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These events represent the Seattle Networking Guide's pick of top upcoming professional, social and civic networking events in the Greater Seattle region. For more information, visit www.iloveseattle.org.

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Journey '19: a gathering

We are heart-centered entrepreneurs. We are soulful creators. We are spiritual seekers. We are passionate activists. We make movements and build businesses and heal and inspire and create. And this April, we are gathering to learn, to grow, to showcase, to laugh, to connect, and to celebrate this wonderful community. Why should you attend? Hint: it’s better than your average narwhal sighting. 1. You are a creator. You’re an entrepreneur, an artist, an organizer, a leader. You have big visions and bravely share those visions with the world. 2. You believe business can be heart-centered. There’s no “business as usual” here. Our speakers are not only experts in business and marketing, but also spirituality, social justice, wellness, and creativity. 3. You want the skills and community to make it happen. Everything you learn, all the new people you meet, and every fresh idea you have will help you grow your work, become known, and make an impact on our world – we need you. https://wort… Organization: Worth The Journey. Audience for this event: Heart-centered entrepreneur. Event Size: 250. Is this a nonprofit event? No. Sunday, April 21, 2019. 2916 Utah Ave South Seattle, WA 98134. For more info visit worththejourney.com.

Seattle Magazine Brunch Run 5K

All you can eat brunch bites from some of Seattle’s best brunch spots. Mimosa and bloody mary garden. All inside the Hangar at Magnuson. Flat, scenic course. Chance to beat the bacon (runner dressed up as a bacon) for prizes. Chip timing. Benefits Northwest Harvest. Organization: Seattle Magazine. Audience for this event: 21+, Runners, Brunch Enthusiasts. Event Size: 1500. Is this a nonprofit event? No. Sunday, April 21, 2019, 9:00 AM – 1:00 PM. 6310 Northeast 74th Street Seattle, WA 98115. For more info visit www.eventbrite.com.

National Theatre Live Presents All About Eve

Margo Channing. Legend. True star of the theatre. The spotlight is hers, always has been. But now there’s Eve. Her biggest fan. Young, beautiful Eve. The golden girl, the girl next door. But you know all about Eve…don’t you…? Ivo van Hove directs Gillian Anderson (The X Files, Bleak House, NT Live: A Streetcar Named Desire) and Lily James (Mamma Mia: Here We Go Again, Downton Abbey, War & Peace) in his new adaptation of All About Eve, a razor-sharp, unsettling exposé of the eternal obsession at the heart of show-business. Lifting the curtain on a world of jealousy and ambition, this new production, from one of the world’s most innovative theatre directors, asks why our fascination with celebrity, youth and identity never seems to get old. National Theatre Live captures live performances from the UK and broadcasts them in more than 2,500 movie theaters and other venues in 60 countries worldwide. As of February 2017, the global audience reached almost 8 million people. National Theatre Live is the… Organization: National Theatre Live. Audience for this event: adult. Event Size: 50. Is this a nonprofit event? No. Sunday, April 21, 2019, 12:00 PM – 2:10 PM. SIFF Cinema, 511 Queen Anne Ave North, Seattle, 98109. For more info visit ntlive.nationaltheatre.org.uk.

Kaleidoscopic: A Futuristic Party

ka·lei·do·scop·ic /kəˌlīdəˈskäpik/ adjective 1. having complex patterns of colors; multicolored. 2. made up of a complex mix of elements; multifaceted. 3. continually shifting from one set of relations to another; rapidly changing. We are bright, multifaceted, complex, full of color. We shift and move across time, and space, and the Earth and each other. We are water flowing, air blowing, fire dancing, earth rumbling. We will bring our bodies, our spirits, our hearts, our minds, our souls, our ancestors, our dreams, our demons, and our visions for the world. We will dress all the parts of ourselves in colors across the visible and invisible spectrums of light. We will dress in poetry and gossamer and body paint and glitter. We will prepare to be transported across the universe, across the dance floor, across the ocean, across our notions of self and time and love and meaning. We will prepare to be the ones transporting. In this wild, ritual, celebration of dance and life, we will w… Organization: Worth The Journey. Audience for this event: People who love to dance. Event Size: 350. Is this a nonprofit event? No. Sunday, April 21, 2019, 8:00 PM – 11:55 PM. 2916 Utah Ave South Seattle, WA 98134. For more info visit worththejourney.com.

Earth Day 2019 - Celebrate the Earth by learning about solar in Seattle!

Solar energy is part of the solution for climate change. Come find out why solar is so important for the health of the planet. Come celebrate Earth Day with Puget Sound Solar and learn how solar energy is one part of the fight against climate change. We'll explain how the technology works and why it's such an elegant solution to toxic energy sources like coal, petroleum and nuclear energy. There's already over 17,000 solar installations in Washington! We've installed thousands of systems over the past 19-years for people who wanted to make a difference - one roof at a time. The costs of these systems continue to decrease, making it more affordable than ever. We'll discuss the environmental and financial benefits of going solar in Seattle to help you decide whether solar might be right for you. At the end of the presentation, we'll have some question and answer time so you can get your specific solar questions answered. If you want, you can sign-up for a FREE solar site survey but there is no obligation or… Organization: Puget Sound Solar. Audience for this event: Anyone interested in learning about how solar works in Seattle. Event Size: 45. Is this a nonprofit event? No. Monday, April 22, 2019, 6:00 PM – 7:30 PM. 6532 Phinney Ave N, Room 36, Seattle, WA 98103. For more info visit www.eventbrite.com.

Leslie Jordan's 'Exposed'; a Benefit for The AMP

Best-known for his stand-out roles in Sordid Lives, American Horror Story, The Help and as beloved Beverley Leslie on NBCs hit series Will & Grace, Mr. Jordan has charmed fans for over four decades! In EXPOSED, Leslie invites his audiences behind-the- scenes of his childhood and career! Offering a charming and hilarious look-back at his life experience as a flamboyant youth raised as a Southern Baptist, as well as the unbelievable real-life stories and treasured anecdotes from his renowned stage and television performances. Presenting Sponsor: BECU and Produced by Unite Live and Seattle Gay News Best-known for his stand-out roles in Sordid Lives, American Horror Story, The Help and as beloved Beverley Leslie on NBCs hit series Will & Grace, Mr. Jordan has charmed fans for over four decades! In EXPOSED, Leslie invites his audiences behind-the- scenes of his childhood and career! Offering a charming and hilarious look-back at his life experience as a flamboyant youth raised as a Southern Baptist, as… Organization: Unite Seattle. Audience for this event: Gay and straight. Event Size: 270. Is this a nonprofit event? Yes. Monday, April 22, 2019, 7:30 PM – 9:30 PM. 216 Union Street Seattle, WA 98101. For more info visit tickets.thetripledoor.net.

Education Innovation Workshop and Panel

WPC Young Professionals are hosting an Education Innovation Panel and Workshop featuring our region’s key education experts! Attendees will get to engage in workshop discussion and hear from panelists on how to improve the current structure of education in WA State. Organization: WPC Young Professionals. Audience for this event: Anyone 18-40. Event Size: 50. Is this a nonprofit event? Yes. Tuesday, April 23, 2019, 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM. Cloud Room 1424 11th Avenue Ste 400 Seattle, WA, 98122. For more info visit www.washingtonpolicy.org.

Going to Extremes: Is It Climate Change or Just Bad Weather?

How is climate change impacting weather in our region? Will floods and droughts be the new normal? And how will we cope? This Climate Science on Tap will examine the relationship between extreme weather events and our changing climate. Our experts share the data and their perspectives in riveting presentations and a lively panel discussion of the issue and the impacts to the people and creatures that call the PNW home. Speakers: James Rufo-Hill, Seattle Public Utilities, Sarah Ragen, UW Dept of Oceanography; Joe Zagrodnik, UW Department of Atmospheric Sciences, and Brittany Hoedemaker, US School of Marine and Environmental Affairs. [Affiliations for identification purposes only.] Moderator: P. Sean McDonald, UW Program on the Environment. Organization: Cascadia Climate Action. Audience for this event: People 21+ who are interested in climate change. Event Size: 100. Is this a nonprofit event? Yes. Tuesday, April 23, 2019, 7:00 PM – 8:30 PM. Beveridge Place Pub 6413 California Ave SW Seattle, WA 98136. For more info visit www.strangertickets.com.

SFWA April Reading

Join SFWA in welcoming Nebula and Hugo Award-winning speculative fiction writer Rebecca Roanhorse, Toronto writer, cartoonist, and musician Kari Maaren, and 2013 Shirley Jackson Award winner Sam J. Miller. Organization: Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America. Audience for this event: All. Event Size: 20-50. Is this a nonprofit event? Yes. Tuesday, April 23, 2019, 7:00 PM – 8:30 PM. WIlde Rover Irish Puub 111 Central Way Kirkland, WA. For more info visit www.facebook.com.

RetailLoco

April 24th-25th. Hosted by the Location Based Marketing Association, this two day event with over 250+ attendees will feature speakers exploring the location based marketing over the course of a customer’s day – from connected homes, cars and workplaces to connected stores, restaurants, sports, travel and hospitality venues – and will include discussions on mobile payments, AR/VR, indoor location and more. It’s about delivering the right media, at the right moment. Organization: RetailLoco. Audience for this event: Anyone interested in location based marketing! Event Size: 250. Is this a nonprofit event? No. Wednesday, April 24, 2019, 8:00 AM – 6:15 PM. 1100 2nd Avenue Suite 500 Seattle WA 98101 United States. For more info visit retaillo.co.

Executive Speaker Series: Blockchain and Cryptocurrency

Hear from a panel of local experts about what the cryptocurrency and blockchain industries could mean for our region. We'll discuss the possibilities and opportunities, as well as the challenges ahead for this growing field, plus what the tax and regulatory implications could be for area businesses. Organization: Seattle Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce. Audience for this event: Everyone. Event Size: 80. Is this a nonprofit event? Yes. Thursday, April 25, 2019, 12:00 PM – 1:30 PM. Microsoft Events Center at the Seattle Metro Chamber 1301 5th Ave, Ste 1500, Seattle, WA, 98101. For more info visit smcc.bz.

