It’s a new weekend folks! Somehow June is almost over and things are kind of feeling normal again. With that in mind, it’s time to get out there and eat some food, see some sights, and have some fun. Here are 10 socially distant things to do in Seattle this weekend.

“Scenes from the Middle Class” by Dana Robinson

You can see a brand new show by Brooklyn-based multimedia artist Dana Robinson at Specialist Gallery. Robinson’s work touches on themes like youth, Black feminine identity, ownership, and nostalgia. The show is definitely worth checking out but be sure to make an appointment ahead of time.

When: On until June 19th
Where: 300 South Washington Street
Cost: Free

Plan a summer date

Have an SO or just met someone? Need some help planning a date? Don’t worry, we have you covered with dates you can do both in the city and around the state. Ranging from short and sweet to whole trips, there are tons of ways to have fun with your special person.

Where: Click above to see our picks

Explore Capitol Hill’s hidden gems

You probably think that you’ve seen every nook and cranny of Capitol Hill but we have a few spots that you might not have visited. So if you’re planning on heading to the hill this weekend be sure to check out our recommendations for the hill’s hidden gems. Who knows, you might just find a new fave.

Where: Click above to see our picks

See what’s new on Netflix

June’s Netflix additions are a bit slim. But hey, summer is basically here and that means it’s time to get outside. So if you need a movie or two or TV show, Netflix has you covered as always. If you find a diamond in the rough in this month’s additions let us know.

Where: Click above to see our picks

Enjoy a tasty brunch

Seattle is reopening, why not treat yourself and some friends to an amazing brunch? Seattle restaurants have you covered with classic offerings all the way up to more adventurous fusion options. Of course, we made a list of some of our faves so that you don’t have to look too hard.

Where: Click above to see our picks

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Saya Moriyasu, spooky actions at a distance

This show revolves around the idea of open eyes, mouths, doors, and portals bridging the distance between time and space. Moriyasu’s work includes ceramic sculptures and oil on porcelain canvas. It’s her first solo show with J. Rinehart Gallery so we absolutely recommend checking it out.

When: Until June 26th
Where: 319 3rd Avenue South
Cost: Free

2021 University of Washington MFA + MDes Thesis Exhibition

The end-of-year exhibition at the Henry is one of the best ways to see what recently graduated and local artists are creating. You’ll get to see fresh work and help support our local artists. Plus this year it’s even better because work will be included from 2020’s graduates as well.

When: Until June 27th
Where: 15th Ave NE and NE 41st St
Cost: Free

Camp Canlis

Canlis’ most recent reinvention is happening until the end of the month and will probably be the last one for a while as the restaurant looks towards reopening. Camp Canlis is a great excuse to treat yourself to some amazing food and also check out what the restaurant is doing with new head chef Aisha Ibrahim.

When: Until June 30th
Where: 2576 Aurora Ave N
Cost: Varies

Check out a new restaurant

Seattle is coming back to life and that means the city has tons of new restaurants that you should check out. These spots serve up delicious food and inventive drinks. So get out there, try a new dish and support a local spot, it’s a win-win for everyone. Don’t worry, we made a list of everything to check out for you guys.

Where: Click above to see our picks

Summer Book Bingo

Seattle Public Libraries Adult Summer Bingo is back and better than ever! This year’s summer reading board has book slots like small press, QTBIPOC, Black joy, and more. We highly recommend participating as it’s a great way to check out new books. Plus if you finish your board you can mail it into the library for a chance to win prizes.

When: Until September 7th

As always, that’s what we have for you to do in Seattle this weekend. We hope that you get out there and if you do, have some fun, be safe, you know the drill. We’ll catch you back here next week!