7 Things to Do in South Seattle this Weekend (June 24-26)

7 Things to Do in South Seattle this Weekend (June 24-26)

So much to do this weekend right here in South Seattle. Enjoy!


1. Independence-Day-Resurgence at Ark Lodge Cinemas
Two decades after the first Independence Day invasion, Earth is faced with a new extra-Solar threat. But will mankind’s new space defenses be enough? Find out this weekend at Columbia City’s Ark Lodge Cinemas. Columbia City‬

2. Be Safe Neighborhood Block Party
Free food plus 3-on-3 basketball tournament; 12-4 pm at Rainier Beach Campus Plaza (8825 Rainier Ave. S.). Rainier Beach

3. Fourth Friday Pan-African Family Film Night at Life Enrichment Bookstore
Hidden Colors 4: The Religion of White Supremacy is a documentary about the real and untold history of people of color around the globe. 6:30 pm at Life Enrichment Bookstore. Columbia City‬


4. First Hillman City Field Day
Celebrate and meet your neighbors with this free, fun and family-friendly event. 3 to 8 pm at Brighton Playfield. The grill will be on, the potato sack are warming up, the piñata is being filled! Brighton

5. Pariah at Rainier Beach Library
Part of The Seattle Public Library’s African-American film series celebrating black actors, directors & films. 2-4 pm at Rainier Beach Branch of The Seattle Public Library. Rainier Beach

6. Walk for Rice
Nearly 1,000 people coming together to raise funds for the Food Bank and nutrition programs at Asian Counseling and Referral Service. This all-ages and pet friendly event features cultural celebrations and a 2.5 mile walk/run around Seward Park. Seward Park


7. Bicycle Sunday
One of South Seattle’s most beloved traditions, Bicycle Sunday is an opportunity to bike or walk along Lake Washington Boulevard south of Mount Baker Beach to the entrance to Seward Park sans motorized traffic from 10 am to 6 pm on 14 different Sundays this spring and summer (find full list here). Mount Baker to Seward Park

Have an event to share? Send it to us at gosouthseattle@gmail.com. Photo courtesy of Walk for Rice.


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