Weekend Outlook May 31 - June 2 | Short on Days, Big on Personality!
May 30, 2019 01:57PM
● By Rachel Belfield
Check out our best bets below, and make sure to follow the links for more details, such as any ticket costs or registration links. (And of course, the option to add the event to the digital calendar of your choice!)
Unique Experiences and One-Time-Only Events
This family-friendly LGTBQ celebration for everyone includes face painting, arts and crafts, and other exciting activities in the Phinney/Greenwood neighborhood.
Mingle with neighbors and artists from the Visual Communications Technology department at Shoreline Community College, to explore their 15 new media art projects at this opening reception.
Spanish film (English subtitles) about a hapless young soccer team's attempt to solve a mystery, showing at Shoreline Community College.
A hybrid documentary set in the future, showing at Shoreline Community College.
Exploration and Activities for Budding Scientists and Engineers
Exercise mental strength with a game of tabletop golf. In this hands-on workshop you and your child can discuss the mindset, jargon and strategy of the sport as you build a putting green to master your hole-in-one.
K-12 science fair, robotics, and hands-on science fun at Shoreline Community College on Saturday.
Port of Edmonds invites families to take boat rides, enjoy music, and enjoy the Marina on Saturday.
Game night for kids 5 and older, held in the Roosevelt neighborhood the first Saturday of the month.
Ages 6 and older; tweens and teens welcome. All skill levels are welcome. We’ll have chess boards and people willing to teach those who want to learn at the Shoreline Library.
Garage Sale, Farmer's Markets, and Food for a Good Cause
Enjoy sandwiches, fresh herbs and veggies, homemade Sriracha, and more at Shorewood High School during lunchtime on Friday.
Hunt for treasures throughout the Ridgecrest neighborhood on Saturday.
Raise funds to build homes in Mexico at Seattle Grace Presbyterian Church, held during the Ridgecrest garage sale day.
Local produce, food, and crafts each Sunday at the Town Center.
Music, Music Everywhere
Two Scoops "Boogie Woogie": A blend of rollicking boogie-woogie humor balanced with sincere heartfelt blues.
Live music, beer, and food at the family- and dog-friendly Lake Trail Taproom in Kenmore.
Honky Tonk Sweethearts "Rockabilly": Vintage country, 50s rock'n'roll, and a few originals to get your toes a-tappin'.
The North City venue is family-friendly early in the evening, offering beer, wine, and surprisingly good food.
Enjoy live music on the patio while enjoying food and drink at The Local 104 restaurant in Lake Forest Park.
Story Times in Languages Other than EnglishSpanish at the Lake City Library | Friday, 10:30-11:30 am
Mandarin Chinese at the Lake City Library | Friday, 11:30 am - 12:00 pm
Somali at the Lake City Library | Saturday, 4-4:30 pm