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10:00AM - 12:00PM

Make & Mingle

Postmark Center for the Arts | 20 Auburn Ave

Make and MingleStop by the Postmark for our Make & Mingle session! Join us for a cup of coffee with whatever art project you might be working on. A free, no-pressure environment for artists and creatives to gather... you can talk with other artists, ask for feedback or critique from on-site staff if available, bring your sketchbook to work out ideas, or just quietly draw in the gallery or work on your art! Intended for ages 18+.

Ages: 18+
Fee: FREE
Instructor: Postmark Staff

12:00PM - 1:30PM

Small Business: How to Launch Successfully

ZOOM - Time for Q&A will follow the presentation

 Business Start-up/Preplanning

This no cost webinar is held online by the Green River College (GRC) Washington Small Business Development Center (SBDC).

In this class, the presenter will outline steps on how to successfully launch a new business. It can be confusing to know which steps to take or what agencies to contact. This class will address those issues in order to provide you with a clear direction. Having this information will save you time in moving forward with your business opening, so you will be able to focus on your main product or service and bringing in revenue. Peppered with practical stories and examples, this interactive class will give you concrete ideas on how to make your business start as successful as possible

Participants will also learn more about the resources provided by the Small Business Center at Green River College.  You can schedule a future appointment with an SBDC counselor for one-on-one business advising. This is available at no cost to the small business owner.

The presenter, Taryn Hornby is a Certified Business Advisor with the Washington SBDC at Green River College. Taryn has extensive experience in the banking industry and was a successful entrepreneur.

Time for Q&A will follow the presentation. 

Small Business Center
 Online Meeting (Live). 
REGISTER ONLINE - Zoom link will be available after registration. 

5:30PM - 7:30PM

Intro to Guitar 2 - 58466

Postmark Center for the Arts | 20 Auburn Ave


8:00AM - 8:00AM

Downtown Auburn Cooperative Historic Walk Downtown

City Hall - 25 W Main ST

Meet the Downtown Auburn Cooperative team in front of City Hall at 8:00 AM on Friday mornings. Stroll with us on the streets downtown for a casual walk while we talk about about history of our downtown. Everyone has memories of downtown and if you don't because you are new to town, you will hear about a lot of interesting stuff. It is casual walk so bring your pets, kids, grandparents and anyone you would like too. Every Friday from May 3 to August 30, 2024.
Visit www.downtownauburncooperative.org for more info.


10:00AM - 12:00PM

Drop-In Drawing

Postmark Center for the Arts | 20 Auburn Ave

DrawingCome stop by for our new Drop-In Drawing sessions at the Postmark! A free, no-pressure environment for artists and creatives to drop-in to draw from a still life or the gallery. Stay for whole two hours or only 10 minutes. Bring tools to either shade or color with, and your own sketchbook or drawing pad. There will be on-site help for critique/questions/advice. All are welcome.

Ages: 18+
Registration: Free
Instructor: Postmark Staff

10:00AM - 12:00PM

Drop-In Painting with Amy Sie

Postmark Center for the Arts | 20 Auburn Ave

Gongbi Painting

Amy Sie is offering Drop-In Gongbi Painting sessions at the Postmark! A free, no-pressure environment for you to start a new painting, or work on an old one. Please bring your own tools and materials for watercolor painting. On-site help for critique/questions/advice. All are welcome. 

Ages: 18+
Fee: Free
Instructor: Amy Sie


9:30AM - 4:00PM

Spring Plant Sale -- Auburn Garden Club

Les Gove Park - "Crow with Fries" Area - 910 9th St SE, Auburn, WA

Auburn Garden Club (celebrating its 100th anniversary) presents its annual Spring Plant Sale, featuring Annuals, Perennials, Grasses, Ground Covers, including both Flowering and Foliage Stars, as well as Carnivorous, Plants, Indoor Plants, Pots, and Garden Themed Yard Sale Items.

No registration is required. No cost to enter.

For more information email: [email protected].


10:30AM - 1:00PM

Homebuying 101: Learn how you can reach your goal of homeownership

William C. Warren Building - Veteran's Memorial Park - 405 E St. NE, Auburn, WA 9800

KB SEA

Be our guest for a special Homebuying 101 Event to celebrate National Homeownership Month. We’ll be sharing tips, advice and important information, so you can feel confident and prepared to make the exciting decision to buy a new home. Our team will discuss the benefits of owning vs. renting, financing options available to you, and factors that help mortgage lenders determine how much you can afford. They can also answer any questions you may have, so ask away! Buying can be easier than you think, and we’ll be there to guide you every step of the way.

Enjoy food and refreshments. Plus, attend this event and enter for a chance to win one of two $100 gift cards*. For more information, call 725-324-5192. Save the date, and we’ll see you soon!

Cost: FREE - RSVP Online

10:00AM - 3:00PM

Auburn Farmers Market

Les Gove Park - 1140 Auburn Way S

The Auburn Farmers Market provides a convenient venue for localfarmers market farmers and artisans to provide access to healthy, fresh, locally sourced food and products to area residents. The Market serves as a vibrant gathering place where visitors can learn about healthy food choices, and overall health and well-being. View more information on the Auburn Farmers Market Page

Join us on Opening Day with over 50 farm, food, and craft vendors plus live entertainment! Visit the information booth for a free Market tote.

Entertainment Schedule:

EBT and SMM

Many Market vendors accept EBT, SNAP Market Match, Senior Farmers Market Nutrition Program, and WIC dollars. 

Email the Auburn Farmers Market
253-931-3043

10:00AM - 12:00PM

Make & Mingle

Postmark Center for the Arts | 20 Auburn Ave

Make and MingleStop by the Postmark for our Make & Mingle session! Join us for a cup of coffee with whatever art project you might be working on. A free, no-pressure environment for artists and creatives to gather... you can talk with other artists, ask for feedback or critique from on-site staff if available, bring your sketchbook to work out ideas, or just quietly draw in the gallery or work on your art! Intended for ages 18+.

Ages: 18+
Fee: FREE
Instructor: Postmark Staff

5:00PM - 7:00PM

Introduction to Embroidery - 58472

Postmark Center for the Arts | 20 Auburn Ave


8:00AM - 8:00AM

Downtown Auburn Cooperative Historic Walk Downtown

City Hall - 25 W Main ST

Meet the Downtown Auburn Cooperative team in front of City Hall at 8:00 AM on Friday mornings. Stroll with us on the streets downtown for a casual walk while we talk about about history of our downtown. Everyone has memories of downtown and if you don't because you are new to town, you will hear about a lot of interesting stuff. It is casual walk so bring your pets, kids, grandparents and anyone you would like too. Every Friday from May 3 to August 30, 2024.
Visit www.downtownauburncooperative.org for more info.


10:00AM - 3:00PM

Auburn Farmers Market

Les Gove Park - 1140 Auburn Way S

Celebrate LGBTQ+ Pride at the Auburn Farmers Market with over 50 farm, food, craft vendors,  plus live entertainment!