AWS Machine Learning Workshop

During this solution based workshop, TensorIoT engineers will highlight how we build Machine Learning solutions leveraging Amazon Web Service's Machine Learning tools and best practices. This event will educate participants on how TensorIoT utilizes Amazon Web Service's Machine Learning services, such as AWS Sagemaker, to give our customers the ability to predict and analyze critical business metrics. Please join us as the top ML architects at TensorIoT demonstrate how they help industry leaders derive business insights, optimize production, and surpass industry standards. Join us and our proud partner AWS at their amazing Seattle office. We will be serving lunch and knowledge, don't miss this incredible learning event. Organization: TensorIoT. Audience for this event: Software Developers, Executives, Engineers, CTO, CEO, Backend Developers, Machine Learning Scientists, Students, Professors. Event Size: 60. Is this a nonprofit event? Yes. Thursday, April 25, 2019, 1:00 PM – 6:00 PM. AWS Office - Seattle 1007 Stewart Street Seattle, WA 98101. For more info visit www.eventbrite.com.

Letter From Masanjia

An Oregon woman finds an SOS note from a Chinese dissident in a package of Halloween decorations from Kmart, setting off a chain of events that would shut down the entire labor camp system in China and ignite the note-writer's dangerous quest to expose a deadly persecution. Organization: Falun Dafa Club at UW. Audience for this event: Those who are interested. Event Size: 100. Is this a nonprofit event? Yes. Thursday, April 25, 2019, 6:00 PM – 8:30 PM. Thomson Hall Rm101 at UW King Lane Northeast Seattle, WA 98105. For more info visit www.eventbrite.com.

Lucky Envelope Brewing Anniversary Party

Join us for our Anniversary Party on Saturday, April 27th from Noon-10pm! We'll have special beer releases & red envelopes to give out! Lucky red envelopes will be given out on a first come basis, so get here early and stay late! BeanFish Food Truck will be here serving up delicious food from 3pm-8pm. We are releasing a NEW Hazy IPA for the occasion. Other Beer Releases: Cuke Nukem Cucumber Sour Blackberry Sour Tea Smoked Helles Strawberry Milkshake IPA Oatmeal Cookie Barrel Aged Imperial Porter Golden Strong with strawberries and rhubarb. Organization: Lucky Envelope Brewing. Audience for this event: Everyone. Event Size: If you come, the it will be huge:-). Is this a nonprofit event? No. Saturday, April 27, 2019. 907 NW 50th Street, Seattle, WA 98107.

Run Like the Wind Running Festival

Gorgeous and challenging courses on the trails on the wind farm. Run next to majestic wind turbines. Lots of wildflowers and most likely wildlife too. Free tours inside the turbines, real food (chili and cornbread), beers from IronHorse Brewery, free massages, live music, free kids dash, very cool wood finisher’s medals, fully supported courses with lots of food and drink at each aid station. Drop dead gorgeous views and unique environment for a run. Benefits Kittitas County Search and Rescue. Organization: Run for Good Racing Company. Audience for this event: Runners, trail running enthusiasts. Event Size: 200. Is this a nonprofit event? Yes. Saturday, April 27, 2019, 9:00 AM – 1:00 PM. Wild Horse Wind and Solar 25901 Vantage Hwy Ellensburg, WA 98926. For more info visit www.run-like-the-wind.com.

Alderwood Garden Club Plant Sale

Spring is a great time for planting. Stock up on choice plants at low prices. Browse many varieties of perennials, shrubs, veggie starts, annuals, garden art, and more. Plant proceeds support the Edmonds Community College Horticulture Scholarship Fund, community projects, and other garden club activities. Visa and Master Card accepted. Organization: Alderwood Garden Club. Audience for this event: Gardeners. Event Size: 200. Is this a nonprofit event? Yes. Saturday, April 27, 2019, 9:00 AM – 1:00 PM. Cedar Valley Grange, 20526 52nd Ave. W. Lynnwood, WA 98036.

Woo & Wellness - A Speed Coaching Event

Our popular SPEED COACHING events are back, this time with a focus on experts in the "Woo" (energy healing, empaths, spirituality) and "Wellness" space. It's like Speed Dating, but attendees are meeting for mini 1:1 consults with various coaches, healers, Naturopaths and industry experts to share their problems/issues, pick their brains and ask questions. HOW IT WORKS: There will be 20+ different Coaches/Healers featured. Each attendee will meet 1:1 with THREE of these experts during their Speed Coaching wave. Each Wave has only 20 attendees, so there's no waiting in line to see your Coach/Healer. In that first hour, you meet with three different coaches back-to-back for 20 minute sessions. (We ask you to pick your top 8 coaches and we try our hardest to match everyone with their top 3 coaches, but you'll at least meet with 3 of your top 8.) After your Speed Coaching, you will sit in on two 30-minute break-out sessions led by two different Coaches/Experts covering very interesting and diverse topics wit… Organization: ChickChat, The Power of She, & Three Moon Collective. Audience for this event: Women interested in wellness. Event Size: 60. Is this a nonprofit event? No. Saturday, April 27, 2019, 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM. 1700 Westlake Ave N Suite 200, Seattle, WA 98109. For more info visit wooandwellness2019.eventbrite.com.

Snohomish on the Rocks

Join GroWashington for the 11th Annual “Snohomish on the Rocks”. This unique Destination Distillery Festival features over 37 Pacific Northwest Distilleries. Spend the day sampling Whiskey, Bourbons, Vodka, Gin, Liquors and more fine spirits, listen to LIVE music, eat some terrific food from local Food Trucks and even shop a few of our Local market vendors. Organization: GroWA. Audience for this event: 21+. Event Size: 1,400. Is this a nonprofit event? Yes. Saturday, April 27, 2019, 11:30 AM – 7:30 PM. Thomas Family Farms 9010 Marsh Rd Snohomish, WA 98296. For more info visit www.eventbrite.com.

The Journey Back to Graduate: Documentary Screening & Discussion

Young people drop out of high school for many reasons and if they decide to return to school to get their GED, the journey back is not always an easy one. Join YP Impact at the Ballard Library for a screening of the award-winning documentary Night School. Daniel Benner, Education and Employment Program Coordinator for the Eastside Reengagement Center at Friends of Youth (YP Impacts featured nonprofit of the quarter) will talk briefly about the work they are doing to help youth graduate. We will then break into groups to dive deeper into topics around graduating high school, going back to get a GED, why young people drop out of school, and more. We will also be collecting non-perishable snacks for much needed snack kits we will be putting together for youth going through Friends of Youth GED program at the Eastside Reengagement Center. Bucha Belly will provide Kombucha for attendees. And you can't have a screening without popcorn! Following the event there will be an optional happy hour. Organization: YP Impact. Audience for this event: All ages, Everyone. Event Size: 50. Is this a nonprofit event? Yes. Saturday, April 27, 2019, 1:00 PM – 4:30 PM. 5614 22nd Ave NW Seattle, 98107. For more info visit www.youngprofessionalsofseattle.com.

Clean Up the Burke! A Community Clean Up of the Burke-Gilman!

Join the Washington Wild as we celebrate our first ever Earth Day Community Clean-Up! Bring your friends and family as we team up with the local community to give the Burke Gilman Trail and Ballard Bridge some badly needed TLC. We’re launching from Peddler Brewing Company’s outdoor beer garden in Ballard starting at 11:30am, where Washington Wild representatives will be distributing cleaning materials provided by Seattle Public Utilities, and directing groups of volunteers to the Ballard Bridge and Burke Gilman Trail. We'll be heading out promptly at 12. Along the trail will be Washington Wild staff and volunteers to answer questions, and collect full trash bags. The clean-up concludes at the MiiR Flagship Store where you can sign up for our raffle giveaways, learn more about the organization, and meet other members of the Washington Wild Community! Don't forget to try a pint of Earth Day IPA - A charity collaboration beer between Bad Jimmy's Brewing Co. Peddler Brewing Company and Rooftop Brewing Co… Organization: Washington Wild. Audience for this event: Families, Volunteers, Earth Lovers. Event Size: 50. Is this a nonprofit event? Yes. Sunday, April 28, 2019, 11:30 AM – 2:00 PM. 1514 NW Leary Way, Seattle, Washington 98107. For more info visit wawild.org.

Terrarium Making + Wine Tasting at Beaumont Cellars

WHAT'S INCLUDED: - Terrarium experience with all supplies - Glass of award-winning red or white wine on arrival - Hand-made terrarium to take Home - Tasting of 4 different Beaumont Cellars wines - Sound Excursions staff to guide you THE DETAILS: Have you always wanted your very own terrarium? Here's your chance to get crafty while enjoying some great wine! We'll walk you through the process, and you'll walk home with something you can show off to your friends. We'll meet at Beaumont Cellars beautiful tasting room in Woodinville. Before getting settled, we'll enjoy a delicious glass of red or white wine. That will be sure to light up our creative spark plugs as we select our succulents and build our layers. You'll get your hands dirty with soil, charcoal, rocks, moss and more! Feel free to bring your own decorations to add onto your terrarium during the event. Organization: Sound Excursions. Audience for this event: 21+. Event Size: 25. Is this a nonprofit event? No. Sunday, April 28, 2019, 12:00 PM – 2:00 PM. Beaumont Cellars 19151 144th Ave NE, Woodinville, WA 98072. For more info visit www.soundexcursions.com.

Women For One's Pacific Northwest Truthteller Tour

Women For One’s Truthteller Tour was created from the understanding that, together, we have the power to transform our lives and communities, one story at a time. Join bestselling author and founder of Women For One, Kelly McNelis, alongside powerful Seattle changemakers and women who finding the strength and resiliency in their stories: stories of triumph, devastating loss, and everything in between. This will be a special evening of connecting with like-hearted women, rewriting our stories of victimhood, tapping into our freedom, and discovering and elevating our voices in sisterhood and solidarity. Three to five women selected by the Wf1 team will share their stories and spark dialogue and opportunities for connection that could last a lifetime. Through sharing, we all find common ground, hope, meaning, and ultimately, inspiration toward action. Organization: Women For One. Audience for this event: Women of all ages and ethnic backgrounds with a story to share and a desire to connect. Event Size: 200-300. Is this a nonprofit event? No. Sunday, April 28, 2019, 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM. Kirkland Performance Center 350 Kirkland Ave, Kirkland, WA 98033. For more info visit womenforone.com.

