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Seattle, Seattle Center Whirligig (3/31 - 4/16): Bounce with abandon on super-sized inflatable rides at Seattle Center Whirligig!

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Tacoma, The Scuba and H2O Adventure Show (3/31 - 4/2): This year join us as we welcome industry favorites including Nancy McGee, photographer and wildlife advocate and Ernie Brooks, photographer.

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Grayland, 55th Beachcombers Driftwood Show (4/1 - 4/2): Please join us for the annual Beachcombers Driftwood Show & Glass Float Hunt, at the historic Grayland Community Hall.

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Long Beach, Carolyn Cruso – Hammered Dulcimer, Vocals, Flute, Guitar (4/1): Carolyn is equally at home on hammered dulcimer, flute, guitar and vocals and performs a diverse array of original tunes and songs as well as traditional material.

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Olympia, Registration Now Open for Beauty and the Beast Jr (Summer Musical Theater) (2/17 - 7/14): Summer musical theater July 17-Aug 12. 5 performances. Ages 8-18. www.bkmusicalproductions.com

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Poulsbo, 2017 Call To The Wild Gala Auction & Dinner (4/8): If you love wildlife and auctions, don't miss this event! Join us for a fun filled evening of exciting bidding in the silent and live auctions, raffles, bidding frenzies, a 3-course meal and more!

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Harrington, Music from Russian Masters with Kevin Hekmatpanah, cello, accompanied by Darin Manica (4/7): Music from Russian Masters with Kevin Hekmatpanah, cello, accompanied by pianist Darin Manica at 7:00 PM on April 7, 2017 at the historic Harrington Opera House, Harrington, WA. Admission by donatio

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Anacortes, 2017 Anacortes Winter Farmers Market (1/14 - 4/8): Get down to the Farmers Market for lots of fresh produce, baked goodies, great food and lots of value added and gift options for every occasion.

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Anacortes, 2017 Spring Wine Festival (4/8): Your ticket to Anacortes Spring Wine Festival includes tastes from 30 wineries, food from 8 restaurants, and entertainment on the waterfront, 21+.

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Anacortes, Whose Live Anyway? - Swinomish Casino and Lodge - April 1 (4/1): Join us for a night of unforgettable comical moments. You’ll be laughing until you cry with this bunch of hilarious comedians!

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Auburn, Auburn Bus Barn Bonanza 2017 (2/4 - 6/3): Featuring Jewelry, Hand Crafted Items, Candles, Cosmectics, Crocheted Items, Wood Crafts, Handmade Cards, Specility Items, Art, Food, Handmade Soaps, Fun Handmade Doll Clothes.

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Auburn, Bus Barn Bonanza (3/4 - 12/2): We gather the 1st Saturday of the months February, March, April, May, June, October, November and December at Auburn Transportation.

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Auburn, Free Ballroom Dance Workshop for Youth! (3/28): Learn several basic steps of two common dances and impress your friends! Get to know other youth in the area and learn a new skill that you can use your whole life!

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Auburn, FVC Egg Stuffing & Movie Party! (4/1): Come enjoy some food & fellowship all while preparing for the Big FVC Easter Outreach. We will have a potluck and enjoy a familiy friendly movie will stuffing 10,000 Easter Eggs!

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Auburn, Rotary Club of Kent Escapades (4/1): Join us for our annual Escapades Dinner Auction on April 1st at Green River Community College-Lindbloom Center in Auburn, WA.

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Auburn, SuperCross Rider Signing! (4/7): All the riders, all the teams in one place! The biggest event of the year - Supercross is back baby!! 4 Teams and over 20 Riders. Drawings for freebies. Food truck. Hot deals. Entertainment.

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Auburn, The Kingsmen (4/8): NW Entertainment presents: Iconic band comes back to The Puget Sound!

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Bainbridge Island, A Fierce Language: Falling in Love with Poetry (4/2): With "A Fierce Language: Falling in Love With Poetry, Whidbey Island poet Judith Adams takes us on a journey to rediscover the music, power, humor and strength of poetry to transform lives.

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Bainbridge Island, First Day of Summer Registration (3/29): Register with Bainbridge Island Metro Park & Recreation District for summer camps and activities.

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Bainbridge Island, The SoundArts Project Presents... I AM HALO Silks and Spades (4/1): I AM HALO instillation co-creates a synesthetic experience through the merging of audio visual technology and traditional performance art.

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Battle Ground, Daniel Monroe Pop Up Shop! (4/7): Come meet Psychic Medium Daniel Monroe if you haven't already at his first ever POP UP SHOP at Literary Leftovers Used Book Store and do a little shopping!

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Bellevue, 2017 Eastside Business Awards (3/29): Hob nob with top brass, find out who wins, and learn about companies that are making an impact!

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Bellevue, Bellevue AmCon Show (4/11 - 4/12): Meet face-to-face with some of the finest job shops and contract manufacturers from throughout the U.S. and Canada.

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Bellevue, Community Easter Egg Hunt (4/8): Community Easter Egg Hunt at Lake Hills Elementary on Saturday, April 8th starting at 3pm!

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Bellevue, Divine Ammunition: The Sculpture of Al Farrow (12/16 - 5/17): Divine Ammunition: The Sculpture of Al Farrow on December 16, 2016 - May 7, 2017 at Bellevue Arts Museum

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Bellevue, Mozart Concert at BelPres (4/1): Mozart’s Requiem, the composer’s final and unfinished work, is one of the most famous musical compositions ever written due to its sublime eloquence, beauty and power.

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Bellevue, Mozart’s Requiem (4/1): Mozart’s transcendent Requiem in the completion by Robert Levin is featured in an all-Mozart concert in the sanctuary on Saturday, April 1 at 7:30pm.

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Bellevue, Sing! Sing! Sing! Spring! FREE SINGING LESSONS (3/1 - 6/10): Northwest Sound holds a free six-week workshop twice every year called sing! Sing! SING! to teach singing in the barbershop style.

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Bellevue, Sing! Sing! Sing! Spring! FREE SINGING LESSONS (4/10 - 5/10): Northwest Sound holds a free six-week workshop twice every year called sing! Sing! SING! to teach singing in the barbershop style. It's a risk-free way to see what it's like to sing on the risers w

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Bellevue, Spring Break Camp (4/10 - 4/14): Kids will enjoy games, relays, gymnastics, arts & crafts, and FUN!!

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Bellevue, The Contact: Quilts of the Sierra Nevada by Ann Johnston (2/24 - 6/11): The Contact features over 30 of Ann Johnston’s large-scale quilts inspired by the California Sierra Nevada range.

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Bellevue, The Music Awards Ceremony ft. Arthur Migliazza (4/1): Fourth annual creative music and arts production.

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Bellingham, 1984 (4/4): This date was chosen because it's the day George Orwell's protagonist Winston Smith begins rebelling against his oppressive government by keeping a forbidden diary.

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Bellingham, April Fools with Strangely & Shay and Friends! (4/1): Welcome in springtime in Beautiful Bellingham, Washington with a selection of the finest singer-songwriters from around the Pacifac Northwest!

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Bellingham, Autism Awareness Auction, Dinner & Dance (4/1): This year’s theme is Shanghai Nights and will include a gourmet dinner, complimentary wine and beer, dancing and exciting silent and live auction items.

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Bellingham, G Jones (4/7): Haivng start Cafliornia, Jones first relese unto scene mix “new betas 2012” and singles stream.

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Bellingham, Jaycobs 29th BDay Shenanigans (4/1): I'm thinking dinner somewhere around 6:30-7ish and then head down to the Royal for a night of drinking and fun!!!!

