A treasured summer tradition, Dancing til Dusk takes place in one of four beautiful Seattle downtown parks for 13 weeks each summer. These free events begin with an hour-long dance lesson, followed by live music and a big open dance floor. Beginners to experts all dance together.
This Polynesian-themed dinner features Hawaiian, Tahitian, and Samoan dance lessons and other family-friendly activities.
An anniversary of the emancipation of the country’s last slaves, which happened on June 19, 1865 in Texas.
The historic, hilly community will host its 11th annual day of family fun. Saunter along Queen Anne Avenue North for activities like live music, a car show, a doggie and human parade, an art walk, food trucks, a sidewalk sale, and a beer, wine, and cider garden.
This event, with its popular Salmon Bake and BBQ, delights the community year after year.
This event promotes healthy lifestyles for people of all ages at this popular community center and pool. Attendees will meet fitness-focused businesses, enjoy a variety of nutritious food vendors, have fun with games/activities booths, and shop arts and craft exhibitors.