8 things to do at home and around Seattle this weekend (July 10-12)
Hello Seattle, we bet you guys are feeling pretty antsy to find something new to do. So we’ll do our best to help you out and give you some fun ideas. Because during this time it can be really hard to find things to do. So here are 8 things to do at home and around Seattle this weekend.
Yes, we’ve talked about it before. But this weekend is the end of the Volunteer Park Conservatories yearly plant sale. So be sure to hop online to snag yourself some new plant babies! You don’t want to miss this.
When: July 7-11
Lavender Weekend is really just Lavender season this year. So if you’ve been dying to get out of the house, head to Sequim! This is a great way to support local farmers and get bundles of this amazing smelling plant. And that’s a win-win if you ask us.
When: Through July
Where: Sequim, WA
Well folks if you’ve missed hitting up the Fremont market or just outdoor markets in general, check out this swap meet. Because it’s happening for one day only and you don’t want to miss out on some new treasures.
When: July 11, 12-8 pm
Where: Big Top Curiosity Shop, 8507 14th Ave S
We all love Seattle summer and its truly the perfect time to enjoy patios. So with that in mind, we thought we’d help you out with a few newly reopened to rediscover. Because what’s better than spending a sunny weekend on your fav patio?
We made a little list of things to visit around the city that will make you feel like a tourist. And if you haven’t already checked it out, we highly recommend that you do. After all, it’s always fun to discover new things.
If you’re a fan of board games but stuck living alone you should check out this event that Ada’s has been doing for 2.5 years! You can enjoy socially distanced board games and even D&D so we highly recommend that you check it out.
When: July 11, 7-11 pm
Well folks it’s your lucky weekend for vintage & open-air markets. If you’re into higher-end vintage and antiques, you can’t miss this market. There will be vendors from several of Georgetown’s best antique dealers. So you might as well check it out.
When: July 11, 11-7 pm
Where: Kirk Albert Vintage Furnishings, 5517 Airport Way S
If you’re looking to watch more Black films, here’s a great opportunity. The Seattle Black Film Festival will be going online this year. And streaming is by donation so if you’re able to make a larger donation, we highly recommend that you do so. Plus it’s one of the best things happening in Seattle this weekend.
When: July 10-12
Okay, folks, we hope that you enjoy these things to do at home and around Seattle this weekend. And honestly, this weekend is looking pretty great for events. So we hope that you guys check out at least one of these events. Regardless, have a great weekend and we’ll catch you next week!