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Looking for a new job? Looking for new friends? Just want to have some fun on a Thursday?

The Washington Technology Industry Association has you covered with its Downtown Seattle Tech Crawl, a choose-your-own-adventure tour of some of Seattle’s tech staples and rising stars.

It’s a chance to get a peek inside companies like Avvo, ExtraHop and many more, all while eating, drinking and playing some good old geek games. If you’re in the market for a new workplace, there will also be recruiters at each stop to chat with and drop off a resume.

Things will kick off at the Coterie Worklounge coworking space at  4 p.m. on Thursday, June 29. From there attendees get a map to the other Tech Crawl spots and get to make it up as they go, wrapping up at 7 p.m.

There’s nothing like a little urban exploration to kick off summer in Seattle — but, of course, it’s still June so don’t forget a rain jacket!

That’s one of the highlights from our GeekWire community calendar, the spot for geek and tech events in Seattle and the greater Pacific Northwest. See the full calendar here, submit your event here and keep reading for more suggested events over the next few weeks.

GeekWire Sports Tech Summit

What: Join us for the second annual GeekWire Sports Tech Summit! This year we’re back again with dozens of leading thinkers in data science, sports marketing, virtual reality, wearables and more for an informative and action-packed event. The summit features live demos, interactive panels and fireside chats with leaders in sports tech and, of course, the opportunity to attend both a Sounders and Mariners match as icing on the cake.

When: June 22, 7:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Where: Century Link Field

Register: More event details and ticket options here.

Maker Day – Creative Reuse Projects and Games

What: A day full of eco-conscious fun. Kids can build their own projects with recycled materials and LED lights, play with ReUsetopus, an electronic octopus made from repurposed holiday lights, and try out Space Oddity, the great escape game from Seattle’s 2016 Mini Maker Faire. A great chance to have some fun, get your hands in the Maker world and learn about reusing materials!

When: June 24, 11 a.m. – 2 p.m.

Where: MOHAI

Register: More information here. The event is included with museum admission.

Operation Code Seattle

What: Join the Seattle branch of Operation Code for one one of its first events. The meetup is focused on empowering the military community in the world of tech but welcomes attendees of every sort at events. This event features talks from Axon co-founder and former Marine Sayce Falk and Chef Senior Software Engineer Nell Shamrell-Harrington.

When: June 26, 6 p.m.

Where: Code Fellows – Seattle

Register: RSVP for the meetup here.

CleanTech Innovation Showcase

What: This showcase highlights clean tech innovation, ideas and initiatives from across the U.S. and Canada. Hear presentations from 24 clean technology companies and talk one on one with innovators at the Innovation Expo. The Showcase will focus on industry, research and policy around clean technology.

When: June 26, 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Where: Bell Harbor International Conference Center

Register: More information and ticket options here.

An Evening with Bill Bradley & Dan Evans

What: A civil bipartisan conversation is a rarity these days, never mind a bipartisan conversation about environment conservation. Environmental education nonprofit NatureBridge is bucking that trend with an evening with Bill Bradley, a former Democratic U.S. Senator, and Dan Evans, a former Republican Washington Governor, both of whom made environmental conservation a focus of their public work. It’s sure to be inspiring and informative.

When: June 28, 7:30 – 9 p.m.

Where: Benaroya Hall

Register: More information and ticket options here.

Women@Work: A Different Future for Tech

What: Join a range of women technology leaders for an evening of discussion about diversity and how women can blaze their own trails in tech and entrepreneurship. The events will be inspirational, instructional and community building. Also keep an eye out for GeekWire reporter Monica Nicklesburg, who will be moderating a panel.

When: July 13, 1 – 7 p.m.

Where: 415 Westlake

Register: More info and ticket options here.

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