Weekend Outlook June 7-9 | Help a Neighbor in Need: Activism and Engagement Abounds
Jun 05, 2019 02:32PM
● By Rachel Belfield
We're also featuring three events for teens and tweens, PLUS two new baby and kid storytimes at the Northgate Barnes & Noble.
Community Engagement and Activism
Kids and grown-ups of all ages will gather to raise awareness of gun violence in America, with Moms Demand Action. This event is at the 185th St. overpass during Friday's commute.
Shop for clothing jewelry, sports equipment, and more to support local families at the Center for Human Services.
Kids and grown-ups of all ages will gather to raise awareness of gun violence in America and clean up Ronald Bog Park and the nearby underpass.
Free event for all ages to discuss the book Pass It On and how we care for our communities, plus art for kids, food, and music at Shoreline City Hall.
Activities for Teens and Tweens
Free dancing, food, games, and more for kids in grades 7-12 at the Shoreline Teen Center.
This popular, once-a-month event is packed with fun, laughter, and snacks for kids ages 10-12 at the Richmond Highlands Rec Center.
Bring your favorite folding chair, blanket or sleeping bag to Ridgecrest Elementary for this free event brought to you by the Ridgecrest Neighborhood Association.
Damn the Weather! Get Out and Active
Drop in anytime between 10 am and 1 pm with children ages 3-7 for "Fantastic Flowers," a fun nature exploration with an activity and a craft. ($10/family)
Join us for The Pack the Park Fun Run/Walk benefiting Friday Food Packs, which provide supplemental food during the school year to students in the Lake Forest Park and Shoreline communities. Follow the link for more details, including registration fees.
Live music, kids' activities, and food trucks highlight this day of fun for Northshore families and community members at Pop Keeney Field in Bothell.
The Shoreline Farmer's Market kicks off this weekend at Shoreline Place (near 160th & Aurora) with local produce, meat, crafts, music, and food trucks.
Local produce, food, and crafts each Sunday at Lake Forest Park Town Center.
Kids, bring your bikes to ride and possibly swap in the "Bike Swap Corral" at Lake Forest Park Elementary.
In addition to the regular "Play & Learn" sessions, indoor playgrounds, and toddler gyms that can be found at the Shoreline Families calendar, these other local events will keep you cozy, active, and entertained indoors this weekend.
Indoor Activities for Body and Brain
Children ages 4 and up can learn the basic skills to create jewelry and shrinky-dinks with their families at the Lake City Community Center. ($5/person, $15 max/family)
Storytime and Activities Featuring Moon's First Friends: One Giant Leap for Friendship | Saturday June 8, 11:00 am
Kids' storytime and activities at the Northgate Barnes & Noble.
Storytime and activities for babies 0-24 months and caregivers at the Northgate Barnes & Noble.
Board games, card games, dice games, and more for all ages at the Shoreline Library. Play games on hand or bring your own!