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Seattle, The 46th Annual Northwest Folklife Festival (5/26 - 5/29): The Northwest Folklife Festival is the place to learn, to dance, to play, to try something new, and to discover arts and cultures that inspire celebration of one another and our big neighborhood.

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Port Townsend, 16th Fort Worden Childrens Choir Festival Saturday CONCERT (5/27): The gala concert to conclude the 16th Fort Worden Children's Choir Festival! Youth choristers from area choirs performing together with Guest Conductor Elena Sharkova.

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Lynden, 2017 BC Morgan Horse Show (5/25 - 5/28): Come join us for fun at this AMHA 4 Star and USEF/USDF rated Morgan Horse Show in Lynden, Washington, Memorial Day Weekend 2017.

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Long Beach, An evening of Celtic and Celtic-inspired Tunes and Songs (5/27): Acclaimed Button Accordionist Johnny Connolly and respected songwriter Casey Neill will bring the best of traditional Celtic music and influences from folk, punk, and Americana.

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Snoqualmie, Memorial Day Weekend train rides (5/27 - 5/29): Train rides for 3 days on Memorial Day Weekend

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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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Puyallup, Dozer Day (6/3 - 6/4): Children can watch and even operate heavy construction equipment on Dozer Day, which also has police cars and fire engines on display at Washington State Fair Events Center in Puyallup.

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Puyallup, Dozer Day Family Event (6/3 - 6/4): The National Utility Contractors Association of Washington is sponsoring a special event called Dozer Day. Kids of all ages get to ride on and run real bulldozers, excavators and other construction e

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Bremerton, Flirt After Work Singles Mixer (6/2): Flirt After Work Singles Mixer

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Everett, Relay for Life Car Show (6/3): A car show, silent auction, vendors, and fun! 100% of proceeds go to American Cancer Society. ALL makes, models. years, motorcycles, bicycles, and pedal cars welcome. $20 registration before May 28th.

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Anacortes, Anacortes Waterfront Festival (6/3 - 6/4): Anacortes Waterfront Festival offers free boat rides, car and boat shows, entertainment, and kids’ activities.

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Anacortes, Fidalgo DanceWorks - ALICE (6/3 - 6/4): Fidalgo DanceWorks presents "ALICE" - Those who dont believe in magic will never find it.

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Anacortes, Karen Lovely (6/2): Lovely’s records have topped the national blues and roots charts and made the Top 10 favorite artist list for dozens of nationally syndicated radio stations.

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Arlington, Summer Vibes (5/27): See three unique musical groups in one evening!

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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, Hairspray (6/2 - 6/18): The 1950s are out, and change is in the air!

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Auburn, KAT Auction (6/3): Come for an exciting evening of live entertainment, playing games, amazing food, and the main event - our incredible auction.

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Auburn, Our Story (6/2 - 6/3): The youth of Pacific Ballroom Dance will present a show full of energy and elegance.

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Auburn, Overnight at the Museum - Spy Games! (6/9 - 6/10): The night will be packed with activities like crafting spy disguises, making invisible ink, and escaping the laser obstacle course!

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Bainbridge Island, Bainbridge Symphony Orchestra presents Copland Tender Land Suite (6/2 - 6/4): For the Bainbridge Symphony Orchestra’s final concerts this year the orchestra turns to celebrated American composers including John Williams and Aaron Copland.

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Bainbridge Island, Jaya Lakshmi & Ananda: Sacred Chant Concert (5/30): Join Jaya Lakshmi and Ananda for a sensational night of music, chanting and connection.

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Bainbridge Island, smARTfilms: Great Directors - Fredrico Fellini: La Dolce Vita (1960) (5/23): Come see your favorite movies as they are meant to be seen: on the big screen, in comfy chairs, and well fed! All screenings are followed by a facilitated discussion.

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Bainbridge Island, Spring Send-Off 2017 (6/8 - 6/9): Patrick Hurlburt and Liz Ellis direct the 2nd –8th grade students in Doctor Doolittle, a wacky tale in which the good doctor of the classic story has been split into three sisters who each go on their

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Bellevue, 10th Annual Bellevue Jazz & Blues Festival (6/3 - 6/4): From May 31 to June 4, the Bellevue Downtown Association (BDA) will bring together top talent for the 10th Annual Bellevue Jazz & Blues Festival.

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Bellevue, 6th Annual Lake to Lake Bike Ride (6/3): Explore Bellevue's hidden treasures by bike on the Lake to Lake Bike Ride on June 3, 2017, rain or shine. Bring the whole family to this enjoyable, non-competitive ride benefitting the City of Bellevu

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Bellevue, A Night in Africa Gala (6/3): On Saturday, June 3rd 2017, we will host our Annual Fundraising Gala, A Night In Africa, to celebrate the work we perform saving lives.

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Bellevue, All in a Days Work (6/3): Join Bellevue Girlchoir and Bellevue Boychoir in our grand finale performance of the season: All in a Days Work.

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Bellevue, Bellevue Youth Links 27th Community Leadership Awards (5/24): Since 1990, Bellevue Youth Link Program has been providing nationally recognized quality youth leadership and community service programs in the City of Bellevue.

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Bellevue, Catherine Russell at the Bellevue Jazz & Blues Festival (6/2): Catherine Russell is a native New Yorker, born into musical royalty.

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Bellevue, Emerge/Evolve 2016 (5/26 - 10/1): Rising Talents in Kiln-Glass

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Bellevue, Gage Teen Art Studio: Urban Landscapes with Caitlin Fennelly (5/26): In this mixed media drawing course, students will use the influence of the city and the nature of Washington to create beautiful interpretive drawings and paintings.

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Bellevue, Northwest Sound Mens Chorus Spring Show - MUSIC FIRST! (6/10): This is the BIG SPRING SHOW from Northwest Sound Men's Chorus. Come for a preview of our 2017 International Package, new songs, and tunes from Wink! 4.0! RipChord! and the men from our Spring Sing Si

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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, 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, Youth in Crisis Training (6/1): Only 25% of youth pastors feel equipped to help young people in times of crisis or risk-taking behavior. We want to help change that statistic.

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Bellingham, 8th Annual Safe Kids Safety Fair (6/3): Join us at the 8th Annual Safe Kids Safety Fair coordinated by the South Whatcom Fire Authority. We are excited to participate again in this fun event promoting safety in our communities for kids.

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Bellingham, BAAY Presents: Cats (6/2 - 6/11): Lisa Markowitz directs BAAY seniors in realizing this true musical theatre phenomenon! Tickets and more information at baay.org.

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Bellingham, Building Our Future - Building Our Community (6/3): Join us for a fun evening with fellow supporters of Kulshan Community Land Trust! Cocktails, dinner, dessert & Keynote speaker Damani Johnson, followed by live music and dancing.

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Bellingham, Jessica Meuse (6/9): Jessica Meuse (also known as “Jess”) is an American singer, songwriter and guitarist from Slapout, Alabama.

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Bellingham, Ladies Night Mobility & Yoga (5/23): Calling all CFX Ladies! Come treat yourself to an hour of yoga with Coach Taylor. We have an evening of Yin planned for. Bring water, yoga mat, and an appy to share!

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Bellingham, ROCKmeetsREGGAEmeetsRAP (5/27): THE MOMENT WE ALL BEEN WAITING FOR.

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Bellingham, The Ultimate Lawn Party & Games Night (6/1): Music, games, snacks, raffle...all in a beautiful place to support youth Ultimate in Bellingham.

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Bonney Lake, Womens Self-defense (5/27): Domestic violence and assault are all to common in todays society. This course is a 2 hour active self-defense course focusing on real world dangers to women.

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Bothell, Chamber May General Meeting Event (5/25): Join 65-70 other professionals monthly to strengthen your local connections, hear updates from the cities of Bothell and Kenmore...

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Bothell, Ladies Night Out! (5/11 - 6/8): Grab your best friends and come out for an evening of relaxed shopping! Ladies Night Out at Country Village features drawings, refreshments, fantastic finds, and drastic discounts.

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Bothell, Memorial Day Murph Challenge (5/29): Please come and join us on May 29th at CrossFit Bothell. Looking forward to seeing you there!

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Bothell, SAS Music Performance and Fundraiser 2017 (5/25): Join us for a night of rock and roll on Thursday May 19th at 6:30 in Haynes Hall at McMenamin’s Anderson School in Bothell.

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Bremerton, Flirt After Work Singles Mixer (6/2): Flirt After Work Singles Mixer

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Bremerton, Foster Care Info Meeting (5/31): Join us for a night of learning what we can do as a church to share love in practical ways with foster kids and their families.

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Bremerton, June Faire (6/3): June Faire has medieval armored combat, archery, bards, dancing, and village merchants near Bremerton Airport.

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Bremerton, Kitsap Brewery Tour 6 (5/27): We're taking off again, for a 6th Edition of The Kitsap Brewery Tour.

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Bremerton, May Babies Birthday Party (5/26): Come one come all! Lets celebrate all the May Babies again this year.. If you were born in May or not and just want to party with them please come..

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Bremerton, MNDVA + The Eagles Present: The Fame Riot (6/2): Please come and join us on June 2nd at Bremerton Eagles Aerie 192. Looking forward to seeing you there!

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Bremerton, Professional Development (6/2): WSU Kitsap Extension is planning a Professional Development Opportunity.

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Burien, 2017 MWAOTeen Preliminary Night Pageant (5/27): Official Preliminary Night of competition for Miss Washington's Outstanding Teen 2016...the official state pageant for the Miss America's Outstanding Teen Program.

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Burien, FREE Orca Awareness Month Film Screening (6/1): FREE Orca Awareness Month Film Screening

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Burien, Relay for Life of Highline (6/10): Relay is a team fundraising event where team members take turns walking around a track or designated path.

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Burlington, Recognition Luncheon for Vivian Smallwood (5/23): Join us as we celebrate 35 years of outstanding service and dedication!

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Cashmere, 2017 1st Annual River-to-Ridge Dual Sport Event (6/3): 2017 1st Annual River-to-Ridge Dual Sport Event out of Cashmere, WA. The much requested spring event added to Coyote Offroad promoted event calendar.

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Centralia, Sacred Routine Immersion with Nia Faculty Trainer Kelle Rae Oien (5/26): Join Kelle, creator and choreographer of the routine Sacred, for an ease-filled routine-learning day.

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Centralia, Start With Why by David Mead (5/25): The Ellis Oliver Speaker Series presents Start With Why with David Mead on Thursday, May 25th in Corbet Theatre.

