1932 2nd Ave, Seattle
Milky Chance, Germany’s sensational folk, reggae, and electronic artists are bringing their signature sounds to the Moore Theater!
Olympia Fall Arts Walk
Olympia Arts Walk is a semi-annual community event celebrating the arts. Thousands gather in downtown Olympia in both the Spring and Fall for a festive arts experience that uses creativity to connect and engage people from all walks of life.
Broadway Farmers Market
September-October, thursdays 10am-2pm
Broadway Farmers Market
925 Broadway, Tacoma
253.272.7077 | tacomafarmersmarket.com
The Broadway Farmers Market is celebrating its 30th year in 2020! This vibrant downtown marketplace brings together the highest quality local growers, specialty food producers, hot food vendors, and artisans. We offer cafe seating, weekly music, and over 70 vendors – there is something for everyone on Broadway. Come for lunch – Shop for dinner!
IN THE SPIRIT annual Native arts exhibition
July 16-October 25
253.272.3500 | washingtonhistory.org
In 2006, the Washington State Historical Society and the “House of Welcome” Longhouse Education and Cultural Center at Evergreen State College began a partnership with the intention of celebrating the best emerging contemporary Native art in the region and providing a venue for an annual exhibition that would highlight the efforts of these artists juried by experts in the field. The result was the first In the Spirit: Contemporary Native Arts exhibition.
Over time, this annual exhibition has become an established regional event featuring works from new and established artists, alike and while the Longhouse has gone on to expand their own Native arts endeavors, they continue to have a valued presence in the legacy that was created for the IN THE SPIRIT exhibition
Olympia Farmers Market
June 5- through summer, 10am-3pm
Olympia Farmers Market
700 Capitol Way N, Olympia
360.352.9096 | olympiafarmersmarket.com
Beginning on Friday, June 5, 2020, the market will operate a modified “High Season” schedule and will be open Friday through Sunday from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Though the Olympia Farmers Market has been open on Saturday and Sunday, today marks the Market’s transition into Phase II of Washington State’s COVID-19 response and shoppers will see even more vendors offering, fresh-picked local vegetables, Washington grown fruit, prepared food, artisan crafts and to-go restaurants open. Visitors to the market are required to wear masks as part of a Thurston County Public Health & Social Service directive and vendors are spaced to maintain social distancing.
Harbor History Museum
4121 Harborview Dr, Gig Harbor
253.858.6722 | harborhistorymuseum.org
Stop by on Thursdays or Fridays between 11 am and 4 pm to shop for unique Gig Harbor gifts and practical goods. Check out our assortment of vintage puzzles — a perfect family activity. Members receive a 15% discount on purchases!
American Red Cross Blood Drive: Live 360°
October 2, 1-6pm
625 Black Lake Blvd SW, Olympia
Schedules get busy, set aside a day now where you can devote your time and passion to give back and help save lives!
Lakewood Farmers Market
September 25-October 16, fridays 2:30-6:30pm
Fort Steilacoom Park
8714 87th Ave SW, Lakewood
The City of Lakewood is excited to announce that the Lakewood Farmers Market will be extended to October 16, 2020! Originally, the Lakewood Farmers Market’s last day was supposed to be this Friday (9/18). However, given the success of the market and the extremely positive response we have received from our vendors and market goers, the City is extending the Lakewood Farmers Market’s run for an additional four weeks!
October 2-3, 7-9pm
5519 Five Mile Dr, Tacoma
253.404.3970 | metroparkstacoma.org
This year, guests will arrive during October of 1859. News of the Pig War, taking place on the San Juan Islands, circulates through the Fort while Dr. Tolmie and his family are preparing to leave Fort Nisqually for Vancouver Island. Visitors will encounter gentlemen and their wives, American settler families, experienced trappers, Scottish and French-Canadian laborers, young people at a dance, blacksmiths working at the forge, clerks in the sale shop, and cooks in the kitchen.
Walking tours are approximately an hour in length and begin every 15 minutes.
For Peter Pan On Her 70th Birthday
September 27-October 3, 7:30pm
Live Radio Show
360.786.0151 | harlequinproductions.org
When Ann thinks of her father, she immediately remembers playing Peter Pan in her hometown theater in Iowa, particularly when he used to bring her flowers after her performance. His death sparks a conversational wake that includes everything from arguments over politics to when each sibling realized that they grew up. A loving look at a family coming to terms with mortality, loss, and the ageless allure of Neverland.