3 to See: PopUp StoryWalk, Northwest Naturals Expo, and Issaquah’s Fall Festival

Kids’ Story Walk

Starting Oct. 18 and running through Nov. 1, local literacy program PopUp StoryWalk will display David Litchfield’s The Bear and The Piano at the Kirkland Urban marketplace. Beginning in the lobby, children can read the deconstructed storybook on display while walking through the plaza. The program encourages children to both get reading and get active while appreciating outdoor community spaces. Learn more on Kirkland Urban’s website.

Northwest Naturals Expo

The Northwest Natural Expo is a drive-through experience offered alongside online presentations and a raffle. Attendees can pick up a goody-bag of sponsored health and beauty projects and park to grab soul food from trucks parked at the Renton Pavilion. This year’s theme is Melanin Magic. According to the event page, the Northwest Natural Expo is striving this year to celebrate beauty and wellness in the melanin-rich community and culture of the Pacific Northwest. Register and see specifics on Eventbrite.

Issaquah Goes Apples

This autumn celebration in downtown Issaquah has a little bit of everything expected from local harvest season festivities, from cider making, pumpkin picking, and apple-infused food offerings to a Blown Glass Pumpkin Patch by Issaquah glass blowers. Activities coincide with a pop-up produce market from local farmers and walking tours in the downtown district. Check out details here.

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