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Clayton, 2nd annual fundraising dinner (6/2): Taco bar this year!. Raffle drawings and fundraiser dinner with a dessert auction. We had a ton of food, fun and friends last year and will have more fun this year!

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Clayton, Digital Day Camp: Facebook for Business - Advanced (5/25): Facebook continues to dominate social media, and it has proven to be an indispensable part of any businesses marketing efforts.

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Concrete, Comedy Night with Marc Price (6/3): Get ready for a crazy night of laughter! Los Angeles comedian Marc Price will take the stage with jokes and stories that you won't want to miss.

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Eastsound, Gail Pettis - Ella et al. Celebrating the Great Ladies of Jazz (5/27): Gail Pettis is a two time winner of Earshot Jazz Golden Ear Northwests Vocalist of the Year award.

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Eatonville, Relay for Life - Eatonville (6/3): Relay is a team fundraising event where team members take turns walking around a track or designated path.

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Edmonds, Edmonds Waterfront Festival (6/2 - 6/4): Edmonds Waterfront Festival has arts and crafts, entertainment, kids’ activities and rides, food, a beer garden, and a classic yacht show. No dogs. Free for children 12 and younger.

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Edmonds, Westgate Carnival (6/2): One of Westgate Elementary's favorite traditions,the carnival is a great way to welcome in the summer.

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Ellensburg, CONFAB (6/2): Art Confab is 2 days of professional development workshops for artists, hands-on demonstrations, and plenty of opportunities for networking (i.e. fun).

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Everett, Emorys Favorites Winemaker Dinner (5/24): We are excited to provide you with an evening of great northwest wine paired with Chef Peters food.

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Everett, Relay for Life Car Show (6/3): A car show, silent auction, vendors, and fun! 100% of proceeds go to American Cancer Society. ALL makes, models. years, motorcycles, bicycles, and pedal cars welcome. $20 registration before May 28th.

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Everett, Roy Rogers & Delta Rhythm Kings plays Citrine Blues 2017 (5/27): Roy Rogers & delta Rhythm Kings are the feature artists for Citrine Blues 2017. This annual event is the signature fundraiser for Citrine Health in Everett, WA.

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Everett, Sorticulture: Everett’s Garden Arts Festival (6/9 - 6/11): Sorticulture: Everett’s Garden Arts Festival has garden art, display gardens, a plant sale, music, a food fair, and kids’ activities at Legion Memorial Park.

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Everett, Tankfest Northwest 2017 (5/27): Hear the rumble and boom of vintage tanks and artillery at the Flying Heritage & Combat Armor Museum's sixth annual Tankfest Northwest!

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Gig Harbor, Maritime Gig Festival (6/3 - 6/4): Maritime Gig Festival includes a pancake breakfast, fun run, parade, farmer’s market, bands, classic yachts, a car show, and a kids’ fair.

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Gig Harbor, Memorial Day Murph 2017 (5/29): Workout, food, beverages, massages, chiropractic adjustments and fun!!

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Gig Harbor, Memorial Day MURPH Workout (5/29): Join us for our annual community workout for the Murph Challenge. This is our way of celebrating those that have made the ultimate sacrifice in protecting our country.

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Gig Harbor, Relay for Life of Gig Harbor (6/9): Relay is a team fundraising event where team members take turns walking around a track or designated path.

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Gig Harbor, Waterfront Farmers Market Opening Day! (6/1): Fruit, vegetables, meat, fish, cheese, flowers, honey, jams, jellies, handcrafted natural products, live entertainment, good food and great people...

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Goldendale, Narrating the Landscape: Print Culture and American Expansion in the Nineteenth Century (6/3): Join author and art historian Matt Johnston for a look at how mass-produced visual material brought new meanings to the interplay of time, space, and place as American continental expansion peaked.

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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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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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Hoquiam, Relay for Life of Grays Harbor (6/2): Relay is a team fundraising event where team members take turns walking around a track or designated path.

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Issaquah, Evergreen Mountain Bike Festival (6/10 - 6/11): Shop vendors, ride trails, test your skills, test bikes (for a fee), visit kids’ events, and buy food or beer at Evergreen Mountain Bike Festival in Issaquah. Free.

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Issaquah, String (6/2 - 6/18): On a mountaintop high over ancient Greece, three sisters – goddesses known as the Greek Fates – are responsible for spinning, measuring, and snipping the String of Life.

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Issaquah, The Bark Benefit (6/2): Seahawks fans who pay $100 to support animal rescue will meet the Sea Gals cheerleaders, the Blue Thunder drumline, Blitz the mascot, and a Seahawks player at Bark Benefit, with food, wine, and an auc

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Issaquah, Weaving Basics (5/27): Do you want a quick way to use your stash and learn a new skill in the process?

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Kenmore, The Medicine Hat (6/2): The Medicine Hat has played festivals and dark rooms across Canada with innumerable class acts. Their debut singles, 'New Survival' and 'St. Cecilia', were released in the Summer and Fall of 2016.

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Kennewick, 1st Wicked Fresh Farmers Market of the year (5/30): We are so excited to start our weekly Wicked Fresh Farmers Market at d's wicked cider!

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Kennewick, 2017 NSX Memorial Day Murph (5/29): Come join us for our annual Memorial Day Murph workout! All members are encouraged to join, whether you are new to the box or have been coming for years.

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Kent, Annual Banquet Celebrating ABSOLUTE Freedom from Addiction (6/2): ABSOLUTE Ministries is the Premier Transitional Housing & Mentoring program in the Pacific Northwest.

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Kent, Kent International Festival (6/3): Kent International Festival offers ethnic food, songs, dance, and cultural booths at ShoWare Center. Highlights include a walk at 9:30 a.m., festival 10 a.m., dance party 5 p.m., finale 7 p.m. Free.

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Kent, Love & War: The Conflict & Passion of Humanity (5/27): The Sonoro Choral Society is excited to present an intense and powerful concert entitled, Love and War: The Conflict and Passion of Humanity.

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Kent, Plant Walk and ID for Herbalists (5/25): We'll explore Riverfront Park learning about some of the many medicinal and edible plants there.

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Kirkland, EvergreenHealth 7 Hills of Kirkland (5/29): Please join us for a premier Northwest cycling event that supports Attain Housing’s programs which help homeless families gain stability and self-sufficiency.

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Kirkland, Its all about the Cards - Suit of Swords (6/3): This is the third of six presentations.

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Kirkland, NAMIWalks 2017 (6/3): As NAMIWalks celebrates its 15th anniversary, we invite you to take part in NAMI’s largest and most successful mental health awareness and fundraising event in the country.

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Kirkland, Pediatric Sleep with Julie Kennedy (6/2): This talk is designed for families with children ages newborn to preschool, and seeking guidance in helping their child improve their sleep.

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Lacey, The 2017 Foundation for the Future Breakfast (5/25): The 2017 Foundation for the Future Breakfast takes place on Thursday, May 25, 2017 at 7:00 AM. We're on a mission to help kids who need us most.

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Lakewood, Memorial Day Murph (5/29): Honor Lt. Murphy's sacrifice by performing his favorite workout that he named "Body Armor."

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Lakewood, Memorial Day! Save the Date--Murph WOD (5/29): Please join us in remembering our service members who have died while serving our country.

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Lakewood, The Pirates of Penzance (5/26 - 6/25): Watch "The Pirates of Penzance" on May 26th to June 25th!

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Lakewood, Voice for the Voiceless (5/27): Living Way Church & Forgiven Ministry Car Club Humbly Presentz!!!

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Lakewood, You Matter Movement 5k Walk/ Run (6/4): Come join Jamicka Edwards, Army veteran, motivational speaker and author of “You Matter” as we create a MOVEMENT in the Washington State community of Steilacoom/Lakewood and across the world!

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Langley, The 4th Annual PAWZ by the Sea 5K/10K Run/Walk and Kids Run (5/29): The PAWZ by the Sea 5k Run/Walk, Kids Run and NEW 10K Run/Walk is presented by Animal Hospital takes place on May 29, 2017.

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Leavenworth, Botany Washington 2017 (6/9 - 6/11): We hope you will join us for this weekend of study and enjoyment in the mountains. Botany Washington will provide an opportunity for in-depth study of selected taxonomic groups.

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Leavenworth, Leavenworth Spring Wine Walk (6/3): Stroll, sip and savor at twenty wineries and special tasting rooms in beautiful, downtown Leavenworth.

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Leavenworth, Pints & Poses (5/31): Free Vinyasa class at the Gazebo in downtown Leavenworth on Front Street. Receive a free token, then follow us to Icicle Brewing Company for a pint!

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Liberty Lake, Murph (5/27): To Remember ALL who have Fallen in the Line of Duty... and to pay TRIBUTE to this HERO... each year... WE HONOR MURPH!

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Long Beach, An evening of Celtic and Celtic-inspired Tunes and Songs (5/27): Acclaimed Button Accordionist Johnny Connolly and respected songwriter Casey Neill will bring the best of traditional Celtic music and influences from folk, punk, and Americana.

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Longview, LINK Back To Summer Carnival (5/31): Carnival family fun to get ready for summer with Summer Program information. Various programs will have information on youth Summer programs in Cowlitz County.

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Lopez Island, Manifides Brighter Days Showcase (5/26): Do you love to laugh? Do you love a parade? Do you think it's cool to listen to some of the best musicians ever?

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Lynden, 2017 BC Morgan Horse Show (5/25 - 5/28): Come join us for fun at this AMHA 4 Star and USEF/USDF rated Morgan Horse Show in Lynden, Washington, Memorial Day Weekend 2017.

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Lynnwood, Lynnwoods 2017 State of the City (6/1): Join Mayor Nicola Smith as she delivers her 2017 State of the City. This is free and open to the public. Come learn about what's happening in Lynnwood!

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Lynnwood, Sacred Geometry I - Methods to Enhance Your Space (5/28): By doing this, you will enhance your capacity for manifestation AND raise your individual vibration for greater functionality & protection!

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Maple Valley, Maple Valley Days (6/9 - 6/11): Maple Valley Days features a carnival, entertainment, weekend art fair, parade (Sat. 10 a.m.), and car show (Sat. 8 to 3) at Lake Wilderness Park. Free.

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Maple Valley, Open House for Local Veterans and/or their Families (5/30): This is your chance to learn about your memorial and how you can help to make it a reality.

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Maple Valley, Trivia Tuesday - Drink & Think (5/30): Come out for a fun evening of Trivia and Beer (or wine or cider)!