Sound Credit Union LogoThe LGBTQ+ Pride event is sponsored by Sound Credit Union!

 

Entertainment Schedule:

  • 10 AM, Mayor Nancy Backus Speech
  • 11:30 AM - 1 PM, AdrianAdrian Xaiver Xiaver performs live, Reggae-inspried music
  • 1:30 PM - 2 PM, Second Sunday Zumba, free and open to all ages

Entertainment is supported, in part, by a grant from 4Culture 4Culture logo

The Market provides a convenient venue for local farmers and artisans to provide access to healthy, fresh, locally sourced food and products to area residents. The Market serves as a vibrant gathering place where visitors can learn about healthy food choices, and overall health and well-being. View more information on the Auburn Farmers Market webpage.

EBT and SMM

 

Many Market vendors accept EBT, SNAP Market Match, Senior Farmers Market Nutrition Program, and WIC dollars. 

 

Email the Auburn Farmers Market
253-931-3043

5:00PM - 8:00PM

Ladies Night Out

Kent Station - 417 Ramsay Way, in the breezeway near Verizon

Ladies’ Night Out is Back! Join us as we rewind the clock and celebrate a decade of memories at our 10th-anniversary 80s-themed Party! Grab your girlfriends, break out your leg warmers and brightest neon outfits, and join us for an evening of pampering, wine samples, light bites, raffles, a costume contest, and so much more! Benefiting Kent Youth & Family Services & our Kent Station businesses. Ladies Night Out is located in the breezeway near Verizon; dress accordingly. Check-in at the Kent Station tent near Verizon. Purchase your ticket online or at the event. There are no physical tickets – your email confirmation means you are on the list! Questions?

You can reach us at [email protected] or via phone at 253-856-2301.

Cost

  • VIP Tickets = $50 (limited quantity available)
  • Standard Tickets = $30
  • Non-Wine Tickets = $20 (upgrade to VIP for an additional $20)
  • Reserve a table = $10/seat

Full details and tickets at https://www.kentstation.com/events/ladiesnightout

5:30PM - 7:00PM

Zine Making Workshop - 58468

Postmark Center for the Arts | 20 Auburn Ave

What is a Zine? A small handmade booklet that provides a way for folks to share art, writing, musings, and give a platform to express oneself. In this workshop learn about the history of Zine making and start your own! Materials will be provided but feel free to bring anything that inspires YOU!

Ages: 15+, Mixed
Fee: 
$16/$20 Resident/Non-Res
 Instructor: Aidyn Dervaes
Date: Thursday, June 13, 2024 | 5:30-7:00PM 
@ The Postmark Center for the Arts.

Register Now!

8:00AM - 8:00AM

Downtown Auburn Cooperative Historic Walk Downtown

City Hall - 25 W Main ST

Meet the Downtown Auburn Cooperative team in front of City Hall at 8:00 AM on Friday mornings. Stroll with us on the streets downtown for a casual walk while we talk about about history of our downtown. Everyone has memories of downtown and if you don't because you are new to town, you will hear about a lot of interesting stuff. It is casual walk so bring your pets, kids, grandparents and anyone you would like too. Every Friday from May 3 to August 30, 2024.
Visit www.downtownauburncooperative.org for more info.


7:00PM - 7:00PM

Breath of Aire Music Concert

St. Stephen the Martyr Catholic Church - 13055 SE 192nd St, Renton WA

Breath of Aire choral group will present a benefit concert in support of Terrific Tuesday Meals (TTM), a community feeding program that is part of St. Stephen the Martyr churchʼs outreach ministry. Since 2010, TTM volunteers have served more than 80,000 meals to shelter resident, families in need, seniors, and the homeless in the Kent Valley and nearby areas, and demand continues to rise during these tough economic times. Admission is free, however, donations are gratefully accepted.

For more information about St. Stephen social service programs such as TTM, visit www.ststephenslife.com, or email [email protected]. Breath of Aire choir members gather from across the state to bring a fresh take on music to inspire and entertain to support the work of nonprofit organizations.

For event information, call 206-817-8871.

No admission, but a free-will offering will be taken.

10:00AM - 3:00PM

Auburn Farmers Market

Les Gove Park - 1140 Auburn Way S

Farmers Market Flowers

The Auburn Farmers Market hosts a variety of farm, food, and craft vendors every Sunday. Browse over 50 vendors in a beautiful park setting! Entertainment changes weekly including live music, beekeeping, gardening talks, and more! View more information on the Auburn Farmers Market webpage.

June 16 - 100 free kid kits will be given away at the information booth while supplies last!

Entertainment Schedule:

EBT and SMM

 

Many Market vendors accept EBT, SNAP Market Match, Senior Farmers Market Nutrition Program, and WIC dollars. 

 
Email the Auburn Farmers Market
253-931-3043

8:00AM - 8:00AM

Downtown Auburn Cooperative Historic Walk Downtown

City Hall - 25 W Main ST

Meet the Downtown Auburn Cooperative team in front of City Hall at 8:00 AM on Friday mornings. Stroll with us on the streets downtown for a casual walk while we talk about about history of our downtown. Everyone has memories of downtown and if you don't because you are new to town, you will hear about a lot of interesting stuff. It is casual walk so bring your pets, kids, grandparents and anyone you would like too. Every Friday from May 3 to August 30, 2024.
Visit www.downtownauburncooperative.org for more info.


3:00PM - 8:00PM

Summer Makers Market

131 E Main ST - Parking lot across from Rottles Building

Please join us for our series of Summer Makers Markets Downtown Auburn, Washington.

Our June Market will be celebrating Pride Month as it is in June. We will have a food truck, beer garden and live music at each market. It is kid friendly and Beer Garden will be roped off so children will not be allowed in that area.

Come downtown and have a evening of fun, music, shopping and food.

www.downtownauburncooperative.org


10:00AM - 3:00PM

Juneteenth Celebration

Les Gove Park, 910 9th St SE Auburn

2024 JuneteenthCome celebrate Juneteenth with City of Auburn, hosted by the Mayor’s Office of Equity. This federal holiday commemorates the end of slavery and liberation of Black people in the United States. This is a perfect event for the whole family to enjoy.

Come participate in community fellowship, support local small businesses, and learn from community leaders. Enjoy amazing local artists and musicians and lots of free activities for kids of all ages. The newest addition to the celebration will be a Juneteenth historical exhibit by our local Auburn School District high school students. 

Contact Information:

Madeline Ralstin
Office of Equity
253-308-7965
[email protected]

10:00AM - 3:00PM

Auburn Farmers Market

Les Gove Park - 1140 Auburn Way S

Join us at Les Gove Park with over 50 farm, food, and craft vendors. View more information on the Auburn Farmers Market webpage.

Juneteenth

Sunday, June 23 - the Market will be hosted in conjunction with the Office of Equity's Juneteenth Celebration from 10:00 AM - 3:00 PM at Les Gove Park!

