I’d be lying if I said I wasn’t particularly excited about the round-up of this weekend’s events. There’s just some REALLY good stuff happening around the area. Can’t wait to hear what everyone is planning on doing to celebrate this first weekend of SUMMER! Here are a few healthy and fun events from around the area!
The Mariners are excited to announce the 1st Annual Yoga Day at Safeco Field presented by Yoga Alliance and Pro Positive Yoga in partnership with Seattle Yoga News & Yoga Panda. This unique event gives fans the opportunity to combine two components of an active lifestyle – yoga and baseball! Grab more info here!
Join the Co-op’s Garden Center for our annual Summer Garden Party! Enjoy samples & fares from some of our favorite local producers. Learn more here.
Join in on the second PNW-X hike + yoga excursion to Lake 22. Meet at lululemon athletica Pacific Place at 12pm and then caravan out to the trailhead. After arriving at the lake, stetch your limbs with a vinyasa flow. Talk about zen…
Make sure to pack water + your yoga mat.
Snacks will be provided.
Lake 22 Trail – 5.4 mi roundtrip
Event is complimentary. Learn more here.
KIDS can have just as much FUN as their Parents!
Get the Kids Hooked on the Bellingham KIDS Traverse, a fun relay race that celebrates the journey of wild salmon. 6 – 12 year olds form SOLO (Chinook), TANDEM (Coho), RELAY TEAMS (Chum) to run, bike and compete on an obstacle course through Bellingham’s Squalicum Creek Park. Learn more here.
Stand Up Paddle Board Yoga in Bowman Bay! Remember how we just shared about Bowman here on NW Healthy Mama?! Connect with the elements and take your practice to a new level. Cost is 25$ if they provide the board and 15$ if you bring your own. Preregistration is necessary by visiting soundyogaandsup.comand paying via paypal. Click here for more details. And here for the Bowman Bay beginner class.
Washington’s North Cascades is home to around 25,000 black bears and possible a handful of grizzly bears.
As omnivores, black bears and grizzly bears are more opportunistic when searching for food than carnivores, like cougars, which means they are more readily attracted to smelly human items, like your lunch, toothpaste, and trash. So, knowing how to play safe in bear country is as important as bringing a first aid kit and appropriate clothing for your adventure.
Come on June 29th to the The Mountaineers Seattle Program Center at 7pm (doors open at 6pm) to enjoy beer, berries and bear stories from biologist, photographer, author and outdoor educator David Moskowitz. This event is FREE. Learn more here.
Hopefully you have some fun weekend plans! What will you be up to?