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Bothell, 53rd Annual Northwest Driftwood Artists Show (5/17 - 5/21): Over 100 artists will be displaying their driftwood sculptures at the 53rd Annual Driftwood Sculpture Show.

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Bothell, Henna with Sarah (4/8): Our drop in events are the perfect time to stop in for a simple design. Prices range from $5-40 (more elaborate designs require a private appointment).

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Bothell, Womens Self Defense Workshop (4/1): We are so excited to announce that we will be working with Woodinville Martial Arts! We will be hosting a Women's Self Defense workshop for YOU!

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Bremerton, EVITA The Musical (3/31 - 4/30): Fundraiser night for KIAC

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Bremerton, Katies LuLaRoe Extravaganza! (4/8): You've been invited to experience the amazing world of LuLaRoe! Join us at my in-home boutique where you get to play dress up, try anything you want, and take home what you love THAT DAY!

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Bremerton, Kitsap DU Fun Shoot (4/8): 100 Round Sporting Clays, Entry includes Breakfast, Lunch, Ducks Unlimited Membership, 100 rounds Ammo (12 & 20 gauge), Clays course, raffles and auctions.

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Bremerton, Washington State Science and Engineering Fair (3/31 - 4/1): he Washington State Science and Engineering Fair is an annual event where students grades 1-12 can share their ideas in science and engineering.

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Burien, Burien UFO Festival (4/1): Burien UFO Festival features flying saucers, alien costume contests, kids’ activities, films, and live music in and near the Tin Room Bar.

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Burlington, Schmooze Fair: Spotlight on Skagit (4/6): One of the largest business-to-business trade shows in the North Puget Sound region, this annual event features 100 vendors and draws 1,000 attendees.

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Centralia, A Few Good Men (3/24 - 4/9): This Broadway hit about the trial of two Marines for complicity in the death of a fellow Marine at Guantanamo Bay sizzles on stage.

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Centralia, An Evening with Charlie (4/8): Join us for an evening with Charlie Alright for a benefit concert at Centralia College.

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Chehalis, Country Chicks Spring Market 125 Vendors (4/21 - 4/22): 125 Vendors with Vintage, Antiques, Handmade & Repurposed Items. Hanging, Plants, Yard Art, Industial Art. Food & Espresso available

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Chelan, Winter Recital (3/30): Welcome Spring by joining us for our recital celebration of the completion of Winter Session. Pianists and vocalists, beginner to experienced...

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Conway, Always... Patsy Cline (2/10 - 4/1): Theater Arts Guild's Production of "Always... Patsy Cline": Ria Peth Vanderpool and Kelly Visten reprise their roles as Patsy Cline and Louise Seger, respectively.

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Conway, Petunia & The Vipers (4/8): Latin rhythms to a country blues tune, and gypsy flavoring to a rockabilly.

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Covington, End of the Open Award Ceremony 2017 (4/8): Come celebrate the end of the Open season! Dress in all white, BYOB and get ready to have a fun night!

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Eastsound, Salmonberry School Spring Dinner 2017 (4/8): Salmonberry School Annual Fundraiser Event

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Edmonds, Leaving Iowa (3/23 - 4/2): Leaving Iowa is about a middle-aged man who returns to Iowa in search of a place to scatter his father’s ashes, recalling childhood memories of the Midwest along the way, in Edmonds.

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Ellensburg, 2017 Kick Off & Earth Month Celebration (4/1): Join us in celebrating the start of our 10th season and the beginning of Earth Month!

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Ellensburg, Spring Break Her (4/1): Rodeo City Rollergirls vs Atomic City Roller Girls *DOUBLE HEADER*

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Enumclaw, Relay For Life Silent Auction (4/1): Team Can-Saur is hosting a Silent auction to raise money for their team. A Fire Inside Wood Fired Pizza will also be here serving up some great slices!

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Everett, April Networking Luncheon (4/6): The Communication Medium is your body. How people perceiving you is how perceiving your business.

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Everett, Girls Day Out (4/1): Mimosas & Shopping!! Bring your gal pals down for a day of fun! Shopping from over 30 of your favorite "leggings, dress & tees" consultants with over 50,000 pieces of inventory!!!

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Everett, Meet a Muslim on Coffee, Cake & Islam (4/3): According to a YouGov survey, 67% of Americans say they don't have Muslim friend or they have never worked with a Muslim. Only 13% say they understand Islam.

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Everett, Redken City Beats with Manda Ziegelman (4/3): Please come and join us on April 3rd at SalonCentric (11120Evergreen Way,Everett, WA). Looking forward to seeing you there!

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Everett, The Infinity Project at Rockos Fireside (4/7): Part of ROCKO'S FIRESIDE BAR & GRILL'S April Tribute Month, we're bringing you the BEST of Rock Tribute Bands from all over the Country.

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Everett, The Lunchroom Kids (3/29): Enjoy the atmosphere that The Lunchroom Kids will set for us on Wednesday night!

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Everson, Deming Speedway Play Day 2017 (4/1): Let the 2017 Race Season begin!! Come out and test your car before our season gets underway on Friday, April 7th. Pit Gate will open at noon.

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Fife, 1st Annual Homeless Enrichment Collection (4/1): We here at BASH have seen a huge increase in the amount of homeless we serve. In most cases we don't have the items they are in need of the most.

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Ford, Command and Conquer #2 (4/8): Our second command and conquer game of the year! We play gamemodes designed for max trigger time. Come out, invite your friends, and shoot some plastic at each other!

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Freeland, Mozart in the Rainforest (Whidbey Island) (4/8): Art Songs by Mozart and the Brazilian composers he inspired.

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Gig Harbor, 2017 Starting Strength Challenge (4/1): We are pleased to announce the first set of sanctioned strength meets put on by the US Strengthlifting Federation – The 2017 Starting Strength Challenge.

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Gig Harbor, 7th Annual The Green Gig - Locally Grown (4/1): The fun-filled evening will feature an exquisite meal of 100% locally grown and produced tastes transformed by our 2017 celebrity chef Lora LeGarmache and her team...

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Gig Harbor, An Enchanted Evening (4/1): Please join us for our 3rd Annual silent auction and dinner event benefiting Rainy Dayz Preschool! Event details to follow, but save the date!

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Goldendale, Something for Everyone: New Treasures from the Permanent Collection (3/15 - 11/15): The genesis of Maryhill Museum of Art’s permanent collection was a gift from Queen Marie of Romania during her 1926 visit to dedicate the museum.

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Goldendale, Take the Hill - 7k Challenge (4/1): Join us in our Take the Hill - 7k Challenge. All proceeds are donated to the UNITED WAY of the COLUMBIA GORGE (UWCG). UWCG is a non-profit, local agency that supports non-profit human service programs

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Graham, Tacoma Highland Games (6/23 - 6/24): The 48th Tacoma Highland Games will be held at Frontier Park (Pierce County Fairgrounds), Graham, WA on Friday evening, June 23rd from 6-9:00 PM and all day Saturday, June 24th.

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Grayland, 55th Beachcombers Driftwood Show (4/1 - 4/2): Please join us for the annual Beachcombers Driftwood Show & Glass Float Hunt, at the historic Grayland Community Hall.

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Harrington, Music from Russian Masters with Kevin Hekmatpanah, cello, accompanied by Darin Manica (4/7): Music from Russian Masters with Kevin Hekmatpanah, cello, accompanied by pianist Darin Manica at 7:00 PM on April 7, 2017 at the historic Harrington Opera House, Harrington, WA. Admission by donatio

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Issaquah, A Proper Place (3/16 - 4/23): Downton Abbey meets Gilligan’s Island in this hysterical new musical based on J.M. Barrie’s play, The Admirable Crichton.

