J.S. Bach was born on March 21, 1685. In honor of his 327th year, and the fact that two of the three pieces on NEW WORKS use his music, Seattle’s Northwest Pacific Ballet is offering 20% off tickets for this weekend.
It’s a weekend full of Northwest nature and history! Take a step back in time during Port Townsend’s Victorian Heritage Festival. Celebrate the Razor Clam in Ocean Shores, or watch grey whales migrate in Ilwaco. Boating, birds and beads are all part of this weekend just outside of Seattle.
Thinking of remodeling a room or two? Updating a bath? Becoming more eco-friendly? Head to the Seattle Remodeling Expo at the Washington State Convention Center for tips, seminars and hands-on experiences with the area’s top remodeling experts.
Kent’s Rainier Chorale and Rainier Youth Choirs will appear together in concert for the first time to perform Mass of the Children by John Rutter on Saturday, March 24.
Fremont Danceworks, a troupe of accomplished teen dancers will perform works by leading Seattle-area choreographers in its March spring show, “XpOsed.”
Sing-a-long Sound of Music is calling all Nuns, Goat Herders, Hills, Alps, Baronesses, Brown Paper Packages Tied up with String or any of your favorite things on March 24 and 25!
Did you hear the proposal and say “YES”? Lucky for you, there are several Seattle area Wedding Expos and Events to help you plan your summer or fall wedding!
You’re invited to help Seattle’s Century Ballroom celebrate 15 years of memories and dreams come true! Come for three nights of fun dancing, dining, and diversions February 24 – 26.
Forecasters say a storm front moving through Washington Friday will bring gusty winds and rain to Western Washington and up to 2 feet of new snow in the Cascades by late Saturday.
There’s a lot to do in Seattle this weekend! Forget the rain – enjoy the Seattle Home Show, Wintergrass Festival, Food and Wine Experience or bike the Chilly Hilly with Cascade Bicycle Club! Plus fun kids events!