WIB-Seattle: Life Science Connections & Careers Spotlight

Join WIB-Seattle for an afternoon of getting to know your biotechnology community. Network with your peers, share what you are working on, and get to know some of the amazing companies that call Seattle their home. Featuring both emerging and established life sciences companies, this event will highlight their latest successes, and provide attendees with open networking opportunities with industry professionals, recruiters, and career service experts. Organization: Women in Bio - Seattle Chapter. Audience for this event: All who support Women in Biotechnology and Research. Event Size: 100. Is this a nonprofit event? Yes. Monday, April 29, 2019, 4:30 PM – 6:30 PM. Cambia Grove: 1800 9th Ave, 2nd Floor Seattle, WA  98101. For more info visit bit.ly.

Startup Happy Hour at Jobscan

Our first Startup Happy Hour was a success! Join us again in April for happy hour, where you can learn about what other entrepreneurial minds are working on and network with other founders, engineers and creatives! Any local startups are welcome to come. Attendance is free and snacks and drinks will be provided, but we ask that you register on Eventbrite to confirm attendance. The event will be held at Jobscan’s headquarters in the heart of Pioneer Square. Jobscan is a local Seattle startup that helps jobseekers land interviews by optimizing their resumes. Organization: Jobscan. Audience for this event: Seattle startups, job seekers, entrepreneurs, techies. Event Size: 30-50. Is this a nonprofit event? No. Monday, April 29, 2019, 5:00 PM – 7:00 PM. 89 Yesler Way Suite #203, Seattle, WA 98104. For more info visit www.eventbrite.com.

Table 4 Twelve: Racial Diversity in Tech

Net Impact Seattle is excited to host our first Dinner 4 Twelve, a round table dinner (with a set menu) with special guests, Laura Clise, Founder of Intentionalist and Maya Appiah, Co-lead, Upwardly Global– Seattle Chapter. According to a study by Fortune, less than 1 percent of employees at major tech companies are Native Hawaiian, Pacific Islander or Native American, only 5 percent are Black and only 7 percent are Hispanic. Fewer than 50% of employees are women at most tech companies. How can we turn the tide and improve diversity in tech across the Seattle metro? Our presenters, Laura and Maya will share successes (and failures) that has enabled them to increase diversity in Seattle workplaces. Key Topics for Discussion Level the Playing (and recruiting) field Expanding the Reach and Developing a diversity pipeline Retaining Talent (so they don’t want to leave) Identifying strong corporate partners and allies (workforce NGOs) Come join us for a fun time with good food and great conversati… Organization: Net Impact Seattle Professional Chapter. Audience for this event: Those in tech, hr, diversity. Event Size: 12. Is this a nonprofit event? Yes. Monday, April 29, 2019, 6:30 PM – 9:00 PM. Cafe Flora 2901 East Madison Street Seattle, WA 98112. For more info visit www.eventbrite.com.

Elevate NW Conference 2019

The Seattle region is experiencing unprecedented economic success. But, how do we leverage this so small and mid-size businesses can participate and benefit? How can these businesses, that play an integral part in our communities thrive in this environment? Join us for the second annual Elevate NW, a conference dedicated to the growth and success of small businesses in the Seattle metro region. From solopreneurs to companies that employ tens of thousands of people, we all play a role in building relationships that create an environment where small businesses can continue to flourish and innovate. Breakout sessions include: Financing 101: When, how, and where? Smart Business Growth Creating a People-Centric Workplace. Organization: Seattle Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce. Audience for this event: Small to mid-sized business owners and employees, entrepreneurs. Event Size: 300. Is this a nonprofit event? Yes. Tuesday, April 30, 2019, 1:00 PM – 6:00 PM. Fisher Pavilion and Armory Lofts, Seattle Center 305 Harrison St. , Seattle , WA , 98109. For more info visit smcc.bz.

Seattle Restaurant Alliance Monthly Meeting

Each month, the Seattle Restaurant Alliance meets to network and discuss issues affecting business. This is a membership event. Check out membership options or request guest invitation on SRA website. Check SRA website to confirm time and place of monthly meetings . https://seattlerestaurantalliance.com. Organization: Seattle Restaurant Alliance. Audience for this event: Restaurateurs. Event Size: Varies. Is this a nonprofit event? Yes. Wednesday, May 1, 2019, 10:00 AM – 11:30 AM. Seattle, WA. For more info visit seattlerestaurantalliance.com.

Bootstrapping to 6 Figures Plus

Details: Come talk to our panelists about how we've bootstrapped (grown the company without outside funding) to 6 figures. Connect to other entrepreneurs, help others and get the help as well as connections you need to succeed in our local community. Bootstrapping To 6 Figures Plus Come learn about an idea. 1millioncups.com 9 am check them out, they're building our local entrepreneur community by sharing ideas and giving founders honest constructive feedback. Anyone who comes to 1 million cups at 9 can work from Atlas for the day. From 5 to 7 pm we will have our Cofounders Connect Networking and Mentoring event. For the first time in never, I will be on the panel will be on with me as well as David Wu and Justin Wu. Organization: Logic Inbound. Audience for this event: Adult. Event Size: 100. Is this a nonprofit event? Yes. Wednesday, May 1, 2019, 5:00 PM – 7:00 PM. Atlas Workbase 500 Mercer St, Seattle, WA 98109 · Seattle, WA. For more info visit www.logicinbound.com.

GeekWire Awards

Join us from 7 p.m. - 11 p.m. Thursday, May 2 at the Museum of Pop Culture (MoPOP) in Seattle for one of the region’s most-anticipated and hotly-contested tech events: The GeekWire Awards. Continuing this great tradition, we’ll reveal the winners of the Pacific Northwest's annual startup and technology awards, as nominated and chosen by GeekWire readers. We will be taking over the SkyChurch at the Museum of Pop Culture for an all-out party for the thriving tech community. We'll celebrate our community’s movers-and-shakers, up-and-comers, and thought leaders: The tech rock stars of the Pacific Northwest. Heavy appetizers, signature cocktails, wine, and beer will be served. Past winners have included Tableau, Zulily, Tune, PopCap Games, Arivale, OfferUp, Brown Paper Tickets, Avalara’s Scott McFarlane, University of Washington computer science professor Ed Lazowska and many more. It's not a formal affair — it's just a lot of fun. Winners will be chosen in more than a dozen categories, from Startup o… Organization: GeekWire. Audience for this event: Members of the tech industry. Event Size: 800. Is this a nonprofit event? No. Thursday, May 2, 2019, 7:00 PM – 11:00 PM. 325 5th Avenue N Seattle, WA 98109. For more info visit www.geekwire.com.

Over the POP: A Cabaret

Come experience the pop-sational variety show everyone is talking about, with non-stop entertainment featuring Seattle's premier dance theatre company, Lunaria Dance Theatre! Theatrical, comical, sultry and most certainly entertaining, the show at Hale's Palladium will be exploding with fun for two nights only on May 3 and May 4th, 2019! Elements of musical theatre, burlesque dance, showgirl, belly dance, and comedy make this a one-of-a kind event! Mellilah, the director of Lunaria Dance Theater, has produced sold-out shows for two years running featuring the dance company, including "Moon Over Manhattan: A Cabaret" in 2017 and "Oh, My GOLDness: A Cabaret" in 2018, held at Hale's Ales Palladium. Mellilah created the dance company in 2015 as another outlet to feed her passion to choreograph and her desire to step outside of the box of Egyptian style belly dance to return to her theatrical roots. The dance company is comprised of professional and award-winning dancers Alessandra, Amalia, Angelina, Ava, Gen… Organization: Lunaria Dance Theatre. Audience for this event: Adult (PG13). Event Size: 250. Is this a nonprofit event? No. Friday, May 3, 2019, 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM. 4301 Leary Way NW, Seattle, WA 98107. For more info visit overthepop.brownpapertickets.com.

Michelob Ultra Tacoma City Marathon

The Puget Sounds Ultimate Weekend Running Festival! The loop marathon and half marathon courses start and finish at Point Ruston, the NW's premier waterfront neighborhood and entertainment hub. Organization: TCMA. Audience for this event: everyone. Event Size: 800. Is this a nonprofit event? No. Saturday, May 4, 2019. Packet Pickup Point Ruston 5005 Ruston Way Tacoma, WA 98407. For more info visit www.databarevents.com.

The 66th Annual Everett Rock & Gem Club Gem, Jewelry & Mineral Show

Free Admission! Free Parking! Disabled Access! Saturday, May 4th 10am-6pm & Sunday, May 5th 10am-5pm Crystals & Geodes * Tools & Equipment * Kids Activities * Club Sales Table * Special Exhibits * Books & Maps * Demonstrations * Silent Auction * Raffle Drawing * Local Dealers * Hourly Door Prizes * Snack Bar. Organization: Everett Rock & Gem Club. Audience for this event: family friendly, kids, rock hounds, jewelers, outdoor & nature enthusiasts, lapidary artists. Event Size: 1000. Is this a nonprofit event? No. Saturday, May 4, 2019. Everett Community College Walt Price Student Fitness Center 2206 Tower Street Everett, WA 98201. For more info visit everettrockclub.com.

