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Join a panel of professional nerds! Learn how Jenny Windom, Kelly Knox, Eric Jones and Annika Rundberg Bunney turned their passion for pop culture into careers. This online event is for ages 13 and up. Please pre-register here. Read more...

Farm Tots – Mary Olson Farm

Bring your 3-5 year olds to the Mary Olson Farm to learn about nature, history, and farm life while practicing skills like counting, matching, and sharing. Every week we will explore a different theme and have fun with activities including story time, animal... Read more...

POSTPONED – Congressional Art Competition Exhibition

DUE TO UNFORESEEN CIRCUMSNTANCES, THIS EVENT WILL NOT BE OCCURRING ON THE EVENING OF MAY 5. WHEN CONGRESSMAN SMITH’S OFFICE ANNOUNCES A NEW DATE, WE WILL POST IT ON THE SOCOCULTURE CALENDAR. Congressman Adam Smith’s office is hosting an art exhibition to... Read more...

Burien Art Walk – Burlesque

The Burien Art Walk is from 4-8pm at participating businesses hosting local artists, musicians and crafters and new in May will be the start of the night market happening at the Highline Historical Museum parking lot located at 819 SW 152nd Street, Burien. Burlesque... Read more...

Renton Multicultural Festival

Renton’s annual Multicultural Festival is a celebration of our city’s diverse culture. In 2022 we celebrate not only the sixth annual festival, but also a return to an in-person event. The festival opens on Friday, May 6, at Renton Civic Theatre at 6 PM.... Read more...

Kelly Lyles Artist Reception

There will be a reception for artist Kelly Lyles, whose exhibit of paintings on the theme of “Queens” is now on display on the Burien Arts Gallery Wall at the Highline Heritage Museum. There will also be works by artists Debbie Horne, Reuf Kapetanovic,... Read more...

Saltwater Park Restoration Project

The Friends of Saltwater Park group host this monthly work party for the betterment of Saltwater State Park. Ivy is a major problem in the park – smothering the trees and taking over the ground so that native plants are not allowed to grow. Native plants are so... Read more...

BonsaiFest!

Come to Pacific Bonsai Museum on Mother’s Day weekend to see hundreds of beautiful bonsai, including wisteria and azalea, at the height of spring blooms. See three bonsai exhibitions: A Gallery of Trees: Living Art of Pacific Bonsai Museum; a Retrospective exhibition... Read more...

Black Genealogy Research Group

During the pandemic, the Black Genealogy Research Group has been holding meetings via Zoom. Join in lively discussions and programs to learn and share genealogy with the experts. This is an open forum for people of all backgrounds and experience who have interest in... Read more...

Renton Multicultural Festival

Renton’s annual Multicultural Festival is a celebration of our city’s diverse culture. In 2022 we celebrate not only the sixth annual festival, but also a return to an in-person event. The festival opens on Friday, May 6, at Renton Civic Theatre at 6 PM.... Read more...

Día de la Xingona – La Roxay Productions

Sounds by Shes Gucci – Kween Kay$h – Sizzle Fantastic Dia de la Xingona is the official Bearthday Party of Roxana of La Roxay Productions! Join in celebrating Community, Xingona’s and Roxana’s birthday! This event is 21+ SHES GUCCI Born in Mexico based in... Read more...

BonsaiFest!

Come to Pacific Bonsai Museum on Mother’s Day weekend to see hundreds of beautiful bonsai, including wisteria and azalea, at the height of spring blooms. See three bonsai exhibitions: A Gallery of Trees: Living Art of Pacific Bonsai Museum; a Retrospective exhibition... Read more...

Pasifika Wayfinder Cultural Roots

Pacific Islander Community Association of Washington 2nd and 4th Tuesdays of every month, 3:30-6 PM Pasifika Wayfinder (PWF) Cultural Roots is a space nurtured at PICA-WA to foster an environment of youth learning Pasifika cultural through song, dance, chant,... Read more...

