Jam-packed weekend

  • Herald staff
  • Friday, May 27, 2011 12:31pm
  • Life

Ideas for your Memorial Day weekend to-do list:

Catch a film: The Seattle International Film Festival runs through June 12. Twenty-five films are even showing in Everett. You can read about the films that are playing in Everett here. For details on the entire schedule, check the SIFF website. For Robert Horton’s suggestions for the coming week of films, click here.

Hear a lot of music: This weekend is the 40th anniversary of the Northwest Folklife Festival in Seattle. Folklife is a jam-packed weekend of music. It begins Friday, with events each day until 10 p.m. Monday. You can’t beat the price: FREE. Find details here and read about a local band that will play Sunday right here.

Celebrate Memorial Day: Events are planned on Monday and through the long weekend. See our list, separated by city, right here.

Ogle classic cars: Cruzin’ To Colby takes to Everett streets on Sunday on Monday. Expect to see hundreds of hot rods, antiques and muscle cars. You can read more about it here.

See the Lipizzaner Stallions: The elegant equines return to Everett on Saturday and Sunday. The horses and their riders will show off their fancy dance moves and aerial antics. Read the details in our story here.

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