Tuesday, June 28, 2011

School's Out!!! Now What?!?!?!?

Don't be like these guys.

Don't get caught with nothing to do this Summer.

Obviously, the first place I'd recommend you look for something to do this Summer would be at you local library.

But, even I know there is only so much time you can spend in a library during the Summer, especially in the Pacific Northwest.

Fortunately there are some nearby events this July that are pretty cheap or even free:

Why not try to break the world record for participants in a Zombie Walk on July 2nd?

Or catch a fireworks show at Gas Works Park on the 4th.

July 8-10th you could go to a community festival in either Sultan or Arlington.

Or expand your musical horizons with the Bluegrass Festival in Darrington July 15-17.

July 16-17th you could check out the Mill Creek Festival.

Or July 29-31st there are two more festivals in Lake Stevens and Gold Bar.

Whatever you decide to do this Summer remember to have fun, be safe, and visit your local library for Summer Reading or just to say 'Hi!' Do you have any cool Summer plans? Share them with us in the Comments section!


Rachael said...

We went to Gasworks Park last 4th! The fireworks were amazing! I don't see myself getting bored this summer. I'll be helping my family paint our house, going to see Les Miserables at the 5th Avenue Theatre, going to Creation Fest in Enumclaw, going to Silverwood in Idaho, hanging out with family and friends, and, of course, reading as many good books as possible!:)

BigV said...

sometime in July there is an arts festival in Langley, Whidbey Island called Chachokum. It's a lot of fun!