2019 Washington Tour de Cure

Tour de Cure is an event where no matter which road you take, you will be joining thousands of people from around the country who have the same passion as you: to fight diabetes and its burdens. Choose your move: ride, run, or walk through beautiful Woodinville wine country. We will have 100 Mile, 63 Mile, 30 Mile, and 12 Mile cycling routes available, as well as a 5k run/walk. All riders, runners, and walkers will be treated to lunch, and a fantastic celebration party for all to enjoy. REGISTER NOW: www.diabetes.org/washingtontourdecure Please note, there is a $200 fundraising minimum plus registration fee to attend the event for adults. $50 fundraising minimum for children 12 and under. Information about volunteering can be found here: http://signup.com/go/ithYngw. Organization: American Diabetes Association - Washington. Audience for this event: Open to all ages and skill levels. Event Size: 1000. Is this a nonprofit event? Yes. Saturday, May 4, 2019, 6:00 AM – 4:00 PM. Chateau Ste. Michelle Winery 14111 NE 145th St. Woodinville, WA 98072. For more info visit www.diabetes.org.

Race for Home 5K

Family friendly 5K run, walk, stroll. For people of all capabilities supporting worldwide child adoption. Organization: World Association for Children and Parents (WACAP). Audience for this event: All ages, runners, walkers and community supporters. Event Size: 500. Is this a nonprofit event? Yes. Saturday, May 4, 2019, 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM. Seward Park 5895 Lake Washington Blvd S Seattle, WA 98118. For more info visit www.wacap.org.

Phinney Neighborhood Association 2019 Auction - Give My Regards To Phinney

Come and join the fun while supporting the Phinney Neighborhood Association at our annual auction! This year’s Broadway musical theme is sure to be a showstopper, raising dollars in support of our before and after school childcare, senior center, tool lending library, community classes, hot meal program, art gallery, and an aging in place program, and more. Visit phinneycenter.org/auction for more details and to purchase tickets. Organization: Phinney Neighborhood Association. Audience for this event: NW Seattle residents & friends. Event Size: 300. Is this a nonprofit event? Yes. Saturday, May 4, 2019, 5:00 PM – 9:30 PM. 6532 Phinney Ave N Seattle, WA 98103. For more info visit www.phinneycenter.org.

Over the POP: A Cabaret

Come experience the pop-sational variety show everyone is talking about, with non-stop entertainment featuring Seattle's premier dance theatre company, Lunaria Dance Theatre! Theatrical, comical, sultry and most certainly entertaining, the show at Hale's Palladium will be exploding with fun for two nights only on May 3 and May 4th, 2019! Elements of musical theatre, burlesque dance, showgirl, belly dance, and comedy make this a one-of-a kind event! Mellilah, the director of Lunaria Dance Theater, has produced sold-out shows for two years running featuring the dance company, including "Moon Over Manhattan: A Cabaret" in 2017 and "Oh, My GOLDness: A Cabaret" in 2018, held at Hale's Ales Palladium. Mellilah created the dance company in 2015 as another outlet to feed her passion to choreograph and her desire to step outside of the box of Egyptian style belly dance to return to her theatrical roots. The dance company is comprised of professional and award-winning dancers Alessandra, Amalia, Angelina, Ava, Gen… Organization: Lunaria Dance Theatre. Audience for this event: Adult (PG13). Event Size: 250. Is this a nonprofit event? No. Saturday, May 4, 2019, 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM. 4301 Leary Way NW, Seattle, WA 98107. For more info visit overthepop.brownpapertickets.com.

The 66th Annual Everett Rock & Gem Club Gem, Jewelry & Mineral Show

Free Admission! Free Parking! Disabled Access! Saturday, May 4th 10am-6pm & Sunday, May 5th 10am-5pm Crystals & Geodes * Tools & Equipment * Kids Activities * Club Sales Table * Special Exhibits * Books & Maps * Demonstrations * Silent Auction * Raffle Drawing * Local Dealers * Hourly Door Prizes * Snack Bar. Organization: Everett Rock & Gem Club. Audience for this event: family friendly, kids, rock hounds, jewelers, outdoor & nature enthusiasts, lapidary artists. Event Size: 1000. Is this a nonprofit event? No. Sunday, May 5, 2019. Everett Community College Walt Price Student Fitness Center 2206 Tower Street Everett, WA 98201. For more info visit everettrockclub.com.

A Taste for Reading benefit luncheon for children's literacy

Page Ahead’s signature event will bring together approximately 450 parents, educators, and corporate leaders for lunch at The Westin Hotel in Seattle, May 7th, 2019. Hear from elected leaders, teachers and the students themselves as they share their love of reading and discuss the need for action on closing the literacy achievement gap for children in need. Organization: Page Ahead Children's Literacy Program. Audience for this event: Parents & Working Professionals. Event Size: 450. Is this a nonprofit event? Yes. Tuesday, May 7, 2019, 11:30 AM – 1:00 PM. 1900 5th Avenue, Seattle, Washington 98101 USA. For more info visit pageahead.org.

Newcastle Second Wednesday Business Lunch with Speaker

Newcastle Chamber of Commerce monthly events – schedule: Lunch: Open to the public. Second Wednesday of the month for lunch and speaker presentation. Lunch is 11:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. at Tapatio Mexican Grill, 6920 Coal Creek Parkway Southeast, Newcastle, WA 98059. $20 members $25 non-members. After-Hours Social: Third Thursday of the month. 6:00 p.m. – 7:15 p.m. The events are held at the location of the host’s choosing. Sponsoring business may select to host a Chamber Member only event or an event open to the community. Networking Education Breakfast: Fourth Wednesday of the month. Come at 7:15 a.m. to network and register. The breakfasts start at 7:30 a.m. (check in starts at 7:15) and end at 8:30 a.m. Free to members and first-time attending public. Returning non-members $10. At Regency Newcastle, 7454 Newcastle Golf Club Road, Newcastle,Washington WA 98059. Organization: Newcastle Chamber of Commerce. Audience for this event: Local business owners and community members. Event Size: Varies 20-40 people. Is this a nonprofit event? Yes. Wednesday, May 8, 2019, 11:00 AM – 12:30 PM. Tapatio Mexican Grill, 6920 Coal Creek Parkway SE Newcastle, WA 98059. For more info visit newcastle-chamber.org.

Building Company Culture in a Fast-Growth Environment

In the first of several tailored events created by this partnership that are available to both members and non-members, the WAC will host “From the CEO’s Perspective” speakers’ forum on Thursday, May 9, 2019. The program features panelists Rahul Sood, CEO, Unikrn; Bill Shihara, CEO, Bittrex, and Shauna Swerland, CEO, Fuel Talent; who will share their perspectives on the “CEO as Chief Culture Officer” — leadership, recruiting, and talent retention — and how company culture improves all three. Organization: Washington Athletic Club. Audience for this event: Professional and Executives. Event Size: 100. Is this a nonprofit event? No. Thursday, May 9, 2019, 7:30 AM – 9:00 AM. 1325 Sixth Avenue Seattle, WA 98101. For more info visit www.wac.net.

Northwest Kidney Centers' 2019 Breakfast of Hope

Northwest Kidney Centers will raise money for charity care and services that support patients and their families at its 17th annual Breakfast of Hope Thursday, May 9, 2019. Keynote speaker will be Lenny Wilkens, superstar basketball player-coach, activist and philanthropist. As one of two people inducted in the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame as both a player and a coach, Wilkens is an authority on how to perform at a high level in the face of adversity, echoing the values of Northwest Kidney Centers, where every person who thrives on dialysis is likely surrounded by a team of family members, friends and caregivers who cheer them on and share the load of kidney treatment and everyday living. Northwest Kidney Centers Breakfast of Hope will run from 7:30 to 8:45 a.m. at the Westin Seattle, 1900 Fifth Ave. The event is free to attend thanks to underwriting from sponsors, and a minimum $150 donation is requested. To register, visit https://www.nwkidney.org/breakfastreg/ or call 206-720-8585. No… Organization: Northwest Kidney Centers. Audience for this event: Adults. Event Size: 500. Is this a nonprofit event? Yes. Thursday, May 9, 2019, 7:30 AM – 8:45 AM. Westin Seattle 1900 Fifth Ave. Seattle, WA 98101. For more info visit www.nwkidney.org.

Tri-City Youth Choir (TCYC) Benefit Concert and Silent Auction

International Opera Star, Rachel Willis-Sorensen has performed lead roles in all the major opera houses around the world. She has been a guest performer in concert halls with the famous orchestras of today, including a performance at Buckingham Palace with the Philharmonic Orchestra for Prince Charles 70th Birthday. Rachel has won numerous prestigious awards and competitions. We are honored to have her come home to do this benefit concert for the TCYC Building Fund. Rachel will be accompanied by world acclaimed pianist Stephen Beus, also a native to the area. With two of the top world musicians, this concert is sure to draw attendees near and far and leave everyone wanting more. Go to https://rachelwillis-sorensen.com/ to learn more about this accomplished performer.Would you like to become a sponsor for this event? Go to this link to learn how. https://www.yourtcyc.com/become-a-sponsor-donor. Organization: Tri-City Youth Choir (TCYC). Audience for this event: Community. Event Size: 1200. Is this a nonprofit event? Yes. Friday, May 10, 2019, 5:30 PM – 9:30 PM. 1800 N. Road 72, Pasco, WA. For more info visit www.yourtcyc.com.

S.O.S. 5K

The World Concern S.O.S. 5k is a fun, family-friendly event that raises awareness and funds to stop child trafficking and exploitation by seeking out vulnerable children and keeping them safe. When you participate in the 5k, you are doing something powerful and tangible to help protect children at risk, allowing them to heal, grow, and learn to stay safe. Every day in Southeast Asia's poorest villages, vulnerable children wake up to the threat of trafficking, exploitation, and abuse. You can keep them safe. Register today to Seek Out and Stop Trafficking! Organization: World Concern. Audience for this event: All ages, runners, walkers and community supporters. Event Size: 900. Is this a nonprofit event? Yes. Saturday, May 11, 2019, 8:00 AM – 12:00 PM. Crista Ministries 19303 Fremont Ave N Seattle, WA 98133. For more info visit give.worldconcern.org.