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Kenmore, An evening with Imperial Organic Yeast! (4/4): The super smart yeast wranglers from Imperial Organic Yeast will be here discussing their wonderful product and answering all your yeast related questions.

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Kenmore, SCA Networking Event featuring Attorney General Bob Ferguson (3/29): Please join us for the next Sound Cities Association networking event featuring special guest Attorney General Bob Ferguson.

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Kenmore, Tobias the Owl, (4/7): tobias the owl is an indieacoustic, folktronica, collaborative project spanning different regions and different musical genres.

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Kenmore, Xolie Morra & The Strange Kind, (4/7): The Seattle Band Xolie Morra & The Strange Kind is making a musical presence worldwide.

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Kent, Banda MS (4/2): Banda Sinaloense MS is an award-winning regional Mexican group from Mazatlan, Sinaloa (MS).

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Kent, Seattle Festival Orchestra in Kent _ Barber and Mahler (4/1): Seattle Festival Orchestra in Kent presents Barber and Mahler on April 1 at the New Hope Presbyterian Church in Kent, WA.

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Kent, Womens history month leadership conference. South King County Edition! (3/29): KD Hall is excited to team up with Denali federal credit union to hold a space for women to learn, network and grow under one roof!

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Kirkland, Its Bunco Time with SIBM (4/8): Get Ready to Roll the Dice...And All for a Good Cause!

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Kirkland, PNW Rider Appreciation Day (4/8): In recognition of and thanks to the local community that has helped us grow to where we are today we're holding a FREE dyno day for the members of the local forums pnwriders and pnwmoto.

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Kirkland, WAAAlk for Autism (4/2): JOIN A TEAM! FORM A TEAM! WAAAlk for Autism is a inclusive, and family friendly celebration to provide resource information for families, fundraise for Washington Autism Alliance & Advocacy (WAAA)...

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Lacey, Dog-Gone Easter Egg Hunt 2017 (4/8): Please come and join us on April 8th at Regional Athletic Complex. Looking forward to seeing you there!

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Lake Forest Park, Edible Book Festival (4/1): See edible exhibits plus the books that inspired them, and then vote for your favorites during the Edible Book Festival in Lake Forest Park.

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Lakewood, Fairy House Making Workshop (4/8): Join David Baird of Fairie Gardens Design and Nursery as he walks you through the process of designing and creating your own fairy masterpiece.

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Lakewood, Rosencrantz & Guildenstern are Dead (4/14 - 5/7): Catch Rosencrantz & Guildenstern are Dead on April 14th to May 7th at the Lakewood Playhouse in Lakewood, WA.

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Langley, Comforts of Whidbeys Inaugural Winemaker Dinner (4/8): An intimate locally sourced four-course dinner paired with our select award-winning wines.

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Langley, Willowood Farm of Ebeys Prairie Benefit Dinner (4/1): A culinary tour de force fundraiser in support of Willowood Farm following the tragic fire on March 6th.

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Leavenworth, Leavenworth Film Festival 2017 (4/7 - 4/8): Showcasing the best recent short films with a focus on outdoor pursuits and the natural world.

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Leavenworth, Taste Leavenworth (4/1 - 4/2): A culinary crawl through a Bavarian village in the Cascade Mountains!

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Long Beach, Carolyn Cruso (4/1): Hammered Dulcimer and much, much, more.

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Long Beach, Carolyn Cruso – Hammered Dulcimer, Vocals, Flute, Guitar (4/1): Carolyn is equally at home on hammered dulcimer, flute, guitar and vocals and performs a diverse array of original tunes and songs as well as traditional material.

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Long Beach, The Lasses and Kathryn Claire (4/8): From Amsterdam, one of our favorite vocal duos, together with a long-time favorite singer-songwriter.

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Longview, CPC Annual Moms Day Out Bazaar FUNdraiser! (4/1): Be the first to get a great deal for a loved one or yourself at our 3rd annual Mom's Day Out Bazaar fundraiser!

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Longview, National Beer Day (4/7): Come celebrate National Beer Day at Mary's Bar and Grill.

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Marysville, You Cant Take It With You (3/24 - 4/9): Classic American comedy presented live onstage by Red Curtain Productions.

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Monroe, East County Job Fair (3/30): Please come and join us on March 30th at Monroe Boys & Girls Club. Looking forward to seeing you there!

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Moses Lake, CANVASclass:StarryNite (3/29): Please come and join us on March 29th at Artgarden Pottery. Looking forward to seeing you there!

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Moses Lake, Fools Market (4/1): Getting you primed and ready for the market season. We are hoping for a bit of early produce, artisanal crafts and wonderful items. Maybe even some plants for your home and garden.

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Moses Lake, The Great Northern Mainline with Dan Bolyard (4/5): Dan Bolyard, noted railroad historian and author, will explore the former Great Northern mainline between Wenatchee and Spokane.

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Mount Vernon, Tulip Festival (4/1 - 4/30): Skagit Valley Tulip Festival features spectacular fields of blooming tulips and daffodils. The free Tulip Festival Street Fair is in Mt. Vernon.

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Mount Vernon, Tulips & Trucks Tour (4/8): Combining 2 Tulip fields and PACCAR's Technical Center in Mount Vernon.

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Mountlake Terrace, Iron Sharpens Iron: Spiritual Warfare (4/8): We invite men of all ages and ethnic backgrounds to build up their families through prayer and sacrificial action.

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Newport, House and Home : An ongoing exhibition that explores what it means to live at home.

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Nordland, Spring Mysteries Festival (4/13 - 4/16): For over 30 years, the Aquarian Tabernacle Church has been recreating the Eleusinian Mysteries held in ancient Greece.

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North Bend, Superior Donuts (3/24 - 4/8): Valley Center Stage proudly presents Superior Donuts by Tracy Letts, a Tony Award and Pulitzer Prize–winning author and author of the popular movie, August Osage County.

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Olympia, 2017 WSU South Sound Cougar Club Poker Crawl (4/1): WSU Poker Crawl

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Olympia, Eclectica! Harlequin Productions 2018 Season Announcement Party (4/1): Big Fun No Foolin' We Invite You to Join Us for Our 2018 Season Announcement Party!

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Olympia, Icing on the Cake: Five Years of Foolin Around (4/1): Rock Candy Burlesque celebrates their 5th birthday!

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Olympia, Irish Festival Concert (4/8): Join us for an evening of traditional music, singing, dancing, and storytelling.

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Olympia, Out on a Limb (4/7 - 4/8): Premiering experimental choreography

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Olympia, Registration Now Open for Beauty and the Beast Jr (Summer Musical Theater) (2/17 - 7/14): Summer musical theater July 17-Aug 12. 5 performances. Ages 8-18. www.bkmusicalproductions.com

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Olympia, Spring 2017 Yoga Teacher Training (4/7): Please come and join us on April 7th at Firefly Yoga. Looking forward to seeing you there!

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Olympia, Spring Break Camp at Hands On Childrens Museum (4/3 - 4/7): Give your child the PREMIER camp experience at the award-winning Hands On Children's Museum.

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Olympia, Vomity 125 - Raiders of the Lost Barf (3/29): Hey it's Olympia's comedy open mic at Le Voyeur! Show's on at 9pm. Climb on in and open your earholes! This is a free show - donations are welcome.

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Omak, Handstands for Crossfit with Liz Doyle (4/8): Join us for this 3 part workshop designed to jumpstart and accelerate your mastery of handstand, HSPU and handstand walking. Select the segment below that fits your current goals.

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Orting, A Taste of Indian Cuisine (4/1): A cooking class featuring Indian recipes, offered by the Orting Valley Farmers' Market.

