🌈 Pride, vino, and ‘the most unusual NW festival ever’
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🌈 Pride, vino, and ‘the most unusual NW festival ever’

PAN YOU SAY YUM? Sweet tooth satisfied.

Two weekends ago, reader Jesús Segura tried his hand at making pan dulces, conchas, and empanadas with Mariela Camacho (@pan_y_mijas) of Comadre Panaderia. It all went down at Not Without Salt’s workshop space in Phinney Ridge.

“I learned so much!” Jesús wrote. “Mariela takes such great care & effort to source the most fantastic locally sourced ingredients. Paired with such a wide breadth and depth of knowledge of the culture & history, it’s an extraordinary experience. If anyone ever has a chance to take a class from her, do it! You will not be disappointed.”

Now let’s help you make some plans…

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💡  Hear from actress Shirley MacLaine (Queen Anne)
💪  Take a cooking class on your lunch break (Fremont)
🗣  Reflect on the year since Charleena Lyles was killed by police (Sand Point)


🎈  Snag free ice cream for Full Tilt’s birthday (Capitol Hill)
💡  Learn about PNW pollinators from fellow bee nerds (Columbia City)
🗣  Hear from black storytellers in honor of Juneteenth (Central District)


💡  Get geeky about city planning with a local historian (Capitol Hill)
🎟  Laugh it up at Seattle’s International Festival of Improv — through June 24 (Downtown)
💡  Workshop a tricky kind of career decision at this Evergrey partner event (Pioneer Square)
💡  Learn about the culture and science of motherhood — moderated by Evergrey cofounder Anika Anand (Capitol Hill)


🎶  Sway to global tunes on the first official day of summer (Downtown)
🎟  Blush at a “steamy oasis”-themed burlesque show — through June 24 (Downtown)
🍿  Talk tentacles at Cephalopod Movie Night (Queen Anne) — use promo code EVERGREY for a discount


🍴  Fill up on tasty bites and check out cool art (Tacoma)
🍷  Sip vino while wandering around the East Side (Kirkland)
🌈  Kick off Pride weekend with fellow trans and non-binary Seattleites (Capitol Hill)


🏞  Ride your bike through the countryside (Carnation)
🍴  Check out the Shake Shack pop-up at Canlis (Queen Anne)
👋  Sniff your way through your neighbors’ gardens (West Seattle)
🌈 Celebrate Pride with a march, cupcakes, and “doggie drag” (Capitol Hill)


🏞  Compete in a strawberry shortcake eating contest (Bellevue)
🎈  Take the family to dance and make (or buy) local art (Shoreline)
🌈  Cheer on your neighbors marching in the Pride Parade (Downtown, Queen Anne)
🎈  Celebrate our region’s slugs at “the most unusual Northwest Festival ever” (Eatonville)


🎟  July 7: Belly laugh at Steve Martin and Martin Short (Downtown)
🎶  July 20-22: Dance and rock out at Capitol Hill Block Party (Capitol Hill)
🎟  October 2-3 Swoon at Hamilton star Leslie Odom at the symphony (Downtown)

Going to one of these? Take us with you! Email a pic to [email protected] or tag #theevergrey on Instagram. See more upcoming events on our events page, and add your own events with an Evergrey membership.

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Have a great start to your week. — The Evergrey

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