September Green Lake Events
Music Together Classes are coming to Exit Space Dance Studio
Sunshine Music Together is taking registrations now for their fall session. Not sure if it is for your kiddo? Register online for your free sample class at Greenlake’s Exit Space Dance Studio Tuesday, September 5th and Friday, September 8th at 10:30.
Music Together is a researched-based, internationally recognized early childhood music development program for children aged birth to five and their parents or caregivers. The 45-minute classes include songs, rhythmic rhymes, movement and instrument play – forty-five minutes of weekly fun.
For more information, register here.
Last day to cool off in the Green Lake Wading Pool is September 4
We always hate announcing this. Its one of the true signs that summer is over. But you have from 11 a.m. – 8 p.m. to get the last out of those wading pool vibes. Soak it up!
7201 E Greenlake Dr N
Green Lake Wellness Fair
The two day event includes free health screens, obstacle course, fitness classes, lectures and activities for the whole family.
September 9 & 10
Sat, 10am – 3pm
Sunday 12 – 4 p.m.
Community Center: 7201 East Green Lake Dr N
For more information go to the Green Lake Chamber’s Facebook event here.
Wallingford Wurst Festival
This two day Octoberfest like festival is the annual fundraiser for St. Benedict School. It kicks of Friday September 15 at St. Benedict Catholic School on Wallingford between 48th and 49th. In addition to lots of bratwurst both days will be filled with games, crafts, music from local artists such as Casper Babypants and more. Admission is free.
Saturday: 10am – 10pm
Beer Garden open until Midnight on Friday and Saturday.
For more information go to: http://www.stbens.net/news-events/wurst-festival/.
Luminata Lantern Parade September 21
Embracing the end of summer, with bright lights and exuberance Luminata celebrates the fall equinox with a lantern procession. The light filled parade goes clockwise around the lake from the Aqua Theatre/bleachers on the SW corner and then heads north to the Bathhouse Theatre. Once at the Bathhouse Theatre enjoy art, live music and hot cider. Participants are encouraged to bring drums, instruments, blinky lighted costumes, lighted umbrellas and comfortable working shoes. Fire and flames are not allowed.
For more information, check out the Fremont Arts Council’s website.