I am so excited to announce I have completed the training to receive the CLHMS designation. Recognized as the mark of accomplishment in luxury markets around the world, the Certified Luxury Home Marketing SpecialistTM (CLHMS) designation assures affluent buyers and sellers that the agents who have earned it have the knowledge, experience,competence, and confidence they require. Membership with this organization will keep me on the cutting edge of the luxury market- equipping me with the right skills and network to sell your million dollar + properties.
CLHMS designation is only awarded to Institute Members with documented sales performance in the top 10% of their market.
Come join us for Pride Skate’s annual ROCK-tober Rocky Horror themed skate!!! We will have performances by the Vicarious Theatre Company, roller skating, AND we will be celebrating 7 years of Pride Skate!!! As always, we will have the AMAZING baby ketten karaoke – WA with the BEST karaoke in the back bar!!! PLUS an after party over at The Lumber Yard Bar! I see you shiver with antici… PATION!
In October 2018, Borealis a festival of light will debut in Seattle. Based at the Museum of History and Industry on Lake Union, a new world of light and color will encompass South Lake Union for four nights October 11-14, showcasing an international video mapping presentation and light art installations from Northwest and international artists. These events are free to the public and open to all ages.
A kaleidoscope of light, color and illusion will transform the South Lake Union neighborhood with a walking tour of art installations, and an international video mapping showcase embellished with performances and music. The Borealis will bring together artists and the technological world to create this inaugural, annual event in Seattle.
Seattle Met and Amazon present the 2nd Annual Cowabunga! Showcasing the best of the Pacific Northwest’s bounty, Cowabunga brings together our food editors’ top-pick chefs, restaurants, farmers, ranchers, distillers, brewers, winemakers and over 7,000 food-lovin’ readers for a weekend of celebrating what’s great about living, and eating in Seattle.
3 days of chef competitions, demos, and tastings in partnership with the Washington State Beef Commission benefiting Seattle Theater Group.
Come celebrate the bounty of our local waters and sample Washington’s most pristine shellfish. Guests can enjoy bites, drink pairings and live entertainment, plus our Best in Shell competition, where the city’s top seafood chefs face off with their best oyster dishes – from raw to Rockefeller
BEER ‘n BBQ Presented by the Washington State Beef Commission and benefiting Seattle Theater Group Saturday 10/6: 12:00 PM.–3:00 PM SLOW-COOKED MEATS; HOPPED-UP BEER
Come watch some of the town’s best pitmasters getting low and slow with prime cuts of beef, then wash these bites down with a few superlative craft brews. Our afternoon barbecue also includes culinary demos and live entertainment.
SEARED Presented by the Washington State Beef Commission and benefiting Seattle Theater Group Saturday 7/14: 7–10:30 p.m. (VIPs at 6:30 p.m.) A STEAK-FUELED EVENING OF ELEGANCE
Cowabunga’s elegant Saturday night event channels the luxury of the classic American steak house, from live entertainment to the city’s best beef bites using world-renowned Snake River Farms American Wagyu Beef. These bites are prepared by Seattle’s all-star chefs and paired with wine and cocktails. A night of steak should end with cake: For dessert, a bevy of bakers will slice up their most impressive layer cakes
COUNTRY BRUNCH – Family-Friendly Presented by the Washington State Beef Commission benefiting Seattle Theater Group Sunday 7/15: 11 a.m.–2 p.m. (VIPs at 10:30 a.m.) The City’s Favorite Brunch
Seattle Met’s Country Brunch is back, and bursting with sweet and savory brunch bites. This year’s festivities include the new Give ‘Em Hell deviled egg competition, plus lawn games, ice cream, and entertainment for the whole family.
Cowabunga is generously supported by our founding partners: Amazon, Washington State Beef Commission, Glenfiddich, Campari, Washington State Wine Commission, Lagunitas Brewing Company. La Panzanella, Laura’s Lean Beef, Moonstruck Chocolate, Bryte Mattress, Pelican Brewing Company, Cambia, Wild Roots Vodka
Darkness falls across the land. The midnight hour is close at hand. Fluffies dance all through the night. And show paws and tails to ward off fright……
Cause this is FetchNW!!! AGES: 21+
FetchNW is Seattle’s only furry boat cruise, and we’re bringing you an all-new party: BARKTOBER! The first furry Halloween-themed boat party on a fracking FERRY. Be spooky. Be fluffy. Dance until your paws hurt. And get this, you spoopy animals. This time there’s an all-new boat! Feast your fearsome eyes On the HIYU.
