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Summer at SAM

Aug 11 2024

10 am–3 pm

Olympic Sculpture Park

Grounds and Pavilion

10–11 am
Reconnect with your body and mind after a busy week with a 60-minute vinyasa flow led by Take Care Yoga. Bring a mat, water bottle, and any other supplies you need for your practice—all levels are welcome!

Community Meetup
11 am–2 pm
Calling all crafters! Get your daily dose of caffeine and make progress on your current creative project at this makers meet up coordinated by Coffee and Crafting Club.

Art Activity & Environmental Education
11 am–3 pm
Familiarize yourself with the surface designs found in the Hawaiian art of Kapa (bark cloth) alongside Kanaka Maoli teaching artist Malia Peoples. You’ll learn how to create your own Kapa-inspired stamps and leave the activity with an original stamped artwork to take home.

Become an expert on native plant species of the Pacific Northwest with members of the Duwamish Longhouse and Cultural Center. Together, you’ll learn how to find them, identify them, and use them in teas, medicines, and salves.

NW Folklife Pop-Up Concert
Noon–1 pm
Tim Bertsch is a Seattle-based guitarist, harpguitarist, composer, performer, writer, and educator. His captivating sound is equally as diverse as his resume, drawing influences from jazz, fusion, flamenco, rock, classical, blues, and gypsy music.

SAM Tours
1:30–2:30 pm
Explore the dynamic history of the Olympic Sculpture Park with a 60-minute walking tour led by a SAM docent. Tours meet outside PACCAR Pavilion and offer an up-close look at both the sculptures and ecosystems within the park.

2–3 pm
Fusing Latin rhythms with easy-to-follow moves, free Zumba® Latin dance-fitness classes are a great way to spend the afternoon. Tennis shoes and water bottle recommended. Class led by Dee Sprinkling and Venessa Mackie.

MARKET at the Park will be serving coffee and menu items including short rib rolls, crab rolls, and mangonadas!

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Summer at SAM

Free summer programs at the Olympic Sculpture Park explore place-making, cultural confluences, and learning from our local environment through visual art, music, and community

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