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Erika's weekend picks: The Festival at Mt. Si, Salmonfest, and Into the Woods

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Erika Lee Bigelow lives in Seattle with her husband, three kids, one dog and nine fish. On Fridays you can find her on Q13 at 9:15 a.m. with a hand-picked list of family-friendly activities for the weekend. Here's what's on this weekend.


The Festival at Mt. Si, Fri-Sun, Si View Park. A North Bend showcase of live entertainment, snacks, crafts, fireworks and more. Parade, competitions and pet contests on Saturday. festivalatmtsi.org


Subaru Kids Obstacle Challenge, Sat 9:30-1:30 pm. Marymoor Park. Kids 5-16 can compete in this 1 mile military-style challenge course. BYO change of clothes for car ride home. $40, one free parent entry per child. kidsobstaclechallenge.com


Salmonfest Seattle, Sat/Sun 11-8, Lake City. FREE. Formerly known as Lake City Pioneer Days, come enjoy this weekend street fair with a vintage car show, parade and games and, oh yeah, a salmon bake. salmonfestseattle.com


Camp Burbank Community Campout, Sat/Sun, Luther Burbank Park. BYO tent & sleeping bags and join the fun in an urban campout complete with kayaking, fishing, swimming, beach volleyball and s'mores. Sat dinner and Sun breakfast included. Pre-register. $45, $35 ages 4-12, $5 ages 1-3, free younger than 1. mercergov.org


Bookmaking Workshop with Wendy Wahman, Mockingbird Books, Sat 1-3 p.m. Author/Illustrator, Wendy Wahman, will help you create your own 'Insight Book', a tome of your very own art and writing. $5. Pre-register. mockingbirdbooksgl.com


Into the Woods, Fri/Sat 7:30 p.m. Sun 3 p.m. thru Aug 16. West Seattle High School Theater. Local company Twelfth Night Productions brings this popular mash-up of fairy tales to musical life. $18-20. brownpapertickets.com

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