Get ready for weekend fun times across the city.

By Rosin Saez
July 28, 2016

COMMUNITY

Sat, July 30
Emerald City Black Pride Party
This Saturday head to the Northwest African American Museum to celebrate communities of LGBTQ+ people of color with complimentary beer, coconut water, performances, and exhibit tours. In the organizers own words, “The purpose of the party is to look back on the past year to not only remember our tragedies but also celebrate our victories.” That’s certainly worthy of a community gathering. Details can be found at the event pageCentral District, NAAM, 6:30pm until 12:30am, Suggested donation of $5–$20

Mon, Aug 1
Folks of Color in Food Justice Potluck
This people of color–centered food justice potluck is a fantastic opportunity to socialize, eat delicious food, and build community with others focusing on food and environmental justice work or those in the food business. This family-friendly potluck means brings the kids, bring a dish, and bring your networking skills. Danny Woo Community Garden, 6–8pm, Free

FESTIVAL

Fri–Sun, July 28–31
Seattle Latin, Brazilian, and Caribbean Festival
The First Seattle Latin, Brazilian, and Caribbean Festival is an all ages, free festival that will present local musical and dance groups which represent the Latin, Brazilian, Caribbean cultures. See the event page for their full lineup of performers. Head to the Royal Room this weekend for a fun and dance-y time! Please note that the kiddos and minor can’t stay past 10pm. Columbia City, 7pm until late, Free

FOOD & DRINK

Fri, July 29
Game Day BBQ Tour
Go on a culinary and sports match-up through the Chinatown-International District, pairing chicken wings, kebabs, and other summertime bites with local sports history. From neighborhood games to Asian Pacific American sports, learn what it means to love Seattle sports and BBQ. You’ll go through Little Saigon, Japantown and Chinatown down to the stadiums in time for game time. Various locations, 4–6:30pm, $25–$43

Sat, July 30
Tim Umbrella Turns 3
Rainier Valley’s only coffee roastery is celebrating its third anniversary with a party and to be sure plenty of caffeinated goodness. They will be debuting a single-origin Ethiopian sidamo espresso roast, plus sample their sweet and spicy coffee steak rub on bites of grilled steak. To satisfy the sweet tooth: there will be Tin Umbrella logo cookies by Little Rae’s Bakery. Certainly stop by for food, drink, merch sales, and more fun activities. Hillman City, 10am–2pm, No admission