Symphony for Climate Change at Daybreak Star

 

On Saturday, August 17th a unique outdoor family friendly arts event will be held at the Daybreak Star Indian Cultural Center in Discovery Park. The event will run from 4 pm to 7 pm.

The event includes “Symphony for Climate Change” which is a multimedia symphony created by Seattle composer and conductor Christophe Chagnard, “Earthquake” by Khambatta Dance Company, and family activities.

For details about the event see this link. For details about Daybreak Star see my preview here. I believe this will be held in the same location as the Seafair Powwow, which is in a field on the north side of the Center.

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Summer Activities at City Hall Park

Are you a downtown denizen? Or do you need to trek to downtown Seattle for business or pleasure this summer? If so, you might want to stop by City Hall Park at 450 3rd Avenue to participate in various summer weekday activities through August.

Games available weekdays from 10 am to 6 pm.

Food trucks weekdays from 11 am to 2 pm.

Buskers weekdays 12 pm to 6 pm.

Live music concerts on Tuesdays from 12 pm to 1 pm.

Painting in the Park on Thursdays from 4 pm to 6 pm. (Paint on a small canvas for free and take your masterpiece home with you.)

Chess tournaments on Fridays at 12 pm.

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Arts in Nature Festival

Celebrate the arts! The 20th annual Arts in Nature Festival will be held at Camp Long in West Seattle on Saturday, June 29th and Sunday, June 30th from 11 am until 8 pm.

The free festival includes film, performance arts (music, dance, poetry, comedy), interactive art, and creative-based nature activities. There will also be food trucks, a beer garden, and booths selling merchandise.

For full details and the events schedule visit the festival’s website here. Information about Camp Long is on this Seattle Parks & Rec page.

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Floating Choirs

Do you like Christmas music, boats, and parks? You might want to check this out.

Argosy is taking their festively lit boats all over the area with choirs on board to carol for spectators on shore. Several of the stops will be at Seattle parks and the events are free. See this Parkways post for the schedule. The boats will also make stops at places other than city parks and in other cities like Tacoma, Des Moines, Kirkland, and Edmonds. If you’d like to see the entire schedule go to this Argosy webpage.