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* November 1, 7:00pm-9:00pm: '''[http://www.rivetmagazine.org/riveted/archives/2005/10/rivet_trivia_ni_1.html Rivet Trivia Night @ The Hopvine]''' Save your soul! Take part in Rivet Trivia Night @ [[The Hopvine]].
 
* November 1, 7:00pm-9:00pm: '''[http://www.rivetmagazine.org/riveted/archives/2005/10/rivet_trivia_ni_1.html Rivet Trivia Night @ The Hopvine]''' Save your soul! Take part in Rivet Trivia Night @ [[The Hopvine]].
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* November 20 Noon to 3:00pm: '''[http://www.hope-link.org/takeaction/turkeytrot Turkey Trot]''' 5k fun walk in [[Kirkland]] to help [http://www.hope-link.org Hopelink] to provide for homeless and low-income families during the holidays''
   
 
== 2004 ==
 
== 2004 ==

Revision as of 20:20, November 21, 2005

This page archives events that previously were included on the Current events template.

2005

  • June 30-July 4: Tall Ships Tacoma includes Parade of Sails in Commencement Bay and display, tours, and simulated battles of tall ships
  • July 11-August 7: SEAFAIR, hydroplane races and an air show on Lake Washington, U.S. Navy and Coast Guard fleet arrival, and several other activities around Seattle
  • July 21: Thee Casual Plaids punkadelic rock at the Sunset Tavern (last band around midnight). Appearing with the ToneBlasters and Mercurius. Presented by Sheli Story from Hillbilly Punkshop.
  • July 30-31: Capitol Hill Block Party featuring over 50 bands on four stages; multiple beer gardens; community activist, artist, and food booths
  • August 9: Medina Days Concert in the Park & Back to School Drive benefiting the Hopelink Hoops for Hope School Supply Drive
  • September 16-18: Friends of Shoreline Library Fall Book Sale at Shoreline Library
  • September 9-25: The Puyallup Fair, largest single event held in Washington each year; among the top ten fairs in the world
  • October 2:
    • 9:00am: City of Hope's Walk for Hope to Cure Breast Cancer at Magnuson Park; also a 5K fun run. Registration $25 before September 30, $30 after.
    • 6:00pm: Fundraising event to help New Orleans Musicians at Fremont Baptist Church, featuring Correo Aereo, Harper Tasche, Crookshank, Piper's Creek & Telynor. $15 suggested donation.
  • October 15: Tashiro Kaplan Aritsts Lofts is hosting a collective art opening. Many live/work studios will be open, a fundraising auction, and preformances will occur. At Pioneer Square, 115 Prefontaine Pl. S, from 4-9pm.
  • October 21 and 22, 7:00pm-9:00pm: Halloween hayrides and nocturnal walks at Camp Long, 5200 35th Ave SW. Halloween songs and stories at a bonfire or see spiders, snakes, owls, and pond creatures on the walk. $10/person or $35 for a family of four. Registration: 206-784-7434 or camplong@seattle.gov.
  • October 23, 10:00am: Backcountry Bicycle Trails Club Middle Fork Snoqualmie ride, a moderately paced and technically intermediate ride on rolling terrain outside North Bend. Helmets mandatory. Sign up: 206-524-2900 or www.bbtc.org.
  • November 20 Noon to 3:00pm: Turkey Trot 5k fun walk in Kirkland to help Hopelink to provide for homeless and low-income families during the holidays

2004

  • July 17: 2nd Annual KEXP BBQ starts at 6:00 pm
  • September 14: Primary elections
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