For eight-weeks each summer Seattle’s premier festival includes over 75 events and reaches nearly two million people. Now in its 63rd year, Seafair has been connecting and celebrating the community spirit of Greater Seattle. Here’s what’s happening July 1 – 7!
There’s no place like Seattle on Independence Day! Put on your best red, white and blue, don your stars and stripes and head out to one of these Seattle celebrations!
The Seattle Theatre Group is celebrating their 2012-13 season with a FREE weekend community block party that will feature music, dance, visual performance and demonstration, arts and crafts, food, and more!
The Washington State Apple Blossom Festival, established in 1919, is celebrated each year during the last weekend in April and the first weekend in May. There’s lots happening in Wenatchee and Mason, WA during apple blossom season, including a free concert from country recording artist Matt Kennon!
WA residents are digging deeper for gas money. The AAA auto club reports the average price of a gallon of gasoline in Washington is $4.07, which is 17 cents higher than the national average.
If you’re up for a road trip this weekend, you’re in for a treat. A Beachcombing Festival, Mussel Festival, Hot Air Balloon Roundup and more are going on this weekend in WA!
The 8th annual Poverty Bay Wine Festival in Des Moines, WA is a celebration of live jazz, great food and wine from over 20 Washington State wineries.
The Northwest Women’s Show is coming once again to Seattle. Shopping, wine tasting, fashion shows, seminars and more – all with the NW woman in mind.
Stand up for heart health with Macy’s & save during the Wear Red Sale! Now through February 5, get an extra 20% off when you wear red to any Macy’s or purchase a $2 Red Dress pin. All pin sales will benefit the American Heart Association.
It’s the third annual Belgianfest from the Washington Beer Commission. Come out on Saturday, February 4 to taste over 60 kinds of local, Belgian-style beers, enjoy delicious bites and take in views of the beautiful Seattle Waterfront.