3 to See: Book Group, Music Online, and Walkable Shopping

Redmond Morning Book Group

Keeping connected with our communities is important, as many of us are staying home and missing time with friends and family. The City of Redmond has planned free, virtual events and activities to keep those 50 and up connected. On the first Saturday of each month, the Saturday Monthly Book Group meets via Zoom. All are welcome to join. You can register here or call 425-556-2300 for more information.

Live Virtual Concert

We miss seeing live music almost as much as musicians miss playing. The Kirkland Performance Center is bringing music into our homes while event venues are closed with its free concert live streams as part of their KPC At-Home programming.  Its next event Aug. 6, will feature Lucien LaMotte, a guitarist, composer, and singer-songwriter living in Kirkland. The concert starts at 8 p.m. Find out more about LaMotte and where to stream the concert for free here.

Walking in Edmonds

Interested in window shopping and dining out in downtown Edmonds but wanting to avoid the crowds? To make it easier for people to enjoy the city while socially distancing, Edmonds is doing “Walkable Main Street” every weekend for the foreseeable future. From 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. on Saturday and 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. on Sunday, you can be assured of plenty of room to stroll downtown Edmonds, as Main Street is closed to cars. Outdoor dining and retail displays will be part of this weekly event.

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