Your Busy Weekend in Northeast Seattle: June 13-15

It’s baaaack! The weekly weekend events calendar of Northeast Seattle, that is. Let the fun begin!

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The weather this weekend looks to be a little gray. Rain is most likely on Friday and temperatures might reach the mid-60s by Father’s Day. Could be worse, Pops.

THURSDAY

  • Shop at a local farmer’s market for dinner, then have a seat and eat.

FRIDAY

  • Watch a Meaningful Movie on the plight of the bee.
    • Free screening of “More Than Honey” at the University Unitarian Church (6556 35th Ave NE). Doors open at 6:30 PM, film starts at 7 PM. Donations Accepted.

SATURDAY

  • Ride together to Seattle Children’s Livable Streets Celebration.
    • Meet up with Kidical Mass at the Husky Grind (3925 Adams Lane NE) at 10 AM and head out by 10:20 AM on the Burke-Gilman Trail detour to the newly completed connecting path to Children’s Hospital. The Celebration will include free bike helmets and fittings, bike rodeo, food and prizes.
  • Recycle your outdated electronics and shred personal paperwork.
    • Center for Spiritual Living parking lot (5801 Sand Point Way NE), 10 AM-2 PM. Electronics to be refurbished and reused by InterConnection for unemployed and low-income individuals and families. Items accepted: desktop and laptop computers, monitors, TVs, cell phones, keyboards, power cables, and speakers. Shredding done by Confidential Data Disposal, Inc.
  • Time travel to gardens of the past with the kids at story time. 
    • Time Machine Story Program at the UW Botanic Gardens’ Miller Library in Laurelhurst (3501 NE 41st Street), 10:30 – 11:15 AM. Ages 3-8 with families but all ages are welcome. Free. 

Oralea Bonus Event: If none of these Northeast Seattle events strikes your fancy, maybe a trip to Lake Forest Park Third Place Books for the music of Smilin’ Scandinavian Polka is just what you’ve been waiting for. Let’s dance! Saturday, June 14th, 7:30-9:30 PM.

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Anything else to add? Garage sale? Fundraiser? Lemonade stand? Let us know in the comments, and we’ll add it to the post!

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Comments

  1. Deb says

    Hey Rebecca, Any word on the Roosevelt Marching Band neighborhood parade? I heard them practicing two days ago and wondered if the parade is this Saturday. Thanks!! Deb

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