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Reminders: Melrose Market Street Festival, Party in the Park

Here's a scene from Saturday night's annual Bike-In movie in Cal Anderson -- that only went off a *little* later than planned. More images from the weekend's fun soon (Image: Kevin Barrett for CHS)

Here’s a scene from Saturday night’s annual Bike-In movie in Cal Anderson — that only went off a *little* later than planned. More images from the weekend’s fun soon (Image: Kevin Barrett for CHS)

It’s been a busy weekend on the Hill from Bike-Ins to Linda’s Fest to sustainability walks to a Japanese creature feature in Volunteer Park. Good times continue Sunday:

  • Melrose Market Street Festival runs 11-4 on Melrose between Pine and Pike:

    Melrose Market 2nd Annual Street Festival

    When: Sunday, August 25th, 2013
    11:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
    Where: Block of Melrose Ave between Pike and Pike streets
    What: Food, music, and fun times to celebrate the Melrose Market and neighbors. No admission fee, family friendly, daytime event.
    We are proud to announce the second annual Melrose Market Street Festival for 2013 scheduled on Sunday, August 25th, 11:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
    Join us for an afternoon of family-friendly fun, food, and music to celebrate the thriving businesses of Melrose Market and our neighbors. A variety of delicious plates will be served outdoors by restaurants Sitka & Spruce, Terra Plata, and Mamnoon, as well as oysters from Taylor Shellfish, sausage from Rainshadow Meats, cheese delights from The Calf & Kid, and sandwich goodness available at Homegrown.
    This year’s beer garden benefits local youth heroes Teen Feed, serving up beer from the generous folks at Hilliard’s. Non-alcoholic beverages will be available along with wine and cocktails indoors at Bar Ferdinand. Be sure to visit the shops in the Melrose Market, including flowers and gifts from Marigold & Mint and everything awesome from Butter Home.
    Music performed by up-and-coming local bands The Sebastians of Bremen, No Touching, Lonely Mountain Lovers, and Nu Klezmer Army.
  • Seattle Teen Music’s Party in the Park features a day of free shows from some of Seattle’s best “under-21” bands. Noon to 6 in Volunteer Park.

More things to do can be found on the latest CHS On the List.

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