The Hiyu gives us a spacious outdoor deck, two well-appointed indoor passenger bar lounges, programmable lighting, a full sound system throughout the vessel, and 6 BATHROOMS. You want more space to dance? You got it. You wanna hang out on the deck? It’s there. You wanna chill by the bar? Done. And you know we’re gonna have great music. Grab a ticket, grab your fursuit, your friends, your friends’ fursuits, and come to have a great time.
Times to remember!Boarding Time: 5:45 PM SHARP! Shove Off: 7 PM SHARP!!! Docking Time: 10 PM
Address: S. Lake Union Park 860 Terry Ave N, Seattle, WA 98109
DO NOT GO TO THE ADDRESS LISTED FOR THE HIYU ON GOOGLE MAPS
FOOD: There will be a food truck on board to serve you tasty foods for the drunk and hungry.
Fursuiters: It’s cool to bring totes or bags and store them in the Headless Lounge. Security will search your stuff as you board.
Puppies: Pup hoods and gear are welcome. Show up and doggo your dog self. Keep in mind that there aren’t any mosh mats or fire hydrants on the boat.
Party Rules:All sales final, no refunds. Tickets will be used by the ticket holder. You can give your ticket to a friend or sell it but whoever is holding the ticket when we scan it will get into the party. Don’t give away your ticket unless you really mean to. No outside food or drink No smoking cigarettes or weed on board. Government-issued photo ID required. FetchNW In Heat is a 21+ event. You must be 21 or older to attend. All guests subject to a security screening and bag check, including action packers or fursuit bags. Anyone obviously under the influence of drugs or alcohol may be denied boarding. You are responsible for your own behavior and hold FetchNW, LLC, On the HIYU, and Menagerie Inc. harmless in the event of death or injury from stupidity or all causes whatsoever. Listen to the Captain and staff and do what they say, it’s their boat!. Don’t break the boat. You break it you bought it. Don’t be a dick; we’re all here to have a good time together. Don’t fall overboard or we’ll laugh at you and video will go all over the interwebs.
Tickets are between $50-$100 and can be purchased here.
We Are All Made Of Light, by Seattle-based artist Maja Petric, is an immersive art installation that utilizes artificial intelligence (AI) to create interactive light and sound sculptures. These environments are formed as the AI-driven technology recognizes and captures the shape of visitors with encompassing light. Over the course of the exhibition, visitors’ physicality is recorded and represented through a collection of light forms, documenting the growing history of visitorship and space. Petric’s collaborators include AI Microsoft Researcher Mihai Jalobeanu and 3D Sound Artist Daniel Peterson.
Artist & collaborator bios:
Maja Petric uses cutting-edge technology to create transformative experiences. She received a Ph.D. in Digital Arts and Experimental Media from University of Washington and a master’s in Interactive Telecommunications from New York University on the topic of transforming the poetic experience of space through the experimental use of technology. She has exhibited internationally and been recipient of many awards and fellowships. https://www.majapetric.com
Mihai Jalobeanu received a Ph.D. in Robotics from Technical University of Cluj-Napoca, Romania. He is a Principal Software Developer at Microsoft Research. His research spans machine learning, robotics, automation, distributed systems, computer vision, programming languages, and anything else that can be used to make robots smarter.
Daniel Peterson is a 3D Sound Artist living and working in Seattle, WA. He completed a Master of Music in Composition at the University of Washington and is currently a Ph.D. candidate at the Center for Digital Arts and Experimental Media (DXARTS) at the University of Washington. His work has been shown internationally. His research interests include spectral analysis, ambisonics, and the exploration of relationships between literature, philosophy, and music.
There are lots of fun events coming your way! Get out and explore all this beautiful city has to offer! Enjoy! (..and let me know if you get to any of these events!)
Amazon Symphony Orchestra of Seattle Halloween Spooktacular – 2018 10/19 As the leaves fall and the air cools, join the ASO for a symphonic scare! We invites all ghosts, skeletons and ghouls for a frightfully fun concert featuring sinister selections like Bach’s Toccata and Fugue in D Minor, Saint-Saens’ Danse Macabre and the mystical music of Harry Potter! Come adorned in your most impressive Halloween costume; prizes await the attendees with the most dazzling digs! We promise we won’t trick you – it’s sure to be a treat! Register
Night out for Caring 9/21 Looking for a fun way to give back? Want to meet other people who care about doing good in the community? Shocked to hear that Washington state is 42nd in high school graduation rates (i.e., nearly last!)? Come to the biggest, best party of the year. The Seattle Mariners and United Way of King County care about kids’ education and want to see you at Night Out for Caring on Friday, Sept. 21, at Safeco Field. You’ll enjoy food, drinks, music and fun with a few thousand do-gooders who like to have a good time. Meet some local celebrities, have plenty of instagrammable moments (like singing karaoke in Macklemore’s Cadillac) and celebrate all the awesome things going on in our community—thanks to the help of caring people like you. Plus explore Safeco Field like never before! #SeattlesNightOut 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM PDT Safeco Field Get Tickets Here.
