Hey there NewLeafCapital123!,
I LOVE Farmer’s Markets! Kick off the season with a visit to Capitol Hill Farmer’s Market’s new permanent location.
If you’re feeling frisky – we’ve got some hikes, fun runs and outdoor experiences this week.
If you need a snack and you’re headed to Edmonds, WA – here’s what I recommend!
And for something low-key, head to Everett for a new gallery exhibit!
There’s always plenty to do – and we help you find it! Share with your family and friends and get out and try something new!
****** FRIDAY, 04/16/2021 ******
1) 2021 Earth Day Challenge Run/Walk Seattle – Virtual Event
Track your mileage and join the fun… how many times can our Earth Day participants circle the equator (at least in terms of mileage!?) It’s only 24,901 miles, but last year we more than doubled it! Remember to share your mission by tagging @virtualrunchallenge .
APRIL 01 – 30, 2021
Price: $0 – $45
2) Washington State Spring Fair – Puyallup, WA
Enjoy a fun, safe hybrid Spring Fair experience with your family and friends – including drive-thru and step-out activities! While this year’s Spring Fair might look a little different, it’s still jam-packed with fun things to see including racing pigs, DockDogs, rides & games, car bingo, vendor shopping, the stationary Daffodil Festival Parade, entertainment and, of course, FAIR FOOD! Purchase tickets online in advance for timed entry.
APRIL 07 – 18, 2021
10:00 AM – 7:30 PM
Price – starts at $30/carload
****** SATURDAY, 04/17/2021 ******
1) Lake Washington Boulevard: “Keep Moving Street” for Spring Break
The next opening of Lake Washington Blvd between Mt Baker Beach and Stan Sayres Park to people walking, rolling, and biking is Friday, April 9 (around noon) through Sunday, April 18, 2021 during Seattle Public Schools’ spring break. Barricades will be removed on Monday, April 19.
(5895 Lake Washington Blvd. S. Seattle, WA 98118)
Saturday, April 17, 2021 @ 7:00a.m.–8:00p.m.
Sunday, April 18, 2021 @ 7:00a.m.–8:00p.m.
2) Schack Art Center Exhibit: Art of Recycling – Everett, WA
Participating artists showcase their creativity by turning otherwise discarded materials into works of art. This exhibit aims to shine a spotlight on the environmental, social, and emotional impact of waste as well as explore new ideas about recycling and repurposing.
Though these artists come from widely diverse backgrounds, they all share a common bond: the ability to transform waste objects into works of renewed beauty, utility and meaning.
APRIL 1 – JUNE 5
10:00 AM – 5:00 PM
****** SUNDAY, 04/18/2021 ******
1) Easy Hike: Coal Creek Trail – Bellevue
Join a group of active, fit women in our 40’s, 50’s, 60’s and up who enjoy getting out and hiking in nature in a supportive and safe environment. (Or go on your own, any time!- https://www.wta.org/go-hiking/hikes/coal-creek). It’s a flat 6 miles, but you can make it shorter, if you want to break it up.
PRICE: We use a very small yearly membership fee to cover the cost of meetup and support the Washington Trail Association (WTA).
2)VIRTUAL: Dawg Dash Fun Run For The Husky Fans & Family
The University of Washington Alumni Association’s signature scholarship fun run is going virtual for 2021. Set your own pace, chart your own path — take control of your Dawg Dash experience wherever you are! Register to support the cause and claim your swag!
Sunday, April 18, 2021 @ 9:00a.m.–8:00p.m.
Price: $45; $10 kids: $5 dogs
3) Capitol Hill Farmers Market Opening Day!
Please join us for opening day at the Capitol Hill Farmers Market’s new permanent home on April 18th!
The Neighborhood Farmers Markets are thrilled to announce that the Capitol Hill Farmers Market, a year-round source of fresh produce and artisanal foods, will be moving to a new, permanent home on April 18th. We are excited to expand our vendor base and local offerings for the Capitol Hill community!
Grab your family, grab a neighbor and join us on Sunday, April 18th to celebrate the move and check out our new home!
APRIL 18, 11:00 AM – 3:00 PM
Broadway Ave E and E Pine Street
123 10th Avenue East, Seattle, WA 98102
FEATURED SAND POINT CONDO
Resort Style Living – A Pool, And Tennis Courts Close to Children’s Hospital and the UW
- 1117 square feet
- Pool & Tennis Courts
- Walking Trails & Burke Gilman Trail Access
Message me for photos, details and price.
Veggie lovers… If you don’t LOVE Cauliflower, you have tried this dish! Wood-fire roasted cauliflower with fennel, preserved lemon, and pickled pepper relish.
Let me know what you’re going to do for fun this week, and have a great weekend!
Let’s Go Seattle!
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