Hack For Your Mother

WHAT: A convening of the local civic tech community to focus on connecting people who want to make a difference with local tech-for-good projects that need their help. It’s a chance to get inspired, imagine a better future, and contribute your talent. WHO: You. Whether you’re a concerned citizen or a technical wizard, you have something to contribute. Projects will need coders, designers, researchers, project managers, subject matter experts, and just ordinary people. HOW: Bring your laptop, your creativity, and your collaborative spirit to Code Fellows on Saturday, March 16th. Check out the list of participating projects on DemocracyLab.com. Organization: DemocracyLab. Audience for this event: All. Event Size: 50+. Is this a nonprofit event? Yes. Saturday, May 11, 2019, 8:30 AM – 5:00 PM. Code Fellows 2901 3rd Avenue #300 Seattle, WA 98121. For more info visit www.eventbrite.com.

2nd Annual Randall Morris Celebrity Poker Tournament

We Invite You to Join Us for the Second Annual Randall Morris Foundation Celebrity Poker Tournament and Casino Night hosted by World Poker Tour Champion Phil Gordon. You'll enjoy a night with bragging rights unlike any other as you compete against celebrities during the poker tournament or enjoy Blackjack, Roulette, Raffles, Silent Auction, a Pop Up experience by Nordstrom and entertainment that will keep you busy all night! We are updating our celebrity list every couple of days. Have a chance to meet them all as they rotate tables during the tournament. All ticket options include access to celebrities, tasty bites, and cocktails and more. This event will support the Randall Morris Foundation and proceeds are given to The Burned Children Recovery Foundation. Organization: Randall Morris Foundation. Audience for this event: Men and Women. Event Size: 200. Is this a nonprofit event? Yes. Saturday, May 11, 2019, 5:30 PM – 11:00 PM. 1701 Alexander Ave E Fife, WA 98424. For more info visit www.eventbrite.com.

Ten Grands Seattle concert

This one-night-only variety show features ten sensational pianists on ten grand pianos playing solos and in various combinations (including all 10 together). The concert also showcases some award-winning young musicians. All proceeds benefit music education programs for K-12 students around the state. Meet the artists, plus some of our grant recipients and sponsors, and learn more by visiting our website. Tickets: SeattleSymphony.org/TenGrands. Organization: Seattle Symphony. Audience for this event: Families. Event Size: 2400. Is this a nonprofit event? Yes. Saturday, May 11, 2019, 7:00 PM – 9:15 PM. Benaroya Hall (200 University Street, Seattle). For more info visit www.tengrandsseattle.com.

Jello Underground 10th Anniversary Show and Afterparty

Founded in 2009, Jello Underground is a Seattle-based jello wrestling showcase produced and performed by women. The show blends the excitement of competition with over-the-top stage theatrics for an empowering presentation that is loud, funny, messy and exhilarating! The production was chronicled in the award winning 2017 documentary short film entitled Jello Underground, now streaming on Amazon Prime Video. To mark a full decade of shows, Jello Underground returns to Seattle for a one-night-only celebration beneath the streets of South Lake Union. On Saturday, May 11th, Evolv Fitness of Seattle will open its brawl room doors for an epic evening of entertainment and festivity. Led by guest host and Seattle-icon Georgia Myles, with appearances by past champions from throughout the decade run, alongside other special guests. Witness a mix of former champions, veteran wrestlers and new fighters face off in a battle for the championship as current title-holder Rainbow Spite defends her belt. Then hang out… Organization: Jello Underground. Audience for this event: Anyone and everyone ages 16+. Event Size: 400. Is this a nonprofit event? No. Saturday, May 11, 2019, 8:00 PM – 11:00 PM. Evolv Fitness 1317 Republican St, Seattle, WA 98109 www.evolvseattle.com. For more info visit www.brownpapertickets.com.

Mother's Day Comedy Improv Show

Show mom you care with a raucous night all about moms, with stories and improv all inspired by that most smothering of figureheads. Willing moms get pulled on stage throughout the show as the improvisational wizards at Unexpected Productions delve into the hilarious joys and horrors of parenthood. They'll prove just how much our moms mean to us by mercilessly making fun of them, so pile into the minivan and take the carpool lane to Unexpected Productions' Market Theater in Seattle for a night in honor of mom. This show is $5 for all moms, so if you haven't bought her a present yet, you can win back her affection with a tickets. Use promo code IMAMOM. Organization: Unexpected Productions. Audience for this event: Ages 13+. Event Size: 200. Is this a nonprofit event? Yes. Sunday, May 12, 2019, 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM. 1428 Post Alley Seattle, WA. For more info visit unexpectedproductions.org.

Save the Sound

You love living here because of the natural beauty – on May 14th you can help to ensure it stays this way for future generations! Grab your friends and join Puget Soundkeeper in raising a glass – and funds – to protect the health of our local waterways. The fresh musical vibes of Bucket of Honey set the groove while you enjoy pizza from Ballard Pizza Company, salads from New Seasons and Ivars, and Lagunitas beer. Enter raffles for cool prizes and bid on exciting auction items like MoPop tickets, a personal tour of Snoqualmie Ice Cream, goods from Filson and Patagonia, and gift cards from local restaurants like Taylor Shellfish. Enjoy this laid-back fundraising evening knowing you are contributing to protecting and preserving the Puget Sound. ALL PROCEEDS FROM ADMISSION, AUCTION, RAFFLE, and BEER SALES BENEFIT PUGET SOUNDKEEPERS CLEAN WATER PROGRAMS. Organization: Puget Soundkeepers. Audience for this event: environmentalists, beer drinkers, outdoor people, boaters. Event Size: 180. Is this a nonprofit event? Yes. Tuesday, May 14, 2019, 5:30 PM – 8:30 PM. Lagunitas Taphouse 1550 NW 49th St Seattle, WA 98107. For more info visit www.strangertickets.com.

Disaster Book Club: A Paradise Built in Hell

Join us for our May 2019 Disaster Book Club event! In April, we will be reading Rebecca Solnit's "A Paradise Built in Hell: The Extraordinary Communities That Arise in Disaster." Using case studies and personal experiences, Melanie Cole from the Seattle Office of Emergency Management will be there to lead a presentation on community building post-disaster. About the Book: The most startling thing about disasters, according to award-winning author Rebecca Solnit, is not merely that so many people rise to the occasion, but that they do so with joy. That joy reveals an ordinarily unmet yearning for community, purposefulness, and meaningful work that disaster often provides. A Paradise Built in Hell is an investigation of the moments of altruism, resourcefulness, and generosity that arise amid disaster’s grief and disruption and considers their implications for everyday life. It points to a new vision of what society could become-one that is less authoritarian and fearful, more collaborative and local. *Wi… Organization: Seattle Office of Emergency Management. Audience for this event: Adults, Seniors, Teens. Event Size: 50. Is this a nonprofit event? No. Wednesday, May 15, 2019, 6:00 PM – 7:30 PM. The Lounge by AT&T 800 East Thomas Street Seattle, WA 98102. For more info visit dbcparadise.eventbrite.com.

Product Inspire: A Product Management Symposium

An afternoon to upgrade your product skills. Join Seattle's Product Management Community for an afternoon of talks with experienced thought leaders in the product management space. Learn best practices for building products that people love, pick up tools for navigating difficult problem spaces, and network with product managers from top companies in the Seattle area at the after party. Organization: The Product Management Community. Audience for this event: Product managers, product people. Event Size: 50. Is this a nonprofit event? Yes. Thursday, May 16, 2019, 12:00 PM – 6:30 PM. Cathedral 5449 Ballard Avenue Northwest Seattle, WA 98107. For more info visit www.eventbrite.com.

Rockin' for The RE Store

Come on down and join us on Friday, May 17th, for the 3rd annual benefit show Rockin’ for The RE Store at the Boundary Bay Brewery beer garden. There will raffle prizes, live music, and a silent auction to support the community jobs training program. This event is free for all ages. This event includes performances by The Legendary Chucklenuts and the High Mountain String Band, an informal auction with wonderful items donated by generous local businesses, and raffling off big prizes worth over $5,000. All of the proceeds from the evening go to support The RE Stores efforts to reduce barriers to employment in Whatcom County. The Community Jobs Program strengthens Whatcom County by investing in those who need help the most. By giving displaced workers the skills and confidence to support themselves, we’re helping to increase local jobs and prevent homelessness. Before you come to this fun filled event, make sure to pick up advanced raffle tickets at The RE Store. Raffle tickets are $5 and can be purcha… Organization: The RE Store. Audience for this event: All ages. Event Size: 300. Is this a nonprofit event? Yes. Friday, May 17, 2019, 5:00 PM – 10:00 PM. 1107 Railroad Trail, Bellingham, WA 98225. For more info visit re-store.org.

May 17 Parade (this is a big deal in Ballard)

17th of May Parade May 17 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm Come early to save your spot! Check the Route Map to see where to sit. Looking for a particular entry, check the Parade Order. Parade runs from 6pm to 8pm. Organization: Syttende Mai Seattle. Friday, May 17, 2019, 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM. Ballard, WA. For more info visit www.17thofmay.org.

White Castle USA Luge Slider Search

The annual White Castle USA Luge Slider Search has begun! Here’s an opportunity for your child to learn the skills necessary to be a luge athlete from U.S. Olympic and National Team coaches and athletes for free. The top participants at this event will have a chance to be selected for the luge development team and then train to become a member of the U.S. National and Olympic team. The White Castle USA Luge Slider Search is USA Luge’s most important off-season recruitment initiative. The series of free luging clinics will kick off in Columbus, OH, and make its way across the country this summer to discover promising young luge athletes. During the clinics, youth ages nine to 13 will learn from team USA Luge athletes and coaches about the basics of riding a luge sled at controlled speeds, including positioning, steering and stopping. Along with developing these skills, participants will take several runs down a paved luge course on wheel-equipped luge sleds and test skills through a battery of fitness test… Organization: White Castle USA Luge Slider Search. Audience for this event: Families and Children. Event Size: 1000. Is this a nonprofit event? Yes. Saturday, May 18, 2019, 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM. 615 Arrowhead Rd, Camano Island, WA 98282. For more info visit www.teamusa.org.