Huda Fahmy Author Visit – KCLS

Meet Huda Fahmy, author of the very funny graphic novel, Huda F Are You? She will talk about how she created this book. For ages 13 and up. Free to attend this online event, but please pre-register here. Read more...

2022 Quarterdeck Story Pub – The Crisis

Quarterdeck at the Des Moines Marina will host this second program in a series of storytelling events, drawn from local history. Hosted by Des Moines attorney, filmmaker, and public speaker Steve Edmiston, each evening will feature true stories – some famous,... Read more...

Author Voices with Malaka Gharib

Join an online discussion with Malaka Gharib, author of I Was Their American Dream: A Graphic Memoir, winner of a 2020 Arab American Book Award. For adults and teens.Please register at kcls.org. Read more...

Farm Tots – Mary Olson Farm

Bring your 3-5 year olds to the Mary Olson Farm to learn about nature, history, and farm life while practicing skills like counting, matching, and sharing. Every week we will explore a different theme and have fun with activities including story time, animal... Read more...

Holi by the Ocean

Holi is a popular Indian festival, also known as the “Festival of Love”, the “Festival of Colours” and the “Festival of Spring”. For many it is a playful cultural event and an excuse to throw colored powder at friends or strangers... Read more...

Pacific Ballroom Dance Prom

Celebrate a night to remember at the PBD Prom.  This event is a formal dance for Youth age dancers and guests (ages 16-18).  Light refreshments, photos, and dancing are included. Formal to semi-formal dress is encouraged.  Enter venue through the Main Lobby Read more...

Comedian Tony Daniel – Renton Civic Theatre

Tony Daniel started doing comedy on the back of his middle school bus in Rocky Mount, NC. He paid his dues getting kicked off the bus and spending many hours in detention until he became quite good at playing the DOZENS. He also learned comedic timing reciting jokes... Read more...

Ted Vigil – John Denver Tribute

Ted Vigil is a singer, songwriter and John Denver tribute artist extraordinaire. He has wowed crowds, sells out theaters nationwide and has played twice for John Denver’s own “Windstar Foundation” in Aspen, CO. Joining him on stage are a group of professional... Read more...

Key to Change’s Spring Salon

Celebrate five years of world class music instruction. This fundraising event for student scholarships features student performances, wine & hors d’oeuvres, and emcee Mark Wright. This event is limited to 60 in-person attendees. All others may view the event... Read more...

Finale Fantastique – Auburn Symphony Orchestra

This program includes: Paul Dukas – L’apprenti sorcier (The Sorcerer’s Apprentice) with narration by actor John Coons Germaine Tailleferre – Concertino for Harp with John Carrington, harp Herctor Berlioz – Symphonie fantastique an epic... Read more...

New Summer Solstice – Pacific Bonsai Museum

Sixty bonsai in the forest, painter Kimberly Trowbridge & friends, Ukulelist Arden Fujiwara, and one evening of LIGHT. For one night only, the Museum will stay open until 9 PM. Take in the LIGHT and beauty of bonsai in our woodsy setting. Go for a stroll, meet up... Read more...

Farm Tots – Mary Olson Farm

Bring your 3-5 year olds to the Mary Olson Farm to learn about nature, history, and farm life while practicing skills like counting, matching, and sharing. Every week we will explore a different theme and have fun with activities including story time, animal... Read more...

Yellow Fever – Centerstage Theatre

Spring, 1973. The Pacific Northwest. The alleys are dark. The bars are too bright. It’s raining out, probably. Private detective Sam Shikaze doesn’t just know crime…he knows everything that happens in this part of town. And this latest case might get him two black... Read more...

Blue Poppy Day

Blue Poppy Day is BACK! This event is free. Experience the world-renowned Blue Poppy Meadow, shop at a market featuring local artists, and enjoy a day of performances! Presented in partnership with the Federal Way Arts Commission, Blue Poppy Day celebrates the natural... Read more...

