Fiberglass windows are 8x stronger than vinyl, lower maintenance than wood, more thermally , Snohomish Health District SPONSORED Cheers to the parents and guardians who keep their kids safe and healthy. The moving, yet entirely nonmotorized, festivities step off on Saturday (June 18, 2 p.m.), with giant papier mch puppets, beribboned and costumed revelers and floats that dont always make sense but radiate enthusiasm. If you just want to avoid getting stuck in traffic behind a bunch of painted, naked people, you should. Should Dori ride in the Fremont Solstice Parade or dine with Jay? As usual, the weekendlong Fremont Fair (June 18-19) features arts, crafts, food and a strong line-up of live music.This year watch for Seattle R&B star Parisalexa, Northwest indie folksters Kuinka and hard-rocking local band Beverly Crusher, named after a Star Trek character and specializing in sick guitar solos by Cozell Wilson. Since its creation in 1972, the Fremont Fair has supported small business and crafters. Whoops! The REVIVAL: Juneteenth Pop-up Market (June 19, 11 a.m-3 p.m.) will take place in the inviting public square and feature Black-owned businesses, from specialty foods to beauty products to Art Noir, the forthcoming Black arts venue. For a complete list of Fremont Fair market vendors and a weekend schedule of music performances and locations, visit FremontFair.com. Our Team The Fremont Solstice Parade a Seattle signifier of summer since 1989 returns this weekend after a two-year pandemic hiatus. Prior to the pandemic, the Fairs craft market filled six city blocks, with sellers of home goods, jewelry, original art, clothing, and unique foods. The fair will run from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Saturday and from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Sunday.
(Brangien Davis/Crosscut). The dad who cooks a meal with something green in it, even though hes tired and drive-thru burgers were tempting. You can always change it later! Whoop! Two of these humanoid extraterrestrials appear to be very pregnant.But what kind of space children will they birth? Copyright 1997-2015, Vocus PRW Holdings, LLC. Held at Judkins Park (June 19, 11 a.m. 5 p.m.), the event invites participants to bring or borrow roller skates (free rentals onsite) and go for a spin. ArtSEA: NASA space photos and a Seattle artists galaxy of work, WA agriculture workers look to retain momentum of pandemic strikes, Local Pride events signal a shift away from corporate support, 'Like sitting in a sauna': Heat waves cause misery in WA prisons, As WA heats up, here's how to keep cool without air conditioning, Lasers help WA scientists find potential landslide hazards, WA, BC leaders weigh closing controversial salmon farms, Reversing Roe v. Wade: The Impacts for Washington State, public art by several local Black artists.