Coffee and a doughnut? Sometimes that’s just what hits the spot. And lucky for us, the Seattle area is filled with locally owned, gourmet doughnut shops that are getting some national attention.
Strawberries, Prospectors, the Wenatchee River and Flag Day…. all reasons for a weekend filled with festivals and celebrations! Hop in the car and head out of Seattle to catch one or more of these great events.
June 8, World Oceans Day is an opportunity every year to honor the world’s ocean! Here are some fun activities you and your family can participate in to learn more about our world’s oceans and how to protect them.
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!
A man stabbed a judge and shot a sheriff’s deputy with her own weapon in a courthouse struggle Friday in Montesano. Much of the town of about 4,000 people went into lockdown during the afternoon as authorities searched for the man. The lockdown on schools was lifted in the afternoon, but afterschool activities were canceled.
This weekend is filled with great activities for hobbyists, animal lovers and wine enthusiasts. And the Tacoma Rainiers are hosting a job fair for game day staff for their 2012 season!
Since 1989, the Northwest Flower and Garden show has been bringing gardening enthusiasts from around the Northwest flock to this annual celebration, held in the beautiful Washington State Convention Center. The show runs from February 8 -12, and it’s the second-largest garden show in the US!
Winemaker dinners, cooking aphrodisiac courses with a professional chef, tasting parties, live music and more await you and your Valentine in Western Washington’s wine country.
Mr. Rogers, everyone’s favorite PBS neighbor, started a gently used sweater and coat drive in 1997. Seattle’s KCTS 9 and PCC Natural Markets are continuing the tradition with a sweater drive through February 13.
Northwest icon and Seattle kids’ favorite clown, J.P. Patches, will be live on TV once again this Wednesday, December 14 on Channel 9, KCTS.