Smart Kitchen Summit 10/8-9 Smart Kitchen Summit is the industry’s leading event about the future of food, cooking and the kitchen. Benaroya Hall Times and prices vary.Get Tickets Here!
Karin Stevens Dance 10/11–14 Two collaborations with composer Kaley Lane Eaton and music both acoustic and electronic: first, a remount of their disconcertingly lovely 2017 opera Lily; then the premiere of Lung, exploring the main aspect of performance musicians and dancers share: breath. Times and prices vary. Erickson Theatre Off Broadway, Capitol Hill, 1524 Harvard Ave.; 206.329.1050; karinstevensdance.com
Seattle Latino Film Festival 10/5–13 From the dark surrealism of Buñuel to the flamboyant camp dramedy of Almodóvar, Spain’s filmmakers have been some of Europe’s most celebrated. Each year since 2009, the SLFF has focused on a different Hispanic nation, and this year Spain is showcased in its packed schedule of shorts and features. Times, prices and venues vary. 971.704.5849
A Thousand Splendid Suns 10/5–11/10 “I wanted to get beneath that kind of iconic picture of a woman in a burka walking on the street,” said The Kite Runner author Khaled Hosseini in the years right after 9/11, which led to this 2007 novel, the story of two Afghanistan women of different classes and generations whose friendship grows as the Taliban rises in power. Here, it is adapted for the stage by Irish-Indian playwright Ursula Rani Sarma. Times and prices vary. Seattle Repertory Theatre, Seattle Center, 155 Mercer St.; 206.443.2222
Ampersand Live 10/25 Land conservancy organization Forterra is sponsoring a night of readings, music, photography and dance—sort of a stage-show version of its periodical Ampersand, or, as the nonprofit puts it, “an evening of storytelling….about nature, cities, community and critters.” Brass quartet The Westerlies, dance artist Zoe Scofield, wildlife photographer David Moskowitz and 2017 Seattle mayoral candidate Nikkita Oliver are among those scheduled to appear. 7:30 p.m. $15. The Moore Theatre, downtown, 1932 Second Ave.; 206.682.1414
Earshot Jazz Festival 10/7–11/4 Earshot sponsors performances year around, but it really piles it on for a month every autumn. Once again, organizers have planned more than 60 concerts, featuring several dozen solo musicians and ensembles, from acclaimed high school bands to free improvisers. For this iteration, there’s a special focus on women in jazz (including award-winning jazz violinist Regina Carter, Seattle composer Dawn Clement and R&B hip-hop guru SassyBlack) and on this year’s festival resident artist, pianist Jovino Santos Neto. Times, prices and venues vary. earshot.org
Urban Unveiled 10/7/18 The annual Urban Unveiled event, held this year at the sophisticated and storied Fairmont Olympic Hotel, is more than a wedding show; it is a celebration, a cocktail party for nearly-weds and the regions most creative wedding vendors, ready to make dreams come true. This evening of elegance is a chance for brides and grooms to meet and mingle with the Urban Unveiled partners who can make nuptial visions a reality, while guests enjoy fine wines, nibble on sumptuous cuisine, indulge in to-die-for desserts. The evening ends with an amazing raffle and an awe-inspiring fashion show by the legendary Luly Yang. Times, prices and venues vary. Get Tickets Here.
I have been watching and waiting for Flatstick pub to open! So exciting! Seattle’s favorite putt-putt pub is opening its largest location yet in South Lake Union with the help of Atelier Drome and Adatto Construction. Located in the Vulcan Block 43 building, which also houses the Allen Institute for Brain Science, the new pub is framed by historic Ford and Pacific McKay building facades.Flatstick is known for it’s quirky and fun interiors and the new location won’t disappoint with new installations from the renowned local artist ‘henry.’ In addition to the panoply of local beer and cider that Flatstick is known for this location will be serving some elevated beer-bites.
Co-hosted by Atelier Drome and Rick Workman with WG Clark Construction, this event will include tasty local brews and bites and the project team will be onsite to discuss highlights and inspirations. This event is a hole in one!
