May Weekend Events
A solar eclipse, museum expansion, rodeo, wine tasting, and more
MARYHILL MUSEUM NEW WING OPENS
What: Washington’s Maryhill Museum of Art inaugurates its $10 million expansion this weekend. The expansion includes a new exhibit room, outdoor pavilion, cafe, and educational spaces.
When: May 13
Where: Maryhill, Washington
EUGENE BEER WEEK
What: Tastings, beer dinners, home brew competitions and more.
When: Through May 13
PENDLETON CATTLE BARONS WEEKEND
What: Celebrate the West’s ranching tradition at Pendleton’s Cattle Barons Weekend, featuring saddle bronc riding, a barbecue competition, a western art show dedicated to cowgirls, and more.
When: May 11–13
What: The US’s first viewable solar eclipse in 18 years will take place just before sunset May 20.
When: May 20
WOODINVILLE WINE TASTINGS
What: Ten artisan wineries host a spring barrel tasting event, dubbed "In the Cellar," that introduces wine enthusiasts to the nuances of winemaking with tastes from barrels and previews of future vintages. Tickets $85
When: May 20
Where: Woodinville, Washington
KING TUT IN SEATTLE
What: Pacific Science Center is the last stop on the Tutankhamun: The Golden King and the Great Pharaoh exhibit’s U.S. tour and it opens next month. The Grand Hyatt and Hyatt at Olive 8 are celebrating with packages that include VIP tickets to the exhibit and Monorail passes.
When: May 24–Jan 6