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Orting, Sporty Divas 6.5M and 13.1 at Orting Trail (Easter Sunday) (4/16): Sporty Diva Walk~Run Events are designed to encourage, motivate and inspire the first time athlete and or people who are returning to fitness in a fun, friendly and supportive~non~competitive race env

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Port Angeles, Commission: Healing The Sick (4/8): We will be focusing on praying for people for physical healing. If you have a desire to grow in healing or evangelism this commission is for you.

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Port Angeles, Young Irelanders - presented by Juan de Fuca Foundation (4/1): Irish music and song with world champion Irish dancers.

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Port Orchard, No Sex Please, Were British (3/10 - 4/2): Director Dan Estes brings another hilarious British show to WWCA!

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Port Townsend, I Am Worth It NW (4/1 - 4/2): Women's Weekend Retreat - Port Townsend WA

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Port Townsend, Nick Schnebelen Band (4/1): Nick Schnebelen, winner of the Albert King Award for "Best Guitarist" plays the intimate Disco Bay Detour club on Highway 101 at Discovery Bay.

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Port Townsend, Port Townsend Kiwanis 50s-60s Rock & Roll Party (4/8): Featuring "The Copy Cats & Friends"

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Port Townsend, The Spirit of Blues in a DANCE with Madame Blues (4/7): The magic of getting lost in a sound and move that conquers your whole being! ~ Madame Blues (Alicia Quaini)

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Port Townsend, Victorian Heritage Festival (4/1 - 4/2): A wonderful weekend to celebrate all that is best in the West Coast’s favorite Victorian seaport.

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Poulsbo, 2017 Call To The Wild Gala Auction & Dinner (4/8): If you love wildlife and auctions, don't miss this event! Join us for a fun filled evening of exciting bidding in the silent and live auctions, raffles, bidding frenzies, a 3-course meal and more!

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Poulsbo, KCAA 2017 Annual Meeting (3/28): You are invited to join The Kitsap Community & Agricultural Alliance for our 2017 Annual Meeting on Tuesday, March 28th from 6pm - 8pm.

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Poulsbo, Opening Day (4/1): The market is moving and our new season is starting! Celebrate Opening Day by attending our ribbon cutting with Mayor Becky, see the Poulsbo Princesses, and see our market's finest.

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Poulsbo, The Crossing (3/17 - 4/9): A new musical by a Seattle-based playwright, Paul Lewis.

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Puyallup, 4-Wheel Part Puyallup Truck & Jeep Fest (4/8 - 4/9): The nation's largest off-road show! You can expect to see custom trucks and Jeeps, product demonstrations, factory-direct pricing, manufacturer reps on hand, installation discounts, and more!

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Puyallup, 8th Annual Aha Mele Hawaiian Festival (4/15): Our 8th Annual Aha Mele Hawaiian Festival is coming up on April 15 at Chief Leschi Schools in Puyallup.

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Puyallup, Just Between Friends Spring Sale (3/30 - 4/2): It's a bargain-hunter's dream! Everyone can shop at our twice-a-year events!

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Puyallup, Lets Get Inverted (4/1): Join Matt from Expand Yoga in Tacoma as we dive into the world of handstands. In this 2 hour workshop we will work on the fundamental practices to develop a freestanding handstand.

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Puyallup, Northwest Rodarama - Rod & Custom Show (4/1 - 4/2): Indoor car show featuring 200 + customs, rods, imports, trucks and motorcycles. Cars are selected from all over the Northwest!

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Redmond, Beat the Bunny 5K (4/8): Join us in our Beat the Bunny 5K. Beat the Bunny is back for another fun, family friendly run! Whether you plan to run, walk, stroll or hop, if you Beat the Bunny, you'll win a prize!

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Redmond, International Food Festival & Bazaar (4/8): Please come and join us on April 8th at Muslim Association of Puget Sound - MAPS. Looking forward to seeing you there!

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Renton, April Mini Sessions (4/2): We love our Mini Sessions....it is such a great way to update your family photo or get new photo's of your kids (human and fur babies)!

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Renton, Diversity in the Trades Summit (4/6): ANEW continues to be a leader in building a vibrant construction trades workforce and improving access and advancement to nontraditional career paths that lead to family wage jobs.

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Renton, Hammerdog live! (4/1): CLASSIC METAL of the 80s is coming back to Pickled Onion. If you like good old fashion metal and hard rock come down to see us. With your help we will rock the joint!

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Renton, Renton Comedy Night-APRIL FOOLIN (4/1): We got a comedy show like no other. CORTNEY GEE, MARC HOWARD, D LAMONT HALL AND TONY DANIEL all join together for an awesome night of comedy!

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Renton, Tridevi (4/1): An hour-long Bharatanatyam production that will showcase a collection of stories from the time and age of the goddesses.

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Ridgefield, NWS Largest Garage Sale & Vintage Sale (4/15): Please join us for the NW's Largest Garage Sale & Vintage Sale on Saturday, April 15th from 8:00am - 5:00pm.

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Seattle, 2017 Officer Installation & Annual Awards Dinner (4/7): Join us for a night of dinner and music as we install our 2017 Ballard Elks Officers, recognize outsanding elks members and award our annual scholarships to deserving High School seniors.

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Seattle, 2017 Womens Day _ Elevate (4/8): Come and join us for our annual Women's Day entitled "ELEVATE." Women from all ages, professions, ethnicities, and walks of life will be coming together to be ELEVATED!

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Seattle, 3/30: Anna Freedman, ings, Good Quiver (3/30): Please come and join us on March 30th at Fremont Abbey Arts Center. Looking forward to seeing you there!

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Seattle, 5th Annual Beakers & Bubbly (4/1): Don’t miss Beakers & Bubbly, our 5th Annual Fun & Fundraiser benefitting the Seattle Children’s Department of Labs on April 1st at the University of Washington Club in Seattle.

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Seattle, 95th Annual JACL Banquet (4/8): Please join Seattle JACL and host Lori Matsukawa as we raise money for crucial social justice and civil rights programs, including opportunities for youth.

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Seattle, A Length of Rope and Strangely at Versatile Arts (4/7): An evening of Contemporary Circus, Vaudeville, and Music.

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Seattle, Anita Moorjani: LIVE in Seattle - What If This Is Heaven? (4/8): East West Bookshop presents beloved author & spiritual guide Anita Moorjani on Saturday, April 8, 2017 at Seattle Unity.

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Seattle, Anomie Belle (4/5): “Anomie Belle has proven herself to be a legitimate quintuple threat as a masterful composer, producer, programmer, vocalist, and multi-instrumentalist.

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Seattle, Apotheosis of the Dance (4/8): Luco Concert Four on April 8th at the Center for Spiritual Living.

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Seattle, April Fools Day - Seattle Fringe Fest (4/1): Our improv takes simple pieces of inspiration and explores the characters, worlds, games, situations and stories that emerge spontaneously.

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Seattle, Authors, Publishers and Readers of Independent Literature Festival (4/1): Hear funny, serious, and provocative readings by independent writers at Authors, Publishers and Readers of Independent Literature (APRIL) on Capitol Hill. They say 2017 is their last year. Free.

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Seattle, Back to Their Future Auction (4/1): "Back to Their Future", an '80s-inspired evening to benefit North Beach Elementary School, is a chance for us to go back in time to support our children's future.

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Seattle, Bad Panda (3/23 - 4/8): When Gwo-Gwo, a panda, falls for Chester, a crocodile, while trying to make a baby with Marion, the enclosure erupts into pandemonium for this new nontraditional family.

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Seattle, Ballard Art Walk (3/16 - 12/21): Ballard businesses and venues partnering with artists every Third Thursday. Most venues open 6pm - 9pm.