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Maple Valley, ZepYin (5/27): Join Stephanie on Saturday May 27th from 7 – 8:30pm for anon-heated Vinyasa/Yin practice set to the Classic Rock sounds of Led Zeppelin (complete with Black lites and Laser lite show)

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Marysville, Mini Gardens Galore (5/27): Learn how to create and select plants for your own unique miniature gardens, both for indoors and outdoors.

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Marysville, Tea Party - Attic Secrets Cafe and Tea - Fundraiser (5/25): Have a wonderful evening with friends and family while donating to a great cause - keep our Senior class safe on their graduation night!

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Medical Lake, 4-H Washington State Shooting Sports Championships Air Rifle Air Pistol (6/3): This is event is for those 4-H members who have qualified to go to the Washington State Shooting Sports Championships for Air Rifle or Air Pistol.

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Mill Creek, Memorial Day Parade (5/29): Join the Mill Creek community in honoring those who have died in active service to the United States. The parade starts at 10:30 a.m. down Main Street, ending at City Hall.

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Monroe, Relay for Life (6/3): Relay is a team fundraising event where team members take turns walking around a track or designated path.

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Morton, Paint Night at Centralia College East (5/25): Please join us for our exciting new Paint Night at Centralia College East!

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Mount Vernon, Young Artists Finale Concert (6/3): This grand finale concert is the culmination of a full season of practicing, perfecting, and performing.

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Mountlake Terrace, Ice Fest 2017 (6/1 - 6/4): Seattle Skating Club is hosting their annual Ice Fest Skating Competition at Olympic View Ice Arena in Mountlake Terrace.

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Mukilteo, Wine, Wings & More (6/2): Taste wine, beer, and spirits with food pairings at Wine, Wings & More at the Future of Flight Aviation Center in Mukilteo for age 21+.

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Olalla, Rocket launch and Ice cream (5/30): The boys will be launching model rockets and the parent volunteers will be available for discussion about what the pack does and how we operate.

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Olympia, 12th Annual SPSCC Student Art Exhibition (5/22 - 6/16): South Puget Sound Community College’s art faculty selects outstanding work created by students in studio art classes during the 2015-16 year.

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Olympia, Big Ideas // Tiny Homes: Visit Olympias ADUs and Tiny Houses (6/3): Join O-POP for a self-guided tour of accessory dwelling units (ADUs) and tiny houses in and around Olympia.

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Olympia, Emerald City Music: Back to Bach (5/27): The legacy of Johann Sebastian Bach has shaped the course of Western music time and time again.

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Olympia, Guest Brewer: O-Town Brewing! (6/1): Join us in welcoming O-Töwn Brewing for our June Guest Brewer night! They'll be bringing three of their beers to share with us, along with some shwag to raffle off throughout the night!

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Olympia, Intro to Camping with the Olympia Mountaineers (6/1): Join us on June 1 for Intro to Camping. Camping gear, fire and food, Leave No Trace. This is part of our three-part class for kids and their adults.

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Olympia, Kstylis In Olympia (5/26): Colossal Life Media & WorldClass Entertainment Group along with Boss Clicc

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Olympia, Kut & Light Event (5/24): Come hang out and smoke these innovative and awesome cigars! Rick Ardito from Foundation Cigars and Ed Ryan from PDX Cigars will be here with great cigars and specials and swag!

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Olympia, Oly Rollers vs Chaos Theory (6/3): Join us at our next bout the Oly Rollers vs Chaos Theory Saturday June 3rd at 7pm!

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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, Strawberry Festival at the South Bay Grange (6/10): Annual Festival held in our historic grange. Family friendly community feeling. Food, vendors, entertainment. Free admission. "A Time Honored Tradition!"

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Olympia, Studio West Dance Academy’s All School Spring Showcase 2017 (6/3 - 6/4): Studio West believes stepping on stage is an important journey for each and every student. Our spring recital is an exciting event and a culminating goal for all of our dancers to work towards.

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Olympia, Wonderful Wurlitzer! (5/23): Sharon Stearnes returns to The Washington Center Main Stage for another night of pop tunes, classics and many standards you never knew could be played on the organ!

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Onalaska, 2nd annual Oyster Fest 2017 (6/2): Mark your calendars we just put in our order for this years Oyster Fest. We will be picking up 100 dozen live in shell Willipa Bay oysters.

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Orting, Plein Air Class at Chase Garden with Karen L. Davis (6/3): You will be painting in oils on location in this beautiful setting. Karen will help you get started with choosing your subject, colors and beginning your study.

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Palouse, The 13th Annual Spring Hot Rod Gathering (6/3): Held each year on the Saturday after Memorial Day, our car show caters to Pre-1965 traditional hot rods, kustoms, choppers, and bobbers.

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Pasco, King Lil G (5/27): King Lil G live in Pasco, WA, Presented by Screwed Up Radio & Prestige Motors, at Prestige Motors and then an After-Party at the Grizzly bar.

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Pasco, Save The Old Tower Fly In & Sneak Preview (5/27): Get excited, it's time for a peek behind the scenes of the Save The Old Tower project!

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Port Angeles, 24th annual Juan de Fuca Festival - FOUR Day Pass (5/26): A Festival Pass purchased in advance will save you $15 over the price at the gate once the festival begins.

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Port Orchard, Orange at the Park (5/31): This is an End of the Year BBQ celebrating a great year at Orange! Please bring a potluck item to share and a chair or blanket to sit on! Invite your friends!

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Port Orchard, Relay for Life of South Kitsap (6/2): Relay is a team fundraising event where team members take turns walking around a track or designated path.

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Port Townsend, 16th Fort Worden Childrens Choir Festival Saturday CONCERT (5/27): The gala concert to conclude the 16th Fort Worden Children's Choir Festival! Youth choristers from area choirs performing together with Guest Conductor Elena Sharkova.

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Port Townsend, Propolis Brewing & Artisan Food Festival Block Party!!! (5/27): Join us Saturday, May 27th for a very special party as we take over our block with a celebration of delicious local food, outdoor music & dancing!!!

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Port Townsend, The 3-Day San Juan Islands Birdwatching & Wildlife Cruise (5/22 - 5/24): Join Puget Sound Express for exciting 3 day cruises through the San Juan Islands in Washington State., where the waters are home to minke whales, Steller sea lions, and a dizzying array of seabirds.

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Poulsbo, Black Tie (6/2 - 6/25): Gurney has always been a favorite of Jewel Box audiences. In this offering, the father of the groom desperately (and comically) defends the time-honored ways of his past, including his attire.

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Poulsbo, Kiana Lodge May 2017 Wine Dinner (5/24): We will pair four amazing courses with wines from around the world to create the ultimate dinner experience!

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Puyallup, Dozer Day (6/3 - 6/4): Children can watch and even operate heavy construction equipment on Dozer Day, which also has police cars and fire engines on display at Washington State Fair Events Center in Puyallup.

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Puyallup, Dozer Day Family Event (6/3 - 6/4): The National Utility Contractors Association of Washington is sponsoring a special event called Dozer Day. Kids of all ages get to ride on and run real bulldozers, excavators and other construction e

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Puyallup, NUCA Of WA. Dozer Day 2017 (6/3 - 6/4): Many industry opportunities exist and educating children about safety as well. Once admission is paid the cost of most activities are free.

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Puyallup, RAM PRIDE Flag Football (6/2): Flag Football Summer League for Grades 1-8 at Rogers High School. "Draft Day" Combine (All Players) is Friday June 2 from 6:00-8:30pm

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Puyallup, The Women of Lockerbie (5/26): In these times of terrorism and cultural divisiveness there is a play that eloquently explores fear, terror and humanities reactions to it.

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Reardan, Deep Creek Preserve walking tour with Jack Nisbet (6/3): The 150-acre Deep Creek Preserve is in Reardan, Washington and adjoins the 277-acre Reardan-Audubon Lake Wildlife Area.

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Redmond, Carlene Carter, (6/8): Carlene started her own career in the late 1970s, recording acclaimed country rock albums with the best of the new-wave rock musicians in England, then hit the U.S.

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Redmond, Emmylou Harris, (6/8): The songbird’s contributions to country-rock, the bluegrass revival, folk music, and the Americana movement are widely lauded, and in recent years Emmylou Harris certainly has carved out a sound that

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Redmond, Lily & Madeleine (6/8): Lily and I wrote many of the songs separately and came together to revise/finish them. I hope listeners are able to see our unique personalities through our different lyrical themes.

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Redmond, Unity Basics for Teens at Archimedes School (5/24): This course is designed for teenagers to learn how to create a maze game using Unity (a professional game development tool) with C#.

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Renton, A History of Renton in 75 Objects Exhibit Opening (6/1): If you had to sum up the rich variety of Renton's history in 75 objects - what would you choose? Enjoy unique artifacts and photos from the Museum's collection in this exercise in visualizing Renton h

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Renton, Breath of Aire Benefit Concert (6/9): a benefit concert to support Terrific Tuesday Meals program supporting families, individuals, homeless and families in transition.

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Renton, Indigenous Peoples, Native Plants, and Peatlands (6/1): Join the Snoqualmie Tribe to learn about traditional uses of the native plants commonly found in bogs!

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Renton, Reign Summer 17 Team Event Challenge Murph (5/29): The Team Event will start at 9am after Reign's 7am and 8am normally scheduled classes.

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Renton, Wine Class: Wines of Spain (5/30): Tasting 6+ wines from the key Spanish wine regions and varietals. Class is $25, please call us to reserve your spot today.

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Richland, ACT Volunteer Appreciation Party w/ PlatEs Awards & ACT Diplomas (5/31): Please join us for our annual Volunteer Appreciation Party on May 31st at ACT.

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Richland, Customer Appreciation Day! (6/1): Tumbleweeds Annual Customer Appreciation Day Thursday June 1st from 9am-8pm! Join us for Half Price Tacos, and $2 Crisp Burritos all day. Those are Customer Favorites!

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Richland, Gibran Saad comedy show (5/25 - 5/27): Gibran Gibbs Saad AKA Gibbs The Comegician!

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Richland, Memorial Day MURPH (5/29): On Monday, May 29th we will be paying tribute to those who have fought and died for our freedoms by doing the annual "Murph" wod.

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Richland, Rage at the Stage Battle of the Bands Prelims (5/29): Battle of the Bands is back with the first annual Rage at the Stage! Categories include full band, solo/duo and junior (18 and under).

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Rosalia, The 48th Annual Battle Days (6/3): Held on the first Saturday of June, annually, Steptoe Battle Days in Rosalia will include a parade, vendors, music, family activities, car show, fun run, and more!

