Friday, July 30, 2010

weekend fun (july 30-august 1)

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(FRI) Not ITs
Friday, July 30th 12:00pm, High Noon! FREE
Peanut Butter & Jam Kid's Concert Series
Tukwila Community Center 12424 42nd Avenue South Tukwila
This concert will ROCKWILA!

(FRI) Farm Gardening at Kelsey Creek Farm
Plant seeds to take home, search for worms, and more
When: Wednesday, June 30, 1-1:30 pm
Address: Kelsey Creek Farm, 410 130th Avenue Southeast, Bellevue, WA 98005
Age: All ages, must be accompanied by adult
Cost: Free

(FRI) Sounds of Summer Concert Series: Recess Monkey, Family Music
The "mini-gorge" natural amphitheater in Jennings Park provides the perfect acoustical venue for hearing some of the Pacific Northwest's most gifted musical acts. Whether your tastes are bluegrass and folk, R&B or rock-n-roll, you're sure to find an ear-pleasing style that will entertain your entire family.
Live in Jennings Memorial Park
Lions Centennial Pavilion
6915 Armar Road, Marysville
Start time 7:00pm

(FRI) Magnuson Park Summer Concert Series @ the Ampitheater: Not ITs
7400 Sand Point Way NE, Seattle, WA 98115 (near the dog park)
Listen for dogs barking, guitars rocking or BOTH!
Friday, July 30th, 6:30pm FREE

(FRI) Family Swim Night at Peter Kirk Pool
The theme to this week’s three-hour family open swim is Hook, Line & Seafair, with pool games, rafts and inner tubes, oh my!
Fri., 5:30 to 8:30 pm, Kirkland, $3.

(FRI) Edmonds Outdoor Movie Night: The Tale of Despereaux,
Frances Anderson Center playfield (FREE)
Movie starts at dusk

(FRI) Carillon Point Outdoor Movies 2010
July 31 – Monsters Vs Aliens
When: Saturdays, Dusk (plaza opens 1 hour prior to dusk for seating)
Address: Carillon Point, 4100 Carillon Point Kirkland, WA 98033
A movie becomes all the more magical when the backdrop is beautiful Lake Washington and you watch it under the stars. Bring chairs and a picnic and enjoy the screening of Monsters vs. Aliens. Sat., 8:15 pm, Kirkland.
$5 Donation suggested.

(FRI/SAT/SUN) Tour de Terrace
6:45 Fri: Tour de Terrace parade, starts at 234th and ends at Evergreen Playfield. Mountlake Terrace
8:00am-12noon Sat: Pancake Breakfast
10 pm Sat: fireworks
Evergreen Playfield
22205 56th Ave W, Mountlake Terrace.
Beer garden, carnvial, street fair

(SAT) Torchlight Parade
Seafair's big-deal 'do, the Torchlight Parade, includes dozens of floats, drill teams, bands, equestrian units, pirates, princesses, you name it. Don't wait to head downtown today -- folks (lots of them) start lining up early to snag a good viewing spot. As Seattle's jewel for 60 years, the Alaska Airlines Torchlight Parade continues to be the Northwest's largest nighttime parade and a highly anticipated event for generations of spectators lining the parade route year after year. Precision drill teams, community floats, regional and international bands, equestrian units, giant helium balloons, comical clowns and swashbuckling pirates all come together for one magical night in downtown Seattle to celebrate true family and community entertainment.
Location : Downtown Seattle, Fourth Avenue
July 31st @ 7:30pm
FREE.

(SAT) Camp Long Lodge reopening celebration
West Seattle; 4-7 pm

(SAT) Summer Outdoor Movies in The Junction (West Seattle)
Hotwire/Dr. Wolff courtyard
“Fantastic Mr. Fox,” at dusk

(SAT/SUN) Got a bicycle you don’t need any more? Donate it this weekend!
The Village Bicycle Project is having a bike drive this Saturday at the West Seattle YMCA from 9-5, which makes it incredibly easy to drop of an old bike, bike frame, bike wheel, pile of parts, whatever you have lying around, while you are out doing your weekend errands!

(SAT) Creating Comics: Sea Monsters & Slimy Things
Richmond Beach Library.
Ages 8+
3:00pm

(SUN) Sammamish National Night Out with Children’s Concert
When: Tuesday, August 3, 10am-2pm; 11am- Charlie “Noiseguy” Williams performs
Address: Sammamish Commons, 801 228th Ave SE
All Ages; FREE

(SUN) The Puppet-o-Rama Festival
Seattle University
Festival is for puppeteers, but the public is invited to two family shows on Sunday.
At 1 p.m., Parasol Puppets performs The Amazing Mysto's Magic Show
At 4 p.m., local Bunraku company Thistle Theatre performs The Tale of Two Bad Mice.

(SUN) Pista Sa Nayon
Seward Park Amphitheater: one-day festival with food, information and arts & crafts booths, live entertainment, basketball tournament and children's games.
Showcasing the very best of being Filipino, Pista sa Nayon offers activities for people of all ages. Pista sa Nayon is a beautiful expression of cultural pride and traditions amoung Filipinos.
It has become a wonderful family renunion on a grand scale.
9am -8pm

(SUN) Greater Seattle Fuchsia Society Annual Show
Hiram M. Chittenden Locks
3015 N.W. 54th St., Seattle, WA 98107
9am-3:30pm

(SUN) Bark of Seattle
We love win-wins and this event fits the bill because it will please the kiddos (games and music) and the pup (agility course and photo opps).
Sun., 11 am to 6 pm, Seattle, Free.

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