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How to Stay Social in Seattle this Summer | Fedelta Home Care, Seattle WA
May 15, 2015
How to Stay Social in Seattle this Summer
From our newsletter:
The Seattle area is one of the best spots in the country to spend summer – the days are typically sunny and the heat and humidity are rarely oppressive. This presents a perfect opportunity for caregivers and those they’re taking care of to get out and enjoy the sights and sounds of a Seattle summer. Here are just a few ways both caregivers and seniors can enjoy summer in Seattle this year.
Seattle International Film Festival, May 14 – June 7
Various theatres throughout the city
SIFF has grown to be the largest film festival in the country and is the perfect respite for a busy caregiver and their senior companion. Travel the world in a single day and make a new friend while standing in line!
Black Arts Festival, June 20-21
Nothing beats spending time at the Seattle Center in summer. With museums, food, and events, it’s the perfect place to meet new people. Festival Sundiata celebrates African-American art, entertainment and culture at several events. Admission is free.
Father’s Day Car Show, June 21
For the vintage car enthusiasts, the 10th annual Fenders on Front Street Vintage Car Show is the perfect choice. It attracts thousands of visitors. Come enjoy live music, family fun and awards. Admission is free.
Chamber Music in the City, July 6-August 1
Nordstrom Recital Hall at Benaroya Hall
The Seattle Chamber Music Society’s Summer Festival present numerous opportunities to enjoy world-class musicians. 7:00 recitals are free or you can purchase tickets for the 8:00pm concerts.
Bite of Seattle, July 17-19
Enjoy tasty treats from over 50 Seattle restaurants and this annual event that grows in popularity each year. In addition to great food, they’ll be cooking demos, wine tastings, a beer garden and entertainment.
Free Park Day, August 25
All national parks
All national parks – including Mount Rainier and Olympic National Park – have free admission today. North Cascades National Park has free admission year-round.
Makah Days Celebration, August 28-30
There’s no better place to close out summer than at scenic Neah Bay in the northwest corner of the state. The Makah nation invites you to come and enjoy traditional singing, dancing, canoe races and games. Admission is free.
Reprinted with permission. Copyright 2015, IlluminAge.