Venice is Sinking Masquerade Ball
June 27, 2020.
This event was postponed due to Coronavirus and is now in June!
The annual Venice is Sinking Masquerade Ball at Seattle Design Center is your chance to dress up in a lavish outfit for an evening of entertainment.
Seattle Public Library Adult Book Bingo
Through September 8, 2020
Remember Summer reading programs when you were a kid? You can still do it! Here's Seattle Public Library's annual Adult Book Bingo program. Hang the card on your fridge, read, complete a bingo or a blackout and get entered in a drawing to win a prize.
For 2020, the Seafair triathlon is a virtual event.
For 2020 the plan was to shift the pride parade to virtual events that weekend. At this point, we're not sure what they are and suggest checking the event website for details.
The Seattle Pride Parade happens in Downtown Seattle at the end of June.
May 4-July 27, 2020
This series of classes in Seattle focus on expanding your creativity through The Artists Way by Julia Cameron.
This class series was moved online due to COVID-19.
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This is a calendar that includes events for Seattle as well as greater King County. There’s too many to list them all…but we’re getting there.
In this Seattle events calendar, you’ll find things to do in Seattle from theater and musicals to onesie pub crawls!
If you’d like an additional set of options to narrow your search, we have another alternate calendar page that doesn’t look quite as nice, but has a more robust set of filters.
Please note that we have additional calendars available for all PNW Events, Kitsap County Events and (coming soon) Olympic Peninsula events. We plan to eventually add calendars for more local areas as we get more events.
If you ‘d like to add your event, you can do so by a link in the menu above, or by clicking here.
Some recent(ish) posts from our Seattle blog:
We’ve struggled to keep up with event changes on our calendar, but just went through and cleaned it up for Summer events through the Autumn Equinox.
Here are Summer events that we normally list on our calendar that have been cancelled and postponed until 2021, turned into virtual events, or which are still planning on proceeding. Followed by a list of some suggestions of things you CAN do this Summer.
An photographer took an overhead drone photo of the Black Lives Matter mural in Seattle’s CHAZ. I thought it was worth a post.
COVID-19 cancelled events — and then many organizers brought theirs online. This is a growing list of the ones we know of around the Puget Sound area.
Know about one that should be here? You can add it.
This “Seattle Vintage” post is husband’s recollection of a funny short film from the 1970s which followed archaeologists excavating the remains of the ancient city of Seattle after an eruption of Mount Rainier.
This is mixed in with my own memories of the now-long-gone Seattle Center Fun Forest.
Well, for 2020 many outdoor Shakespeare events are being cancelled or rescheduled. But here’s the blurb from the original post:
Summer is coming! One of the things I look forward to putting on my schedule are the many free and low-cost outdoor Shakespeare performances in local parks. Grab your festival blanket, pack a picnic, and get ready for some Bard.
Seattle is home to some great mountain biking and some of the best beginner mountain bike trails in the Pacific Northwest. This is a sponsored post from evo — a Seattle based retailer that specializes in outdoor equipment…mountainbikes and more!
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