Fun, food, camping, vendors, swap meet and more. . Arts in the Park concerts, 3 p.m., Wilson's Creek National Battlefield, Republic. Annual bluegrass .. Activities begin at 3 p.m., including an instrument petting zoo and kids' art with the Springfield Regional Art Council. .. Feel free to bring a mat or towel. Smithsonian museums, research centers and the National Zoo will be open through Jan. 1. . To see a stamp come to life from concept art to finished product is thrilling! . The Springfield Swap Meet, opened by Mayor Joe Quimby! . The window mat is painstakingly loosened and lifted to avoid damaging the painting. Next. Tamara is an Adelaide-based artist who works with fabric, sugar and salt to craft Some mats will be provided but it is recommended to bring your own. The children can come dressed as their favourite zoo animal and join the Considered one of the biggest swap meets in SA, organisers are expecting.
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Museum events Maker Day: Saturday, Museum of Flight, E. Saturday, Northwest Stream Center, th St. Saturdays; guided exploration of park trails, sturdy hiking shoes recommended, oriented to older children and adults, 10 a. Sunday, Alvin Larkins Park, 34th Ave.
East, Seattle; free or uwbotanicgardens. Wednesday, Freeway Park, Seneca St. Jackson Memorial Visitor Center at Paradise, 10 a. Friday, Seattle Center Armory, Seattle; free or seattlecenter. Fridays, Columbia Park, Rainier Ave. Friday, Cedarbrook Lodge, 36th Ave. Maple Valley Highway, Renton; free or rentonwa. Friday, Lea Hill Park, th Ave. Friday, Camp Long; 7 p. Saturday, Lake Burien School Park; 5 p. Sunday, Lake Wilderness Park; 7 p. Friday, Fall City Park; 7 p.
Saturday, Camp Long; 3 p. Sunday, Discovery Park; 7 p.
Community calendar: festivals, fairs and more
Saturday, View Ridge Playfield, 4: Friday, View Ridge Playfield, and 3 p. Sunday, David Rodgers Park, Seattle; free, donations appreciated greenstage. Saturday, Columbia Park, Seattle; 6 p. Sunday, Fisher Pavilion, Seattle Center, and 7 p.
Sunday, Fisher Pavilion, Seattle Center; free, donations appreciated seattleshakespeare. Sunday, Freeway Park, Seneca St. Sunday, Marvista Park, Fourth Ave.Smithsonian's National Zoo Reptile Discovery Center
Sundays, Edmonds City Park; noon-1 p. Thursdays, Hazel Miller Plaza, Edmonds edmondswa. Gardening Evergreen Arboretum Summer Fest SAT Music, games, art activities for all ages, explore the garden, information from local community groups, p. Saturday, Sunnyside Nursery, Sunnyside Blvd.
Saturday-Sunday, Museum of Flight, E. Mondays and Wednesdays, 8 a. Saturdays, Kenmore Air parking lot, Westlake Ave. Saturday; live music, art activity, food trucks, Kids Corner, p. Arboretum walk SUN Casual walking tour featuring variety of hydrangeas and other flowering plants; 1 p. East, Seattle or botanicgardens. Wednesdays, Freeway Park, Seneca St.
Friday, Lea Hill Park, th Ave. Friday, Cedarbrook Lodge, 36th Ave.
Saturday, Klahanie Park, Issaquah; 2 p. Sunday, Seattle Center Fisher Pavilion; 7 p. Sunday, Seattle Center Fisher Pavilion; free, donations suggested seattleshakespeare. Friday, Othello Park, S. Sunday, Lake Wilderness Park, th Ave. Sunday; Jazz Pearls, 2 p. Chittenden Locks, N. Sunday, Volunteer Park, 15th Ave. Preregister online; donations welcome dunngardens.
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Wednesday, Yesler Community Center, E. Yesler Way, Seattle; and Lake Sammamish Parkway N. Saturday, Westlake Park, Pine St.
Saturday, Shoreline Elks Lodge, 15th Ave. Saturdays-Sundays; Madison, 43rd Ave. Green Lake Drive; Matthews, 51st Ave.