3 to See: Gardening, Acting, and Biking

Virtual Garden Workshop

Grow your garden to its full potential with helpful tips from Sasha Shaw, King County’s noxious weed educator. Shaw is hosting a free online virtual workshop sponsored by WSU Extension Master Gardeners from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. on Saturday, May 30. The workshop will be held by Bellevue Demonstration Garden via Zoom. Topics covered will include garden bullies, getting familiar with your garden, and more. So tune in, learn some helpful tips, and go get your grow on by clicking here.

Summer Acting Classes Online

Have an up-and-coming actor at home? If so, check out the Village Theatre’s Youth Education which is going virtual this summer to provide classes for students pre-K through age 20. KIDSTAGE classes begin June 6, and feature 30 different classes tailored to specific interests, such as fun class themes like Frozen, Star Wars, and even Harry Potter. All classes will be held via Zoom. For additional information or to register click here.

Biking for a Good Cause

As national bike month is coming to an end, 7 Hills of Kirkland’s online fundraiser is wrapping up as well, but there’s still time for you to participate! Track your cycling miles throughout this final week of May and you can help raise money to support homeless families throughout the Eastside. Click here to register and attend the Ride With GPS event page where you will find the classic 7 Hills, Metric, and Century routes posted. Take part in some fun daily challenges with prizes for miles ridden and elevation climbed. You can even share photos of your rides, see your route times, and more. So get outside, enjoy some fresh air, and finish off national bike month on the right note while helping out a good cause!

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