This event celebrates the end of slavery and the emancipation and liberation of Black people in the United States. This event is the perfect outing for the whole family to enjoy! Participate in community fellowship, support local businesses and engage in free kids activities! More information can be found at www.auburnwa.gov/juneteenth.

Entertainment Schedule:

  • 10:00AM - 3:00PM - Mastermind Pro DJ's Inc.

EBT and SMMMany Market vendors accept EBT, SNAP Market Match, Senior Farmers Market Nutrition Program, and WIC dollars. 

Email the Auburn Farmers Market
253-931-3043

11:00AM - 4:00PM

KidsDay

Les Gove Park, 910 9th ST SE, Auburn, WA

Kids Day LogoKids Day

Auburn's KidsDay is the perfect day for any child and the best way to kick-start your summer! Live entertainment, inflatable rides, face painting, a variety of activity/info booths, craft vendor sales, miniature golf, rock climbing wall, ArtRageous hands-on art experiences, large vehicle & equipment display, a variety of food concessions, and much more.    

NOTE - Auburn's KidsDay is geared toward Auburn-area kids as a kickoff to summer and coincides with the end of school calendar for the Auburn School District. 

Leashed, licensed and well-behaved pets welcome.

HELPFUL INFORMATION:

Contact Information
Auburn Parks, Arts and Recreation
253-931-3043
Kristy Pachciarz, Special Events Coordinator

4:00PM - 8:00PM

Joy Hour

Junior Achievemnt Building - 1610 Perimeter Rd, Auburn, WA 98001

Ready to build meaningful connection in your community to find healing and hope?

Then we’ll see you every fourth Wednesday from 4:00-8:00PM for food, fun, community, and joy at Joy Hour

5:30PM - 6:30PM

SISTAHS: Artist Talk

Postmark Center for the Arts | 20 Auburn Ave

SISTAHS

Join us as we welcome nationally recognized Auburn artist and guest curator Marita Dingus for a talk about Postmark's current show: SISTAHS. Joined by artists Brenetta Ward and Debra Harris-Branham.

Ages: 13+
Fee: Free
Speakers: Marita Dingus, Brenetta Ward, Debra Harris-Branham 

8:00AM - 8:00AM

Downtown Auburn Cooperative Historic Walk Downtown

City Hall - 25 W Main ST

Meet the Downtown Auburn Cooperative team in front of City Hall at 8:00 AM on Friday mornings. Stroll with us on the streets downtown for a casual walk while we talk about about history of our downtown. Everyone has memories of downtown and if you don't because you are new to town, you will hear about a lot of interesting stuff. It is casual walk so bring your pets, kids, grandparents and anyone you would like too. Every Friday from May 3 to August 30, 2024.
Visit www.downtownauburncooperative.org for more info.


10:00AM - 3:00PM

Auburn Farmers Market

Les Gove Park - 1140 Auburn Way S

The Auburn Farmers Market hosts a variety of farm, food, and craftShow Brazil! vendors every Sunday. Browse over 50 vendors in a beautiful park setting! Entertainment changes weekly including live music, beekeeping, gardening talks, and more! View more information on the Auburn Farmers Market webpage.

Entertainment Schedule:

  • 11 a.m. - 11:45 a.m., Brazil Duo
    Eduardo Mendonça performing live Brazilian music
  • 12:15 p.m. - 1:15 p.m., Green River Nursery gardening presentation

4Culture

Entertainment supported, in part, by a grant from 4Culture 

 

EBT and SMM

Many Market vendors accept EBT, SNAP Market Match, Senior Farmers Market Nutrition Program, and WIC dollars. 

Email the Auburn Farmers Market
253-931-3043

11:00AM - 4:00PM

4th of July Festival

Les Gove Park, 910 9th ST SE, Auburn, WA

4th of July Festival Logo

FREE (purchase wristband for $10 unlimited activities)

Celebrate our country's birthday at Les Gove Park. The event includes entertainment on two stages, a variety of craft artists, a car show, inflatable rides, euro-bungee trampolines, train rides and other fun activities for children. The event also offers a rock climbing wall, mini golf, bocce, food concessions, and so much more! Come see for yourself, this naturally shaded park and spray park will keep you cool during the afternoon.

4th of July FestivalWristband sales begin at 10:00 AM.  You can purchase a wristband for $10 for unlimited activities which include all inflatable rides, cyclone swing, bungee trampolines, rock wall, train rides, mini golf, laser tag and balloon art.

Leashed, licensed and well-behaved pets welcome.

HELPFUL INFORMATION:

Contact Information: 
Auburn Parks, Arts and Recreation
253-931-3043
Kristy Pachciarz, Special Events Coordinator

8:00AM - 8:00AM

Downtown Auburn Cooperative Historic Walk Downtown

City Hall - 25 W Main ST

Meet the Downtown Auburn Cooperative team in front of City Hall at 8:00 AM on Friday mornings. Stroll with us on the streets downtown for a casual walk while we talk about about history of our downtown. Everyone has memories of downtown and if you don't because you are new to town, you will hear about a lot of interesting stuff. It is casual walk so bring your pets, kids, grandparents and anyone you would like too. Every Friday from May 3 to August 30, 2024.
Visit www.downtownauburncooperative.org for more info.


10:00AM - 3:00PM

Auburn Farmers Market

Les Gove Park - 1140 Auburn Way S

Plants at Farmers MarketPick up goodies for your next family gathering at the Auburn Farmers Market! With over 50 farm, food, and craft vendors  to choose from, there's something for everyone.

Visit the information booth for a free Market giveaway while supplies last!

View more information on the Auburn Farmers Market webpage.

Entertainment Schedule:

EBT and SMM

 

Many Market vendors accept EBT, SNAP Market Match, Senior Farmers Market Nutrition Program, and WIC dollars. 

Email the Auburn Farmers Market
253-931-3043

12:00PM - 1:00PM

Kids Summerstage

Les Gove Park

Kids Summerstage
Wednesdays, July 10 - August 14
12:00 PM
FREE!


Kids SummerstageAn exciting children's outdoor entertainment series that will be LOADS of fun for kiddos and the adults who bring them! Pack up a picnic lunch and enjoy the performances!

This entertainment series will be held at the park shelter beside the Discovery Playground. Bring swimsuits and towels and enjoy the Rotary Spraypark before/after the performances.

*In the event of rain, concerts will be moved indoors, if possible.

2024 Line-up:
  • July 10 - Reptile Isle - an educational, interactive reptile performance everyone enjoys.
  • July 17 - Ian Dobson's Steel Drum Dance Party
  • July 24 - Kelli Welli - songs for kids and the people that love them
  • July 31 - Brian Vogan & His Good Buddies - fun, inclusive, interactive music for kids and families
  • August 7 - The Magic of Jeff Evans - a fun, unforgettable, interactive magic show
  • August 14 - Charlie Williams The Noiseguy - a vocal sound impressionist and kids' comedian 
Contact Information:
Email Kristy Pachciarz, Special Events Coordinator
Auburn Parks, Arts and Recreation
253-931-3043

6:30PM - 8:00PM

Summer Sounds

Les Gove Park - 910 9th St SE, Auburn, WA 98002

Summer Sounds

Summer SoundsThe perfect summer entertainment series the whole family will enjoy! Pack up a picnic blanket and dinner and enjoy the various performances. The series will be held at the parks shelter beside the Discovery Playground.

