From our Equity Team, here’s a list of community events that are going all summer long.
1. Lake City Farmers' Market performances and activities. Thursdays from 3:00pm–7:00pm by Lake City Community Center. Free.
2. World Dance Party. June 28 from 6:00pm–9:00pm at Lake City Community Center. Free.
3. Dragonfest. June 29 in the ID. Free. https://cidbia.org/events/dragonfest/
4. Seattle Center Festál. Spirit of Africa, June 29; Polish Festival, July 13; Seattle Arab Festival, Aug 10; BrasilFest, Aug 18; Tibet Fest, Aug 24; Live Aloha Hawaiian Cultural Festival, Sep 8. Free. http://www.seattlecenter.com/events/event-calendar
5. Seattle Pride Parade. June 30, downtown. Free. https://www.seattlepride.org/parade/
6. Folk & Traditional Arts Program at Washington State Parks. July and August. Free. https://parks.state.wa.us/982/Folk-and-Traditional-Arts
7. Seattle Japanese Garden free and reduced admission events. Tanabata Star Festival, July 6; Butoh Performance, Aug 1; Kendama Workshop, Aug 10; Respect For Elders Day, Sep 7. https://www.seattlejapanesegarden.org/events-calendar
8. World Dancing in the Park. July 8–August 26 at 6:30pm at Albert Davis Park. Free.
9. Islandwood Tours, Nature Hike. July 14. Free/$5. https://islandwood.org/events/2019-07/
10. Bon Odori in Seattle. July 20–21 at Seattle Betsuin Buddhist Temple. Free. https://seattlebetsuin.com/bon-odori-festival/
11. Umoja Fest. Aug 2–4 at Judkins Park. Free. http://umojafestnw.com/
12. Yəhaw Exhibition. Through August 3 at King Street Station. Free. https://yehawshow.com/
13. Eighth Generation: How a Seattle Company is Defining the Native American Dream. August 13 from 7:00pm–9:00pm at MOHAI. $5/$10. https://mohai.org/event/eighth-generation-how-a-seattle-company-is-defining-the-native-american-dream/
14. Cauleen Smith: Give It or Leave It. Through Sep 1 at Frye Art Museum. Free. https://fryemuseum.org/exhibition/7071/
15. Plus free events at Seattle and King County libraries! https://www.spl.org/ and https://kcls.org/