Moshier Spring Pottery Sale

Moshier’s Pottery Sale is back! Twice a year students and instructors gather at Moshier Community Art Center to sell their handmade wares. Come to this amazing sale to find hundreds of items such as mugs, bowls, serving dishes, casseroles, garden art, sculpture,... Read more...

SeaTac Make Music Day

Make Music Day is an international celebration of music. It happens every year near the summer solstice at various locations throughout the world.  This year, the City of SeaTac will be joining the celebration by hosting free musical performances.  In addition to... Read more...

Unmute the Voices

Unmute The Voices celebrates BIPOC (Black, Indigenous and People of Color) artistry in classical music by highlighting compositions and performances by BIPOC artists. From its inception, classical music was for centuries an art form reserved exclusively for affluent... Read more...

Close to You – the Music of the Carpenters

Considered one of the best vocalists of all time, Karen Carpenter captured the attention of a generation with her unabashedly catchy pop music. Singer and playwright Lisa Rock has compiled a moving tribute to the music and life of Carpenter, and brings it to the stage... Read more...

Yellow Fever – Centerstage Theatre

Spring, 1973. The Pacific Northwest. The alleys are dark. The bars are too bright. It’s raining out, probably. Private detective Sam Shikaze doesn’t just know crime…he knows everything that happens in this part of town. And this latest case might get him two black... Read more...

Yellow Fever – Centerstage Theatre

Spring, 1973. The Pacific Northwest. The alleys are dark. The bars are too bright. It’s raining out, probably. Private detective Sam Shikaze doesn’t just know crime…he knows everything that happens in this part of town. And this latest case might get him two black... Read more...

AHS Disney Choir Concert

the Auburn High School Jazz and Show Choir invite you to a send-off concert for their upcoming Disneyland performance. From Frank Sinatra to Earth, Wind and Fire to Broadway (and a little of everything in between), this highly energetic show features great vocals and... Read more...

Pasifika Wayfinder Cultural Roots

Pacific Islander Community Association of Washington 2nd and 4th Tuesdays of every month, 3:30-6 PM Pasifika Wayfinder (PWF) Cultural Roots is a space nurtured at PICA-WA to foster an environment of youth learning Pasifika cultural through song, dance, chant,... Read more...

Auburn Regional Film Festival

Come enjoy 3-minute short films created by Auburn High School students in the categories of Animation, Drama, Comedy, Action/Sports, Commercials (including Public Service Announcements), Documentary, Fantasy-Sci Fi and Cultural/Foreign. Read more...

Farm Tots – Mary Olson Farm

Bring your 3-5 year olds to the Mary Olson Farm to learn about nature, history, and farm life while practicing skills like counting, matching, and sharing. Every week we will explore a different theme and have fun with activities including story time, animal... Read more...

Best of Troy in the Trojan Spotlight

It’s a pageant! It’s a trivia contest! It’s a talent show! It’s everything and more in a night of intrigue and fun at the first annual Best of Troy! Come out and vote on your favorite AHS Club as they compete in three categories (talent,... Read more...

Yellow Fever – Centerstage Theatre

Spring, 1973. The Pacific Northwest. The alleys are dark. The bars are too bright. It’s raining out, probably. Private detective Sam Shikaze doesn’t just know crime…he knows everything that happens in this part of town. And this latest case might get him two black... Read more...

Lloyd Herman – The Accidental Curator

In 1968, Lloyd Herman had a dream – to dedicate a building near the White House, being renovated by the Smithsonian, as a center for changing exhibitions on draft, design and the decorative arts. Herman became the founding director of the nation’s Craft... Read more...

Yellow Fever – Centerstage Theatre

Spring, 1973. The Pacific Northwest. The alleys are dark. The bars are too bright. It’s raining out, probably. Private detective Sam Shikaze doesn’t just know crime…he knows everything that happens in this part of town. And this latest case might get him two black... Read more...

