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Top 10 Things to Do in Summer in Redmond

The city of Redmond is a great place to be during the summer. With comfortable and inviting temperatures, you’re sure to find plenty of things to keep your family occupied. Whether you’re a resident or a tourist, be sure to put these things on your summer to-do list.

 

1.    See a Concert at Marymoor Park

 

During the summer months, Marymoor Park is the place to catch all your favorite musical acts. From local musicians to superstars, there is something for everyone. This amphitheater has great acoustics. Be sure to buy your tickets in advance, as the most popular performers may sell out.

 

2.    Sip Local Flavors at the Washington Brewers Festival

 

If you like beer, then the Washington Brewers Festival is the place for you. This annual event features approximately 500 beers from over 100 local breweries. Live music and food vendors make this a fun festival for all.

 

3.    Celebrate the Popular Derby Days

 

The most well-known summer festival in Redmond is the Derby Days. Residents participate in the weekend-long event each year. Bicyclers can complete in the criterium race. Kids enjoy the carnival atmosphere, complete with rides, games, and of course great food. Don’t forget to sign up for the Derby Cornhole Tournament.

 

4.    Test Your Skills at Rock Climbing

 

Thrill seekers love to climb the 35-foot concrete wall at Marymoor Park. Both advanced climbers and beginners will find the wall challenging and exciting. Here, you’ll find climbers practicing bouldering and lead climbing.

 

5.    Shop Local Vendors at So Bazaar

 

Those who like to hunt for a bargain can do just that at the So Bazaar Night Market. The city of Redmond offers this pop-up market on Thursday nights in August. You’ll get to see the goods from local vendors, while also listening to great music and tasting delicious treats. This event is free to the public.

 

6.    Experience Awe at Big Truck Day

 

If your child is into cars and trucks, then you must check out Big Truck Day in August. This event features a wide range of big rigs, including trailers, tractors, and even construction vehicles. Let your truck enthusiast get up close and personal with some of the most impressive big rigs that help to serve the local community.

7.    Go Horseback Riding at Farrel-McWhirter Park

 

You can experience equestrian life at Farrel-McWhirter Park. This park features many horse trails through beautiful forests. If you’re a horseback riding novice, be sure to sign up for riding lessons.

 

8.    Sign Up for a Sports League at Redmond Community Center

 

If you miss playing team sports, then summer is the perfect time to join a league at the Redmond Community Center. The center recruits for basketball, soccer, and softball during the warmer months. Men’s, women’s, and coed teams are available.

 

9.    Take Art Classes from Redmond Art Studio

 

Those looking to improve their artistic skills can sign up for a variety of classes at the Redmond Art Studio. Taught by trained artists, these classes are popular with both kids and adults. You can learn drawing techniques or even create clay sculptures!

 

10. Tend a Community Garden at Juel Park

 

If you have a green thumb, then consider bringing your gardening expertise to Juel Park. Redmond residents can rent a garden plot for their planting enjoyment all season long. As a community experiment, your garden will benefit others in the city. More Here

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