There's some great summer weather to look forward to this weekend, and many events are happening outdoors. Lynn Jacobson, The Seattle Times' features editor, and her son Reed joined KING 5 Morning News to talk about "what's going on" in the next few days.
More than two dozen neighborhoods around Seattle and on the Eastside now host outdoor movie series. Some of the films showing this weekend include "Hairspray," "Transformers," "The Lion King," "The Pirates! Band of Misfits" and "American Graffiti." Bring the kids and some lawn chairs. Movies typically begin at dusk. The Seattle Times has a list of summer outdoor movies organized by location.
Around King and Snohomish counties, at least five separate theater outfits are presenting free outdoor shows. This weekend, for example, you can see a double feature of "King Lear" and "A Midsummer Night's Dream" starting at 3 p.m. on Saturday in Woodland Park. Check out the Seattle Times' sampler of outdoor theater performances in the region.
Olympic Sculpture Park
The sculpture park is especially lively in the summer with weekend tours, yoga classes, art activities for kids and more. For information about the park, visit its visitor information webpage.