Wednesdays at 6:30PM from July 10 – August 14

Line-up:

  • July 10 – 80’s Ladies – The Best Rock n Roll from the Women of the 80’s
  • July 17 – Darren Motamedy – Contemporary Jazz Saxophonist
  • July 24 – The Fabulous Murphtones – Classic Rock N Roll and more
  • July 31 – Hook Me Up Band – Pop, Rock, Jazz & Blues
  • August 7 – Auburn Symphony Woodwind Quintet – Pops and Classical
  • August 14 – Army 1st Corps I-5 Rock Band – Rock N Roll
8:00AM - 8:00AM

Downtown Auburn Cooperative Historic Walk Downtown

City Hall - 25 W Main ST

Meet the Downtown Auburn Cooperative team in front of City Hall at 8:00 AM on Friday mornings. Stroll with us on the streets downtown for a casual walk while we talk about about history of our downtown. Everyone has memories of downtown and if you don't because you are new to town, you will hear about a lot of interesting stuff. It is casual walk so bring your pets, kids, grandparents and anyone you would like too. Every Friday from May 3 to August 30, 2024.
Visit www.downtownauburncooperative.org for more info.


10:00AM - 4:00PM

Auburn Airport Day

Auburn Municipal Airport - 2143 E Street NE Suite 1, Auburn

Auburn Airport DayPlease join us and bring the whole family!

Come learn more about aviation and the Auburn Airport at this free event while enjoying great food, great company and the chance to be up close and personal with the people, planes and helicopters that make flight possible. Register for a Young Eagles flight online in advance to be one of 200 kids (ages 8 – 17) to fly for free. We look forward to seeing you!

Please visit www.auburnmunicipalairport.com/airport-day for full details.

10:00AM - 3:00PM

Auburn Farmers Market

Les Gove Park - 1140 Auburn Way S

Bring the family down to the Auburn Farmers Market featuring over 50Auburn Symphony farm, food, and craft vendors plus live entertainment!   

View more information on the Auburn Farmers Market webpage.

Enterainment Schedule: 

EBT and SMM

 

Many Market vendors accept EBT, SNAP Market Match, Senior Farmers Market Nutrition Program, and WIC dollars. 

Email the Auburn Farmers Market
253-931-3043

12:00PM - 1:00PM

Kids Summerstage

Les Gove Park

Kids Summerstage
Wednesdays, July 10 - August 14
12:00 PM
FREE!


Kids SummerstageAn exciting children's outdoor entertainment series that will be LOADS of fun for kiddos and the adults who bring them! Pack up a picnic lunch and enjoy the performances!

This entertainment series will be held at the park shelter beside the Discovery Playground. Bring swimsuits and towels and enjoy the Rotary Spraypark before/after the performances.

*In the event of rain, concerts will be moved indoors, if possible.

2024 Line-up:
  • July 10 - Reptile Isle - an educational, interactive reptile performance everyone enjoys.
  • July 17 - Ian Dobson's Steel Drum Dance Party
  • July 24 - Kelli Welli - songs for kids and the people that love them
  • July 31 - Brian Vogan & His Good Buddies - fun, inclusive, interactive music for kids and families
  • August 7 - The Magic of Jeff Evans - a fun, unforgettable, interactive magic show
  • August 14 - Charlie Williams The Noiseguy - a vocal sound impressionist and kids' comedian 
Contact Information:
Email Kristy Pachciarz, Special Events Coordinator
Auburn Parks, Arts and Recreation
253-931-3043

6:30PM - 8:00PM

Summer Sounds

Les Gove Park - 910 9th St SE, Auburn, WA 98002

Summer Sounds

Summer SoundsThe perfect summer entertainment series the whole family will enjoy! Pack up a picnic blanket and dinner and enjoy the various performances. The series will be held at the parks shelter beside the Discovery Playground.

Wednesdays at 6:30PM from July 10 – August 14

Line-up:

  • July 10 – 80’s Ladies – The Best Rock n Roll from the Women of the 80’s
  • July 17 – Darren Motamedy – Contemporary Jazz Saxophonist
  • July 24 – The Fabulous Murphtones – Classic Rock N Roll and more
  • July 31 – Hook Me Up Band – Pop, Rock, Jazz & Blues
  • August 7 – Auburn Symphony Woodwind Quintet – Pops and Classical
  • August 14 – Army 1st Corps I-5 Rock Band – Rock N Roll
5:00PM - 6:30PM

SISTAHS: Closing Reception

Postmark Center for the Arts | 20 Auburn Ave

SISTAHSPlease join us in celebrating SISTAHS once again in this special closing reception. Mingle with artists, and enjoy snacks and beverages at Postmark Center for the Arts. 

Ages: All 
Fee: Free
Guests: Marita Dingus, Brenetta Ward, Debra Harris-Branham 

8:00AM - 8:00AM

Downtown Auburn Cooperative Historic Walk Downtown

City Hall - 25 W Main ST

Meet the Downtown Auburn Cooperative team in front of City Hall at 8:00 AM on Friday mornings. Stroll with us on the streets downtown for a casual walk while we talk about about history of our downtown. Everyone has memories of downtown and if you don't because you are new to town, you will hear about a lot of interesting stuff. It is casual walk so bring your pets, kids, grandparents and anyone you would like too. Every Friday from May 3 to August 30, 2024.
Visit www.downtownauburncooperative.org for more info.


3:00PM - 8:00PM

Summer Makers Market

131 E Main ST - Parking lot across from Rottles Building

Please join us for our series of Summer Makers Markets Downtown Auburn, Washington.

Our June Market will be celebrating Pride Month as it is in June. We will have a food truck, beer garden and live music at each market. It is kid friendly and Beer Garden will be roped off so children will not be allowed in that area.

Come downtown and have a evening of fun, music, shopping and food.

www.downtownauburncooperative.org


10:00AM - 3:00PM

Auburn Farmers Market

Les Gove Park - 1140 Auburn Way S

The Auburn Farmers Market hosts a variety of farm, food, and craft vendors every Sunday. Browse over 50 vendors in a beautiful park setting! View more information on the Auburn Farmers Market webpage.

Parrots

100 Free Kid Kits will be given away at the Info Booth on July 21. The kits include materials to add wheels and decorations to a veggie to make your own veggie vehicle. Vegetable not included in kit. Pick up your kit on Sunday July 21 and then return the following Sunday, July 28 to race your veggie vehicle at Auburn's first event Veggie Races! Prizes will be awarded for the top 3 fastest vehicles plus most creative!

