June-July is the primary strawberry season around Puget Sound. Head to the Burien Strawberry Festival this weekend. Check out this list of upcoming berry festivals.
Celebrate Pride Month with a first-ever Seattle Hockey Association tournament this weekend at Olympicview Arena.
Juneteenth by It Takes a Village creates a unique, annual event space to celebrate the Black community and learn about the Black experience while sharing in the diversity of culture that makes up our neighborhoods, connecting people to services and resources they need to live their best lives while enjoying a day spent in and with community, sharing food, ideas, goods, and more.
PRIDE & PUPPY PARTY
The Pride and Puppy meet-up will be hosted this Saturday at the Downtown Dog Lounge for an all-breed meet-up honoring Pride month.
View live and pre-recorded performances of the Seattle Symphony online today!
Volunteer your time for a community restoration work party at the Jackson Park Golf Course.
The Witching Hour is an immersive storytelling box that casts you as a new initiate to the Society of Nocturnal Mysteries. You toggle from object d’art, to interactive website with short films, to artisanal cocktails, and whoopsie-daisy! Your docent accidentally rips the Fabric of Darkness. It’s up to you to decide whether to put the army of fears you have unleashed back in the bottle or recruit them to be your allies in this astral plane.
NATIVE ART MARKET
Head to the Father’s Day Art Market this Saturday and Sunday at the Duwamish Longhouse and Cultural Center to shop art prints, crafts, jewelry, healing medicines, a salmon bake, and more!
The Tacoma Rainiers baseball season opens this week! Check the schedule here.
Shop local farmer’s markets for a wide variety of produce. Head to Federal Way, Lakewood Farmer’s Market, West Seattle, Fremont Farmer’s, Madrona Market.
In honor of Juneteenth, enjoy two back-to-back sets from Seattle-rooted jazz players Dawn Clement (once deemed “Seattle’s jazz Wonder Woman” in the Seattle Times, logging on from Denver) and Ryan Burns (whose 2020 release Postponed Parade was nominated for a Golden Ear Award).
In honor of Juneteenth, get a behind-the-scenes look at a recent community history project that features the stories and contributions of African Americans to Alexandria’s history. Members of the African American Heritage Trail Committee will discuss the importance of Black history in Alexandria, what archaeology reveals about the past, and the potential benefits and impacts of community history initiatives.
Artist Juliana Huxtable explores the intersections of race, gender, queerness, and identity using a diverse set of means, including self-portraiture, text-based prints, performance, nightlife, music, writing, and social media. In honor of Pride month, look to Huxtable’s work as inspiration and create your very own talisman using neon paint, construction paper, and glitter.
Celebrate Juneteenth virtually with the LA County Library featuring stories, songs, and rhymes while learning school readiness skills.
OUT ON THE PORCH
Seattle Men’s Chorus, Seattle Women’s Chorus, and The Supertonics are all OUT on the Porch for Pride this year. This streaming show features 10 new music videos from choruses, all filmed safely in quarantine.
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HEAD SPACE: UNWIND YOUR MIND
Do you want to relax, meditate, or sleep deeply? Personalize the experience according to your mood or mindset with this interactive special.
THE DEVIL BELOW
When a team of researchers tries to find out what started a fire in a coal mine, they quickly discover that the disaster is anything but natural.
Episode two of the new “Loki,” the mercurial villain Loki (Tom Hiddleston) resumes his role as the God of Mischief in a new series that takes place after the events of “Avengers: Endgame.” New episodes each week!
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