Today's picks for civic nerds.

For Sunday

Brews with Dad 

Still looking for Father's Day plans? Take your dad to the Washington Brewer’s Festival at Marymoor Park in Redmond. The festival is open to all-ages—kids and beer aficianados alike.

This year's festival features 74 Washington breweries and 250 different beers to try. And if beer isn't your thing, the festival offers food booths, live entertainment, games, crafts, and wine and cider tastings. Plus, designated drivers get in for just $5.

2013 Washington Brewer's Festival, June 16, 11am-6pm, Marymoor Park, 6046 W Lake Sammamish Parkway NE, Redmond, $25 ticket for 21+, free for under 21

For Tomorrow

The Future of Our Planet

Take a brave look into the future of our warming planet at the Seattle Science Festival. The last night of the festival features two of the world's top experts on climate change, Kevin Trenberth and Richard Alley, along with award-winning New York Times climate journalist and blogger Andrew Revkin.

Seattle Science Festival Closing NightJune 15, 7:30 pm. Seattle Repertory Theatre, 155 Mercer St, general admission $30; premium admission $60; students (with ID), $15

And For Today

A Green Birthday 

Seattle Greendrinks is celebrating its tenth year, and you're invited. The local nonprofit has worked for the past decade to connect the environmental community in Seattle through events and monthly meetups. Come celebrate their birthday bash with food, drink, and a silent (headphone) disco dance party—with prizes for best-dressed—at the Sustainableworks Warehouse. The party will also include a thrift shop costume contest judged by Seattle's mayor Mike McGinn, with prizes for best-dressed.

Seattle Greendrinks Birthday Celebration, Fri June 14, 5:30-9pm, Sustainableworks Warehouse, 4000 Airport Way S, $15 advance, $20 at the door.

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