Entertainment Schedule: 

EBT and SMMMany Market vendors accept EBT, SNAP Market Match, Senior Farmers Market Nutrition Program, and WIC dollars. 

Email the Auburn Farmers Market
253-931-3043

12:00PM - 1:00PM

Kids Summerstage

Les Gove Park

Kids Summerstage
Wednesdays, July 10 - August 14
12:00 PM
FREE!


Kids SummerstageAn exciting children's outdoor entertainment series that will be LOADS of fun for kiddos and the adults who bring them! Pack up a picnic lunch and enjoy the performances!

This entertainment series will be held at the park shelter beside the Discovery Playground. Bring swimsuits and towels and enjoy the Rotary Spraypark before/after the performances.

*In the event of rain, concerts will be moved indoors, if possible.

2024 Line-up:
  • July 10 - Reptile Isle - an educational, interactive reptile performance everyone enjoys.
  • July 17 - Ian Dobson's Steel Drum Dance Party
  • July 24 - Kelli Welli - songs for kids and the people that love them
  • July 31 - Brian Vogan & His Good Buddies - fun, inclusive, interactive music for kids and families
  • August 7 - The Magic of Jeff Evans - a fun, unforgettable, interactive magic show
  • August 14 - Charlie Williams The Noiseguy - a vocal sound impressionist and kids' comedian 
Contact Information:
Email Kristy Pachciarz, Special Events Coordinator
Auburn Parks, Arts and Recreation
253-931-3043

4:00PM - 8:00PM

Joy Hour

Junior Achievemnt Building - 1610 Perimeter Rd, Auburn, WA 98001

Ready to build meaningful connection in your community to find healing and hope?

Then we’ll see you every fourth Wednesday from 4:00-8:00PM for food, fun, community, and joy at Joy Hour

6:30PM - 8:00PM

Summer Sounds

Les Gove Park - 910 9th St SE, Auburn, WA 98002

Summer Sounds

Summer SoundsThe perfect summer entertainment series the whole family will enjoy! Pack up a picnic blanket and dinner and enjoy the various performances. The series will be held at the parks shelter beside the Discovery Playground.

Wednesdays at 6:30PM from July 10 – August 14

Line-up:

  • July 10 – 80’s Ladies – The Best Rock n Roll from the Women of the 80’s
  • July 17 – Darren Motamedy – Contemporary Jazz Saxophonist
  • July 24 – The Fabulous Murphtones – Classic Rock N Roll and more
  • July 31 – Hook Me Up Band – Pop, Rock, Jazz & Blues
  • August 7 – Auburn Symphony Woodwind Quintet – Pops and Classical
  • August 14 – Army 1st Corps I-5 Rock Band – Rock N Roll
8:00AM - 8:00AM

Downtown Auburn Cooperative Historic Walk Downtown

City Hall - 25 W Main ST

Meet the Downtown Auburn Cooperative team in front of City Hall at 8:00 AM on Friday mornings. Stroll with us on the streets downtown for a casual walk while we talk about about history of our downtown. Everyone has memories of downtown and if you don't because you are new to town, you will hear about a lot of interesting stuff. It is casual walk so bring your pets, kids, grandparents and anyone you would like too. Every Friday from May 3 to August 30, 2024.
Visit www.downtownauburncooperative.org for more info.


7:00PM - 7:00PM

Auburn Community Junior Players: Finding Nemo Jr.

Auburn Riverside Theatre (ART) - 501 Oravetz Rd SE, Auburn, WA 98092

Buy Tickets Online

Dive into the big blue world of Disney and Pixar’s Finding Nemo JR.! This lively 60-minute musical adaptation of the beloved 2003 Pixar movie Finding Nemo features all your favorite characters: Nemo, an adventurous young clownfish; Marlin, Nemo’s anxious and over-protective father; Dory the relentlessly optimistic fish; the laid-back sea turtle Crush; and the supportive Tank Gang. When Nemo longs to explore the area beyond his home he is captured and taken away to Sydney. Marlin faces his fears and sets off on an epic rescue adventure across the ocean with the help of their friends. Featuring memorable songs such as “Just Keep Swimming,” “Fish Are Friends Not Food,” and “Go With the Flow,” Finding Nemo JR. brings a vibrant underwater world to life on stage in a story full of family, friendship, and adventure.

Performances held at:
Auburn Riverside Theatre (ART) - 501 Oravetz Rd SE, Auburn, WA 98092 | Map It

Regular: $16
Student/Senior: $12

Buy Tickets Online

9:00PM - 9:00PM

Friday Night Flicks

Various Parks

Friday Night FlicksA FREE outdoor movie on a 50’ inflatable movie screen make Friday nights in Auburn a real treat for the whole family!

Movies start at dusk. 

Line up:

Friday, July 26, Lea Hill Park, 31693 124th AVE SE
Movie (approx. 9:10 PM): The Super Mario Bros Movie (PG)

Friday, August 2, Sunset Park, 1420 69th Street SE
Movie (approx. 9:00 PM): Elemental (PG)

Friday, August 9, Les Gove Park, 910 Ninth Street SE
6:30 - 8:30 PM: Concert: Prom Date Mixtape (The Greatest Tribute Band in the PNW!)
7:00PM: ‘Almost 5K’ Poker Fun Run
Movie (approx. 8:50 PM): The Wizard of Oz (G)

2:00PM - 2:00PM

Auburn Community Junior Players: Finding Nemo Jr.

Auburn Riverside Theatre (ART) - 501 Oravetz Rd SE, Auburn, WA 98092

Buy Tickets Online

Dive into the big blue world of Disney and Pixar’s Finding Nemo JR.! This lively 60-minute musical adaptation of the beloved 2003 Pixar movie Finding Nemo features all your favorite characters: Nemo, an adventurous young clownfish; Marlin, Nemo’s anxious and over-protective father; Dory the relentlessly optimistic fish; the laid-back sea turtle Crush; and the supportive Tank Gang. When Nemo longs to explore the area beyond his home he is captured and taken away to Sydney. Marlin faces his fears and sets off on an epic rescue adventure across the ocean with the help of their friends. Featuring memorable songs such as “Just Keep Swimming,” “Fish Are Friends Not Food,” and “Go With the Flow,” Finding Nemo JR. brings a vibrant underwater world to life on stage in a story full of family, friendship, and adventure.

Performances held at:
Auburn Riverside Theatre (ART) - 501 Oravetz Rd SE, Auburn, WA 98092 | Map It

Regular: $16
Student/Senior: $12

Buy Tickets Online

7:00PM - 7:00PM

Auburn Community Junior Players: Finding Nemo Jr.