Health & Beauty Expo

NW Ladies in Business and Neogenesis Nutrition proudly present our second annual Health & Beauty Expo! Join us for an afternoon of taking care of your body, mind and spirit. NW Ladies in Business will be showcasing 40+ local ladies who own businesses relating to health, wellness, beauty and style. Come visit with each lady to find out how their business can help you lead a healthier lifestyle and look your very best! And thank you for supporting women owned businesses! Admission is Free and you are encouraged to bring a guest! First 30 ladies through the door get entered to win a gift basket filled with products and services from our amazing ladies! And visit more than 15 vendors to be entered to win two free passes to Ladywell’s Vitality Spa & Sauna! Other giveaways will happen throughout the event. For a list of our amazing vendors please visit our website - https://nwladiesinbusiness.yolasite.com/health-and-beauty-expo-2019.php In addition to the Expo we will be launching our Health & Welln… Organization: NW Ladies in Business. Audience for this event: People interested in Health & Wellness. Event Size: 50 vendors. Is this a nonprofit event? No. Saturday, May 18, 2019, 1:00 PM – 4:00 PM. Phinney Neighborhood Association Lower Building 6615 Dayton Avenue North Seattle WA 98103. For more info visit nwladiesinbusiness.yolasite.com.

Girls on the Run 5K

One of the most energetic and inspiring 5K’s around. Help support the Girls on the Run program participants as they ‘graduate’ from this after school program by running in this 5K. Flat, fast and around Boeing Field. If you have lost your running mojo or are new to running, this is the 5K to inspire you. Guaranteed smiles. 100% of the proceeds benefits Girls on the Run of Puget Sound. Organization: Girls on the Run Puget Sound. Audience for this event: All ages, runners, walkers and community supporters. Event Size: 4000. Is this a nonprofit event? Yes. Sunday, May 19, 2019, 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM. Renton Memorial Stadium 405 Logan Ave N Renton, WA 98057. For more info visit girlsrun.org.

White Castle USA Luge Slider Search

The annual White Castle USA Luge Slider Search has begun! Here’s an opportunity for your child to learn the skills necessary to be a luge athlete from U.S. Olympic and National Team coaches and athletes for free. The top participants at this event will have a chance to be selected for the luge development team and then train to become a member of the U.S. National and Olympic team. The White Castle USA Luge Slider Search is USA Luge’s most important off-season recruitment initiative. The series of free luging clinics will kick off in Columbus, OH, and make its way across the country this summer to discover promising young luge athletes. During the clinics, youth ages nine to 13 will learn from team USA Luge athletes and coaches about the basics of riding a luge sled at controlled speeds, including positioning, steering and stopping. Along with developing these skills, participants will take several runs down a paved luge course on wheel-equipped luge sleds and test skills through a battery of fitness test… Organization: White Castle USA Luge Slider Search. Audience for this event: Families and Children. Event Size: 1000. Is this a nonprofit event? Yes. Sunday, May 19, 2019, 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM. 615 Arrowhead Rd, Camano Island, WA 98282. For more info visit www.teamusa.org.

The Source: Ecology - Elliott Bay Seawall Research

The Source is a sequence of free community events celebrating our waterfront as a source of heritage, creative inspiration, and appreciation of the natural world. At the Source: Ecology event, University of Washington research scientists will present their initial findings from the first of a 10-year evaluation of the new Elliott Bay salmon-friendly seawall. Organization: Friends of Waterfront Seattle. Audience for this event: Adults interested in learning about Seattle's efforts to help salmon. Event Size: 30. Is this a nonprofit event? Yes. Thursday, May 23, 2019, 5:30 PM – 7:30 PM. 1400 Western Avenue Seattle, WA. For more info visit www.friendsofwaterfrontseattle.org.

Civic Boot Camp: Civil Rights

Learn about and explore the legacy of the civil rights movement in the Central District. Learn how that legacy continues to this day with issues like gentrification. Gain the knowledge and tools needed to take action in the community and protect the future of civil rights. Organization: Seattle CityClub. Audience for this event: Anyone. Event Size: 40. Is this a nonprofit event? Yes. Friday, May 24, 2019, 9:00 AM – 3:30 PM. 722 18th Ave, Seattle, WA 98122. For more info visit www.eventbrite.com.

Renton City Retro

6th Annual Renton City Retro, May 25th-26th 2019 at the Renton Pavilion 233 Burnett Ave S, Renton, WA 98057 THE LARGEST GAMERS EXPO SOUTH OF SEATTLE Join us for a fun, unique family friendly experience that both casual and hardcore gamers will enjoy! VIP - $45, Weekend - $20, Saturday - $15, Sunday - $10 BRING THE ENTIRE FAMILY Kids 6-12 are only 5 bucks! Kids 5 and under are FREE! Tickets available online at www.rentoncityretro.com /_forms/view/28561 We are a 501(c)(3) non profit whose mission is to provide a fun and educational gaming event for people of all ages. This two day gathering is a chance to interact, play, and learn about video games from the past and where they are going in the future. We will feature indie games that aren’t main stream, what it takes to make a video game, and throw tournaments for the games you already enjoy playing. Organization: Renton City Comic Con. Audience for this event: Family. Event Size: 3000. Is this a nonprofit event? Yes. Saturday, May 25, 2019, 10:00 AM – 11:00 PM. 233 Burnett Ave S, Renton, WA 98057.

Renton City Retro

6th Annual Renton City Retro, May 25th-26th 2019 at the Renton Pavilion 233 Burnett Ave S, Renton, WA 98057 THE LARGEST GAMERS EXPO SOUTH OF SEATTLE Join us for a fun, unique family friendly experience that both casual and hardcore gamers will enjoy! VIP - $45, Weekend - $20, Saturday - $15, Sunday - $10 BRING THE ENTIRE FAMILY Kids 6-12 are only 5 bucks! Kids 5 and under are FREE! Tickets available online at www.rentoncityretro.com /_forms/view/28561 We are a 501(c)(3) non profit whose mission is to provide a fun and educational gaming event for people of all ages. This two day gathering is a chance to interact, play, and learn about video games from the past and where they are going in the future. We will feature indie games that aren’t main stream, what it takes to make a video game, and throw tournaments for the games you already enjoy playing. Organization: Renton City Comic Con. Audience for this event: Family. Event Size: 3000. Is this a nonprofit event? Yes. Sunday, May 26, 2019, 10:00 AM – 11:00 PM. 233 Burnett Ave S, Renton, WA 98057.

Duvall Days Festival

Established over 50 years ago, Duvall Days is a fun-filled family festival celebrating the Small Town / Real Life community spirit of Duvall, WA. The annual two-day event kicks off with a big parade on Saturday morning, June 1, and the festival continues all day long (on Saturday only) with fun activities for folks of all ages. Main Street is closed to traffic and becomes a pedestrian mall lined with vendor booths, live music and dance performances, kids' play zones, bouncy houses, an inflatable obstacle course, food vendors, beer gardens and more. Organization: Duvall Days. Audience for this event: Everyone. Event Size: 7000. Is this a nonprofit event? Yes. Saturday, June 1, 2019. 15619 Main St. Duvall, WA 98019. For more info visit www.duvalldays.org.

Simply Smashing: An UnGala in support of G Day

What would you like to smash? Glass ceilings, self-doubt, gender stereotypes, or perhaps just some dishes? Whatever tickles your smash-fantasy, we hope that you'll bring it to Simply Smashing, an UnGala in support of G Day, on Saturday June 1st at The Pace in Vancouver! Our goal is to launch an online leadership program in 2020 that will enable us to scale beyond the 5 Canadian cities where G Day has taken place 10 times and welcomed over 2,000 people. Let's raise money for a fantastic cause AND smash stuff: what could be better? Organization: United Girls of the World Society. Audience for this event: Adults 19+. Event Size: 250. Is this a nonprofit event? Yes. Saturday, June 1, 2019, 5:00 PM – 9:00 PM. The Pace, 520 Alexander Street Vancouver BC V6A 1C7 Canada. For more info visit gday.world.

Saving Great Animals Bark Benefit

THE BARK BENEFIT is a great evening in the company of amazing people including fellow dog lovers, accompanied by a live & silent auction, drinks, dinner, and a whole lot of fun! It is the time of year to enjoy all the amazing stories of rescued dogs, get to kiss a few and enjoy the talents of our host Jodi Brothers and auctioneer Gee Scott. It is our most crucial fundraiser of the year and the proceeds allow us to continue doing our rescue work. Every penny raised by our all-volunteer successful organization goes to the needs of the animals. Organization: Saving Great Animals. Audience for this event: Adults, Dog Lovers, Charity Givers. Event Size: 300. Is this a nonprofit event? Yes. Saturday, June 1, 2019, 6:00 PM – 11:00 PM. Meydenbauer Center, 11100 N.E. 6th St, Bellevue, Wa 98004. For more info visit www.savinggreatanimals.org.

Seattle Restaurant Alliance Monthly Meeting

Each month, the Seattle Restaurant Alliance meets to network and discuss issues affecting business. This is a membership event. Check out membership options or request guest invitation on SRA website. Check SRA website to confirm time and place of monthly meetings . https://seattlerestaurantalliance.com. Organization: Seattle Restaurant Alliance. Audience for this event: Restaurateurs. Event Size: Varies. Is this a nonprofit event? Yes. Wednesday, June 5, 2019, 10:00 AM – 11:30 AM. Seattle, WA. For more info visit seattlerestaurantalliance.com.