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Sammamish, Relay for Life of Eastlake High School (6/10 - 6/11): Relay is a team fundraising event where team members take turns walking around a track or designated path.

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Sammamish, Sammamish Farmers Market (5/31): Join us each Wednesday from 4-8pm to shop for fresh produce, unique handmade items, local goods, glorious flower bouquets and more

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Sammamish, Sammamish Skate Contest (6/2): Divistions for contest: 8 and under, 9-15 , 16 and up , Open/Sponored and Girls.

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Seattle, “The Twentieth Century’s Ninth Symphony”: The Rite of Spring (6/3): Two great Russian composers who chose utterly different creative paths bring the Philharmonic season to a close.

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Seattle, 2017 Pride Foundation Scholarship Celebration (5/31): Do you want to be inspired?

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Seattle, 2017 University of Washington MFA + MDes Thesis Exhibition (6/3 - 6/25): Each year, the Henry presents the University of Washington's School of Art + Art History + Design Master of Fine Arts and Master of Design thesis exhibition.

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Seattle, 7th Grade Show Johnny Squeaky (5/24 - 5/25): This is a silly, lively romp, based on the Puccini opera, Gianni Schicci. The family of dear, departed Uncle Oscar is hoping for a big inheritance.

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Seattle, 8th Grade One Act Festival by Lake Washington Girls Middle School (6/2 - 6/3): Please join the Lake Washington Girls Middle School Class of 2017 for their annual One Act Festival featuring three plays.

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Seattle, A Lot Like Birds (5/26): Emotional. Chaotic. Haunting. Intense...Now entering the grim anti-fairytale of No Place, the latest full- length album from Sacramento’s A Lot Like Birds.

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Seattle, Accio Burlesque: A Burlesque Tribute to Harry Potter (5/25 - 5/27): Sailor St. Claire Presents, in association with Theatre Off Jackson,

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Seattle, Africa After Ebola: A Panel Discussion (5/23): In late 2013, a few isolated cases of a deadly disease in the West-African country of Guinea quickly evolved into a terrifying epidemic threatening thousands of lives.

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Seattle, AIGA Seattle Schmooze: May 2017 (5/31 - 6/9): Have you been stuck inside working hard this month? Well, we at AIGA Seattle think you could use a break.

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Seattle, AIGA Seattle Schmooze: May 2017 (5/25): Have you been stuck inside working hard this month? Well, we at AIGA Seattle think you could use a break.

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Seattle, Albers Executive Speaker Series: Jeff Musser, Expeditors Intl (5/23): On May 23rd, Jeff Musser, CEO of Expeditors International, will speak at Seattle University's Albers School of Business and Economics. The title of the presentation has yet to be announced.

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Seattle, American Standard Time presents: Kuinka (EP release) w/ Ezra Bell + Yurt (6/2): Kuinka's newest EP "Stay Up Late" comes out on June 2nd! Come celebrate the album release at Tractor with special guests Ezra Bell and YURT and pick up your copy of "Stay Up Late".

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Seattle, Amie Siegel: Interiors (5/20 - 9/3): New York-based artist Amie Siegel works between film, photography, performance, and installation.

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Seattle, Among authors, (6/9): A lyrically intriguing and musically emotional indie alt-rock band hailing out of Seattle Washington, Among Authors is fronted by lead singer and keyboardist Ian Ketterer who originally formed the ba

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Seattle, Amy Vachal (5/31): Amy Vachal is a Brooklyn-based singer-songwriter and artist.

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Seattle, An Evening with James Kakalios (5/25): Most of us are clueless when it comes to the physics that makes our modern world so convenient.

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Seattle, Andrew Rayel (6/1): Andrew Rayel is a producer and DJ hailing from Chi?inau, Moldova who was born on July 21st, 1992.

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Seattle, Andy Coe Band (6/1): The Andy Coe Band is a psychedelic rock quartet based in Seattle.

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Seattle, Angelcorpse (6/4): ANGELCORPSE: Black/Death Metal band born on the ashes of Pete Helmkamp’s previous band, Order from Chaos, originally from Kansas City, Missouri.

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Seattle, Anna Wise (5/30): Anna Wise is a Grammy Award winning singer, songwriter, and performer based in Brooklyn, NY.

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Seattle, ARCADE Spring Salon: A Conversation with Bill Buxton (5/23): Bill Buxton is a designer, writer, researcher, and currently holds the position of Principal Researcher at Microsoft.

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Seattle, Ares Kingdom (6/4): Formed in 1996 by Chuck and Mike. A self-titled demo was released by the band in conjunction with Eternal Darkness Creations in 1997. Doug Overbay and Alex Blume joined as bassist and vocalist respect

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Seattle, Arkona (5/23): The beginnings of ARKONA date back to 2002, when members of local pagan community "Vyatichi", Masha "Scream" Arhipova and Alexander "Warlock" Korolyov, decided to form a band that mirrored their indiv

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Seattle, Armed For Apocalypse (5/26): Armed for Apocalypse came from nowhere and nothing. The sludgy four-piece from the small Northern California college town of Chico have worked relentlessly to leave their imprint on metal.

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Seattle, Army of the Universe, (5/29): The new Magic EP + Remixes by Army Of The Universe is a tasteful sampler to anticipate the band's upcoming album (summer 2016).

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Seattle, Artist Walkthrough and Second Reception for Singularity Now (6/1): Following the walkthrough will be the second reception and First Thursday Artwalk until 8pm.

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Seattle, Arum Rae (5/30): On that road, she came face-to-face with addiction, loss, heartbreak, and everything in between.

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Seattle, ASCE COPRI Seattle Chapter Monthly Dinner Meeting (5/24): Located at Naval Station Pearl Harbor, the USS Arizona Memorial hosts nearly 1.8 million visitors each year making it one of the most frequently visited destinations in Hawaii.

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Seattle, Ask an Immigrant Panel Discussion (5/31): Over 17% of Seattle residents were born in a foreign country.

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Seattle, B Boys (6/1): Born in different times from alternate altered states, these B’s convene on the astral plane, channeling the individual experience and wisdom from their respective points of origin into a singular ent

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Seattle, Bag Raiders (6/10): Bag Raiders are an Australian dance pop duo, comprising Jack Glass and Chris Stacey. They were formed in Sydney in 2006.

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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, Bang Data (5/30): Their self-titled single “Bang Data” from their debut album La Sopa was featured on on AMC’s Emmy® Award winning television drama Breaking Bad.

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Seattle, Be Bold NOW: A Day of Unity and Collaboration (6/4): Join Seattle NOW and Women's March on Washington at BE BOLD NOW: A Day of Unity and Collaboration.

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Seattle, Bell Street Pier Classic Rendezvous (6/10 - 6/17): Watch a parade of classic boats enter Bell Harbor Marina, Friday 2 to 4 p.m. Wear soft-soled shoes to tour the boats Saturday and Sunday at Bell Street Pier Classic Rendezvous at Pier 66. Free.

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Seattle, Big D And The Kids Table (6/11): Big D and the Kids Table front man David McWane has said, “There are people who want to be in a band and then there are musicians.”

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Seattle, Big Fish (5/25 - 5/28): Based on Daniel Wallaces 1998 novel, Big Fish: A Novel of Mythic Proportions and the 2003 film, BIG FISH, written by John August and directed by Tim Burton.

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Seattle, Bite of Greece (6/3 - 6/5): For a relaxed alternative to the giant St. Demetrios Greek Festival in October, check out the Greek food, wine, and music at Bite of Greece at Greek Orthodox Church of the Assumption on Capitol Hill.

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Seattle, Board Game Challenge Feat. Lotus (5/27): We give out a participation prizes, but only the winner gets their name on our trophy wall!

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Seattle, Board Game Night at Push/Pull (5/31): Come hang out at Push/Pull and play one of our many tabletop games, or bring your own game and teach some new players!

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Seattle, Bowling with Bowlies for Bands (5/30): Bowling with Bowlies for Bands is a gundraiser to support production and main stage programming costs for White Center Jubilee Days 2017.

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Seattle, Boyz II Men (6/7): Boyz II Men remains one of the most truly iconic R&B groups in music history.

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Seattle, Brews & Bites 2017 (5/23): The 3rd annual Brews & Bites is a fundraiser supporting School's Out Washington and our work improving and advocating for afterschool and summer programs

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Seattle, Brewshed Beer Fest (6/3): The Washington Brewshed Alliance is an outreach initiative of Washington Wild designed to help spread a simple message: protected water makes superior downstream beer.

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Seattle, Brewshed Beer Fest (6/3): A ticket to Brewshed Beer Fest gets you eight tasting tickets, with 18 breweries pouring at Hale’s Ales.

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Seattle, Bridge City Sinners, (5/25): Buckling down in the 2016, the Bridge City Sinners were formed. Buckling down in the 2016, the Bridge City Sinners were formed.

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Seattle, Bumpin Uglies (6/3): Bumpin’ Uglies was formed by lead singer/guitarist/song-writer Brandon Hardesty in 2008, when he set out to create a sound and an approach that was unique and immediately identifiable.

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Seattle, Bush (5/30): The story, which ran in the Oct 29, 2011 issue, hailed the return of mega-platinum rock band BUSH, who had just self-released The Sea of Memories, their first album in 10 years and wasted no time retu

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Seattle, Cam Meekins (5/25): Hailing from Newton, Massachusetts, US, Cam Meekins is a hip-hop artist, bursting onto the scene whilst still in high school, dropping his debut album, “Lamp City,” on Giant Records in 2013.

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Seattle, Cape Disappointment _ Reid Farnsworth at Stone Way Cafe (6/9): Cape Disappointment and Reid Farnsworth live at Stone Way Cafe. Come listen to local, Indie Folk Music from two of Seattle's up-and-coming artists!

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Seattle, Carnival Legend - Bloggers Cruise 10 (5/23 - 5/30): Attention Carnival Cruise Line fans. These deals are for you!

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Seattle, Cedar Teeth, (5/26): Cedar Teeth is a five-piece band hailing from the Cascade foothills of Colton, Oregon. For many years, they have been working together in a shed at the edge of an ancient forest.

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Seattle, Church Tongue (6/11): Genre Hardcore/Emotional/Rock

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Seattle, City Seeing/City Learning: 3 Books, X Cities (5/23): Celebrating three new books produced by CBE faculty focusing on understanding the city in the past year.

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Seattle, Clyde and the Milltailers, (5/25): Clyde and the Milltailers is a Colorado based folk and roots influenced duo that is influenced by early American music.

