
SAT-SUN Harvest Festival archery, craft shops and sword demonstrations.

SAMBA AT SEWARD PARK
SUN – Listen to live drums at the Seattle SambaThon and enjoy cardio, culture and community!

KIDCHELLA
SAT  The Coachella Valley is headed to Seattle for a family friendly spin on festive music! Don’t miss the Food and beverage vendors as well as activities and exhibitors.

PRINCE & MICHAEL
SAT – Join the ultimate tribute party to the King of Pop and the Purple one.

MISCAST
SAT – Seattle’s funniest performers act out famous film and tv series they’ve never seen for the ultimate improv.

OUTDOOR WARS: A NEW HOME IN THE PARK
SAT – Catch this live theatrical production of Star Wars A New Hope. Enjoy audience participation and a live band in this Star Wars celebration.

WEST SEATTLE BEER & MUSIC FESTIVAL
FRI-SUN – Taste an array of craft beers accompanied by incredible food pairings, live bands and DJ’s. This event fundraises for the Westside Baby Co., that distributes free items and safety gear for babies and children.

ARTS IN NATURE FESTIVAL
SAT-SUN – Experience music, dancing and puppet shows while viewing art exhibits and craft-making at the Forest Arts Festival.

RECURRING EVENTS:

U-PICK ORGANIC BLUEBERRIES
EVERY DAY UNTIL DUSK – Pick organic blueberries or sit on the lakefront with a picnic at the Higher Taste Blueberry farm.  You can also purchase raw honey from the buds of the blueberries themselves, no pesticides ever used.

NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC PHOTO ARK EXHIBIT
THROUGH SEPT 30 Woodland Park Zoo hosts the traveling National Geographic exhibition, committed to documenting every species in zoos, aquariums and animal rescues with the intention of inspiring viewers to protect these animals and future generations.

CANOE TOUR
ALL MONTHCheck for availability. Adventure out on this 3-hour guided canoe trip through the Mercer Slough. This 320-acre wetland is one you don’t want to miss!

SEATTLE FARMERS MARKETS
ALL MONTH – Visit neighborhood farmers markets selling produce exclusively from Washington state farmers. Check out what’s going on at the Ballard, Madrona & Wallingford’s Farmer’s Markets.

TOURS & ACTIVITIES
ALL MONTH – Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Visitor Center: Through engaging and thought-provoking exhibits, parents and children dive into some of the world’s toughest challenges and learn how to act on their own ideas and solutions. Families can expect hands-on exhibits and spaces to create, explore, and discuss.

NEW MOVIES OPENING THIS WEEKEND

  • A.X.L.
  • The HappyTime Murders
  • Beautifully Broken
  • Blue Iguana  
  • AN L.A. Minute
  • Papillion
  • Searching
  • Support The Girls

 

FOR A COMPLETE LIST OF EVENTS IN THE AREA FOR THE ENTIRE MONTH, VISIT

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Seattle Events Weekend Planner: August 16-19, 2018

 

SEATTLE EVENTS WEEKEND PLANNER
AUGUST 16-19, 2018

CHALK ART FEST
FRI-SUN – Watch 14 chalk artists in Redmond Town Center as they swarm the streets and create chalk masterpieces. Bring the family for live music and activities!

KIDS OBSTACLE RACE
SAT-SUN – Bring the family! Kids from ages 5-16 will be challenged with running through mud and obstacles at Lake Sammamish State Park.

PIKE PLACE MARKET DINNER
FRI – Celebrate the 111th anniversary of Pike Place with fine dining Sunset supper featuring over 100 of the region’s best restaurants, wineries, breweries and distilleries will be in attendance.

RAILROAD FESTIVAL
FRI-SUN – A look at the past 80 years of trains, timber and tradition. Dive into the Pancake breakfast Saturday and stick around to enjoy the Parade Sunday with food and beverage vendors.

HOT SAUCE FESTIVAL
SAT – Seattle’s Hot Sauce Fest promises hot sauce tastings, cool down with the beer garden, food vendors and fun games with the family. Stick around for the movie playing at dusk!