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Seattle, Beatrix: A LloydMartin Pop Up (4/1): A vegetarian Pop Up featuring seasonal local beautiful foods prepared by Chef Sam Crannell.

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Seattle, Beats to the Rhyme - Hip Hop Music Production Program (4/2): Beats to the Rhyme empowers youth of underserved backgrounds and marginalized identities with life skills and experience in creative expression through professional musical training...

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Seattle, Beer & Board Games (3/31): Each person will get three 4oz tastes of different beers from the featured Brewery. The first 24 people will receive a pint glass. Raffle drawings through out the evening.

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Seattle, Being Humans present Spring Forward [Improv] (4/2): Funny, fast, always fresh, Being Humans improv makes it's mission making you laugh.

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Seattle, Black and White Ball (4/8): 23rd Annual Gala Benefit & Auction

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Seattle, Black Joe Lewis & The Honeybears (4/6): Genre blues/soul

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Seattle, Bob Fossil (4/7): Bob Fossil comprises elements of rock n' roll, funk, alternative and progressive styles of music to create their unique blend of "Fossil Rock."

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Seattle, Brewshed Luau benefitting WA WILD (4/8): Hellbent is hosting a Luau themed party! Ticket includes a Poke/ Kalua pork bowl (two tiers) from Big Boys Kainan Foodtruck, any pint of Hellbent beer...

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Seattle, Capacitor Records Presents: Basment Sessions 3&4 Record Release (4/1): The long awaited and much anticipated Basment Sessions Seattle Vol. 3 & 4 is out on 4/1 on Capacitor Records... and no this ain't no April Fools joke!

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Seattle, Captured! By Robots (4/7): C!BR has been touring the world since 1997, playing thousands of dive bars for millions of drunk humans.

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Seattle, Christa Burch (4/6): Singer and bodhrán player Christa Burch's supple, expressive voice is fresh, powerful, and instantly recognizable.

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Seattle, Cierra Sisters 21st Annual Black Tie Affair (4/8): Cierra Sisters will be celbrating 21 years of service. A fund raiser that save lifes!

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Seattle, Clipper Round the World Yacht Race (4/15 - 4/28): Yachts from 12 countries stop in Seattle for a week during Clipper Round the World Yacht Race. See the schedule for boat tours, talks, and the departure ceremony at Bell Harbor Marina on Pier 66.

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Seattle, Concert Imaginaire (3/31): An evening of music by Concert Imaginaire featuring video and the Orangutan Dancers!

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Seattle, Convergence Series: #31 - Diamond Knot & Hand In Hand (3/29): Our Convergence Series of special brewery nights continues with a true Washington original, Diamond Knot Brewery & Alehouse.

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Seattle, Cornish Presents: Undertones (4/1): Artist Erin Jorgensen joins forces with local musicians in a live performance that invites you to dream.

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Seattle, Cues and Tattoos Belly Dance Festival (3/29 - 4/2): Cues and Tattoos offers workshops and performances of tribal belly dance at and near Seattle Center.

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Seattle, Das Ende (3/23 - 4/2): Red Rover Theatre Company presents the world premiere of "Das Ende" (German for "The End"), a play by Duane Kelly.

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Seattle, Dina Martina: Fine Avec Me (3/17 - 4/8): The bizarrely hilarious "Second Lady of Entertainment" returns to Re-bar with new songs, new stories and new video!

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Seattle, Dreadful Children, (4/7): Hailing from Seattle Washington, there is no trite slapback of the Nirvana-era here.

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Seattle, Dry Powder (3/17 - 4/15): This gripping new dark comedy delves into the world of those who have the power to manipulate the American economy.

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Seattle, Fatal Footlights (4/8 - 4/30): Fatal Footlights, by Louis Broome and John Longenbaugh, is another installment of the Brass Family steampunk series, featuring characters including Oscar Wilde, Ellen Terry, and George Bernard Shaw.

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Seattle, Free Yoga Class with Rachelle Koren (3/29): Gentle Yoga is a class for everyone, no matter what age or fitness level. Gently stretch your body, and breathe your stress away while having fun.

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Seattle, Fremont First Friday Art Walk (3/3 - 12/1): Fremont First Friday Art Walk brings together a number of our neighborhood’s arts-supporting shops, galleries, and restaurants each month for 3 hours of celebrating creativity in it’s many forms.

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Seattle, Functional Pilates (4/6): Geneva's workshop will focus on quality of movement for any type of athlete, and different forms of stability that can improve body awareness, balance, core strength and posture!

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Seattle, Future of Carbon Policy Happy Hour w/ CarbonWA (4/3): Join CarbonWA leaders and volunteers to chat about future climate policy, ways to get involved, the prospects in Olympia and all other fun things climate change!

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Seattle, Ganja White Night (4/7): Ganja White Night is an electronic music band whose early influences are found at the roots of "Bass-Music".

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Seattle, Ghost of Paul Revere (4/8): Born on the banks of the Saco River, brothers in all but name, the Ghost of Paul Revere is Maine's holler-folk band.

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Seattle, GOON! w/ DJ Ill Camino (4/1): Ill Camino(4 year resident DJ of sex.wav) is here at Pony to cater to the goons & goblins with the best dark techno, old school nü wave, industrial and various oddities.

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Seattle, Goose Vargis (4/7): Welcome to the reinvented Goose Vargis! Morphing into a two-man powerhouse rock band with a wall of sound to fill your ears with glory as you journey with us along a new musical soundscape.

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Seattle, GROWING Cane Berries: Care and Propagation (4/8): Learn how to grow and care for Raspberries, Black Berries, Marion Berries, Boysenberries, Logan berries, the cane growing berry plants.

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Seattle, Harvest of Ashes: Publication Party for Greg Perkins New Novel (4/8): We're throwing a publication party to celebrate the completion of Greg Perkins' HARVEST OF ASHES (volume 2 in the Darkness Before Mourning series).

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Seattle, International Children’s Friendship Festival (4/15 - 4/16): Children from around the world dance, sing, play music, make origami, and get faces painted at the International Children’s Friendship Festival at Seattle Center in Fisher Pavilion

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Seattle, Jacques Greene (4/7): Jacques Greene- aka Philippe Aubin-Dionne is a 24 year old electronic dance producer from Quebec, Canada and even though an active part of the internet generation Greene remains an enigma.

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Seattle, Jello Underground (4/1): Female-produced underground jello wrestling event!

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Seattle, Joey Alexander (4/6): Born on June 25, 2003 on the island of Bali, pianist Joey Alexander originally learned about jazz from his dad, who exposed his son to a variety of classic albums from his extensive collection.

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Seattle, Judah & the Lion (4/7): “Friend of a friend” is the way it all came together, three very different people from very different places, united by a shared love of music.

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Seattle, Kaleo (4/7): The band signed to Elektra/Atlantic and moved to the States in early 2015, choosing Austin as their new base.

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Seattle, Kizumonogatari Part 3: Reiketsu (4/8 - 4/11): Tatsuya Oishi, Akiyuki Shinbo / 2017, Japan

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Seattle, Kortneys (Stand-Up Style) Comedy Show (4/2): (Stand-Up Style) is a monthly comedy showcase that takes place the first Sunday of every month at Naked City Brewery & Taphouse in Greenwood, Seattle.

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Seattle, Literary Happy Hour (3/28): The last Tuesday of every month is Literary Happy Hour at Capitol Cider. Capitol Cider invites local writers, authors, and poets to read their work on the Ballast Bar stage downstairs.