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Seattle, COLA Lecture Series Part 1 (5/25): COLA is bringing together local dog adoption and behavior experts to help community members form a realistic picture of what goes into dog ownership.

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Seattle, Concert III - Mystic Clarinet - with guest artist Carol Robinson (6/3): For its season finale concert, Seattle Modern Orchestra collaborates with Paris-based clarinetist Carol Robinson in a program centered around Italian composer Giacinto Scelsi.

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Seattle, Conveyer (6/11): Genre Alternative / Hardcore Punk

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Seattle, Cosmos + Cocktails (5/25): This year seems quite r/evolutionary and intense, filled with both immense chaos and creativity.

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Seattle, Cruise Control - Seattle Memorial Weekend Yacht Party (5/28): Please come and join us on May 28th at The Islander Yacht. Looking forward to seeing you there!

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Seattle, Cryptopsy (6/5): Cryptopsy is an extreme metal band from Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

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Seattle, Curiosity Days: AstronoMay (5/27 - 5/29): Get set to get curious about a new topic each month at Curiosity Days. Guests of all ages are invited to explore a different theme each month through hands-on activities and presentations.

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Seattle, Daniel Lanois (6/9): Daniel Lanois is a name that deserves to be mentioned alongside the finest sonic experimenters of the 20th century – and the 21st century too.

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Seattle, Darrius (6/7): The creation of music, or art of any style, will succeed with courage and a great deal of style, so it is without surprise that DARRIUS was vaulted into wide recognition throughout Seattle shortly aft

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Seattle, Dead Bars, (5/26): Punk Band from Seattle, WA

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Seattle, Dead Country Gentlemen (5/28): Hailing from the Mission District of San Francisco, Dead Country Gentlemen combine high gain guitar, thundering drums and haunting organ to deliver heartfelt shows that reflect their unsettling lyrics

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Seattle, Deadly Poets (6/8): Deadly Poets is a very dedicated underground hip hop group from Auburn that has been together for three years.

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Seattle, Deaf Poets, (5/25): Deaf Poets are an American garage/alternative rock duo formed in Miami Beach, FL.

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Seattle, Deathbed Confessions, (5/26): Deathbed Confessions is formed of well seasoned musicians from the local Tacoma, Wa. metal scene.

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Seattle, DEFY3 Swerve City (5/26): DEFY Wrestling Returns to the Historic Washington Hall with the best indie wrestlers on planet earth.

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Seattle, Derek Blake (5/25): For the past 5 years Derek Blake has been captivating audiences in northern Colorado and abroad.

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Seattle, Devils Point Hotel: A Burlesque (6/2): The Devil's Advocates welcome you to the Devil's Point Hotel, a luxury hotel set right in the height of prohibition.

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Seattle, Displaced: Refugee Voices in Conversation (5/24): Refugees are forced to flee their home and country due to violence and persecution, and this history continues to inform their perspective for years to come.

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Seattle, Duende Libre/Sam Boshnack Quintet Double CD Release! (6/1): A celebration of two exciting new releases - duende libre’s self-titled debut album and Sam Boshnack Quintet’s "Nelly Bly Project."

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Seattle, Eastern Souvenirs (6/11): Eastern Souvenirs is the musical endeavor of Seattle-based songwriter and instrumentalist Brian Fisher.

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Seattle, Eric Benét (6/1): “I’m not chasing any current whatevers,” says Benét, a four-time Grammy Award nominee. “It’s about music that gives me goose bumps and touches my soul. That’s always been a good barometer for me.”

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Seattle, Ethnomusicology Visiting Artist Concert: Manimou Camara and Students (5/30): Spring Quarter Visiting Artist Manimou Camara, master drummer Dounia Djembe, performs with his students in this concert of music and dance of Guinea, West Africa.

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Seattle, Evening Farmers Market (5/31): Evening Farmers Market

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Seattle, Exhale - Reggae Party! (6/2): Please come and join us on June 2nd at Re-bar Seattle. Looking forward to seeing you there!

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Seattle, Fair Play Fest 2017 (6/1 - 6/4): "Eve's Dream" by Leonard Goodisman directed by Karen Demasters.

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Seattle, Family Nature Class: Forests Are Fun (5/25 - 5/27): Join us for a Family Nature Class and make connections with the natural world that will last a lifetime!

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Seattle, Famous Fridays: Kanye (Every Friday) (5/26): Please come and join us on May 26th at Neumos. Looking forward to seeing you there!

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Seattle, Ferry Corsten (5/25): USC Events & Foundation Nightclub Present Ferry Corsten as part of his Blueprint Tour!

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Seattle, Festival Sundiata presents Black Arts Fest (6/10 - 6/11): Festival Sundiata celebrates African-American art, entertainment, and culture at Seattle Center

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Seattle, Filipino Graduation 2017 (6/2): Hold in your tears because this event is for the graduating seniors! Filipino Graduation is an event that welcomes FASA members and other Filipino's from the UW to celebrate their graduation.

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Seattle, First Thursday at Pioneer Square (6/1): Join us at First Thursday in Pioneer Square for an awesome evening of art and shopping.

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Seattle, Flights & Rights # 4 (5/23): ACLU + KEXP + Beer! Meet new friends, dive into crucial civil rights issues, take action, and drink awesome, local beer!

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Seattle, Free Introduction to the Feldenkrais Method® (5/31): Come to the Lake City Library for a FREE public talk and demo! Learn about how body awareness can change the way you move and keep you out of pain in everyday life.

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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, Fresh Flavors of SE Asia Vegan Cooking Class (6/2): Please join us for our "Fresh Flavors of SE Asia" cooking class!

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Seattle, General Mojos, (5/26): Both intricate and melodic, General Mojo's presents a fresh take on the burgeoning psychedelic pop sound.

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Seattle, Georgetown Carnival (6/11): Georgetown Carnival features odd art, nonstop music, carnival games, food trucks, and a beer garden. Free.

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Seattle, Ghost Town Whistlers (5/28): Pacific Northwest Band from Seattle looking to use the sounds of the ocean and mountains to please the musical soul.

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Seattle, Ghostblood, (5/26): GHOSTBLOOD is a heavy metal power trio. Forged in the fog of Seattle, GHOSTBLOOD consists of three incredibly handsome ravenous mutant ghosts.

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Seattle, Gilberto Santa Rosa en Seattle (6/2): Gilberto Santa Rosa en Seattle!

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Seattle, Goodbye June (6/11): In 2012, Goodbye June inked a deal with Nashville-based record label Cotton Valley Music, which eventually paved the way for their signing to Interscope Records in early 2016.

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Seattle, Grassroots 101 Workshop // Taller para Aprender a Movilizar (5/23): GRASSROOTS 101: CALLING YOUR LEGISLATOR

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Seattle, Graveshadow (5/23): Graveshadow is a 2016 “Sammie” award-winning (Sacramento News & Review) symphonic metal band from Sacramento, CA.

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Seattle, Gravity: Is It True? (6/3 - 6/4): Join Foster & Frye on June 3rd & 4th at the Slate Theatre as they don proverbial helmets and dive into the wild, poetic world of gravity.

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Seattle, Guys and Dolls 2017 (6/2 - 6/18): TICKETS AVAILABLE AT THE DOOR, NIGHT OF PERFORMANCE!!!

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Seattle, Heart Avail (5/28): In 2015 Mick Barnes joined Heart Avail bringing many years of experience out a chill bass sound and in 2016 the group was completed with Seamus Gleason, one bad ass drummer who rounds out the group wi

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Seattle, Highline Bears Opening Night 2017 (6/2): The Highline Bears will open up their third season on Friday, June 2, against the Northwest Emeralds.

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Seattle, Holly Starr (6/10): It’s a lesson Holly Starr is learning every day and one she’s anxious to share on her fourth studio release, Everything I Need (Artist Garden Entertainment).

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Seattle, HONK! Fest West (6/2 - 6/4): HONK! Fest West is a roving performance in Seattle neighborhoods by marching bands, drum corps, samba lines, and anything acoustic and mobile. Free.

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Seattle, Hot 8 Brass Band (5/30): Transcending genres and trends, Hot 8 have performed and collaborated with a wide range of artists, from Lauryn Hill to Mos Def to the Blind Boys of Alabama, and were nominated for a Grammy in 2013 fo

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Seattle, House Party Fridays Presents Ladies Night (6/2): Ladies' Night has never looked so good. Grab your girlfriends and come to the Manor for $1 glasses of champagne.

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Seattle, I Dig Dinos: Undersea Adventures (w/Dig Pit!) (5/28): Bring your budding paleontologist to the Burke for monthly fossilized fun.

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Seattle, Illenium (6/6): There are melodic bass producers, and then there is Nick Miller. The Denver-based producer known as Illenium has been turning heads in the dance music community over the past year and for good reason.

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Seattle, INNOMINATE by LROD + Artists (5/25 - 5/27): Laura Rodriguez + Artists present their first interactive and immersive evening length production INNOMINATE.

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Seattle, Into The Deeps (6/8 - 6/17): Join DANGERSWITCH!, Seattle's wildest physical theatre ensemble, as they dive deep into the depths of the ocean.

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Seattle, Jah 9 (6/11): Jah9’s debut album - New Name - is her labour of love, a declaration of truth and her testimony of the journey toward self-actualization.

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Seattle, Justin Townes Earle In-Store! (5/30): We're excited to welcome Justin Townes Earle to Easy Street for a special solo acoustic in-store performance! Justin's new album, "Kids In The Street," drops on 5/26! Free and all-ages!

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Seattle, Kasey Chambers (6/8): ‘Dragonfly’ is Kasey Chambers’ 11th album and there is much to be learned even before you hear a note.

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Seattle, Kevin Devine (6/3): Kevin Devine is a singer/songwriter hailing from Brooklyn, New York who was born on December 19th 1979.

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Seattle, Kid Leather, (5/25): Seattle power trio formed in late 2013. Combines post punk, noise, electronic and thrash.

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Seattle, Kids & Race: Changing the Narrative (6/3): Race still matters in America today.

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Seattle, Kino Kimino (6/5): Kino Kimino is a Brooklyn based band

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Seattle, Kirby Krackle, (6/2): KIRBY KRACKLE is a nerd rock band from Seattle, WA.

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Seattle, Knee High Fox (6/4): Knee High Fox is an alternative/rock/electronic band based out of Los Angeles California.

