jun 23Earthquake Discussion with "Full Rip 9.0" authorEagle Harbor Book CompanySeattle Times science reporter Sandi Doughton has written the definitive book on what is expected to be the biggest earthquake in the continental United States, one that some scientists argue may be overdue. Bainbridge Island author Bruce Barcott will lead a discussion with Sandi Doughton on her new book, "Full Rip 9.0: The Next Big Earthquake in the Pacific Northwest." In "Full Rip 9.0," Doughton delves into the fascinating and often terrifying world of "The Big One." She introduces readers to the scientists who are dedicated to understanding the way the earth moves and describes what patterns can be identified and how prepared (or not) people are in the region's urban centers of Seattle, Portland, and Vancouver. jul 19 - jul 2127th Annual Seafair Indian Days Pow WowDiscovery Park Environmental Learning CenterThe United Indians of All Tribes Foundation holds this annual 3 day celebration on the beautiful grounds of Discovery Park, Seattle, Washington. The Pow Wow averages 400 - 600 dancers in full regalia, 25 drum groups, and 10,000 spectators which come to celebrate the richness of the Native American culture. We will also have 60-80 native vendors who will show case and sell their beautiful arts and crafts! Come out and enjoy the sound of the drums beating and the dancers dancing while enjoying a traditional salmon bake dinner and piece of frybread! It's an experience that you will never forget! Last year, we had to cancel this event due to funding, we are very excited to bring it back! If you would like to donate to keep the drums beating please visit our website at www.unitedindians.org.