Take a guided walk or two on Capitol Hill and in the Central District on Sunday as part of the annual Jane’s Walk day organized by Feet First. “Jane’s Walk is a movement of free, locally led walking tours. The walks get people to explore their cities, connect with neighbors, and learn new information about their communities.”
You can meet the trees during the Volunteer Park Tree Walk (10am -12pm ), tour central Seattle‘s hidden gardens (2 -3:30pm) or Explore the Central District (3 – 5pm)
You’ve heard of TED talks. Now, there’s JAKE talks. “Inspired by TED Talks, JAKE aims to create a platform for diverse voices in the LGBT community and to spotlight the voices of a wide variety of speakers and thought-leaders. JAKE’s mission is to empower and celebrate our community through dialogue & culture.” JAKE takes place on Saturday at Gay City Health 10am – 3pm and features speakers sharing inspiring talks from a variety of topics of interest to gay men.
Here is an edition of Star Wars we bet even the most dedicated fans have not yet seen: Navajo Star Wars, in which seventy voice actors speaking 5 Navajo dialects enact Star Wars: A New Hope, in the first major theatrical movie to be dubbed into a Native language. Navajo Star Wars screens at Northwest Film Forum on Friday (11pm) and Saturday (8pm and 11pm).
Get free scoops for kids as Molly Moon’s ice cream window opens for business at 19th Ave E’s Hello Robin cookie shop.
Wear a fancy hat and drink mint juleps at Bottleneck Lounge’s 7th Annual Kentucky Derby Party on Sunday.
Margarita mile: run in the Fiesta 5K on Saturday or skip the run and just show up for the taco trucks and the 2pm music set by TacoCaT at Volunteer Park on Saturday.
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