Atelier Drome architecture + interior design is a full-service design firm based in Seattle specializing in residential, hospitality, commercial, and workplace environments. They are well known for their work around town with local bars and restaurants including Flatstick.
Join Moonlight Medicine for three free herbalism workshops in Cascade Playground!
Wednesday, June 27th – Herbs for Immune System
Herbal medicine is amazing for boosting the immune system and warding off the common cold, flu and allergies. Herbs to boost the immune system could include common things you have growing in your garden like Rosemary, Thyme and Sage! In this class you’ll learn about a handful of herbs you can use and you’ll make a medicinal vinegar to take home with you. No herbal experience necessary.
This charming Cape Cod home is an oasis in the city! Cozy bay windows bring the outside in with secret garden feel and birds singing! Toasty gas fireplace, gleaming hardwood floors, one bedroom has a fun loft for sleeping or playing! Great family room/play area that has sliders to the backyard made for entertaining with big deck and fire pit for s’mores! Too many updates to list (list in home)! Super close to fabulous schools/Burke-Gilman trail/Meadowbrook CC & pool/Matthews Beach & so much more.
***NEW DATE*** This event will take place on June 24 rather than June 3.
Kick start your summer of fun with a party on the water! Hot Tub Boats rides in South Lake Union, drink specials including Moet & Chandon on the patio and food from The White Swan Public House, and a live DJ will help celebrate all the awesome of Seattle living.
There will be limited availability for hot tub boat rides, so purchase your ticket now to ensure your spot! ——– – Hot Tub Boats will be taking people out for 20 minute tours on Lake Union. – Food and Drink from The White Swan Public House! – Live DJ to party on the patio!
Rare 3 bedroom in coveted complex of Heritage at Fairwood! This top floor, super quiet home backs to soothing greenery and Fairwood Golf and Country Club! Master Suite has walk-in closet, second bedroom also has private entrance to second bath! Skylights galore for incredible natural light, dining room fits eight, cozy gas fireplace, laundry room and pantry!!! Private single-car garage with lots of storage! Large deck for outdoor living! Lives like a home! Close to all amenities and a must see!! For More Info Click Here!
WANT TO TAKE PART IN THE CULTURAL FESTIVAL OF INDIA (ANANDAMELA)?
There are various programs and activities like Dance, Music, Cooking Contest, Henna Contest, Making Ganesha, Rangoli, Chess etc.,
Registrations are open now. Please register to participate in various events.
SeafoodFest began in 1974 as a community celebration of Ballard’s historic connection to the fishing industry and the neighborhood’s Nordic roots. Today, this free three-day festival attracts over 75,000 people who come to enjoy the traditional salmon barbecue and much more: local music, arts and crafts, family entertainment, a beer garden, a skateboarding event, and yes – lots of seafood!
Oh wait. Did we tell you the event is FREE? Well, it is. We think you should spend your hard-earned cash on seafood…like salmon and crab.
July 27, 28, & 29, 2018 Bellevue Square & Bellevue Arts Museum FREE!
Bellevue Arts Museum hosts the largest, award-winning arts & crafts festival in the Northwest. We are committed to handmade excellence and supporting national designers, artists, and craftspeople. Shop from over 300 inspiring artists showcasing unique, handmade craft and art. This marketplace represents modern, traditional, and emerging work.
In addition to this unique shopping experience, BAM ARTSfair offers FREE programming including: BAM Exhibitions, KIDSfair, the Sound & Movement Stage, food trucks, and much more. Since 1947, BAM ARTSfair has been the annual gathering place for our community and a great way to connect to the world of art, craft, & design!
Voted “Best Food Festival” 2016 & 2017, the Albert Lee Appliance Bite of Seattle® is Seattle’s Original Food & Beverage Showcase featuring 60+ restaurants & pop-up vendors, Craft Beer & Cider Tasting, 80+ live bands, all NEW MUNCHIES @ The Mural, and free Bite Movie Night on Friday, July 20th, outdoor beer gardens, live cooking demonstrations and cook-offs on The Bite Cooks! stage, The Alley benefiting Food Lifeline, Family Fun Zone, sponsor activities & more! #BiteintoSummer
July 21-22, 2018 86th Bon Odori in Seattle
Food, cultural displays, dancing, beer garden, live music.
Seafair sanctioned community event.
Seattle Betsuin Buddhist Temple
1427 S. Main, Seattle (map)
Bon Odori is a traditional summer festival in which we honor our ancestors who have passed on, remember and appreciate all they have done for us, and celebrate their ongoing presence in the lives we enjoy today.