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Seattle, KnowMads (5/28): Born one day apart, Northwest hip hop duo KnowMads began their movement almost a decade ago and have been cultivating one of the most diehard independent followings in the region ever since.

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Seattle, Kung Foo Grip, (5/28): Kung Foo Grip is made up of Eff Is H & Greg Cypher. 2 MC's making fresh coast hip hop that never gets old. Relevant, New/Old skool, & Definitely Dope!

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Seattle, La Petite Morts Anthology of Erotic Esoterica (5/26): Interested in going? On the surface the Anthology is a variety show focusing on the darker side of performance art.

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Seattle, Lanford Black (5/25): Lanford Black is Seattle soul and grit. Blending vintage soul and funk with modern indie rock, LB creates a feeling they call "electric sweat".

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Seattle, LaRissa Vienna and the Strange, (5/28): Despite the soothing rock tones, LaRissa Vienna’s live show is nothing short of energetic. Standing 4 feet 11 inches tall, her fiery energy demands the attention of every soul in the audience.

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Seattle, Learn the Art of Bookbinding (6/3): Gain basic bookbinding knowledge, learn about the tools an everyday bookbinder uses, and make their own book using the long stitch binding method pictured here.

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Seattle, Learn Your Biz- Promoting Your Shows (5/31): Musicians! Join us for an informal happy hour to talk shop about different aspects of the music business. This event will focus on promoting live shows- hometown and on tour.

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Seattle, Lecture: Northern Lights & the Sun (5/30): Dr. Pål Brekke is a Norwegian solar physicist, astrophysicist, and Senior Advisor at the Norwegian Space Centre.

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Seattle, Left Alone (6/11): Left Alone returns in their true form, serving up their strongest and most aggressive record to date.

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Seattle, Legacy Preservation Series 1K (5/27): Want to play some high-stakes Legacy? Come play in our series of 1Ks, with one happening each month alternating between Mox Boarding House and Card Kingdom.

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Seattle, Letters From the Fire, (6/6): “These are our stories our trials and tribulations. This is who we are.”That’s Mike Keller, the guitarist/founder behind the Bay Area rock powerhouse Letters From the Fire, explaining his band’s monik

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Seattle, Lions Law (5/23): Genre Punk Rock / Oi! / Street punk

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Seattle, Listener (6/2): Beginning in 2002 as a solo act the band Listener has evolved over the years into a full fledged rock and roll band, and has toured the world over playing their brand of Talk Music.

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Seattle, Little Tybee (6/6): Little Tybee’s eponymous self titled 4th studio album is by far the group's most ambitious work, and fully crystallizes the Atlanta sextet’s brand of dynamic and multi-layered dream folk.

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Seattle, Los Colognes (5/25): On the third album “The Wave” by Nashville based Los Colognes, they succeed just this - in breaking through the con?nes of everyday pop song lyricism to tell a sort of holistic story.

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Seattle, Low Cut Connie (6/3): Genre Rock and Roll

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Seattle, Lydia (6/1 - 6/24): "LYDIA" LISTENS THROUGH WALLS AT THE MEXICAN BORDER

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Seattle, Madchild (6/8): After many successful years with hip-hop group, Swollen Members, Madchild creatively branched out as a solo artist in 2012 with his debut title track,"Dope Sick."

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Seattle, Magic in your Backyard with Cowichan Elder Della Rice-Sylvester (6/2): Join The Cunning Crow Apothecary in welcoming Della for an evening of medicine stories, herbal wisdom and community ceremony.

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Seattle, Maiden Voyage (5/26 - 6/11): Maiden Voyage calls back to the classic story The Odyssey - with a twist. Or two. Or three.

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Seattle, Manifides Brighter Days Showcase (5/26): All proceeds go to NAMI Seattle and Community Arts Create.

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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, Mashd N Kutcher (5/27): Voted Australia’s #1 DJ Duo, (inthemix50 2015) and having already made waves around the world through their live shows and videos, Mashd N Kutcher are not only carving their place in the dance music s

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Seattle, Matthew Frantz (6/9): Matthew Frantz is a maverick in the music world. Not easily pigeonholed, his music is soulful, honest, gritty, and relevant to what’s going on in the world now.

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Seattle, Max presents Bottoms Rights and Responsibilities - Featuring Allena Gabosch (5/24): How do you meet your Tops needs while being vigilant about caring for yourself and meeting your own needs?

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Seattle, Max presents Enrich: Transforming Average Into Exquisite - Featuring Melissa Mango (6/3): Have you wanted to resensitize your body?

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Seattle, May Meeting - Mushrooms & Bees with Fungi Perfecti (5/23): Save the date for the PSBA May Monthly Meeting.

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Seattle, Mellow Mood (6/11): Italian reggae band Mellow Mood was born in Pordenone in 2005 but officially debuted in 2009 with their first record, entitled “Move!”.

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Seattle, Memorial Day Murph (w/Kickball and Picnic) (5/29): Memorial Day means two things to everyone at Slate. As Seattleites, it means we are more anxious for sunny skies and the start of summer. As CrossFitters we know it means tackling Murph.

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Seattle, Memorial Day Murph work out and Barbecue (5/29): Once again, MKG CrossFit will be hosting the annual Murph workout that is open to all members of MKG.

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Seattle, Mindmaze, (5/23): In a time when female-fronted metal is at an all-time high in popularity but also at an all-time high for copycats and imitators, MindMaze has striven hard to forge their own sound and identity.

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Seattle, Mojo Cannon and the 13th St. Horns (R&B) (6/3): Mojo Cannon(- returns with a new powerhouse lineup!

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Seattle, Morbid Angel, (6/12): Morbid Angel is an American death metal band based in Tampa, Florida which currently consists of Trey Azagthoth, Tim Yeung, David Vincent and Destructhor.

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Seattle, Morning Glory Revival (6/11): Genre Psychedelic Funk'n'Roll

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Seattle, Motor Gun Hotel (5/31): Motor Gun Hotel is a melodic hard rock band from Southern California. Members include; Singer songwriter/ Guitarist Jimmy Craig, along with Travis Dunn (Bass) and Wendy Rose (Drums).

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Seattle, MovieCat Trivia Night (5/31): The best movie trivia night in the city! Join us for this interactive movie trivia night, featuring audio clips, cleverly edited movie clips and of course prizes!!!

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Seattle, Naan Stop (5/26): This mindset has always lived within the members of Na’an Stop. A love for reggae brought the band together at the University of Colorado, Boulder in 2011, but their diverse influences and personaliti

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Seattle, NEW Leadership Lounge Spring 2017 (5/23): Greeting Alumnae and Friends of Alene Moris NEW Leadership,

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Seattle, Next Level Workshop (5/23): The art of collaboration and immersion comes to life in the Next Level Marketing Workshop.

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Seattle, Noraefa (5/25 - 5/27): Noraefa in its translation is made up of two words Nora (of hebrew origins) meaning light. Efa (of latin origins) meaning dark.

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Seattle, Nordo Music: The Love Markets (5/24): Music Night at Nordo's Culinarium featuring The Love Markets - ONE NIGHT ONLY!

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Seattle, Onset Presents: DOM & ROLAND (6/3): Dom grew up in West London and started listening to electronic music in the late 80s.

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Seattle, Opia (6/7): Opia is an indie electronic group consisting of Cole Citrenbaum (vocals/guitar), DJ Stanfill (vocals/keys), and colorthought (producer).

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Seattle, OWEL (5/26): New Jersey-based indie outfit OWEL will release their intimate sophomore full-length, dear me, on November 11, which was co-produced by Sakong and Gates’ vocalist Kevin Dye.

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Seattle, Pagdiriwang (6/3 - 6/4): See Filipino performances and exhibits at Pagdiriwang at Seattle Center Armory and amphitheatre. Free.

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Seattle, Passafire (6/3): On Passafire's fifth studio release, Vines, the Savannah, GA based rock outfit continues to progress towards what they feel is their true identity as a band in the reggae rock genre.

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Seattle, Philip Caputo: ‘Some Rise by Sin’ (5/26): New York Times bestselling and Pulitzer prize-winning author Philip Caputo began his writing career in 1968, when he joined the staff of the Chicago Tribune.

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Seattle, Pickwick (6/10): With a successful year of festival invites and an ever larger string of hometown sell-outs behind them in 2012 the band refocused on recording and have a year later emerged with Can't Talk Medicine.

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Seattle, Pictures at an Exhibition (6/2 - 6/11): LA SOURCE IS BALANCHINE AT HIS MOST ELEGANT—A PERFECT APERITIF. You’ll smell the perfume in this sublime work originally created for Violette Verdy.

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Seattle, Pie Night (6/3): From sweet to savory, pie is a very simple and versatile food. You'll learn a basic ratio for a perfect pie crust, how to choose your filling, and we'll even throw in some hand pies to change the pace

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Seattle, PizzaFest Attack of the Grub Wubz (5/27): AMERICAN HARD HOUSE LEGEND Few artists put as much energy, intensity and insanity into their performance as DJ Venom.

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Seattle, Planned Parenthood Votes 20th Annual Seattle Luncheon (5/31): Join us for the 20th annual Planned Parenthood Votes Northwest and Hawaii Luncheon in Seattle featuring special guest, Jamia Wilson!

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Seattle, Po Brothers, (5/25): Po’ Brothers are a four piece alternative rock band based out of Seattle, Washington.

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Seattle, Poetry Night Out (5/26): Poetry Night Out! is an experience of open mic spoken word poetry inside a yoga studio.

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Seattle, Poor Mans Whiskey (6/9): Emerging from the San Francisco bay area music scene this quintet has developed a sound that is eclectic and engaging.

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Seattle, PoP Some Tops Mercury Ball (6/2): The 5th annual PoP Some Tops will be a Mercury Ball taking place on Friday, June 2, at the historic Rainier Club in downtown Seattle.

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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, Rainier Pajama Party (5/27): Put on your PJs and come out for a party with Rainier Beer!

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Seattle, Ranger and the Re-Arrangers (5/27): Ranger and the “Re-Arrangers” evoke the spirit of a Paris cafe and the raucous energy of a Gypsy campsite with their version of Gypsy jazz.

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Seattle, Ravels Magical Opera (6/1 - 6/3): Ravel’s Magical Opera is anything but child’s play. A sharp-edged, whimsical opera about a naughty child and his toys who come alive to harangue their young tormentor.

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Seattle, Reading with Robert Lashley & Gary Copeland Lilley (5/26): Join us for a reading by two terrific poets, both of which are celebrating new collections!

