this weekend’s activities!

18 Sep

SATURDAY 9/18:

farm days on the cobblestone (pike place market).

farmers set up booths and tents on the cobblestone in front of the marketplace.

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univeristy district farmers market. 9-2pm.

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magnolia farmers market. 10-2pm.

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georgetown farmers and flea market. 10-4pm.

outdoor farmers market next to the flea market.

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georgetown trailer park market of curiosities. 10-4pm.

outdoor retail and street food vendors.

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wing luke museum of the asian pacific american experience. 10-8pm.

free museum day!

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westfest west seattle family festival. 10am-1opm.

holy rosary school. 4142 42nd ave sw.

bingo, performances, rides, games, beer garden, food and desserts, live music, raffle, book sale, and more!

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seattle square (occidental park). 11-5pm.

outdoor vintage and craft vendors, street food vendors.

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puppets in the park. noon & 2pm.

bergen place.5420 22nd ave nw. ballard.

free. all ages. two live puppet performances. presented by langston hughes performing arts center and parks commons program.

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the pearl’s block party. noon-6pm.

free. all ages. the pearl 1500 madison st. capitol hill.

ice cream (free if you wear swimwear), ($) two beer gardens, retail booths, music, giveaways, and more!

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sausage fest (not seattle, but nearby). noon-7pm.

redhook ale brewery, woodinville, wa. 14300 ne 145th st.

$5 adv. (includes admission and a festival mug).

$1 tokens to purchase beer and food samples: 8 redhook beers featured, food vendors include:

anita’s crepes, the cheese cellar, dante’s inferno hot dogs, j&d’s food, molly moon ice cream, oberto beef jerky, rain shadow meats, salumi, skillet street food, smokin’ pete’s bbq, uli’s famous sausage.

jumbo tv for viewing uw vs. nebraska game, raffle, rock climbing wall, games and competitions. live music on the mainstage noon-6:30pm.

noon-12:45: sallie ford & the sound outside

1:10-1:55: the lights

2:20-3:30: hillstomp

3:45-4:45: the black whales

5:15-6:30: hey marseilles

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seattle fiestas patrias. noon-midnight.

center house, fisher pavilion, seattle center.

free. all ages. “patriotic holidays” with hispanic foods, art, dance, exhbits, and more!

also the south park community parade is 11-1pm.

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p-patch community garden tours. southeast seattle. 1-3pm.

pick up/drop off at southeast neighborhood service center. 3815 s. othello st.

free. all ages. online registration required. van tour presented by the seattle department of neighborhoods. the featured gardens include hillman city, bradner, coleman, new holly gardens, thistle.

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family fun day at westlake park. 3-6pm.

401 pine st. downtown.

free. all ages. amusement park rides and more!

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arts gumbo 2010: the spirit of mexico. 6-9pm.

rainier valley cultural center. 3515 rainier ave s.

$10. $7 for students/seniors. $25 for families (up to 4 people). presented by seedsarts, this is the first of a three-part series (arts gumbo). joyas mestizas dance group, mexican food, art, and more!

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smash putt! at INS. fri/sat/sun. now-0ct 17. 6pm-1:30am.

21+. $12.27-$16.36.

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sound spirits opening celebration party. all day/7pm.

1630 15th ave w.

open to the public for vodka samples and tours all day (starting at 10am).

7pm $15 after-party (online rsvp required) with cocktails, appetizers, djs and more!

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“reasons to be pretty” at artswest. playing now-oct 2. 7:30pm.

$5-$32. ($5 teen tix. $10 under 25). plays wednesdays-sundays.

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the young evils at easy st. 8pm.

easy street records. 4559 california ave sw. west seattle.

free. all ages. in-store musical performance.

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SUNDAY 9/19:

west seattle farmers market. 10-2pm.

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ballard farmers market. 10-3pm.

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fremont street market. 10-5pm.

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broadway farmers market. 11-3pm.

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farm days on the cobblestone (north end of pike place market closed to traffic).

farmers set up booths and tents on the cobblestone in front of the marketplace.

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9th annual buskers’ festival. 11-5pm.

free. all ages. pike place market.

three stages, over 35 street performers, including magic shows, musical performances, and more!

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seattle fiestas patrias. noon-6pm.

center house, fisher pavilion, seattle center.

free. all ages. “patriotic holidays” with hispanic foods, art, dance, exhbits, and more!

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interbay whole foods 30th birthday local taste fair. 1-4pm.

interbay whole foods market. 2001 15th ave w.

free samples from over 30 local vendors!

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free boat rides on lake union. 2pm, 3pm.

center for wooden boats. south lake union.

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smash putt! at INS. fri/sat/sun. now-0ct 17. 6pm-1:30am.

21+. $12.27-$16.36.

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trivia at the living room. 7-9pm.

1355 e. olive way. capitol hill.

$2/person. teams of 6 or less people. cash prize. $3 trivia specialty cocktail, $5 shot & a beer all night.

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trivia at snoose junction pizzaria. 8:30-10pm

2305 nw market st. ballard.

$5/person. cash, beer, pizza prizes.

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“reasons to be pretty” at artswest. playing now-oct 2. 7:30pm.

$5-$32. ($5 teen tix. $10 under 25). plays wednesdays-sundays.

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