Upcoming Events

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May

Sunbanks Blues Festival

It’s the best way to end the summer. At Sunbanks Resort September Blues Festival. 4 nights sitting by the fire, dancing by the stage or relaxin on the lush green grass. Camp or stay in cabin or villa. Address: Sunbanks Resort Phone: 888-628-8989 Email: Website: SunbanksFestival.com

Seattle International Film Festival

Experience 25 Days of intense film viewing, where you can indulge in every type of cinema from the US & around the globe. Address: McCaw Hall, 321 Mercer Street, Seattle Center Phone: 206-633-7151 Email: Website: SIFF.net

Northwest Folklife Festival

Since 1972, Northwest Folklife has been helping Puget Sound residents share the music, dance and traditional arts of their ethnic and cultural communities. Address: Seattle Center Phone: 206-684-7300 Email: Website: NWFolklife.org

Village Art in the Park

Come and enjoy the longest running juried outdoor art show in the Pacific Northwest, it provides scholarships using a venue that also supports working amateur and professional artists. Address: Front Street Park Phone: 509-548-5809 Email: Website: VillageArtInThePark.org

Gorge Amphitheatre at George

The Gorge Amphitheatre is a 20,000 seat concert venue located above the Columbia River gorge in George, Washington. It has been voted the best major outdoor concert venue in North America. Address: 754 Silica Road NW Quincy Wa 98848 Website: LiveNation.com

Koloa Plantation Days

A celebration of Hawaii's sugar industry and rich heritage right where it started in the quaint little village of Koloa. But its actually a pretty big festival. Address: Koloa, HI USA Email: Website: KoloaPlantationDays.com

Kauai Polynesian Festival

Tahitian, Maoir, samoan and Hawaiian Entertainment, arts and crafts, solo and group dance competitions, food booths all day. Attendance fees vary. Contact Person: Kapu Kinimaka-Alquiza Address: soccer field next to Vidinha Stadium on Kapule Highway (Lihu`e). Phone: (808) 335-6466 Website: KauaiPolynesianFestival.org

Seattle Beer Week

Seattle Beer Week is a week long celebration of Seattle's rich brewing history and culture, full of events. Website: SeattleBeerWeek.com

Photo Tours at Northwest Trek

Load your cameras, grab your equipment, bring extra film, and climb on board a Northwest Trek tram for a free-roaming area photo tour. Moose, mountain goats, bighorn sheep, and more. Address: 11610 Trek Drive East, Eatonville, WA 98328 Phone: 360-832-6117 Website: NWTrek.org

Ride to Rendezvous

10th annual Ride to Rendezvous. Vehicles at the rodeo grounds. Address: Methow Valley Rodeo Grounds, Brengman Rd, Winthrop, WA 98862 Website: Woga.org

Sasquatch Music Festival

Sasquatch Returns! Price: $350 Address: The Gorge Amphitheatre 754 Silica Road NW, George, WA 98824 Email: Website: SasquatchFestival.com

June

One World Music Festival

Martin Lund's jazz-based musical variety show brings together Orcas Island's best musicians and top-notch talent from beyond. Address: Orcas Center, Orcas Island Phone: 360-376-2281 Email: Website: OrcasCenter.org

Seafair

Seattle's all-city premier event. Activities happen over six weeks and everyone is invited. From parades to hydroplane races. Address: Seattle, WA Website: SeaFair.com

Seattle International Film Festival

Experience 25 Days of intense film viewing, where you can indulge in every type of cinema from the US & around the globe. Address: McCaw Hall, 321 Mercer Street, Seattle Center Phone: 206-633-7151 Email: Website: SIFF.net

Gorge Amphitheatre at George

The Gorge Amphitheatre is a 20,000 seat concert venue located above the Columbia River gorge in George, Washington. It has been voted the best major outdoor concert venue in North America. Address: 754 Silica Road NW Quincy Wa 98848 Website: LiveNation.com

Village Art in the Park

Come and enjoy the longest running juried outdoor art show in the Pacific Northwest, it provides scholarships using a venue that also supports working amateur and professional artists. Address: Front Street Park Phone: 509-548-5809 Email: Website: VillageArtInThePark.org

Greenway Days

100-mile festival celebrating Washington's historical treasures. Address: Snoqualmie, WA Website: http://www.mtsgreenway.org/greenwaydays

Dates: June 28th & 29th, 2008

Fall City Days

Come join us at the Art Park for a variety of art performances. Contact Person: Jill Rockwell Phone: (425) 222-0070 Website: FallCityArts.org

Photo Tours at Northwest Trek

Load your cameras, grab your equipment, bring extra film, and climb on board a Northwest Trek tram for a free-roaming area photo tour. Moose, mountain goats, bighorn sheep, and more. Address: 11610 Trek Drive East, Eatonville, WA 98328 Phone: 360-832-6117 Website: NWTrek.org

Winthrop Wine Festival

Come spend a Saturday afternoon in June sipping Washington’s own wines, in a park by the Methow River, while listening to the mellow music of Lynnette Westendorf. Contact Person: Winthrop Chamber of Commerce Address: Winthrop Park, Wild West Winthrop, WA 98862 Phone: 888-463-8469 Email: Website: winthropwine.com

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