It’s the fifth annual Gig Harbor Film Festival, October 19 – 21! Plus, on October 18, you’ll have a chance to meet this year’s special guest, Gig Harbor High School grad and award-winning actor Josh Lucas!
In conjunction with the Seattle Opera, the Seattle Public Theater Youth Program is proud to present six FREE performances of Stephen Sondheim’s grizzly, modern musical classic Sweeney Todd.
Ladies and Gentlemen! Boys and Girls! Ringling Bros. invites you to join them in Barnum Bash! It’s the Circus Celebration of the Century, and it’s coming to Puget Sound August 17 through September 3!
Come for some good old-fashioned summer time fun for the whole family at the 99th annual Kla Ha Ya Days July 18 – 22 in Snohomish!
It’s a weekend of festivals! Hop in the car and head out to celebrate the Northwest’s Scandinavian heritage, Rhododendron blossoms, migratory birds, and the biggest 7 Sport Relay race in the state!
The 17th annual AJC Seattle Jewish Film Festival (SJFF), March 15 – 25, is a 10-day international cinematic exploration and celebration of Jewish life, global cultures, identity, history and filmmaking for everyone.
Seattle Restaurant Week is coming back to serve up three-courses for $28 at your favorite restaurants April 8 – 13, and 16 – 19! Sunday night through Thursday nights never tasted so good!
Irish eyes are smiling this weekend with plenty of St. Patrick’s Day Events, as well as fun for those who enjoy antiques and collectibles. Your pot of gold is waiting for you!
If you’re ready for a drive out of town this weekend, you might want to pick up some arts and crafts, get some gardening tips, or do a little beach combing. There’s plenty to do just outside of Seattle!
The 5th Avenue Theatre has set plans to host panel discussions and a Town Hall meeting to engage audiences about the portrayal of race in the current presentation of Rodgers & Hammerstein’s Oklahoma! Called “provocative” by the Seattle Times, this new production features an African American actor as the antagonist, sparking vigorous discussion among audiences about racism both in 1907 (when the musical is set), and in society and the arts today.