Auburn Riverside Theatre (ART) - 501 Oravetz Rd SE, Auburn, WA 98092

Buy Tickets Online

Dive into the big blue world of Disney and Pixar’s Finding Nemo JR.! This lively 60-minute musical adaptation of the beloved 2003 Pixar movie Finding Nemo features all your favorite characters: Nemo, an adventurous young clownfish; Marlin, Nemo’s anxious and over-protective father; Dory the relentlessly optimistic fish; the laid-back sea turtle Crush; and the supportive Tank Gang. When Nemo longs to explore the area beyond his home he is captured and taken away to Sydney. Marlin faces his fears and sets off on an epic rescue adventure across the ocean with the help of their friends. Featuring memorable songs such as “Just Keep Swimming,” “Fish Are Friends Not Food,” and “Go With the Flow,” Finding Nemo JR. brings a vibrant underwater world to life on stage in a story full of family, friendship, and adventure.

Performances held at:
Auburn Riverside Theatre (ART) - 501 Oravetz Rd SE, Auburn, WA 98092 | Map It

Regular: $16
Student/Senior: $12

Buy Tickets Online

10:00AM - 3:00PM

Auburn Farmers Market

Les Gove Park - 1140 Auburn Way S

Veggie Races at noon!Veggies

Join us for Auburn's first ever Veggie Races! Bring your veggie vehicle and race for fun prizes! Top three fastest will win a prize plus the most creative!

Sound Credit Union LogoThis event is sponsored by Sound Credit Union! 

 

300 free Farmers Market t-shirts will be given away at the Info Booth. Get yours while supplies last. Adult sizes only.

The Auburn Farmers Market hosts a variety of farm, food, and craft vendors every Sunday. Browse over 50 vendors in a beautiful park setting! Entertainment changes weekly including live music, beekeeping, gardening talks, and more! View more information on the Auburn Farmers Market webpage.

Entertainment Schedule:

  • 10 a.m. - 3 p.m., ArtRageous, free art activity near the food court
  • 11 - 11:45 a.m., Daniel Morales, live music
  • 12 p.m. Veggie Races!

EBT and SMMMany Market vendors accept EBT, SNAP Market Match, Senior Farmers Market Nutrition Program, and WIC dollars. 

Email the Auburn Farmers Market
253-931-3043

2:00PM - 2:00PM

Auburn Community Junior Players: Finding Nemo Jr.

Auburn Riverside Theatre (ART) - 501 Oravetz Rd SE, Auburn, WA 98092

Buy Tickets Online

Dive into the big blue world of Disney and Pixar’s Finding Nemo JR.! This lively 60-minute musical adaptation of the beloved 2003 Pixar movie Finding Nemo features all your favorite characters: Nemo, an adventurous young clownfish; Marlin, Nemo’s anxious and over-protective father; Dory the relentlessly optimistic fish; the laid-back sea turtle Crush; and the supportive Tank Gang. When Nemo longs to explore the area beyond his home he is captured and taken away to Sydney. Marlin faces his fears and sets off on an epic rescue adventure across the ocean with the help of their friends. Featuring memorable songs such as “Just Keep Swimming,” “Fish Are Friends Not Food,” and “Go With the Flow,” Finding Nemo JR. brings a vibrant underwater world to life on stage in a story full of family, friendship, and adventure.

Performances held at:
Auburn Riverside Theatre (ART) - 501 Oravetz Rd SE, Auburn, WA 98092 | Map It

Regular: $16
Student/Senior: $12

Buy Tickets Online

12:00PM - 1:00PM

Kids Summerstage

Les Gove Park

Kids Summerstage
Wednesdays, July 10 - August 14
12:00 PM
FREE!


Kids SummerstageAn exciting children's outdoor entertainment series that will be LOADS of fun for kiddos and the adults who bring them! Pack up a picnic lunch and enjoy the performances!

This entertainment series will be held at the park shelter beside the Discovery Playground. Bring swimsuits and towels and enjoy the Rotary Spraypark before/after the performances.

*In the event of rain, concerts will be moved indoors, if possible.

2024 Line-up:
  • July 10 - Reptile Isle - an educational, interactive reptile performance everyone enjoys.
  • July 17 - Ian Dobson's Steel Drum Dance Party
  • July 24 - Kelli Welli - songs for kids and the people that love them
  • July 31 - Brian Vogan & His Good Buddies - fun, inclusive, interactive music for kids and families
  • August 7 - The Magic of Jeff Evans - a fun, unforgettable, interactive magic show
  • August 14 - Charlie Williams The Noiseguy - a vocal sound impressionist and kids' comedian 
Contact Information:
Email Kristy Pachciarz, Special Events Coordinator
Auburn Parks, Arts and Recreation
253-931-3043

6:30PM - 8:00PM

Summer Sounds

Les Gove Park - 910 9th St SE, Auburn, WA 98002

Summer Sounds

Summer SoundsThe perfect summer entertainment series the whole family will enjoy! Pack up a picnic blanket and dinner and enjoy the various performances. The series will be held at the parks shelter beside the Discovery Playground.

Wednesdays at 6:30PM from July 10 – August 14

Line-up:

  • July 10 – 80’s Ladies – The Best Rock n Roll from the Women of the 80’s
  • July 17 – Darren Motamedy – Contemporary Jazz Saxophonist
  • July 24 – The Fabulous Murphtones – Classic Rock N Roll and more
  • July 31 – Hook Me Up Band – Pop, Rock, Jazz & Blues
  • August 7 – Auburn Symphony Woodwind Quintet – Pops and Classical
  • August 14 – Army 1st Corps I-5 Rock Band – Rock N Roll
8:00AM - 8:00AM

Downtown Auburn Cooperative Historic Walk Downtown

City Hall - 25 W Main ST

Meet the Downtown Auburn Cooperative team in front of City Hall at 8:00 AM on Friday mornings. Stroll with us on the streets downtown for a casual walk while we talk about about history of our downtown. Everyone has memories of downtown and if you don't because you are new to town, you will hear about a lot of interesting stuff. It is casual walk so bring your pets, kids, grandparents and anyone you would like too. Every Friday from May 3 to August 30, 2024.
Visit www.downtownauburncooperative.org for more info.


9:00PM - 9:00PM

Friday Night Flicks

Various Parks

Friday Night FlicksA FREE outdoor movie on a 50’ inflatable movie screen make Friday nights in Auburn a real treat for the whole family!

Movies start at dusk. 

Line up:

Friday, July 26, Lea Hill Park, 31693 124th AVE SE
Movie (approx. 9:10 PM): The Super Mario Bros Movie (PG)

Friday, August 2, Sunset Park, 1420 69th Street SE
Movie (approx. 9:00 PM): Elemental (PG)

Friday, August 9, Les Gove Park, 910 Ninth Street SE
6:30 - 8:30 PM: Concert: Prom Date Mixtape (The Greatest Tribute Band in the PNW!)
7:00PM: ‘Almost 5K’ Poker Fun Run
Movie (approx. 8:50 PM): The Wizard of Oz (G)

10:00AM - 3:00PM

Auburn Farmers Market

Les Gove Park - 1140 Auburn Way S

Chili Cook-Off

 The Auburn Farmers Market hosts a variety of farm, food, and craft vendors every Sunday. Browse over 50 vendors in a beautiful park setting! View more information on the Auburn Farmers Market webpage

Entertainment Schedule:

  • 11 a.m. - 1 p.m., Chili Cook-Off between Auburn Police Department and Valley Regional Fire Authority. Donations welcome. All proceeds benefit the Auburn Food Bank.

