Seattle’s summer rollout continues. And this weekend families have lots of returning favorites to look forward to. We can’t wait for the first ZooTunes of the year, family workshops at The Museum of Flight and an outdoor concert that was made for Disney fans. Here’s your weekend plan.

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BECU ZooTunes
ZooTunes is back! And this Sunday marks the first concert of the 2021 series. The Posies will take the stage and families can expect a safe, socially distanced way to make memories and support some of the best local talent around. Pod seating will be used and kids ages 3 & up will need tickets. Sun. Event details.

Stranger Than Fiction LIVE
Bring your future scientists to explore The Museum of Flight’s latest exhibit—Stranger Than Fiction. Kids will discover how scientists from all walks helped humans fly higher, faster and father in this campy comic book exhibit. When you’re done, enjoy live demonstrations and activities that let kids continue their exploration of the bizarre, crazy and true stories from the exhibit. Kids may get to build a spacesuit to protect a marshmallow astronaut, tour the museum’s full fuselage trainer or even learn about astronaut food and gardening in space. Programs at 11 a.m.; 1 & 2 p.m. Fri.-Sun. Event details.

K-Pop Dance Remix Class
It’s time to dance at the waterfront! K-Pop Dance Remix Class provides K-Pop highlight dances to edited music of global K-Pop stars BTS, BLACKPINK, ITZY and others. Participants will quickly discover a fun and empowering experience. Please arrive promptly to secure your spot. Recommended age 10 & up. Fri. Event details.

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Disney in the Park Family Concert
Grab your lawn chairs, blanket and wagon! It’s time for an outdoor concert the whole fam will love. Enjoy your favorite Disney songs under the stars at this show. Fri. Event details.

July Family Fun Day
On your marks, get set, go! Gather your family and head to Tollgate for a Challenge Race. It’s sure to be fun for all! Complete a lap around the large loop and take on the various fitness challenges and games along the way. Pack and a water bottle and be ready to move about. No equipment necessary. Registration required. Sat. Event details.

Kla Ha Ya Days
Snohomish’s good old-fashioned summertime festival is returning in 2021. Families can enjoy the Carnival at Harvey Field, the Car Show in the historic downtown district and even the Salmon Bake at Hill Park/Blackman’s Lake. Weds.-Sun. Event details.

—Allison Sutcliffe

Looking for more things to do? Check out our full events calendar and free summer activities guide for more ideas.