Brewshed Beer Fest: A Festival for Clean Water

Washington Wild is happy to present our 6th Annual Brewshed® Beer Fest! Our Brewshed Alliance partners will be pouring over 40 of their delicious beers and ciders in the festive and fun Hale’s Ales Palladium. Come out and celebrate keeping Washington wild, green, and full of great beer! All proceeds of the event benefit Washington Wild - a conservation nonprofit making an impact throughout Washington State. TICKETS: Early Bird Tickets (Until 5/1): $25 Online Advance: $30 At the Door: $35 Each ticket gets you 8 tasting tickets, a commemorative MiiR Insulated Taster Tumbler, and of course, entry. Additional drink tickets will be available for sale inside for $2 each. Guests will also have the opportunity to vote for their favorite beer during the event and the winning breweries take home a custom trophy! Keep posted for the brewery line-up! Food is available for purchase throughout the event from Hale's Ales Palladium Concessions by cash or credit. A HUGE Thank You to our Sponsors!: MiiR Flag… Organization: Washington Wild. Audience for this event: 21+, Beer lovers, Earth Lovers. Event Size: 150. Is this a nonprofit event? Yes. Saturday, June 8, 2019, 1:00 PM – 5:00 PM. 4301 Leary Way NW Seattle, WA. For more info visit wawild.org.

Newcastle Second Wednesday Business Lunch with Speaker

Newcastle Chamber of Commerce monthly events – schedule: Lunch: Open to the public. Second Wednesday of the month for lunch and speaker presentation. Lunch is 11:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. at Tapatio Mexican Grill, 6920 Coal Creek Parkway Southeast, Newcastle, WA 98059. $20 members $25 non-members. After-Hours Social: Third Thursday of the month. 6:00 p.m. – 7:15 p.m. The events are held at the location of the host’s choosing. Sponsoring business may select to host a Chamber Member only event or an event open to the community. Networking Education Breakfast: Fourth Wednesday of the month. Come at 7:15 a.m. to network and register. The breakfasts start at 7:30 a.m. (check in starts at 7:15) and end at 8:30 a.m. Free to members and first-time attending public. Returning non-members $10. At Regency Newcastle, 7454 Newcastle Golf Club Road, Newcastle,Washington WA 98059. Organization: Newcastle Chamber of Commerce. Audience for this event: Local business owners and community members. Event Size: Varies 20-40 people. Is this a nonprofit event? Yes. Wednesday, June 12, 2019, 11:00 AM – 12:30 PM. Tapatio Mexican Grill, 6920 Coal Creek Parkway SE Newcastle, WA 98059. For more info visit newcastle-chamber.org.

Emerald Queen Casino's Taste of Tacoma

The "Ultimate Summer Get Together" featuring 40+ restaurants & vendors, craft & commercial goods vendors, over 90 live bands & entertainment on 4 stages, live cooking demonstrations & cook-offs at The Taste Cooks! stage, the Rose Garden which includes Wine Tasting & Craft Beer Tasting, outdoor beer gardens, the Funtastic Carnival, sponsor activities & more! Free Admission. Organization: Festivals Inc. Audience for this event: Foodies, Families, Music Lovers. Event Size: 250,000. Is this a nonprofit event? No. Friday, June 21, 2019. Point Defiance Park. 5400 N Pearl St. Tacoma. WA. 98407.

Emerald Queen Casino's Taste of Tacoma

The "Ultimate Summer Get Together" featuring 40+ restaurants & vendors, craft & commercial goods vendors, over 90 live bands & entertainment on 4 stages, live cooking demonstrations & cook-offs at The Taste Cooks! stage, the Rose Garden which includes Wine Tasting & Craft Beer Tasting, outdoor beer gardens, the Funtastic Carnival, sponsor activities & more! Free Admission. Organization: Festivals Inc. Audience for this event: Foodies, Families, Music Lovers. Event Size: 250,000. Is this a nonprofit event? No. Saturday, June 22, 2019. Point Defiance Park. 5400 N Pearl St. Tacoma. WA. 98407.

Emerald Queen Casino's Taste of Tacoma

The "Ultimate Summer Get Together" featuring 40+ restaurants & vendors, craft & commercial goods vendors, over 90 live bands & entertainment on 4 stages, live cooking demonstrations & cook-offs at The Taste Cooks! stage, the Rose Garden which includes Wine Tasting & Craft Beer Tasting, outdoor beer gardens, the Funtastic Carnival, sponsor activities & more! Free Admission. Organization: Festivals Inc. Audience for this event: Foodies, Families, Music Lovers. Event Size: 250,000. Is this a nonprofit event? No. Sunday, June 23, 2019. Point Defiance Park. 5400 N Pearl St. Tacoma. WA. 98407.

ODTUG Kscope19

ODTUG Kscope19 is the premier Oracle developer conference, attracting Oracle experts from all over the world. Individuals from over 30 different countries gather in June each year to learn, share technical content, network, and have fun with like-minded professionals. The inaugural ODTUG Kscope was in 2006; since then it has continued to grow, drawing more presenters and attendees every year. ODTUG Kscope offers many technical content topics—Oracle Database, Oracle Application Express, Oracle EPM-Hyperion, and Oracle Business Intelligence, just to name a few. The conference offers a multitude of educational benefits for attendees. Among the highlights are: 300+ technical sessions Three days of hands-on training All-day symposiums Lunch and learn sessions with Oracle experts Plenty of time to meet and talk with the experts and other participants Along with educational opportunities, ODTUG Kscope offers many fun networking activities, including: Kathleen McCasland Community Service Day—A day fu… Organization: ODTUG. Audience for this event: Oracle developers. Event Size: 1400. Is this a nonprofit event? No. Sunday, June 23, 2019. Washington State Convention Center 705 Pike St. Seattle, WA 98101. For more info visit kscope19.odtug.com.

Defeat Myeloma 5K

Celebrating survivors and patients of Multiple Myeloma, a family friendly 5K run or 1 mile walk. Flat, fast course with views of the water and Mt. Rainier. Music and great food at the finish line and tech shirts. 100% of the proceeds benefits Fred Hutch Cancer Research Center’s immunotherapy research. Organization: Run for Good Racing Company. Audience for this event: All ages, runners, walkers, patients, survivors and community supporters. Event Size: 800. Is this a nonprofit event? Yes. Sunday, June 23, 2019, 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM. Magnuson Park 7400 Sandpoint Way NE Seattle, WA 98115. For more info visit www.defeatmyeloma.org.

ODTUG Kscope19

ODTUG Kscope19 is the premier Oracle developer conference, attracting Oracle experts from all over the world. Individuals from over 30 different countries gather in June each year to learn, share technical content, network, and have fun with like-minded professionals. The inaugural ODTUG Kscope was in 2006; since then it has continued to grow, drawing more presenters and attendees every year. ODTUG Kscope offers many technical content topics—Oracle Database, Oracle Application Express, Oracle EPM-Hyperion, and Oracle Business Intelligence, just to name a few. The conference offers a multitude of educational benefits for attendees. Among the highlights are: 300+ technical sessions Three days of hands-on training All-day symposiums Lunch and learn sessions with Oracle experts Plenty of time to meet and talk with the experts and other participants Along with educational opportunities, ODTUG Kscope offers many fun networking activities, including: Kathleen McCasland Community Service Day—A day fu… Organization: ODTUG. Audience for this event: Oracle developers. Event Size: 1400. Is this a nonprofit event? No. Monday, June 24, 2019. Washington State Convention Center 705 Pike St. Seattle, WA 98101. For more info visit kscope19.odtug.com.

ODTUG Kscope19

ODTUG Kscope19 is the premier Oracle developer conference, attracting Oracle experts from all over the world. Individuals from over 30 different countries gather in June each year to learn, share technical content, network, and have fun with like-minded professionals. The inaugural ODTUG Kscope was in 2006; since then it has continued to grow, drawing more presenters and attendees every year. ODTUG Kscope offers many technical content topics—Oracle Database, Oracle Application Express, Oracle EPM-Hyperion, and Oracle Business Intelligence, just to name a few. The conference offers a multitude of educational benefits for attendees. Among the highlights are: 300+ technical sessions Three days of hands-on training All-day symposiums Lunch and learn sessions with Oracle experts Plenty of time to meet and talk with the experts and other participants Along with educational opportunities, ODTUG Kscope offers many fun networking activities, including: Kathleen McCasland Community Service Day—A day fu… Organization: ODTUG. Audience for this event: Oracle developers. Event Size: 1400. Is this a nonprofit event? No. Tuesday, June 25, 2019. Washington State Convention Center 705 Pike St. Seattle, WA 98101. For more info visit kscope19.odtug.com.

ODTUG Kscope19

ODTUG Kscope19 is the premier Oracle developer conference, attracting Oracle experts from all over the world. Individuals from over 30 different countries gather in June each year to learn, share technical content, network, and have fun with like-minded professionals. The inaugural ODTUG Kscope was in 2006; since then it has continued to grow, drawing more presenters and attendees every year. ODTUG Kscope offers many technical content topics—Oracle Database, Oracle Application Express, Oracle EPM-Hyperion, and Oracle Business Intelligence, just to name a few. The conference offers a multitude of educational benefits for attendees. Among the highlights are: 300+ technical sessions Three days of hands-on training All-day symposiums Lunch and learn sessions with Oracle experts Plenty of time to meet and talk with the experts and other participants Along with educational opportunities, ODTUG Kscope offers many fun networking activities, including: Kathleen McCasland Community Service Day—A day fu… Organization: ODTUG. Audience for this event: Oracle developers. Event Size: 1400. Is this a nonprofit event? No. Wednesday, June 26, 2019. Washington State Convention Center 705 Pike St. Seattle, WA 98101. For more info visit kscope19.odtug.com.

ODTUG Kscope19

ODTUG Kscope19 is the premier Oracle developer conference, attracting Oracle experts from all over the world. Individuals from over 30 different countries gather in June each year to learn, share technical content, network, and have fun with like-minded professionals. The inaugural ODTUG Kscope was in 2006; since then it has continued to grow, drawing more presenters and attendees every year. ODTUG Kscope offers many technical content topics—Oracle Database, Oracle Application Express, Oracle EPM-Hyperion, and Oracle Business Intelligence, just to name a few. The conference offers a multitude of educational benefits for attendees. Among the highlights are: 300+ technical sessions Three days of hands-on training All-day symposiums Lunch and learn sessions with Oracle experts Plenty of time to meet and talk with the experts and other participants Along with educational opportunities, ODTUG Kscope offers many fun networking activities, including: Kathleen McCasland Community Service Day—A day fu… Organization: ODTUG. Audience for this event: Oracle developers. Event Size: 1400. Is this a nonprofit event? No. Thursday, June 27, 2019. Washington State Convention Center 705 Pike St. Seattle, WA 98101. For more info visit kscope19.odtug.com.