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Seattle, Revocation (6/12): Genre Death Metal / Thrash Metal / Metal

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Seattle, Rhythms of the Sole (6/3): Northwest Tap Connection presents Rhythms of the Sole

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Seattle, Robin Trower (6/3): Trower retained as his bassist Dewar, who took on lead vocals as well, and recruited drummer Reg Isidore (later replaced by Bill Lordan) to form the Robin Trower Band in 1973.

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Seattle, Rodrigo y Gabriela (5/24): Internationally acclaimed Mexican acoustic rock guitar duo Rodrigo y Gabriela are back on the road again in 2013, bringing their unique instrumental blend of metal, jazz and world music to audiences a

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Seattle, Romy and Michele’s High School Reunion (6/8 - 7/2): Two of the quirkiest and most endearing best friends in pop culture will make their musical theater debut at The 5th Avenue Theatre this spring.

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Seattle, Ron Finley @The Well (6/2): Join Guerrilla Gardener and social activist Ron Finley to explore how a garden can change a community and how changed communities can change the world.

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Seattle, Salsa Showcase & Social Dancing at Folk Life Festival 2017 (5/29): Get ready for a Salsa showcase and social dancing at the 2017 Folklife Festival!

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Seattle, Sanctuary Storytelling Spring Showcase (5/25): Join us on Thursday, May 25th for this special evening showcasing the work of the Sanctuary Art Center storytelling program.

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Seattle, Sashay (5/27): Founded in 2013, Sashay has chartered a unique blend of hardcore, thrash, and punk sounds combined with a heavy dose of aggressively queer, hyper sexual napalm.

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Seattle, School of Rock Performs (6/2): School of Rock is a performance based music program. Students receive 45-min lessons on the instrument of their choice (drums, bass, guitar, keys or vocals).

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Seattle, Season Encore Performance (6/11): The final performance of PNB’s season honors two beloved PNB Principal dancers, Carrie Imler and Batkhurel Bold, both dancing their last performance with PNB.

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Seattle, Seattle Breakfast With Champions (5/23): Additionally, one male and one female Athlete will be presented the Coca-Cola Refreshments Athlete of the Year Award.

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Seattle, Seattle Brews for Maryhill (6/1): Raise a pint for Maryhill during this informal fun(d)raiser in Seattle, hosted by museum board members and friends Bill & Cathy Dickson.

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Seattle, Seattle International Dance Festival (6/4 - 6/25): Seattle International Dance Festival is an explosion of dance and the arts both indoors and outdoors.

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Seattle, Seattle Pet Expo (6/3 - 6/4): Bring your pet (see tips) to Seattle Pet Expo, which offers vendors, vaccinations, entertainment, and adoptions in the events center at CenturyLink Field. Free.

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Seattle, Shoot Jake (5/28): In tiny taverns and at big blues festivals, Ben and Lindsay Johnson have been making music asShoot Jake since 2010.

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Seattle, Silver Circle and Gold Circle Honors (6/2): The Silver and Gold Circle honors media professionals who have made tremendous contributions to the television industry in the Northwest region.

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Seattle, Sir Richard Bishop (5/27): Bishop technically began playing the guitar when he was 11, after his parents bought him a cheap Buck Owens styled red, white and blue guitar.

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Seattle, Sirenia, (5/23): With SIRENIA his intention was to bring it to the next level, a task he succeeded to fulfil. Up to date SIRENIA has released 7 albums, an EP and several singles.

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Seattle, Skills: Herbs & Spices (5/23): From cardamom to star anise, marjoram to chives, learn to enhance the flavor of your food by using herbs and spices

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Seattle, Sneaky Bones (5/24): SNEAKY BONES is the brainchild of American troubadour, Matthew Bean. Currently based in Seattle, Washington, Bean has been traveling North America bringing his powerful and dreamy folk music to the ma

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Seattle, Social Purpose Corporations: What is it and how is it different from Nonprofits and For-Profits? (5/25): This training will help you understand the difference between a social purpose corporation, a nonprofit, and a for-profit corporation.

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Seattle, SoMo (5/31): Selling out shows across the country and achieving multiplatinum success by paving a path of his own, SoMo has quietly emerged as R&B’s most successful underground superstar.

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Seattle, spaceface (6/5): But in a pool of up-and-coming bands that blend together, Spaceface has fused psychedelic rock ‘n roll with pop in a way that makes them – dare it be said – unique.

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Seattle, Spencer Glenn (5/26): SGB is an Indie Soul band out of Seattle, WA. The band combines elements of soul, funk, and indie-rock to make a very eclectic, and smooth sound.

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Seattle, Steve Swenson: Karakoram Book Release (6/1): Please come and join us on June 1st at Vertical World Seattle. Looking forward to seeing you there!

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Seattle, Strange Vine (6/3): Strange Vine's earthy, energetic music is a fusion of blues, psychedelic, and traditional American rock.

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Seattle, Stubborn Son (6/11): Stubborn Son’s 2015 LP release Birthright was recorded to vintage 2” tape with producer Martin Feveyear (Mudhoney, Kings of Leon).

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Seattle, Sueño (5/26 - 6/4): Sueño is Obie Award-winning playwright José Rivera’s translation and adaptation of Calderon de la Barca’s classic Life Is a Dream.

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Seattle, Suffocation, (6/12): For 20 years now SUFFOCATION have been creating music that has become the very standard by which we judge all things extreme.

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Seattle, Sweeney Todd (6/1 - 7/1): Stephen Sondheim’s bloody masterpiece Sweeney Todd tells the tale of an unjustly exiled man who, after returning to the city that cast him out, finds refuge in an abandoned attic barbershop.

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Seattle, Tango Magic festival (6/8 - 6/12): The five-day Tango Magic festival includes classes from beginning to advanced, plus milongas (dances).

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Seattle, Ten Miles Wide, (6/10): Ten Miles Wide is a 4-piece alternative rock band from Seattle with music drenched in haunting melodies and dynamics

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Seattle, Tera Melos (6/6): Tera Melos is a three - piece band from Northern California.

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Seattle, Terp Fuzion (5/29): A journey through flavors and fusions reminiscent of south beach, the florida keys and caribbean.

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Seattle, The 46th Annual Northwest Folklife Festival (5/26 - 5/29): The Northwest Folklife Festival is the place to learn, to dance, to play, to try something new, and to discover arts and cultures that inspire celebration of one another and our big neighborhood.

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Seattle, The American Heroes Airshow - Seattle (6/10): The AMERICAN HEROES Air Show is the nation’s premier, helicopter–only, admission-free aviation event designed to profile aviation’s dynamic role in law enforcement, public safety, media, communicati

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Seattle, The Birthday Massacre (5/29): The band was formed in 1999 and independently produced and recorded their first two albums, Nothing and Nowhere and Violet.

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Seattle, The Black Seeds (6/13): The release of their latest album Dust And Dirt last year marked an exciting new chapter for the band capturing The Black Seeds’ characteristic brand of reggae-funk fusion at its most authentic and fu

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Seattle, The Donkeys (6/8): In all, the Donkeys have crafted in the Midnight Palms mini-album a fine, half-sized document of their singular sound. At once accessible, adventurous, nostalgic, and progressive, it can only be the

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Seattle, The Dustbowl Revival (6/1): The Dustbowl Revival is a Venice, California-based collective that merges old school bluegrass, gospel, pre-war blues and the hot swing of New Orleans to form a spicy roots cocktail.

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Seattle, The Family Crest (5/25): The brainchild of McCormick, The Family Crest was started as a recording project in 2009 with co-founder John Seeterlin (bass).

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Seattle, The Gentlemen Amateurs, (5/24): The Gentlemen Amateurs are a live wire, 6 piece band with onstage energy to spare.

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Seattle, The Great Soul of Russia: Sweet Lika (6/6): Anton Chekhov is known for his famous relationship with actress Olga Knipper, but was she the love of his life? Gavin Reub directs Sweet Lika.

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Seattle, The High Council (6/7): Hailing from the beating heart of the Evergreen State, Seattle, The High Council explores the boundaries of melody and groove.

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Seattle, The Importance of the Active Body Brain Connection (6/1): More is going on when children move their bodies than just staying healthy and getting their wiggles out.

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Seattle, The Kickback (5/30): Produced by Dennis Herring (Modest Mouse, Elvis Costello, WAVVES), the album sees singer-songwriter Billy Yost rending his chest to bare his own dark heart while grappling with intense personal trauma

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Seattle, The Legend of Georgia McBride (6/9 - 7/2): A music-filled comedy about finding your true voice in an unexpected place.

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Seattle, The Love Markets (5/24): THE LOVE MARKETS make songs for a world in which we are all on the market, looking for love against a backdrop of loss, greed, and political corruption.

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Seattle, The Loveless Building, (6/2): The Loveless Building’s addictive sound is a tuneful mix of alternative indie rock and seductive power pop, rooted in refined post-grunge rock saturated with vintage tube amp guitar tones.

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Seattle, The Mountain Goats (6/5): After a while the songs became more like songs than poems set to music, and John started playing them for his friend Rachel, who as it turned out, played bass.

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Seattle, The Pantry Cooking Class: The Great British Bake-off (5/31): In this class Scottish pastry chef Gill Dey will help you perfect your British accent while sharing some of her favorite recipes from back home.

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Seattle, The Requisite (6/9): Genre Stealth Rock // Sub-Rock-Indie-Psycho-Pop

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Seattle, The Roosevelts (5/24): The Roosevelts are a “live” band if there ever was one.

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Seattle, The Secret Sisters (6/2): For The Secret Sisters, there was a point after the release of their last record when they could have chosen to do neither – instead, sinking to the bottom as the weight of the world washed away their

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Seattle, The Warlocks (5/23): After forming in America during 1999, the ever-changing personnel of The Warlocks meant that the band had already featured nineteen different members before it was slimmed to the seven-piece outfit th

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Seattle, Thezim & Arock (6/11): "Zim’s often catchy yet meaningful lyrics, combined with bouncy guitar licks and an occasional blast from his harmonica, offer the audience an energetic set.

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Seattle, Twisted Insane (6/9): Outside of little bits of information picked from the internet, not much is known about Twisted Insane other than the fact that he has one of the hardest, fastest flows in the history of hip-hop.

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Seattle, Unite One (5/26): Unite-One is a 7-piece Seattle band seeking to inspire social change through the communication of conscious music.

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Seattle, Unohu (5/24): Genre Alternative Rock

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Seattle, Urban Forest Symposium (5/23): PlantAmnesty and UW Botanic Gardens partner to deliver the Urban Forest Symposium each spring.