EBT and SMMMany Market vendors accept EBT, SNAP Market Match, Senior Farmers Market Nutrition Program, and WIC dollars. 

Email the Auburn Farmers Market
253-931-3043

5:00PM - 9:00PM

National Night Out

Throughout Auburn

What is National Night Out?

National Night Out (NNO) is a unique crime/drug prevention event sponsored by the National Association of Town Watch (NATW). On the first Tuesday of August, residents in neighborhoods throughout the city of Auburn and across the nation are asked to turn on their outside lights, lock their doors, and spend the evening outside with their neighbors. All neighborhoods are encouraged to be a part of AUBURN'S NIGHT OUT team by registering their neighborhood event. 

Check out Auburn's National Night Out page to get full details and register your neighborhood event!

 

 

12:00PM - 1:00PM

Kids Summerstage

Les Gove Park

Kids Summerstage
Wednesdays, July 10 - August 14
12:00 PM
FREE!


Kids SummerstageAn exciting children's outdoor entertainment series that will be LOADS of fun for kiddos and the adults who bring them! Pack up a picnic lunch and enjoy the performances!

This entertainment series will be held at the park shelter beside the Discovery Playground. Bring swimsuits and towels and enjoy the Rotary Spraypark before/after the performances.

*In the event of rain, concerts will be moved indoors, if possible.

2024 Line-up:
  • July 10 - Reptile Isle - an educational, interactive reptile performance everyone enjoys.
  • July 17 - Ian Dobson's Steel Drum Dance Party
  • July 24 - Kelli Welli - songs for kids and the people that love them
  • July 31 - Brian Vogan & His Good Buddies - fun, inclusive, interactive music for kids and families
  • August 7 - The Magic of Jeff Evans - a fun, unforgettable, interactive magic show
  • August 14 - Charlie Williams The Noiseguy - a vocal sound impressionist and kids' comedian 
Contact Information:
Email Kristy Pachciarz, Special Events Coordinator
Auburn Parks, Arts and Recreation
253-931-3043

6:30PM - 8:00PM

Summer Sounds

Les Gove Park - 910 9th St SE, Auburn, WA 98002

Summer Sounds

Summer SoundsThe perfect summer entertainment series the whole family will enjoy! Pack up a picnic blanket and dinner and enjoy the various performances. The series will be held at the parks shelter beside the Discovery Playground.

Wednesdays at 6:30PM from July 10 – August 14

Line-up:

  • July 10 – 80’s Ladies – The Best Rock n Roll from the Women of the 80’s
  • July 17 – Darren Motamedy – Contemporary Jazz Saxophonist
  • July 24 – The Fabulous Murphtones – Classic Rock N Roll and more
  • July 31 – Hook Me Up Band – Pop, Rock, Jazz & Blues
  • August 7 – Auburn Symphony Woodwind Quintet – Pops and Classical
  • August 14 – Army 1st Corps I-5 Rock Band – Rock N Roll
8:00AM - 8:00AM

Downtown Auburn Cooperative Historic Walk Downtown

City Hall - 25 W Main ST

Meet the Downtown Auburn Cooperative team in front of City Hall at 8:00 AM on Friday mornings. Stroll with us on the streets downtown for a casual walk while we talk about about history of our downtown. Everyone has memories of downtown and if you don't because you are new to town, you will hear about a lot of interesting stuff. It is casual walk so bring your pets, kids, grandparents and anyone you would like too. Every Friday from May 3 to August 30, 2024.
Visit www.downtownauburncooperative.org for more info.


7:00PM - 8:30PM

Almost 5K Poker Fun Run & Walk

Les Gove Park - 910 9th ST SE, Auburn, WA

Poker RunThe Almost 5K Poker Fun Run & Walk is an in-person fun run perfect for all ages and abilities! 

REGISTRATION FEE
$12 Early Registration Fee on or before July 10, 2024.

$15 Registration Fee from July 11 - August 7, 2024.

Early registration includes a t-shirt and participation medal. Payment must accompany registration.

Sorry, no registrations accepted August 8, 2024.

Register Online Today

$20 On-Site Registration Fee Onsite registrations accepted on Friday, August 9, 2024 beginning at 6:00 PM (includes event T-shirt while supplies last)

ROUTE

The Almost 5K Poker Fun Run & Walk is an easy run around Les Gove Park. This fun run will utilize the big loop at Les Gove Park. Five loops around is “almost” a 5K (short of a 5K by 1,138 feet). For each lap around the loop, participants will stop, choose a card, and try to get the best poker hand with the five cards drawn. 

Almost 5K Poker Fun Run & Walk Route Map (PDF)

RULES OF PARTICIPATION & AWARDS

  • The route will be open  from 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM 
  • Participants must draw 5 cards total, one upon completion of each large loop at Les Gove Park, to create their final poker hand  
  • Strollers are welcome on the course (please note, children not pushed in a stroller must be a paying participant in the race).
  • Awards will be distributed to the top 8 poker hands
  • Awards will be announced the following Monday via email and social media 
  • Parking information and more details will be emailed to participants the week of the event.
  • Participants should not attend the event if they feel sick, or believe they may have been exposed to COVID-19. Should this be the case, you can make arrangements to pick-up your packet at a later time.  

Friday, August 9 Schedule:

  • 6:00 PM - on-site participant check in opens
  • 7:00 PM - Poker Run begins
  • 8:30 PM - Poker Run closes 

Thanks to our 2024 sponsors

ProAmpac Logo 

 RET logo

Interested in Sponsoring? 

 For questions contact Amanda Valdez 253-931-3043
9:00PM - 9:00PM

Friday Night Flicks

Various Parks

Friday Night FlicksA FREE outdoor movie on a 50’ inflatable movie screen make Friday nights in Auburn a real treat for the whole family!

Movies start at dusk. 

Line up:

Friday, July 26, Lea Hill Park, 31693 124th AVE SE
Movie (approx. 9:10 PM): The Super Mario Bros Movie (PG)

Friday, August 2, Sunset Park, 1420 69th Street SE
Movie (approx. 9:00 PM): Elemental (PG)

Friday, August 9, Les Gove Park, 910 Ninth Street SE
6:30 - 8:30 PM: Concert: Prom Date Mixtape (The Greatest Tribute Band in the PNW!)
7:00PM: ‘Almost 5K’ Poker Fun Run
Movie (approx. 8:50 PM): The Wizard of Oz (G)

10:00AM - 3:00PM

Auburn Farmers Market

Les Gove Park - 1140 Auburn Way S

Farmers MarketThe Auburn Farmers Market hosts a variety of farm, food, and craft vendors every Sunday. Browse over 50 vendors in a beautiful park setting! Entertainment changes weekly including live music, beekeeping, gardening talks, and more! View more information on the Auburn Farmers Market webpage.

