💡 3/26: Cheer on some amazing local entrepreneurs — many of them women and people of color — at InnoVentures, a small business pitch contest (Ballard)
🧀 3/28: Learn about fruitcake, the world’s oldest noodles, and other unusual eats with Atlas Obscura Society Seattle at The London Plane (Pioneer Square) — use the promo code “EVERGREY” for a special discount!
💪 Get good at calling BS on bad climate info (PacSci)
🗣 Meet someone who’s been to all 400+ of our parks (Columbia City)
💡 Go behind the scenes on Bertha’s “boring” trip through the city (South Lake Union)
🍿 Watch movies about the effects of Seattle’s boom (Capitol Hill)
💡 Ask how artificial intelligence could change how we work (Capitol Hill)
🎟 Watch drag queens perform “The Golden Girls” — might sell out! (Capitol Hill)
💡 Learn what it takes to make a documentary (Downtown)
🎈 Take the kiddos to a low-tide playdate (Broadview)
🎩 Go old school at this old Victorian fest — through Sunday (Port Townsend)
🍴 Eat and drink your way through Pike Place Market (Downtown)
🎶 Hear a local musician’s take on growing up here (Central District)
🎟 Laugh it up with some improv (Downtown)
🗣 Join Seattle’s March for Our Lives to call for smarter gun policies — 26,000+ people interested (Capitol Hill)
🎈 Take the fam and your 80s gear to a dodgeball showdown (Rainier Beach)
🗣 Intro your teens to 30+ ways to make a difference (Queen Anne)
🍿 Watch flicks by indigenous filmmakers (Capitol Hill)
🎨 Shop local at this top Northwest arts and crafts show — through Sunday (Sand Point)
💪 Take amazing pics of UW’s cherry blossoms (University District)
🍿 Spend all day watching sci-fi film shorts (Belltown)
🎈 Say magnifique at Seattle’s French Fest (Queen Anne)
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