From sipping wine to celebrating Tibetan culture, to riding on a choo-choo train, there’s fun for the whole family this weekend around Puget Sound!

Snoqualmie Railroad Days
Friday, Saturday and Sunday
August 19, 20 and 21
The Snoqualmie Depot
38625 SE King Street
Snoqualmie, WA 98065

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Live music and entertainment including Eric Ode, Nancy Stewart, Brian Vogan and Clay Martin’s Puppet Theatre. North Bend Theatre’s Banana Boogie, model railroad demonstrations. Train rides, inflatable amusements, a climbing wall, and a fast pitch radar booth. Wine and beer gardens, arts and crafts.

Fresh Paint Festival
Saturday and Sunday
August 20 and 21
Port of Everett Marina
1205 Craftsman Way
Everett, WA 98201

15th Annual Festival of Artists in Everett. The entire length of the promenade will be filled with more artists than ever, turning the Everett Marina into a huge outdoor studio and sidewalk gallery. Glassblowing, art walk, juried show.

Celebrate Shoreline
Friday, Saturday and Sunday
August 19, 20 and 21
Ridgecrest Elementary School
16516 10th Avenue NE
Shoreline, WA 98155

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Festival, car show, parade, skateboard competition, food and entertainment. 

Saturday and Sunday,
August 20 and 21
Seattle Center
305 Harrison Street
Seattle, WA 98109

16th Annual TibetFest. Food, photo exhibition, traditional and contemporary Tibetan musicians, and handcrafts, all celebrating the Tibetan culture.
SAT-SUN Explore the customs of Tibet with arts & crafts, prayer flags, traditional foods and activities for kids at Seattle Center.

Kitsap Wine Festival
Saturday, August 20
Harborside Fountain Park
251 1st St
Bremerton, WA 98337

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The third annual Kitsap Wine Festival at a celebration of food and wine on Bremerton’s scenic waterfront, benefiting Harrison Medical Center Foundation. Delicious bites from area restaurants, live music from Tonze and North End Jazz Quartet.