20th Annual Arts in Nature Festival

The 20th Arts in Nature Festival: Harmony exists at the nexus of art, nature, and community. The festival offers an eclectic experience of art and performance in the woods of Seattle’s only campground, Camp Long. Rather than rows of vendors and merchants, you’ll find four intimate performance stages, mixed media art installations in 8 rustic cabins, interactive hands-on activities, and winding hiking trails through the great outdoors. Local artists are celebrated for their creativity, ingenuity and invaluable contribution to Seattle culture. Past elements of the Arts in Nature Festival have included live musical performances, poetry and spoken word workshops, interactive dance performances, instrumental workshops, nature printmaking stations, Indigenous crafts and storytelling, educational nature walks, live mural painting, theater in nature and many more. Each year a new cohort of local artists take up residency in Camp Long’s rustic cabins to create durational, interactive art installations. Transforming… Organization: Delridge Neighborhood Development Association. Audience for this event: All-Ages. Event Size: 3,000. Is this a nonprofit event? Yes. Saturday, June 29, 2019. 5200 35th Ave SW: entrance at SW Dawson and, 35th Ave SW, Seattle, WA 98126.

Head for the Cure 5K

Register for the 6th annual Head for the Cure 5K - Seattle, which benefits University of Washington Medicine -Department of Neurology and the Brain Tumor Trials Collaborative. Join us as we raise funds, awareness and hope for the brain tumor community. Organization: Head for the Cure. Audience for this event: All ages, runners, walkers and community supporters. Event Size: 500. Is this a nonprofit event? Yes. Saturday, June 29, 2019, 8:00 AM – 11:00 AM. Marymoor Park 6046 West Lake Sammamish Pkwy NE Redmond, WA 98052. For more info visit events.headforthecure.org.

20th Annual Arts in Nature Festival

The 20th Arts in Nature Festival: Harmony exists at the nexus of art, nature, and community. The festival offers an eclectic experience of art and performance in the woods of Seattle’s only campground, Camp Long. Rather than rows of vendors and merchants, you’ll find four intimate performance stages, mixed media art installations in 8 rustic cabins, interactive hands-on activities, and winding hiking trails through the great outdoors. Local artists are celebrated for their creativity, ingenuity and invaluable contribution to Seattle culture. Past elements of the Arts in Nature Festival have included live musical performances, poetry and spoken word workshops, interactive dance performances, instrumental workshops, nature printmaking stations, Indigenous crafts and storytelling, educational nature walks, live mural painting, theater in nature and many more. Each year a new cohort of local artists take up residency in Camp Long’s rustic cabins to create durational, interactive art installations. Transforming… Organization: Delridge Neighborhood Development Association. Audience for this event: All-Ages. Event Size: 3,000. Is this a nonprofit event? Yes. Sunday, June 30, 2019. 5200 35th Ave SW: entrance at SW Dawson and, 35th Ave SW, Seattle, WA 98126.

Seattle Restaurant Alliance Monthly Meeting

Each month, the Seattle Restaurant Alliance meets to network and discuss issues affecting business. This is a membership event. Check out membership options or request guest invitation on SRA website. Check SRA website to confirm time and place of monthly meetings . https://seattlerestaurantalliance.com. Organization: Seattle Restaurant Alliance. Audience for this event: Restaurateurs. Event Size: Varies. Is this a nonprofit event? Yes. Wednesday, July 3, 2019, 10:00 AM – 11:30 AM. Seattle, WA. For more info visit seattlerestaurantalliance.com.

Ultimate Summer 5k Fun Run/Walk

The Ultimate Summer 5k Fun Run/Walk will be a great family-friendly activity with a kids' dash, followed by the 5k run or walk. Seward Park is the ideal place for a 5k with a 3.1 mile loop around the peninsula. Public restrooms will be available along course. All proceeds from the race will benefit the Beacon Hill International School PTA, which funds many great programs including the guest teacher programs, new library books, 5th grade camp, and many more. Organization: Beacon Hill International School PTA. Audience for this event: Adults and Children. Event Size: 300. Is this a nonprofit event? Yes. Saturday, July 6, 2019, 9:20 AM – 11:00 AM. Seward Park 5900 Lake Washington Blvd S Seattle, WA 98118. For more info visit ultimatesummer5k.racewire.com.

Newcastle Second Wednesday Business Lunch with Speaker

Newcastle Chamber of Commerce monthly events – schedule: Lunch: Open to the public. Second Wednesday of the month for lunch and speaker presentation. Lunch is 11:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. at Tapatio Mexican Grill, 6920 Coal Creek Parkway Southeast, Newcastle, WA 98059. $20 members $25 non-members. After-Hours Social: Third Thursday of the month. 6:00 p.m. – 7:15 p.m. The events are held at the location of the host’s choosing. Sponsoring business may select to host a Chamber Member only event or an event open to the community. Networking Education Breakfast: Fourth Wednesday of the month. Come at 7:15 a.m. to network and register. The breakfasts start at 7:30 a.m. (check in starts at 7:15) and end at 8:30 a.m. Free to members and first-time attending public. Returning non-members $10. At Regency Newcastle, 7454 Newcastle Golf Club Road, Newcastle,Washington WA 98059. Organization: Newcastle Chamber of Commerce. Audience for this event: Local business owners and community members. Event Size: Varies 20-40 people. Is this a nonprofit event? Yes. Wednesday, July 10, 2019, 11:00 AM – 12:30 PM. Tapatio Mexican Grill, 6920 Coal Creek Parkway SE Newcastle, WA 98059. For more info visit newcastle-chamber.org.

Kent Cornucopia Days

South King County's oldest and largest festival features a street fair with a wonderful array of over 300 booths offering a variety of items, including magnificent sells from over 35 food booths to tempt the palate, a car show, and entertainment to capture your attention as well as the Sunday parade. There is something for everyone to enjoy. Organization: Kent Lions Club. Audience for this event: Everyone. Event Size: Thousands. Is this a nonprofit event? Yes. Friday, July 12, 2019. 207 West Meeker St. Kent, WA 98032. For more info visit kcdays.com.

Kent Cornucopia Days

South King County's oldest and largest festival features a street fair with a wonderful array of over 300 booths offering a variety of items, including magnificent sells from over 35 food booths to tempt the palate, a car show, and entertainment to capture your attention as well as the Sunday parade. There is something for everyone to enjoy. Organization: Kent Lions Club. Audience for this event: Everyone. Event Size: Thousands. Is this a nonprofit event? Yes. Saturday, July 13, 2019. 207 West Meeker St. Kent, WA 98032. For more info visit kcdays.com.

Kent Cornucopia Days

South King County's oldest and largest festival features a street fair with a wonderful array of over 300 booths offering a variety of items, including magnificent sells from over 35 food booths to tempt the palate, a car show, and entertainment to capture your attention as well as the Sunday parade. There is something for everyone to enjoy. Organization: Kent Lions Club. Audience for this event: Everyone. Event Size: Thousands. Is this a nonprofit event? Yes. Sunday, July 14, 2019. 207 West Meeker St. Kent, WA 98032. For more info visit kcdays.com.

Albert Lee Appliance Bite of Seattle

Seattle's Original Food & Beverage Showcase featuring 60+ restaurants & pop-up vendors, Craft Beer & Cider Tasting, 90+ live bands, MUNCHIES @ The Mural, free Bite Movie Night (Fri, July 19), outdoor beer gardens, live cooking demos and cook-off battles on The Bite Cooks! stage, The Alley benefiting Food Lifeline, Family Fun Zone, sponsor activities & more! #BiteintoSummer FREE ADMISSION! Organization: Festivals Inc. Audience for this event: Foodies, Families, Music Lovers, Craft Beer, Cider. Event Size: 400,000. Is this a nonprofit event? No. Friday, July 19, 2019. Seattle Center 305 Harrison St. Seattle, WA 98109.

Albert Lee Appliance Bite of Seattle

Seattle's Original Food & Beverage Showcase featuring 60+ restaurants & pop-up vendors, Craft Beer & Cider Tasting, 90+ live bands, MUNCHIES @ The Mural, free Bite Movie Night (Fri, July 19), outdoor beer gardens, live cooking demos and cook-off battles on The Bite Cooks! stage, The Alley benefiting Food Lifeline, Family Fun Zone, sponsor activities & more! #BiteintoSummer FREE ADMISSION! Organization: Festivals Inc. Audience for this event: Foodies, Families, Music Lovers, Craft Beer, Cider. Event Size: 400,000. Is this a nonprofit event? No. Saturday, July 20, 2019. Seattle Center 305 Harrison St. Seattle, WA 98109.

Refuse To Abuse 5k at T-Mobile Park

The Refuse To Abuse® 5K at T-Mobile Park is a unique 5K fun run/walk that takes you around every level of T-Mobile Park, from the top to the players’ tunnel to the final lap around the field. Stepping out on the field level of a major league ball park is an awe-inspiring moment that few have experienced! Funds raised benefit the Washington State Coalition Against Domestic Violence and their statewide violence prevention and education work. Organization: Washington State Coalition Against Domestic Violence. Audience for this event: Adults, teens, children, families. Event Size: 2000. Is this a nonprofit event? Yes. Saturday, July 20, 2019, 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM. 1250 1st Ave S, Seattle, WA 98134. For more info visit p2p.onecause.com.

West Seattle Float Dodger 5K

The Float Dodger 5K is coming back strong for 2019 and we can't wait to run with you! Get ready to run down California Ave SW while being cheered by thousands of people, the entire length of the run. Finish your run with a root beer float! Organization: Run for Good Racing Company. Audience for this event: All ages, runners, walkers and community supporters. Event Size: 500. Is this a nonprofit event? Yes. Saturday, July 20, 2019, 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM. Hiawatha Field 2700 California Ave SW Seattle, WA 98116. For more info visit www.floatdodger5k.com.