Get Out, Seattle! Arts and Cultural Events, Week of July 5

Posted on July 05, 2016, 9:52 am
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July is here and it’s time to make good on our independence with a fresh crop of new outings and happenings. On Tuesday, Seattle Chamber Music Society kicks off three weeks of chamber music with their Summer Music Festival. If you’re more the noise/experimental/rock/pop type, head to Barboza in Capitol Hill on Wednesday for HEALTH, with Yumi Zouma + Cuff Lynx. On Thursday, Patricia Rovzar Gallery will christen their new space with the opening of a new exhibit: “Rooted,” featuring the work of Jerri Lisk. Fans of fantasy and adventure have a weekend of fun in store when EMP Museum hosts Myth and Magic Faire, with events on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Finally, round out the week with a stroll through the unique and historical Georgetown neighborhood at the 21st Annual Georgetown Garden Walk on Sunday. The sun is high, the mood is right and it’s time to Get Out! Seattle.

Tuesday, July 5

Seattle Chamber Music Society Presents: Summer Music Festival

Tuesday, July 5-30. Individual tickets are $50 or $188 for a 4-Concert Variety Series.

Seattle Chamber Music Society Presents: Summer Music Festival, July 5-30

Wednesday, July 6

HEALTH with Yumi Zouma + Cuff Lynx at Barboza

Wednesday, July 6, 8pm. Tickets are $10, or $3 for fans who follow this RSVP link.

HEALTH with Yumi Zouma + Cuff Lynx at Barboza, July 6

Thursday, July 7

Patricia Rovzar Gallery Presents: “Rooted” by Jerri Lisk

July 7-31

Patricia Rovzar Gallery Presents: “Rooted” by Jerri Lisk, July 7-31

Friday, July 8

EMP Museum Presents: Myth and Magic Faire

July 8-10. Visit empmuseum.org for a complete schedule and ticketing information.

EMP Museum Presents: Myth & Magic Faire, July 8-10

Saturday, July 9

Inye Wokoma: This Is Who We Are

July 9-September 4

Inye Wokoma: This Is Who We Are, July 9-September 4

Sunday, July 10

21st Annual Georgetown Garden Walk

Sunday, July 10, 10am – 5pm

21st Annual Georgetown Garden Walk, July 10

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