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Seattle, Made to Fly: Arm Balance and Inversion Workshop w/ Storytelling (4/1): Join Jill and Corepower Capitol Hill for an Arm Balance and Inversion Workshop with the Myths behind the poses (asanas)

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Seattle, Marco Benevento (4/7): And in the past, of course, he’s written, arranged and played his largely instrumental anthems, leading a band from behind his customized piano and a tiny armada of drum-machines and sequencers, keybo

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Seattle, Marimekko, With Love (3/10 - 7/9): Marimekko, With Love offers a retrospective look at the company’s mid-century origins and the role Marimekko played in shaping a new aesthetic and approach to living through fashion and design.

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Seattle, Marmalade (4/6): Marmalade is a phenomenon. It is party music w/ soul that ignites dance floors and stirs souls.

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Seattle, NF (4/7): Nate Feuerstein - recording and performing as the Hip-Hop/Alternative artist NF.

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Seattle, Norwescon (4/13 - 4/17): Norwescon features 200 panelists, vendors, events, and 24-hour gaming at DoubleTree Hotel Seattle Airport.

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Seattle, O Beautiful by Theresa Rebeck (4/7 - 4/16): O Beautiful by Theresa Rebeck. Directed by Michael Place. Performed by Cornish Theater sophomores.

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Seattle, Orca: Using Arts as a Catalyst for Social Change Conference (4/1): Spend the day exploring the connection between arts and social justice.

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Seattle, Paper Silver Kites Intergenerational Theatre Company Performance (4/8): Silver Kite's Intergenerational Theatre Company performs its original production, "Paper," on April 8 at the Rainier Arts Center.

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Seattle, Patrick Galactic (4/6): Future Folk crooner Patrick Galactic has earned a reputation as a sophisticated lyricist and magnetic live performer since his psych pop solo turn in 2014.

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Seattle, Planned Parenthood Benefit Concert (4/1): Featuring Ravenna String Quartet

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Seattle, Pop Up Dinner with Matt Broussard + Byron Talbott (4/2): Gather together and indulge your tastebuds with original creations by our chefs.

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Seattle, Pork Red Chile Tamales Making Classes 2017 (2/25 - 11/18): Pork Red Chile Tamales Making Classes 2017

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Seattle, Post Rapture Party, (4/5): Genre Dark-Alternative-Indy-Melodic Rock-Shoegazer

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Seattle, Pressha (4/7): A staple of the West Coast electronic music scene, Matt McGiveron a.k.a. Pressha has dominated the decks as both an opener and a headliner for many years.

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Seattle, Radiohead - KeyArena (4/8): Radiohead has confirmed nine U.S. headline shows in addition to the band’s previously announced headline engagement at this year’s Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival.

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Seattle, Reading Through It: A Post-Election Book Club (4/5): Please come and join us on April 5th at Third Place Books Seward Park. Looking forward to seeing you there!

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Seattle, Saint John And The Revelations (4/5): Saint John made his home in Venice Beach CA amongst the hippies, poets, the homeless, gangs, and the modern beatniks and gypsies, to write and record his first two records, ‘Halo’ and ‘Mercy’.

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Seattle, Sakura-Con (4/14 - 4/16): Anime is a style of Japanese film and TV animation that you will find at Sakura-Con, plus gaming, cosplay, cultural panels, dances, concerts, exhibits, and industry guests at the Washington State Conv

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Seattle, SASS: SANCAs Annual Spring Showcase (4/7 - 4/9): 4 Unique Circus Variety Shows

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Seattle, Science on Ice (3/29): Chris Linder will explore how modern scientists make landmark discoveries while enduring some of the harshest environments on earth, followed by a screening of Shackleton’s Antarctic Adventure.

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Seattle, Seattle Center Whirligig (3/31 - 4/16): Bounce with abandon on super-sized inflatable rides at Seattle Center Whirligig!

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Seattle, Seattle Contact Improv Regional Jam (4/8 - 4/9): Join us for two full days of Contact Improv in Seattle.

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Seattle, Seattle Fringe Festival (3/23 - 4/1): 2 Jam-Packed Weekends of Compelling, Artist-Driven Performance

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Seattle, Seattle Jewish Film Festival (3/25 - 4/2): 22nd annual - an international cinematic exploration and celebration of Jewish and Israeli life, culture, diversity and history for everyone. Take a 9-day vacation with us to Italy, Greece, The Nether

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Seattle, Seattle Mindfulness Retreat with Robert Beatty (4/8 - 4/9): Join Robert Beatty of Portland Insight Meditation Center for a weekend retreat on April 8 &9 at Nalanda West in the Wallingford neighborhood of Seattle.

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Seattle, Seattle Scotch & Beer Fest (4/14 - 4/15): Seattle Scotch & Beer Fest is the premier beer, Scotch, whiskey, and wine tasting experience benefiting The World Is Fun (TWIF).

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Seattle, Sex with Strangers (3/17 - 4/16): The Seattle Premiere of America's hottest new play about an obscure novelist, a famous blogger. Both have a passion for words...and each other.

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Seattle, Silent Opposition (4/7): Silent Opposition is a 5 piece Punk/Hardcore band from Seattle, Wa.

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Seattle, Sleaford Mods (4/5): Actual band with Actual Musicians

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Seattle, Smells Like Stripper Spirit (4/2): W.S. and Company throws it back to the 90's! Join us for a burlesque and variety show that embraces Seattle grunge, hip hop and all that comes between.

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Seattle, Sound Conversations 2017 with Jonathan White (4/6): Join the conversation with host Jeff Renner, an Emmy-award-winning producer of science documentaries, as we delve into the journalistic efforts that bring forth critical environmental stories.

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Seattle, Spring Open House (4/1): Join us for our Open House! We'll celebrate the beginning of Spring, and the opening of our new shop, with a day full of fun activities.

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Seattle, STEM Steampunk Auction 2017 (4/1): PTA’s support basic education in Washington State. The Louisa Boren STEM K-8 PTA supports both basics (library books, gym equipment, art supplies) and “extras” (Project Based Learning supplies...

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Seattle, Stoked Spoke ep. III (3/29): Come be a part of this presentation series to keep your mind moving forward through the cold, dark times.

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Seattle, Strike a Pose (3/29): In 1990, seven young dancers joined pop star Madonna on her most controversial world tour. Wild, talented and barely twenty, the dancers set out on the trip of a lifetime.

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Seattle, Swedish Bingo in the Bar! (3/29): Swedish Bingo! Members and guests welcome! Enjoy pea soup and home-made limpa bread. Bring cash, as we are required to sell cards for cash.

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Seattle, Swing and Sing VI - Flying Trapeze & Karaoke (4/1): Are you ready for Emerald City Trapeze’s fourth Swing and Sing?! Dip your toes into Flying Trapeze and then sing your heart out on stage with our professional karaoke master, Baby Ketten Karaoke?!

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Seattle, Syncopaths (4/6): From dance floors to concert halls, the Syncopaths bring a fresh, contemporary spin to music and songs rooted in the Scottish, Irish, and American folk traditions.

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Seattle, Team Parkinsons Walk Kickoff (3/30): Join us as we gear up for the 2017 Team Parkinson's Walk Seattle!

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Seattle, The Infamous Stringdusters (4/8): But, in order to survive, everything must evolve... even bluegrass. Enter the Infamous Stringdusters, the very model of a major modern bluegrass band.

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Seattle, The Kathy Kallick Band (4/1): Join us for an evening of contemporary bluegrass led by Kathy Kallick Live at Empty Sea!

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Seattle, the knast (4/6): The Knast are four young men with a vision. Hailing from Seattle, Washington, they bring to the table an enthusiastic love of music, as evident in their record collections of epic proportions.