WINE WEEKEND
THUR-SAT – The Winemaker Picnic and Barrel Auction of Washington wines benefits the Seattle Children’s Hospital and the Viticulture and Enology Program at WSU.

TACO TASTING
SAT – Head to the Seattle Taco Takeover to sample tacos, Latin dishes and tequila while you enjoy live music. Try your turn at judging dishes and taste submissions to the cocktail competition.

WASHINGTON BEER FEST
SAT – Washington Beer BBQ event hosted at Lake Union Park has over 100+ local craft brews to taste from over 50 participating vendors.

SAMMAMISH EVENING FEST
SAT  Outdoor summer event gives adults a fun night under the stars with beverage tastings, food from local restaurants and dancing with live music.

SAUSAGE AND CIDERFEST
SAT – Enjoy different sausages, cider from Northwest breweries, as well as craft beer and wine. This benefit supports the Covington Kiwanis Club and includes the Eliminate project, Children’s Cancer Program and Covington Youth Athletics.

FESTIVAL OF ARTISTS AT WORK
SAT-SUN – Head to the Fresh Paint event at the Everett Art Festival in the Port of Everett Marina with over 100 artists booths, live entertainment and more!

BRASILFEST
SUN – Join the 20th annual Celebration of Brazilian arts and traditions. This festival combines traditional food workshops and activities.

MINI MAKER FAIRE 
SAT – Join the Greatest Show & Tell on Earth! Gather with curious tinkers from engineers to scientists and artists, learn about new experiments, hobbies and projects.

CAPITOL HILL GARAGE SALE DAY
SUN Browse dozens of neighborhood sales at Cal Anderson Park, or get rid of your treasures at one of the biggest sales of the year!

FAMILY MUSICAL
THURS-SAT – Featuring family favorites from beloved Charlie Brown. See Linus, Lucy, Snoopy and more as they bring Civic Theatre to life!

RECURRING EVENTS:

LEGO AMERICANA ROADSHOW
THROUGH SUN – Celebrate and honor the history of the U.S. through Lego buildings and fascinating architectural structures made by master builders. Hands on activities and play areas available.

U-PICK ORGANIC BLUEBERRIES
EVERY DAY UNTIL DUSK – Pick organic blueberries or sit on the lakefront with a picnic at the Higher Taste Blueberry farm. You can also purchase raw honey from the buds of the blueberries themselves, no pesticides ever used.

DISENCHANTED: THE MUSICAL
THROUGH SAT – See Snow White and her group of Disenchanted princesses in a hilarious musical that brings their stories back to life to set the record straight.

NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC PHOTO ARK EXHIBIT
THROUGH SEPT 30 Woodland Park Zoo hosts the traveling National Geographic exhibition, committed to documenting every species in zoos, aquariums and animal rescues with the intention of inspiring viewers to protect these animals and future generations.

CANOE TOUR
ALL MONTHCheck for availability. Adventure out on this 3-hour guided canoe trip through the Mercer Slough. This 320-acre wetland is one you don’t want to miss!

SEATTLE FARMERS MARKETS
ALL MONTH – Visit neighborhood farmers markets selling produce exclusively from Washington state farmers. Check out what’s going on at the Ballard, Madrona & Wallingford’s Farmer’s Markets.

TOURS & ACTIVITIES
ALL MONTH – Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Visitor Center: Through engaging and thought-provoking exhibits, parents and children dive into some of the world’s toughest challenges and learn how to act on their own ideas and solutions. Families can expect hands-on exhibits and spaces to create, explore, and discuss.

NEW MOVIES OPENING THIS WEEKEND

  • Mile 22
  • Crazy Rich Asians
  • Alpha
  • Billionaire Boys club
  • Blaze
  • Breaking & Exiting
  • Down A Dark Hall
  • Europe Raiders

FOR A COMPLETE LIST OF EVENTS IN THE AREA FOR THE ENTIRE MONTH, VISIT

www.events12.com/seattle