Sat, Aug 22 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.
The Hibulb Cultural Center and Natural History Preserve revives, restores, protects, interprets, collects and enhances the history, traditional cultural values and spiritual beliefs of the Tulalip Tribes. Come learn about the many tribes that called the Pacific Northwest home. Admission $6-10.
Sun, Aug 23 12-5 p.m. FREE
Be inspired by works in “The Art of Protest” display, which address social, ethical, economic, environmental, racial, health, and political issues facing the U.S. and the world today. The collection includes protest posters and a variety of other art by talented artists who play an integral part in exposing, protesting, and righting injustices. The Art of Protest is curated by artist, Seattle Print Arts board member, and screenprinting work parties organizer, Claire Jauregui. Private appointments also available: email email@example.com
Sun, Aug 23 11 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Open through Aug. 30, you can bring a picnic and come meet the animals at the Mary Olson Farm on this beautifully restored historic property! To maintain social distancing the weaving shed and farmhouse will be closed for the season, but there is plenty to see and do. Free admission during regular open hours. A suggested donation of $5 per adult and $2 per child is appreciated to help maintain the property.
Sat, Aug 22 1 p.m. FREE (virtual)
Join Librarian Sharon as she shares some of her favorite folk and fairy tales for kids ages 4 to 7. Part of the Maple Valley Summer Reading Program, this series is guaranteed to get their imaginations humming. The program is between 15 and 20 minutes long. Go to the Maple Valley Library Facebook Page, then scroll down and look for the Facebook Live video.
Take a Culinary Vacation
We can’t travel to foreign lands right now, so why not bring those cuisines to your home instead? Challenge your kids to create a menu and cook a meal from a different state or country every week. Japanese curry, Hawaiian poke bowls, Mexican street tacos, Louisiana jambalaya … the options are endless. Extra points if they can tell you a little history about the dish.