Movies at Marymoor: ‘Jurassic Park’ & ‘Grease’
Marymoor Park: 6046 West Lake Sammamish Pkwy NE, Redmond; 9:15–11:30 p.m., $25 per car, all ages
Every Wednesday and Thursday until the end of August, Marymoor Park will host a drive-in cinema with your favorite classic movies. This week, you can catch “Jurassic Park” (the original of course) and “Grease” (no remake, technically, but “Grease 2” didn’t add much) on the big screen. It’s recommended to purchase tickets in advance, but tickets will also be sold at entry if space allows. There will be food trucks on site so you can enjoy dinner and a movie! Is this not a great physically-distanced set up for you and your bubble, be that a party of one or more? “We go together like rama lama lama ka dinga da dinga dong…”.
Understanding Financial Statements
Score: online event; 9 a.m., register at link, free
Are you a new business owner or looking to become one? This info session will help you understand your financial statements and how they apply to your business. Topics covered will be balance sheets, finance/accounting, income statements and taxes. This is also a great opportunity to connect and network with other entrepreneurs at different stages who can help you learn. Finances and money can often be a hush-hush topic for many, so this online event is working toward breaking down those barriers to provide info and wisdom that business owners from all experiences can grow from.
BLM July Book Club: ‘How to Be an Antiracist’ by Ibram X. Kendi
Ada’s Technical Books & Café: online event; 10–11 a.m., register at link, free
Ada’s will host an ongoing book club that looks to create space within community for discussing race. The literature chosen looks to address anti-Black racism. While the groups are discussion-based, there is no room for any disrespect or lack of respect, and all members are asked to come with an open mind to learning and relearning concepts and realities. The moderator, Nathalie M., will sometimes send discussion topics prior to the meetings; there is also room for participants to add intro curriculum, including articles to expand the discussion. At the link above, you can see the full list of books for 2020. So, if you’re looking to find a book club community or just for a great new reading list, check out Ada’s.
Rainier Beach Farm Stand Produce Distribution
Rainier Beach Action Coalition: 8825 Rainier Ave S, Seattle; 10 a.m.–2 p.m., pay what you can, all ages
They say the best things in life are simple, like the fresh, delicious produce from local, POC-led farms. The produce will be available every Saturday throughout the summer. Everything is pay what you can, so no one will be turned away from good, healthy food, but if you can give more, please do — you’ll be supporting a good cause and a burgeoning community.
NW Bloom Farm: 15410 NE 124th St, Redmond; 10 a.m.–3p.m., $4/pint or $6/quart, all ages
What’s better than freshly picked, organic blueberries? Probably not much. Do yourself a favor and head out to the Blueberry U-Pick to fill up on delicious blueberries. As a heads up, the farm is not perfectly groomed, so expect to come across thorns, molehills and bees. Close-toed shoes and sun protection (hats especially) are recommended for all visitors. You can also pick up some pre-picked blueberries if you’re not in the mood to pick them yourself.
Consent Academy: online event; 2–4 p.m., register with email@example.com, donations encouraged, all ages
This monthly chat is a great resource for everyone, as learning about consent culture is something that affects us all. Whether you’re a teen or a senior, the importance of consent is still paramount in day-to-day life. The discussion will look at current consent culture in our communities and within ourselves. How consent can be affirmed or violated will also be discussed. The afternoon invites everyone who is ready to approach the discussion with an open mind. This will be a great space to build connections and take steps to create cultures of consent.
Calendar compiled by Michelle Galluzzo. Got something we should know about? Email it to firstname.lastname@example.org. The deadline for calendar submissions is nine days prior to the date of publication.
Read more in the July 8-14, 2020 issue.