1. Go Art! Bellevue is being taking over by artists!!! Over 300 artists from across the country will be coming together for the Bellevue Art Museum Art Fair. Meet the artists and shop for handmade original art. There will be fun art activities, live glassblowing, local bands and a chance to browse the Museum's galleries. You have a c. Andhance to participate in one of the largest community art installations Bellevue has ever seen if you go, swing by Carla M. Fox Metalsmith and Sarah Fox's jewelry booth and tell them I sent you. You won't get a discount but you may get a hug. When: Fri & Sat 9:30am – 9:30pm, Sun 9:30am – 6pm Where: Bellevue Square and Bellevue Arts Museum Price: FREE Click HERE for more info. (Image Courtesy: Kasha in Wonderland.) 2.Go Yoga & Zumba Wake up Saturday morning and stretch your body and mind in one of the most beautiful settings in the city, the Seattle Art Museum Sculpture Park! All ages and abilities are welcome to Yoga in the Park. Bring your own mat and find a spot in the grass with the sound in the background and the sunshine blazing down. Plus, this week there will be a DJ mixing music! Yoga not enough movement for you? Sweat harder and move much faster with Zumba in the Park! Tennis Shoes and water bottles are recommended. When: Sat 10am-11am Yoga in the Park, 2pm – 3pm Zumba in the Park Where: Seattle Art Museum Olympic Sculpture Park Price: FREE (donations accepted) Click HERE for more info. 3. Go Torchlight Everybody loves a Parade - and none is more magical, musical and thrilling than the Alaska Airlines Seafair Torchlight Parade at Seafair. This magnificent parade will include giant helium balloons, precision drill teams representing local communities, equestrian units, comical clowns, swashbuckling pirates and heart-pounding bands playing all your favorite tunes. Now in its 62nd year the Torchlight Parade offers something for everyone. When: Sat at 7:30pm Where: 4th Ave. Downtown Seattle Price: FREE Click HERE for more info. 4. Go Wildflowers As Tom Petty once said, "You belong among the wildflowers." Believe it or not, the wildflowers that usually cover Mount Rainier are still under 7 feet of snow and the popular Sunrise area you also need an ice ax to get to. So while you wait for the snow to melt, the Seattle Times has found 5 great hikes that will have you engulfed in wildflowers! The temperatures will feel like summer and the sun will be out this weekend so strap on your hiking boots and pack a picnic and camera! When: Totally up to you Where: Chinook Pass, Snoqualmie Pass, North Cascades, Stevens Pass and Teanaway areas Price: FREE Click HERE for more info. 5.Go Princess Bride! This is the PERFECT date night. Freemont Outdoor Cinema is showing "The Princess Bride". (I dare you to find any girl who doesn't adore this movie!) Bring a blanket , your own seats and a picnic! Or bring some cash and get some grub at one of Seattle's favorite food trucks, Charlie's Buns N' Stuff. AND Seattle Magazine did just pick Fremont as the BEST outdoor movie spot in the land! When: Sat doors at 7pm, movie at 8:30pm Where: 3501 Phinney Ave North Seattle Price: FREE (donations accepted at the door for local charity Solid Ground) Click HERE for more info.