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WATER YOU DOIN’ THIS WEEK? Hopefully it’s as fun as this! (📸: @briangorun)
Ever want to put a little extra pep into your week? One fun way to do it: hang out with the folks behind the November Project, a free workout group that’s all about melting the Seattle Freeze.
“This was my morning before 7:15 a.m. We didn’t have any fun at the @nov_project_sea workout this morning,” group leader Brian Fisher wrote on Instagram. “Just like we didn’t go swimming. Both of these statements are true. 🤥”
Sound like something up your alley? Join the fun at 6:29 a.m. (yup — in the morning!) every Wednesday at Gas Works Park and every Friday at Golden Gardens.
Now let’s help you make some plans…
23 THINGS TO DO IN SEATTLE THIS WEEK
🎶 Sway to live music at happy hour — through August 31 (South Lake Union, All over)
🍿 See short films by Native women directors (Downtown)
🍿 Watch Mean Girls over brews (Ballard)
👋 Take a walking tour of Georgetown and learn its history (Georgetown)
🎶 July 20-22: Dance and rock out at Capitol Hill Block Party (Capitol Hill)
🎶 August 11: Join this beach bash for Sub Pop’s 30th Birthday (West Seattle)
🎨 August 17-19: See awesome ink at the Seattle Tattoo Expo (Queen Anne)
🎶 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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PSSST! HAVE YOU REGISTERED TO VOTE YET?
Today’s the last day to register online to participate in King County’s upcoming August 7 primary election — and it should just take a few minutes! If you miss today’s deadline, you’ll have to go to the county election office in person by July 30 to get it done.
Want to know what’s on the ballot? The county has this handy guide.
Get those registration forms in, all. And kudos to everyone who’s shared out a deep down honest question about homelessness in Seattle. Get your questions in by noon today, then stay tuned for tomorrow’s newsletter. That’s when we’ll share a selection of questions back with you for a vote to see which one you’d like us to answer first.
Have a good one. — The Evergrey