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Seattle, The Maine (4/5): Hometown Tempe, AZ

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Seattle, The Security Project (4/7): The Security Project perform music from Peter Gabriel's first three albums, Security (1982) and Plays Live (1983), as well as many other sonic surprises.

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Seattle, The Singer & the Songwriter (4/5): Shortly after moving to Los Angeles in 2008, they began writing and performing music together (under the name Ampersand, later transitioning to The Singer and The Songwriter).

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Seattle, The W Lovers (4/6): The W Lovers band started with the meeting of two songwriters from different parts of the globe. They fell in love and are making waves, with their own special brand of Americana, Alt- Country songs.

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Seattle, Theoretics (4/7): Theoretics is a live hip-hop/electronica band from Seattle, WA.

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Seattle, Twisted Flicks 2017 (3/31 - 4/1): The improvised portion of this show is appropriate for all ages. Visually, the films will stay pretty close to their original rating.

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Seattle, Value in Cancer Care Summit (4/7): The 4th Annual Value in Cancer Care (VCC) Summit is a full-day conference for individuals from across the healthcare spectrum to explore models of "paying for value" ...

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Seattle, VegFest (4/1 - 4/2): Taste samples, see cooking demonstrations, and browse cookbooks at Vegfest in Exhibition Hall at Seattle Center.

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Seattle, WA Wild Spruce Tip IPA Release Party (4/6): Join us April 6th at Lucky Envelope Brewing OR Peddler Brewing starting at 4 PM!

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Seattle, Xoth, (4/7): Cosmic Blackened Death Metal. Featuring ex members of Phalgeron, Lecherous Nocturne, and Warbringer.

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Seattle, Year of Remembrance: Glimpses of a Forever Foreigner (2/17 - 2/11): On February 19, 1942, President Franklin D. Roosevelt issued Executive Order 9066, which resulted in the forced removal and incarceration of 120,000 Japanese and Japanese Americans.

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Seattle, Yogic Breathing for Anxious Times with Jenny Rhodes (4/2): Join Jenny Rhodes, E-RYT for this one hour Pranayama Workshop to practice breathing techniques that help reduce anxiety during these trying times.

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Sedro Woolley, Woodfest 2017 Sedro-Woolley (4/1 - 4/2): Woodfest is an annual celebration of woodworking and student achievements. Marking the kick off of the Skagit Valley Tulip Festival and being a sanctioned event of the Tulip Festival.

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Selah, 4th Annual Selah Jeep Meet & Greet (4/1): Bring your rig to the Eastern Washington Adventures Club House for the Selah Jeep Meet & Greet. Show your flex on the RTI Ramp and meet other Jeepers.

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Sequim, Help to Create a Clinic (4/8): Join Dr. Lissa Lubinski, board-certified family physician and mother, in creating the first community-designed clinic on the Olympic Peninsula.

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Shoreline, Ben Thomas Trio (4/6): Catch the Ben Thomas Trio perform live on April 6th at North City Bistro.

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Shoreline, Choir of the Sound Eighth Annual Bottles & Bites Fundraiser (4/1): Entertainment and Auction Fundraiser

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Shoreline, Early Life Speech & Language Beer Fest 2017 (4/8): Entry fee includes 7 tastes, a full bratwurst lunch,(vegetarian option as well)and commemorative event glass. Extra tastes can be purchased at the event.

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Shoreline, Early Life Speech &; Language Beer Fest 2017 (4/8): Save the date for Beer Fest 2017 – April 8th, 12 noon to 5pm at the Shoreline Masonic Lodge featuring local brews and tasty brats.

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Shoreline, Greta Matassa Quartet (4/8): Catch Greta Matassa and her stellar trio on April 8th at North City Bistro & Wine Shop in Shoreline, WA.

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Shoreline, IvyLane (3/31): Acoustic covers - with a twist! IvyLane... "Duo Magic"

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Shoreline, Jet City Rollergirls Bonus Bout (4/1): JCRG A Decade of Derby Double Header

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Shoreline, Michael Shrieves Spellbinder (4/1): Santana's Drummer will be In the House!

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Shoreline, Sing Low Indigo CD Release Show (3/29): Sing Low Indigo CD Release Show on March 29th at North City Bistro in Shoreline.

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Shoreline, The Stacy Jones Band and The Scotch Tops at Darrells ! (4/7): The Stacy Jones Band and The Scotch Tops are bringing their Rock’in Rhythm & Blues to Darrell’s Tavern FRIDAY APRIL 7TH !!!

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Snohomish, 2017 Spring Bazaar (4/8): The 2017 Spring Bazaar will have over 40 vendors and bake sale. Great time to purchase special gifts and support local crafters and businesses in the community.

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Snohomish, March Book Club Meeting - The Circle by Dave Eggers (3/29): Please come and join us on March 29th at The Hungry Pelican. Looking forward to seeing you there!

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Snohomish, Paint Lego Batman & Meet Bat Guy (4/1): Join us for some fun, and paint your very own Lego Batman with Holly from HollysImages. She will walk you step by step in painting your very own Lego Batman.

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Snohomish, Run 2 Pieces (4/8): Run 2 Pieces is a fun run to help raise money and awareness for the early diagnosis and treatment of Autism Spectrum Disorder, or ASD. The money raised for this event will go to the UW Autism Center’s

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Snoqualmie, Great White & Slaughter (4/1): Experience the sultry lyrics and mega hits of ultimate hard rock bands, Great White and Slaughter at the Snoqualmie Casino!

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Spokane Valley, April Fools Gambit WM/H Event (4/1): We will be running a free "tournament" event open to all players. I For this event, we will have 4 rounds and players will arrive with no preset lists.

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Spokane Valley, April Valley Hobby Lobby Class (4/1): Join us at Valley Hobby Lobby for an amazing morning and leave with a pinterest-inspired, wall worthy custom art piece that you yourself created.

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Spokane Valley, Deeper Worship Night (3/30): Join us for an refreshing time! There will also be FREE childcare available for ages Birth – 5th Grade.

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Spokane, 2017 Hunger Run (4/1): Two charities, one cause. Join us for the 2nd Annual Hunger Run, on April 1st at Plante's Ferry for a 5K/10K walk/run to help the hungry. Fast 5K/10K course in the Spokane Valley.

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Spokane, Itchy Kitty (4/8): Itchy Kitty/ Supervillain/ The Smokes

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Spokane, Ladies Night (3/28): A night for the Ladies to enjoy drinks and appitizers while checking out our featured vendors in the categories of indulgence and health.

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Spokane, Metallica Tribute: Blistered Earth (4/8): Tribute band performing all of the Metallica Hits.

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Spokane, Origin Stories: Superhero Creation for Kids (4/1): Learn the secrets of superheroes! Write and illustrate your own comic with characters and stories built around the idea of superpowers. No cost; registration required.

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Spokane, Pfriem Family Brewers - Beer Dinner with Chef Chad White! (3/29): This month, we're hosting pFriem Family Brewers for an epic Beer Dinner, with food from our own Chef Chad White, of Zona Blanca!

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Spokane, Reach for the Stars - Gala Evening Victoria Siegel Foundation Benefit (4/1): A beneift to save lives from drug overdose so we dont lose our future generation.

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Spokane, WA/BC Chapter Spawning Run (4/11): The Washington-British Columbia Chapter of the American Fisheries Society is pleased to announce our upcoming 2017 Spawning Run held at Hotel RL. Proceeds of the Spawning Run

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Sumner, Sumner Crossfit Gala (4/1): Come celebrate the close of another Crossfit Open with your friends and family at Sumner Crossfit! A formal gala will be held at Sumner Crossfit on April 1st, 2017.

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Tacoma, 1 Year Anniversary Paw-ty! (4/1): What a waggin' year this has been! We would love to celebrate with all our paw-some WNDP dogs & their hoomans!

