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Local Community Events!

Check out our curated list of events happening on the Eastside and around the Seattle area.

JUNE 2019

  • Saving Great Animals Fourth Annual Bark Benefit! – “Our 4th annual event is such a good time! Food, wine, laughter, and dogs! It’s our most important event of the year to keep our doors open in saving thousands of dogs from abandonment, abuse, high-kill shelters and more. The theme this year is One Wish; to be given a second chance, to be safe, to be loved, to be noticed and not forgotten. We have already rescued and lovingly homed more than 8000!”
    • Sat June 1, 6–11 pm
    • Meydenbauer Center (11100 NE Sixth St, Bellevue, WA 98004)
    • $119+
  • Oxbow Saturdays – “Explore our farm and garden areas, shop for seasonal vegetables at our certified organic farm stand, bring a picnic, take a self-guided nature walk, and more!” “Oxbow Farm & Conservation Center is a nonprofit organization dedicated to building a healthy food system, caring for the land, and educating people about farming and nature. Your support helps us continue to keep our doors open to the community and work toward our mission.”
    • second Saturday of each month (06/08)
    • Recommended donation of $20 per family or $5 per person
  • Lake to Lake Bike Ride – “Enjoy a non-competitive, recreational ride for the whole family.”
    • June 8 – 9:30-12:30 a.m.
    • Robinswood Community Park (14915 SE 22nd Street , Bellevue 98007)
    • $15-20
  • Summertime Sanctuary Tour – “Roam the grounds of the 85-acre sanctuary to see dogs, cats, pigs, goats, sheep, donkeys, llamas, alpacas, ducks, chickens, and other rescue animals.”
    • Sat June 8, 12–2:30 pm
    • Pasado’s Safe Haven (Monroe, WA 98272)
    • $25
  • Evergreen Mountain Bike Festival – “an annual celebration of King County’s premier mountain bike trail system, Duthie Hill Park. You will have the opportunity to ride all the latest bikes from the biggest and best brands, visit with bike product manufacturers and ride all the trails.”
    • Sat June 8, 9 am–5 pm & Sun June 9, 10 am–3 pm
    • Duthie Hill Park (26150 SE Issaquah-Fall City Rd, Issaquah, WA 98029)
    • $20-40
  • Wine & Workshop: Wirework Jewelry with Julia Lowther – “In this hands-on workshop, create your own wirework jewelry piece with local jeweler Julia Lowther and be inspired by the incredible work in BAM’s exhibition Ron Ho: A Jeweler’s Tale. Ages 21+ are welcome. The workshop includes a private tour, small bites, and refreshments. Presented in partnership with Northwest Designer Craftsmen.”
    • Fri June 21, 6–9 pm
    • Bellevue Arts Museum (510 Bellevue Way NE, Bellevue, WA 98004)
    • $40-45
  • Bicycle Sunday – “Seattle Parks and Recreation invites everyone in the community to bike, jog or stroll along the boulevard between the Seward Park entrance and Mount Baker Park’s beach during these times.”
    • June 16, 23 – A portion of Lake Washington Boulevard will be closed to motorized vehicles from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
    • $free
  • Head for the Cure 5K Seattle – “Proceeds from this 5K benefit University of Washington Medicine’s Department of Neurology and the Brain Tumor Trials Collaborative.”
    • Sat June 29, 8–11 am
    • Marymoor Park (6046 West Lake Sammamish Parkway NE, Redmond, WA)
    • $30-60
  • Japan Fair – “Hear music, take workshops, learn about culture, and buy goods from Japan at this arts and culture fest.”
    • June 29–30, 10 am
    • Meydenbauer Center (11100 NE Sixth St, Bellevue, WA 98004)
    • $free