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Seattle, Wanda Jackson, (6/3): Wanda Lavonne Jackson is an American singer, songwriter, pianist and guitarist who had success in the mid-1950s and 1960s as one of the first popular female rockabilly singers and a pioneering rock-an

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Seattle, Weatherside Whiskey Band, (6/9): Weatherside Whiskey Band’s four piece alt-country and bluegrass ensemble has been resonating with Pacific Northwest crowds, and has stormed the scene with its seven-track EP, “Pickin’ the Pines”.

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Seattle, WEEED (6/13): WEEED features a quartet of best friends jammin’ on double drum sets, electric bass, guitar, flute, vocal harmony and ambient live looping.

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Seattle, Whim WHim presents Approaching Ecstasy (6/2 - 6/10): Don't miss the anxiously-awaited return of the critically-acclaimed production, Approaching Ecstasy.

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Seattle, Whores. (6/1): Atlanta's "new kings of noise rock" Whores have hit the proverbial big time.

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Seattle, WillDaBeast (6/12): In 2014, Willdabeast joined up with Michal Menert (Super Best Records, PLM) on trumpet to help create and arrange the Michal Menert Big Band. Willdabeast is currently touring in Michal Menert & The Pr

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Seattle, Withered, (6/12): Tortured blackened doom/death metallers from Atlanta, Ga. established in 2003 to focus on masochistic introspection while traversing many sub-genres of extreme metal. Their 4th studio album is due fal

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Seattle, Woods (5/26): The foundations of Brooklyn’s Woods lie in the small rear-house apartment bedroom of Jeremy Earl, who took to recording his eerily somber acoustic songs in 2005 as little more than a humble personal o

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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, Yngwie Malmsteen (5/25): Yngwie Malmsteen is one of rock's premiere virtuoso guitarists.

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Seattle, YNPN Seattle Speed Networking (5/31): Join YNPN Seattle for our first ever Speed-Networking event! Speed networking is a great way to meet lots of people who share your interest in nonprofits and practice your own elevator pitch in the pr

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Seattle, Youngstown Poppin Movie Mixer (6/9): Youngstown Poppin' Movie Mixer is a new community endeavor with a focus on building relationship between movie-loving neighbors in Delridge and beyond.

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Shelton, Annas Bay Chorale 10th Anniversary Gala (5/25): Annas Bay Chorale is celebrating 10 years of great choral performances in Mason County!

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Shoreline, Choir of the Sound (COTS) 2017 Pops Show (6/3 - 6/4): Choir of the Sound showcases hits from the past forty years of Tony Award-winning musicals in a star-studded show featuring songs from Annie, Hairspray, Jersey Boys, Kinky Boots, and more!

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Shoreline, duende Libre CD Release Party (5/27): This is a CD release Party & Show for an incredible musical entourage of Alex Chadsey, Farko Dosumov and Jeff Busch. Join us for an amazing evening of music.

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Shoreline, Habitat Plant Sale (6/9 - 6/11): Get started on your own backyard wildlife habitat project! Find the right native or exotic plants to attract frogs, birds, bees, butterflies, hummingbirds, mammals, and insects.

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Shoreline, Ricardo & Friends at Gina Salas Shanti Shala (5/26): This special house concert features singer songwriter Richard 'Ricardo' Russell singer songwriter-, Hawaiian slide and slack key guitarist based mainly in Hawaii (Hoku award nominee), and friends!

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Silverdale, Memorial Day Murph (5/29): Hey CF7C family! Are you ready for Memorial Day Murph? We hope you are!

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Snohomish, 2017 Snohomish Farmers Market (5/4 - 9/28): The Snohomish Farmers Market features local artisans & crafters ranging from metal & wood to glass & reclaimed furniture, Jewelry, soap, paintings & more!

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Snohomish, Special Consensus (6/11): THE SPECIAL CONSENSUS is a four person acoustic bluegrass band that began performing in the Midwest in the spring of 1975.

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Snoqualmie, Edison & Maxwell Hughes (formerly of the lumineers) Live at The Black Dog (5/25): Edison's liltingly melodic, emotionally resonant songs are filled with vivid storytelling, playful harmonies, and irresistible hooks.

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Snoqualmie, Memorial Day Weekend train rides (5/27 - 5/29): Train rides for 3 days on Memorial Day Weekend

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Spokane, 2017 Rivers Wish: Guided Tours (6/10): Thank you for your interest in touring our sanctuary! A donation of $10 per adult and $5 for children over 12 will go directly to the animals via hay, medication, farrier visits and other expenses.

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Spokane, A Lot Like Birds (5/25): Monumental Shows presents

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Spokane, Alex Forbes and Caviar Gold Present: Screaming Black Curse Tour 2017 (5/23): Please come and join us on May 23rd at Checkerboard Bar. Looking forward to seeing you there!

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Spokane, Arabian Horse Extravanaza (5/27): Saturday May 27 6-10 p.m. Live Music: One Street Over Art & Hors D'Oeuvres Take a photo with a beautiful horse

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Spokane, Armed For Apocalypse in Spokane, WA (5/29): Armed for Apocalypse / Deathbed Confessions / Age of Nefilim (Official) / At Home In Hell

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Spokane, Crush Hunger 2017 (5/25): Join Northwest Harvest for our 4th annual Crush Hunger event!

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Spokane, Cryptic Wisdom (5/24): He utilizes the power and influence of emotion in music to tell stories and teach life lessons. He believes in being yourself and not caring about what other people think.

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Spokane, CYT presents Lion King Jr (5/26 - 6/4): RAFIKI gathers the ANIMALS of the Pridelands to welcome the newborn cub of King MUFASA and Queen SARABI.

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Spokane, Empire Game W/Love 11 (5/26): The Love 11 Foundation is excited to be the Spokane Empire Community partner for 2017 and join them at the Spokane Veterans Memorial Arena against the Colorado Crush.

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Spokane, Head Heart and Hands: Moving Forward Together-PJALS Luncheon (5/31): You are invited to attend our 2017 Spring PJALS Luncheon – Head Heart & Hands: Moving Forward Together. There’s no cost to attend – you will have the opportunity to give at the luncheon!

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Spokane, How to Write a Novel (5/27): Have you ever wanted to write a book but didn't know where to start? Four West Coast, award-winning, bestselling authors welcome you to Auntie's Bookstore to talk about the process of writing a book.

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Spokane, Humanities Washingtons Think & Drink: Exploring Human Migration (5/30): Humanities Washington's Think & Drink: Exploring Human Migration

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Spokane, Jurassic Tour feat Megalodon & Midnight Tyrannosaurus (6/2 - 6/18): With millions of Soundcloud & YouTube plays, not to mention a string of Beatport Number 1s, Megalodon is no stranger to the dubstep scene.

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Spokane, Life _ Stories (6/10 - 9/10): Artists Ric Gendron and Melissa S. Cole have very different styles but are each influenced by cultures in which storytelling is an integral part of everyday life: Gendron, Native American; Cole, Asia

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Spokane, Lip Sync Throwdown (6/9): Join the ranks of Milli Vanilli, Ashley Simpson, Jimmy Fallon and countless of other people who can't sing but look awesome pretending to.

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Spokane, SB&M May Meeting Presented By Montucky Cold Snacks (5/25): Join us for our May meeting back at The Brown Derby in the Garland district!

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Spokane, Share the Love (6/2): Join us at Bellwether Brewing and discover how we Share the Love with youth who are homeless!

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Spokane, Sketching in Spokanes Historic Brownes Addition Neighborhood (6/3): This course takes place outdoors in Spokane's historic Browne's Addition neighborhood on Saturday of the Museum’s ArtFest weekend.

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Spokane, The Accused A.D / Cold Blooded / Scatterbox (5/27): The accused AD - The Premier ACCUSED tribute band featuring Blaine and Alex from The ACCUSED. Playing The Album More Fun Than An Open Casket Funeral in its entirety!

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Spokane, The Accused A.D / Cold Blooded / Scatterbox (5/27): The accused AD - The Premier ACCUSED tribute band featuring Blaine and Alex from The ACCUSED. Playing The Album More Fun Than An Open Casket Funeral in its entirety!

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Spokane, Tossed & Founds 7th Annual Spring Barn Sale & Outdoor Market (5/27): We open our huge storage Barn to the public and fill our parking lot with Antiques Vintage & Re-purposes items and Great guest vendors

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Stanwood, 2 year anniversary (5/29): We are excited to celebrate our 2 year anniversary with all of you!

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Suquamish, Mountain Meadow Paints & Pints Night (5/24): Join Rimbert Illustration in a group led painting extravaganza. Learn painting techniques while you enjoy locally crafted beer and leave with an original masterpiece!

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Tacoma, Accounting Recognition Night (6/2): Accounting Recognition Night (ARN) is a year end celebration for ALL accounting students to celebrate their achievements and hard work.

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Tacoma, Building Hope: A Dance Benefit for Victims of Sexual Violence (6/4): A dance benefit show for Rebuilding Hope Sexual Assault Center for Pierce County.

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Tacoma, Create Sacred Space with Sacred Geometry Level 1 (5/27): Creating a sacred space has become increasingly important, as the desire to have a safe space to work and play is part of the New Paradigm energy.

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Tacoma, Defiant Requiem: Verdi at Terezín (6/3): Defiant Requiem: Verdi at Terezín combines the magnificent music of Verdi with video testimonials and narration, to tell the story of the courageous Jewish prisoners in the Concentration Camp.

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Tacoma, E9 Beer Pairing Dinner (6/2): Shane and Don work very hard to make exceptionally delicious beer so we are going to match their beers with exceptionally amazing food!

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Tacoma, Family Night at the Tacoma Rainiers (5/26): Come join your friends, family, and staff of the Tacoma Public Schools for a night of family fun and entertainment at Cheney Stadium. PROMO CODE: TPSNIGHT

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Tacoma, House Concert: Brazilian Violin Trio (5/26): Brazilian Violin Trio joins three of the most innovative instrumentalists on the contemporary Brazilian musical scene.

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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, Joan Osborne: The Songs of Bob Dylan (6/3): Joan Osborne has rightfully earned a reputation as one of the great voices of her generation — both a commanding, passionate performer and a frank, emotionally evocative songwriter.

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Tacoma, Kickoff to Glory (5/25): The National Football League Hall of Fame, located in Canton, Ohio, is touring a 6,000 square foot exhibit called Gridiron Glory: The Best of the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

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Tacoma, Laugh Riot (5/27): Crown the Kings & WayTooLoud Present

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