Entertainment Schedule:

EBT and SMM

 

Many Market vendors accept EBT, SNAP Market Match, Senior Farmers Market Nutrition Program, and WIC dollars. 

Email the Auburn Farmers Market
253-931-3043

 

12:00PM - 1:00PM

Kids Summerstage

Les Gove Park

Kids Summerstage
Wednesdays, July 10 - August 14
12:00 PM
FREE!


Kids SummerstageAn exciting children's outdoor entertainment series that will be LOADS of fun for kiddos and the adults who bring them! Pack up a picnic lunch and enjoy the performances!

This entertainment series will be held at the park shelter beside the Discovery Playground. Bring swimsuits and towels and enjoy the Rotary Spraypark before/after the performances.

*In the event of rain, concerts will be moved indoors, if possible.

2024 Line-up:
  • July 10 - Reptile Isle - an educational, interactive reptile performance everyone enjoys.
  • July 17 - Ian Dobson's Steel Drum Dance Party
  • July 24 - Kelli Welli - songs for kids and the people that love them
  • July 31 - Brian Vogan & His Good Buddies - fun, inclusive, interactive music for kids and families
  • August 7 - The Magic of Jeff Evans - a fun, unforgettable, interactive magic show
  • August 14 - Charlie Williams The Noiseguy - a vocal sound impressionist and kids' comedian 
Contact Information:
Email Kristy Pachciarz, Special Events Coordinator
Auburn Parks, Arts and Recreation
253-931-3043

6:30PM - 8:00PM

Summer Sounds

Les Gove Park - 910 9th St SE, Auburn, WA 98002

Summer Sounds

Summer SoundsThe perfect summer entertainment series the whole family will enjoy! Pack up a picnic blanket and dinner and enjoy the various performances. The series will be held at the parks shelter beside the Discovery Playground.

Wednesdays at 6:30PM from July 10 – August 14

Line-up:

  • July 10 – 80’s Ladies – The Best Rock n Roll from the Women of the 80’s
  • July 17 – Darren Motamedy – Contemporary Jazz Saxophonist
  • July 24 – The Fabulous Murphtones – Classic Rock N Roll and more
  • July 31 – Hook Me Up Band – Pop, Rock, Jazz & Blues
  • August 7 – Auburn Symphony Woodwind Quintet – Pops and Classical
  • August 14 – Army 1st Corps I-5 Rock Band – Rock N Roll
8:00AM - 8:00AM

Downtown Auburn Cooperative Historic Walk Downtown

City Hall - 25 W Main ST

Meet the Downtown Auburn Cooperative team in front of City Hall at 8:00 AM on Friday mornings. Stroll with us on the streets downtown for a casual walk while we talk about about history of our downtown. Everyone has memories of downtown and if you don't because you are new to town, you will hear about a lot of interesting stuff. It is casual walk so bring your pets, kids, grandparents and anyone you would like too. Every Friday from May 3 to August 30, 2024.
Visit www.downtownauburncooperative.org for more info.


3:00PM - 8:00PM

Summer Makers Market

131 E Main ST - Parking lot across from Rottles Building

Please join us for our series of Summer Makers Markets Downtown Auburn, Washington.

Our June Market will be celebrating Pride Month as it is in June. We will have a food truck, beer garden and live music at each market. It is kid friendly and Beer Garden will be roped off so children will not be allowed in that area.

Come downtown and have a evening of fun, music, shopping and food.

www.downtownauburncooperative.org


10:00AM - 3:00PM

Auburn Farmers Market

Les Gove Park - 1140 Auburn Way S

Head on down to the Auburn Farmers Market! Over 50 farm, food, and craft vendors plus a live reptile presentation and 100 free kid kits at the info booth. Avaialble while supplies last. 

Reptile

The Market serves as a vibrant gathering place where visitors can learn about healthy food choices, and overall health and well-being. View more information on the Auburn Farmers Market webpage.

Entertainment Schedule: 

EBT and SMMMany Market vendors accept EBT, SNAP Market Match, Senior Farmers Market Nutrition Program, and WIC dollars. 

Email the Auburn Farmers Market
253-931-3043

8:00AM - 8:00AM

Downtown Auburn Cooperative Historic Walk Downtown

City Hall - 25 W Main ST

Meet the Downtown Auburn Cooperative team in front of City Hall at 8:00 AM on Friday mornings. Stroll with us on the streets downtown for a casual walk while we talk about about history of our downtown. Everyone has memories of downtown and if you don't because you are new to town, you will hear about a lot of interesting stuff. It is casual walk so bring your pets, kids, grandparents and anyone you would like too. Every Friday from May 3 to August 30, 2024.
Visit www.downtownauburncooperative.org for more info.


10:00AM - 3:00PM

Auburn Farmers Market

Les Gove Park - 1140 Auburn Way S

Berries at Famers MarketThe Auburn Farmers Market hosts a variety of farm, food, and craft vendors every Sunday. Browse over 50 vendors in a beautiful park setting!

View more information on the Auburn Farmers Market webpage.

Entertainment Schedule:

  • 11:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m., Daniel Najera Beekeeping Presentation

EBT and SMM

 

Many Market vendors accept EBT, SNAP Market Match, Senior Farmers Market Nutrition Program, and WIC dollars. 

Email the Auburn Farmers Market
253-931-3043

4:00PM - 8:00PM

Joy Hour

Junior Achievemnt Building - 1610 Perimeter Rd, Auburn, WA 98001

Ready to build meaningful connection in your community to find healing and hope?

Then we’ll see you every fourth Wednesday from 4:00-8:00PM for food, fun, community, and joy at Joy Hour

8:00AM - 8:00AM

Downtown Auburn Cooperative Historic Walk Downtown

City Hall - 25 W Main ST

Meet the Downtown Auburn Cooperative team in front of City Hall at 8:00 AM on Friday mornings. Stroll with us on the streets downtown for a casual walk while we talk about about history of our downtown. Everyone has memories of downtown and if you don't because you are new to town, you will hear about a lot of interesting stuff. It is casual walk so bring your pets, kids, grandparents and anyone you would like too. Every Friday from May 3 to August 30, 2024.
Visit www.downtownauburncooperative.org for more info.


10:00AM - 3:00PM

Auburn Farmers Market

Les Gove Park - 1140 Auburn Way S

Just a few Sundays left of the 2024 season! Visit over 50 vendorsHot sauce selling farm fresh produce, handmade crafts, a variety of foods plus p[lenty of lunch options!

 View more information on the Auburn Farmers Market webpage.

Entertainment Schedule:

  • 10 a.m. - 3 p.m., Mastermind Pro DJ's Inc

EBT and SMM

 

Many Market vendors accept EBT, SNAP Market Match, Senior Farmers Market Nutrition Program, and WIC dollars. 

Email the Auburn Farmers Market
253-931-3043