🌶 Get dipped, heated, and dill-ighted
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🌶 Get dipped, heated, and dill-ighted

Erin invited all of us to watch her artsy cousin, John Osgood, at work in the Bartells’ parking lot in Queen Anne. And it looks like she swung by, too. 🎨

“My cousin took all the artistic genes in the family and used them to make our city even more awesome,” she wrote on Instagram. 😍

Now let’s help you make some plans…

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🛍  Head to the Children’s Business Fair to shop from kid-led startups (Bellevue)
💃  Get your body moving at this dance fitness class (Central District)
📚  Go to adult storytime to hear a “curious tale of domestic malice” (Downtown)


💃  Get dipped at a tango dance in the park (Downtown)
🗣  Tell the world why you want to #SaveTheShowbox with a pic (Queen Anne)
🎈  Take the kids to see Lego-fied replicas of U.S. landmarks — through August 19 (Bellevue)


💡  Learn the legacy of “the Forrest Gump of the Northwest” (South Lake Union)
🎟  Hear the music of the night at Phantom of the Opera — through August 19 (Downtown)
💡  Learn how to navigate time and money tradeoffs at this Evergrey partner event (Pioneer Square)
💪  Get dillighted at a Pickling 101 class at this Evergrey partner event (Belltown)


🍸  Sip all kinds of craft gin (Bellevue)
🎟  Learn what the moon wishes for at a cabaret performance (University District)
🍴  Make prints, eat tacos, and hear a band called Terror/Cactus (Belltown)
🍷  Meet winemakers and bid on giant wine barrels (Woodinville)
🎈  Check out drag and a sex positive workshop for NW Black Pride – through August 19 (All over)


👋  Light one up to celebrate global cannabis culture at Hempfest (Queen Anne)
🎨  Peruse street murals drawn in chalk by international artists (Redmond)
🎨  See awesome ink at the Seattle Tattoo Expo – through August 19 (Queen Anne)


🎶  Head to the Ballard locks to hear Microsoft’s Jumpin’ Jive Orchestra (Ballard)
🎈  Take the fam to kayak tours and noms at the Duwamish River Festival (South Park)
🍴  Taco your time eating your way through a Taco Takeover (Queen Anne)
🍺  Sample tasty brews and BBQ at the Washington Beer BBQ (South Lake Union)
🗣  Check out an arty weaving installation while talk about the homelessness crisis (Belltown)
🍴  Get heated (in a fun way) at Hot Sauce Fest, an Evergrey partner event (Ballard)


👋  Live your nosy neighbor dreams at this neighborhood garage sale (Capitol Hill)
🎈  Hang out with “tech enthusiasts, crafters, homesteaders” at the Mini Maker Faire (Queen Anne)
🎈  Get the whole fam covered in mud at the Kids Obstacle Challenge (Issaquah)

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. Is an event sold out? Hit reply to let us know and we’ll update the listing in tomorrow’s newsletter.

(📸: @rileyaj)


☝️ We couldn’t resist showing you one more Pearl Jam-y thing. Last week, the legendary local band rocked to crowds 45,000 strong during their Home Shows concerts at Safeco Field. And a big campaign around the shows has raised more than $11 million to fight homelessness in our region.

It was a big week for Seattle music history and for putting the spotlight on a big local issue. We geeked out with Museum of Pop Culture senior curator Jacob McMurray at the “Pearl Jam: Home and Away” exhibit at the and caught up with Aaron Hill, a formerly homeless artist, who designed a Pearl Jam poster with local nonprofit Path With Art.

Rock on. — The Evergrey

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