When/Where: 11 a.m.-1 p.m. Sunday at the Edmonds Marine Sanctuary.
Why Go: On Earth Day, help remove litter from the shoreline of Edmonds Marine Sanctuary, and explore the beach at low tide with a ranger-naturalist. Meet at the Visitor Station, Olympic Beach. Wear your gloves and boots and bring an old bucket if you have one. Individuals of all ages and groups are welcome to participate.
When/Where: 5 p.m. Sunday at .
Why Go: This performance by the Olympic Ballet Theater will include excerpts from Act III, where fairytale characters dance in celebration of the union of Princess Aurora and Prince Désiré. In addition to the production of the Highlights from The Sleeping Beauty, OBT will present a brand new piece to a score by Charles Griffes, in a collaborative project with locally and internationally known Seattle Chamber Players.
Tickets: $30 Adults, $25 seniors/students, $20 children 10 and up.
Where/When: 8 p.m. today and Saturday, 2 p.m. Sunday at in Edmonds.
Why Go: If you haven’t had a chance to catch Phoenix Theatre’s production of The Golden State, this weekend will be your last chance. This reinvention of Moliere’s classic comedy is sure to keep the audience laughing at every turn.
Tickets: $18.50 for general admission, $15.50 for seniors, students and military.
When/Where: 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Saturday at in Shoreline.
Why Go: Celebrate Earth Day and learn how to make a difference throughout the year. Sample products and learn about new eco-living tips and tools for your home and yard that will reduce pollution, protect our climate and save you money.
When/Where: 3 p.m. Sunday at in Lake Forest Park.
Why Go: Join Take 5 Productions as they present a staged reading of I Hate Hamlet by Paul Rudnick on the Third Place Commons Stage.
When/Where: 1-2:30 p.m. Sunday at in Shoreline.
Why Go: Sky’s vegetable guru Emily will be presenting the basics of vegetable gardening together with a “get your hands dirty” seminar on direct seed sowing at Sky Nursery. Emily will first discuss how to choose vegetable varieties for the Northwest and for your situation and give you pointers on planning, timing, preparing your soil, fertilizing, and watering. Then she’ll branch out to cover annual flowers as well and demonstrate how to plant different types of seeds.