It’s July! Time to dance on the beach, watch some global outdoor movies, and hit all the festivals! Then we can improve our cities, tackle homelessness and dismantle racism. It’s just another month in our global city!
1. Polish Festival Seattle
This year, Polish Festival Seattle celebrates Poland’s Mazovian District, and the culture centered around Warsaw. There will be traditional crafts and dancing, but be assured that there will be pierogi! This year, you can even learn how to make your own pierogi, as well as other Polish bread, and desserts. Of course you can also just buy pierogies, golabki, placki, kielbasa, have a polish beer and go dancing!
I’m really at a loss as to how to describe BABYMETAL, a Japanese teen “metal idol” band, so I’ll just let it speak for itself.
3. Seafair Indian Days Pow Wow
Seattle is lucky to have a great number of choices for a great time during Seafair, including Dragon Fest and Bon Odori. We’d like to suggest the 29th Annual Indian Days Pow Wow featuring dancing and hand drum competitions, along with Native art, food and celebration.
4. Ananda Mela
Billed as the largest outdoor cultural festival in the Pacific Northwest, Ananda Mela is held at the Redmond City Hall campus, and draws up to about 25,000 people a year. Expect live music, dance, visual arts, with cooking and chess competitions and activities for all ages.
5. What’s Done is Done
Are you tired of every type of role being filled by white people? In a refreshing turn of events, you can watch a reinvention of Shakespeare’s “Macbeth” played by stars from Bollywood.
You’ll find even more things to do in Seattle this month on The Seattle Globalist events calendar.
Have an event to share? Are we missing something enticing near you? It’s easy to submit your own Globalist event online. We’ll see you around town, as we share the best of the world, right here at home.