Things To Do

8 things to do in Seattle this week (Aug 31-September 4)

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Well, folks its a new week in Seattle and a new month. So that means its time to get out there and see what’s happening around the city. And luckily this week there are a few things to checkout. So here are 8 things to do around Seattle this week.

Check out Pike-Pine Summer United

This Capitol Hill event is still going strong. And what’s best of all is that you can get 10% off at participating spots just by mentioning #PikePineSummer. Plus if you share a photo at the business you check out, you might just win tickets to Capitol Hill Block Party 2021.

When: Through September 10
Where: Participating businesses
Cost: Varies

Check out the Seattle Hip-Hop Window Art Gallery

This unique window art gallery is on display at Sonic Boom records and ends on August 31. So be sure to check it out while you still can. So not only is this a great way to see art, but it’s also a great way to support Black art.

When: August 31
Where: 2209 NW Market St

Enjoy some tunes from Strict Tempo

This weekly dance party on Twitch never disappoints. So if you want to get down at home you should definitely check it out. After all, it’ll probably make your week and you can have some friends over to join in on the fun.

When: September 3
Where: Online
Cost: By donation

Check out this Sailgating Party

If you happen to have a boat you can join in on this unique “Sailgating” party. But there’s a twist, this event is all about sustainability so come on your sailboats, kayaks, paddleboards to enjoy an evening of eats and sustainability talks.

When: September 1
Where: 220 2nd Ave S
Cost: $10+

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Shop Small Mall

This unique online shopping “mall” allows you to shop from local makers and it happens every other Friday. So if you like supporting local businesses and makers you should definitely check this out. You might just find something you need or a gift for a friend.

When: September 4
Where: Online
Cost: Free

Learn about Native Plant Landscape

We have to say we’re pretty excited that so many people have gotten more interested in plants during the pandemic. So if you fall into that category you might want to check out this virtual learning session from the Burke Museum. You’ll learn all about working with native plants and restoring them.

When: September 3
Where: Online
Cost: Free

Listen to live music at Chophouse Row

We’re big fans of Capitol Hills Chophouse Row and this week you can enjoy live music while you shop or dine. So if you plan on visiting one of the row’s shops or restaurants be sure to do it on Thursday or throughout the weekend to hear some tunes.

When: September 3
Where: 1424 11th Ave
Cost: Free

Outdoor trivia at Hattie’s Hat

If you’ve missed going out to trivia night you can now enjoy it socially distanced and outside at Hattie’s Hat. And honestly, this sounds pretty dang fun because this Ballard spot is truly unique. So we’re sure their trivia night will be equally unique and fun.

When: September 3
Where: 5231 Ballard Ave
Cost: Varies

Okay folks that’s what we have for you to do this week in Seattle. We hope you guys have a great first week of September. And be sure to have some fun! We’ll catch you guys back here this weekend.