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Tacoma, 13th Screening and Discussion - Be Social, Inspire Justice. (4/4): The documentary provides an in-depth look at the prison system in the United States and how it reveals the country's history of racial inequality.

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Tacoma, 84th Annual Daffodil Parade (4/8): The Daffodil Festival Grand Floral Parade is an annual celebration of the community, history, traditions, and growth, of its home of Pierce County. The theme for this year’s parade is “Daffodil Parad

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Tacoma, Angel Du$t, Power, Safe & Sound, Lowest Priority + Homiez (4/2): Please come and join us on April 2nd at Real Art Tacoma. Looking forward to seeing you there!

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Tacoma, Bellydance Evolution Alice in Wonderland (4/8): Bellydance Evolution’s mission is to explore, celebrate and re-imagine Middle Eastern dance for the 21st century.

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Tacoma, Into the Deep (9/24 - 9/1): Into the Deep will introduce visitors to the similar properties between glass and water, taking them on a journey through the wide possibilities of glass and the beauty of marine life.

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Tacoma, Jacob Westfall Band (4/1): Jacob will lead his band for an unmatched night of music at Dystopian State Brewery. It's one night only, so make sure you do not miss this!

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Tacoma, LeMay Wine & Chocolate Affair (4/7 - 4/8): Taste wine and chocolate from 70 vendors, and see vintage cars at LeMay Wine & Chocolate Affair at Marymount Event Center for age 21+.

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Tacoma, Lila Downs (3/31): Catch Lila Downs live on March 31st at the Pantages Theater in Tacoma, WA.

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Tacoma, Meet Peter Bagge author of Fire!! The Zora Neale Hurston Story (4/1): Please come and join us on April 1st at King's Books. Looking forward to seeing you there!

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Tacoma, Sam Lachow Live @ Real Art Tacoma (4/8): Sam Lachow is headlining Real Art Tacoma in Tacoma, WA on April 8th. With performances by KESHAWNtheKING, No-Uh and Wavy God.

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Tacoma, Sons of Serendip (4/8): Catch Sons of Serendip live on April 8th at the Rialto Theater in Tacoma, WA.

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Tacoma, Tacoma Rainiers vs. El Paso Chihuahuas (4/11 - 4/14): Cheer for the Rainiers as they take on the El Paso Chihuahuas on April 11th to 14th at Cheney Stadium in Tacoma, WA.

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Tacoma, The Gray Sky Blues Music Festival (4/8): The Gray Sky Blues Music Festival starts on Saturday, April 8th, 2017 following the Tacoma Daffodil Festival Grand Floral Parade

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Tacoma, The Scuba and H2O Adventure Show (3/31 - 4/2): This year join us as we welcome industry favorites including Nancy McGee, photographer and wildlife advocate and Ernie Brooks, photographer.

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Tacoma, The Waltz of the Toreadors (3/24 - 4/9): A tragic farce (is that possible?) about a man who pines for a woman he once waltzed with 17 years ago. What will stop their happiness, other than his pompous self?

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Tacoma, Under the Streetlamp (4/15): With brassy, slickly arranged covers of everyone from Frankie Valli to The Beach boys, there's nothing quite like the old school sparkle that an Under the Streetlamp concert provides.

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Vancouver, 1st Annual Ranch Rodeo (4/1): The events are Barrel Racing, Cow Sorting, Milking, Roping and Branding. This event is for all levels of riders. You can walk, trot or lope thru each obstacle.

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Vancouver, 1st-Ever (!!) Friends of Trees Clark County NT Planting (4/8): Join us to plant trees as a planting volunteer at the first-ever Neighborhood Trees planting in Felida, North Salmon Creek, and West Hazel Dell on Saturday, April 8th.

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Vancouver, Making Beauty: Native Beadwork of North America : Experience the beauty of traditional and contemporary Native American beadwork from across the Northwest Coast, Plateau and Plains regions.

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Vancouver, NWS LARGEST Garage Sale & Vintage Sale (4/15): Community Garage Sale & Vintage Sale

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Vancouver, Publishing Your Chapbook with John Sibley Williams (4/1): Join award-winning poet and literary agent John Sibley Williams for this hands-on workshop exploring the ins-and-outs of organizing and publishing your chapbook.

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Vancouver, Ribbon Cutting - All About Air Heating & Cooling (4/7): Join the GVCC Ambassadors as we celebrate our new member All About Air Heating & Cooling! A fun ribbon cutting ceremony will be held at 4:00 p.m. on Friday April 7th at 5706 NE 112th Avenue.

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Vancouver, Small Acreage Expo 2017 (4/8): Topics include soil testing, pasture management, sustainable grazing, rain barrels, organic fertilizers and much more! Join us for a fun day of education, networking, and community building for small

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Vancouver, Yoga & a Pint (4/1): Come enjoy a beginner yoga class followed by your favorite craft brew, at Loowit Brewing Company!

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Vashon, A Night at the Lava Lounge & Liki Tiki Bar (4/1): Vashon Maury Cooperative Preschool's 18th Annual Auction

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Vashon, First Friday (4/7): Please join us in the Vashon Landing building, through the side door and up the stairs!

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Walla Walla, The French Connection (3/28): Pianist and Walla Walla native Alex Bernstein takes the stage with the Walla Walla Symphony for Ravel's Piano Concerto in G Major, a piece heavily influenced by jazz.

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Walla Walla, Walla Walla Valley Wine Alliance : Walla Walla sits in the foothills of the Blue Mountains in the Southeastern corner of Washington State

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Walla Walla, Wobblers and Toddlers - Bug and Mud (4/3): Children's Home Society joins us for Fun Sensory Activities for Wobblers and Toddlers

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Wenatchee, Chelan County Search & Rescue (3/30): The Chelan County Sheriff's Office will present a free program about backcountry safety and how rescue operations work.

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Wenatchee, Elephant Gun Riot//Cobra Hawk//Dustin Hays LIVE AT WALLYS HOUSE OF BOOZE!!! (4/7): Please come and join us on April 7th at Wallys House of Booze. Looking forward to seeing you there!

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Wenatchee, Innovator Awards Luncheon (3/30): Please come and join us on March 30th at Wenatchee Convention Center. Looking forward to seeing you there!

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Westport, World Class Crab Races and Crab Feed (4/15 - 4/16): Watch crabs race and eat crab at the World Class Crab Races and Crab Feed in Westport at the Pacific Ocean.

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Woodinville, Chamber Music III (4/2): OSSCS musicians and friends present an evening of chamber music in a unique setting.

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Yakima, First Friday w/ the Rafael Tranquilino Band (4/7): Please come and join us on April 7th at Gilbert Cellars. Looking forward to seeing you there!

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Yakima, Jordan World Circus (4/10): Come One, Come All, to the Jordan World Circus!

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Yakima, Legs and SISTERS Live at Yakima Maker Space (4/7): April 7th Dance Party With Legs and Sisters.

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Yakima, PBR - Professional Bull Riders (4/15): Do you want to see the toughest sport on dirt up-close and personal?

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Yakima, THVMC April Meeting (4/5): The 2017 riding season kicking into gear and our first race is April 22nd. Come on out and see how you can lend a hand to make it a success.

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Yakima, UUCY Auction 2017- Foolin Around (4/1): Come for good food, good drink, and good company… no foolin’! Bring a friend! All fools welcome!

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Zillah, Joe Brooks Quartet - Jazz at J. Bell Spring Encore (4/8): Come join us in our intimate tasting room or step outside and have a seat by the fire. Either way, you'll take in the great sounds of Jazz and find yourself in great company.

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