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5 Things to Do This Weekend

A semi-abstract print of an African American woman in profile with multi-colored hair promoting the Folklife Festival in Seattle

From nwfolklife.org

Folklife Festival

May 27–30, Seattle, Virtual

See musicians and other artists perform on 25 stages, plus hundreds of food and craft vendors. The 2022 Cultural Focus, “Metamorphosis: In with the Old, In with the New,” celebrates change. Held at the Seattle Center and virtual. Find out more information about this event.

A solder back turned saluting the flag at sunset

From AdobeStock 

Whatcom Memorial Day Parade

May 28, Bellingham
After a two-year hiatus, Bellingham comes together again to celebrate its community and honor our heroes. This year also marks the 100th anniversary of the parade. Find out more information about this event.

Two fingers holds a live shrimp

From Facebook

Brinnon Shrimpfest

May 28–29, Brinnon
The Brinnon community’s annual Shrimpfest celebrates Hood Canal Spot Shrimp and other local seafood, plus rides, activities, crafts and food booths. Located north of Brinnon on Highway 101 and Hjelvicks Road. Find out more information about this event.

Black and white photo of a craggy mountain peak by Ansel Adams

From mohai.org

Ansel Adams: Masterworks

May 28–Sept. 5, Seattle
See the masterworks of one of America’s most revered photographers. Ansel Adams’ innovative approaches to photography are revealed in lavish and technically precise images. Held at the Museum of History & Industry. Find out more information about this exhibit.

A painting of red and yellow tulips and two statues promoting Blaine local art

From blainebythesea.com

Blaine Art Studio Tour

May 28 and June 25, Blaine
Artists from Blaine will open their home studios to the public, giving people a chance to see how they work and learn more about their art. Find out more information about this event.

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