3 to See: A Gardening Class, a Farmers Market, and an Art Discussion

Pruning Conifers at the Botanical Gardens

Conifers are so ubiquitous throughout the Pacific Northwest that it can be easy to take them for granted. How can we help our fir-y friends thrive? Whether you’re looking to improve your own garden, or simply want to know more about the trees that color this region, join the Bellevue Botanical Gardens to master the art of pruning conifers

Mercer Island Farmers Market Begins

June 6, the Mercer Island Farmers Market kicks off its summer season. Enjoy the great outdoors by browsing a selection of the freshest and tastiest local products. Support local farmers, meet your neighbors, and discover a new ingredient or two, all while taking in a live bluegrass performance by The Mighty Dreadful. 

Paper and the Power to Change

In “Pulped Under Pressure: The Art of Handmade Paper” at the Bellevue Arts Museum, an all-female group of artists use traditional hand papermaking to tackle some of the most pressing concerns facing civilization today. Guest curators Reni Gower and Melissa Potter take the conversation a step further and offer a deep dive into the exhibition via this virtual discussion.

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