Yellow Fever – Centerstage Theatre

Spring, 1973. The Pacific Northwest. The alleys are dark. The bars are too bright. It’s raining out, probably. Private detective Sam Shikaze doesn’t just know crime…he knows everything that happens in this part of town. And this latest case might get him two black... Read more...

Food and Mood

Explore how food affects mood with Hansie Wong, MD. Understand cravings and identify nutrient-dense foods to improve mood. This program is geared toward adults. Please register at kcls.org. Read more...

Yellow Fever – Centerstage Theatre

Spring, 1973. The Pacific Northwest. The alleys are dark. The bars are too bright. It’s raining out, probably. Private detective Sam Shikaze doesn’t just know crime…he knows everything that happens in this part of town. And this latest case might get him two black... Read more...

Saltwater Park Restoration Project

The Friends of Saltwater Park group host this monthly work party for the betterment of Saltwater State Park. Ivy is a major problem in the park – smothering the trees and taking over the ground so that native plants are not allowed to grow. Native plants are so... Read more...

Black Genealogy Research Group

During the pandemic, the Black Genealogy Research Group has been holding meetings via Zoom. Join in lively discussions and programs to learn and share genealogy with the experts. This is an open forum for people of all backgrounds and experience who have interest in... Read more...

The Heritage Roses Northwest Show

Visit the Garden and view spectacular heritage roses on display in the Pavilion. Heritage roses are known for their fragrance and beauty. Vote for your favorite.  Get information on growing Heritage roses and where to buy them. This program will be held in the... Read more...

Yellow Fever – Centerstage Theatre

Spring, 1973. The Pacific Northwest. The alleys are dark. The bars are too bright. It’s raining out, probably. Private detective Sam Shikaze doesn’t just know crime…he knows everything that happens in this part of town. And this latest case might get him two black... Read more...

Musical Mysticism – Rainier Symphony

The concert program will include: Grieg – Selections from Peer  Gynt Prokofiev – Peter and the Wolf Tchaikovsky – No. 1 Scene from Swan Lake Suite Mendelssohn – Nocturne form Midsummer Night’s Dream, Op. 61 Dukas – Sorcerer’s... Read more...

Yellow Fever – Centerstage Theatre

Spring, 1973. The Pacific Northwest. The alleys are dark. The bars are too bright. It’s raining out, probably. Private detective Sam Shikaze doesn’t just know crime…he knows everything that happens in this part of town. And this latest case might get him two black... Read more...

Musical Mysticism – Rainier Symphony

The concert program will include: Grieg – Selections from Peer  Gynt Prokofiev – Peter and the Wolf Tchaikovsky – No. 1 Scene from Swan Lake Suite Mendelssohn – Nocturne form Midsummer Night’s Dream, Op. 61 Dukas – Sorcerer’s... Read more...

The Allegro Players End of Year Showcase

Join us for a night of music, dance and plenty of laughs! During this year’s end of the year showcase you will be invited into a world of imagination full of characters sure to entertain!  We thank you for your continued support of this program. Includes selections... Read more...

Auburn Riverside High School Orchestra Concert

Please join us for our Spring Celebration.  Our Concert and Philharmonic Orchestras will both perform a variety of pieces, including some concertos with student soloists.  We will also be celebrating our seniors as they perform in their final high school Orchestra... Read more...

Yellow Fever – Centerstage Theatre

Spring, 1973. The Pacific Northwest. The alleys are dark. The bars are too bright. It’s raining out, probably. Private detective Sam Shikaze doesn’t just know crime…he knows everything that happens in this part of town. And this latest case might get him two black... Read more...

Auburn Dance Academy Showcases

Come on a magical journey of dancing, singing and acting in our Broadway adaptations of “Aladdin” & “The Princess and the Frog” at the 2 PM shows Saturday and Sunday, or the “Jumanji – Hip Hop Production” at the 7:30 PM show on Saturday!  More information and... Read more...
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