Also known as Obon, the festival is an official Seafair event held at the Seattle Betsuin Buddhist Temple. The main event is traditional music and dancing in the street in a giant oval. Many festival goers dress in Japanese kimono, yukata or happi coats. The event also features Japanese food booths and refreshment, taiko and martial arts performances, and craft exhibits and demonstrations.
Capitol Hill Block Party is an annual, 3-day music festival and block party held each July in the heart of Seattle’s Capitol Hill neighborhood…
With a six-stage setup of both indoor and outdoor venues, multiple beer gardens, and VIP lounges, CHBP provides a communal, accessible experience, continuously evolving since it was founded in 1997. Featuring big name national artists, promising local talent, and lesser-known performers across a variety of genres, CHBP exposes its 20,000+ attendees to a diverse blend of acts that appeal to all music tastes and ages.
Never failing to bring Seattle and neighboring cities together, CHBP has created a well-known name for itself alongside many other national festivals. The best weekend of summer!
SATURDAY, JULY 14TH, 2018 from 12 PM – 8 PM | SUNDAY, JULY 15TH, 2018 from 12 PM – 6 PM
Take part in the largest pan-Asian celebration in the Northwest the weekend of July 14th and 15th!
Happening in the heart of Seattle’s historic Chinatown-International District!
The Dragon Fest event will feature non-stop cultural performances including Dragon and Lion dances, Traditional Korean drumming, martial arts demonstrations, the Chinese Girls Drill Team, and much, much, more. For Seattle’s foodies we are proud to bring back the Annual $3 Food Walk with over 40 restaurants offering a wide array of international $3 bites and a few bonus retail!
From Chinese lion / dragon dances and traditional Korean drumming to Pacific Islander dances and bhangra/bollywood performance; the Dragon Fest features 14 hours of non-stop cultural performances from around the world!
Participate in the Burger Brawl where you’ll sample sliders from Eastside restaurants and vote for your favorite! Space is limited and a Burger Brawl ticket is required. Burger Brawl ticket does not include festival admission. Festival admission is required to attend Kirkland Uncorked.
Seattle international Beerfest is a 3-day specialty beer festival held at Seattle Center’s Fisher Lawn and Pavilion. Sample everything from classic styles (pilsners, pales, etc.) to exotic new-world hybrids (barrel-aged hoppy farmhouse sours, etc.).
Fisher Pavilion & Lawn at Seattle Center. Seattle International Beerfest is located between the Space Needle and International Fountain. It features huge indoor/outdoor spaces and very beautiful grounds. Indoor restrooms are one of many nice touches.
BRING YOUR OWN BLANKET! We have a ton of seating. Our indoor/outdoor park seats nearly 1000, most of it shaded. In addition there’s a lush grass lawn we leave wide open for picnic-style seating. Stake out your spot with a blanket from home and kick back in style!
Sure, but maybe extreme is the new mainstream. Just trying to do our part. Each summer Seattle International Beerfest unapologetically rolls out a gaudy selection of top rated double IPA’s, farmhouse/saisons, sours, barleywines, imperial stouts, barrel-aged strong ales, and anything else delicious yet shunned by the masses.
5 BLOCKS OF STREET FOOD + MAKERS. NIGHT MARKET + CRAFT BEER GARDENS
THE LARGEST STREET FOOD FESTIVAL IN THE NORTHWEST.
OVER 150 BOOTHS OF STREET FOOD & MAKERS OVER 5 CITY BLOCKS TO ENSURE YOU NOM ALL DAY LONG!
FEATURED NIGHT MARKET : EMERALD CITY NIGHT MARKET
DON’T MAKE PLANS FOR DINNER ON JULY 7TH. GET OUT UNDER THE STARS FOR THE ULTIMATE DINNER PLANS CURBSIDE! THIS EVENT TAKES OVER THE ENTIRE FESTIVAL FOOTPRINT AFTER THE SUN GOES DOWN FOR THE ULTIMATE OUTDOOR SUMMER DINNER PICNIC.
TIMBER! SUMMER MUSIC FESTIVAL
2018 TAKES PLACE JULY 12-14 IN CARNATION WA
Timber! Outdoor Music Festival is a weekend of fun, music, nature, and community.
Join us for the 36th annual West Seattle Summer Fest, July 13-15, 2018! Summer Fest offers fun activities for the whole family, including shopping, live music, dining, beer gardens, and a kids play area. Don’t miss out on one of Seattle’s best things to do