This year marks the 30th anniversary of the film “The Goonies.”
Here are a few reasons why the 1980 men’s hockey team’s victory is still in fact, a miracle.
February 2013 marks the 23rd Anniversary of Homeward Pet! And on Saturday, February 23, you are invited to a special Anniversary Adoption Event. All adoptions will be just $23. Help set a record and send loving animals home with wonderful forever families!
On Sunday and Monday, October 14 and 15, Occupy Tacoma activists will gather for a two-day celebration of the anniversary of the Tacoma Occupy movement. You are invited to come to the rally and enjoy live music, speakers, political art and more.
Michelle Obama visited Seattle on Tuesday to help raise money for the president’s re-election campaign. On Wednesday night, the Obamas will mark their 20th wedding anniversary with the president’s first debate with Republican rival Mitt Romney.
Bruce Dern and Chely Wright are special guests at the Port Townsend Film Festival this weekend. That’s just one of the events happening just a short drive from Seattle. Check them out!
The 40th Season of PNB gets underway with Cinderella on Friday, September 21. Bring your little princess, or your Prince Charming, and head out for a lovely evening of Fairy Godmothers, glass slippers, and happily ever after.
Join in a futuristic extravaganza at McCaw Hall on Sunday, September 16. There will be music, dance, video, song and special guests celebrating the Pacific Northwest Ballet’s 40th anniversary, and the 50th anniversary of the Seattle World’s Fair!
The Pacific Northwest aluminum industry supplied roughly 40 percent of the nation’s aluminum in its heyday in the 1980s, with 10 plants producing the pliable, lightweight metal for everything from war planes to soda cans. Alcoa is offering free plant tours Saturday to celebrate the 60th anniversary.
Fifty years after the World’s Fair inserted the Space Needle into Seattle’s skyline, the city is celebrating that anniversary by offering an array of new things to see and do at Seattle Center: from a zip line to a new art glass museum.