Two women whose bodies were found in a fire at a home near North Bend had been shot to death, the medical examiner’s office said Monday. Detectives are still trying to find Peter A. Keller, 41, who lives in the house where the women were found.
Celebrate Earth Day at Seattle Center with The Nature Conservancy’s Picnic for the Planet. Bring your own picnic basket, or purchase food from a local food truck. The Nature Conservancy is also attempting to set the record for most people picnicking in 24 hours! Want to take part?
Get out and enjoy all the beauty and fun that western Washington offers! Just a short drive from Seattle will take you to magical tulip fields, art shows, antiques and more.
Why not celebrate Earth Day by taking part in a charity fun run or race? Plant a tree, breathe some fresh air and celebrate!
The Daffodil Festival will be celebrating it’s 79th year during the 2012 festival season. From the parades to the Daffodil Classic Bike Ride and Daffodil Marine Parade, there’s lots of fun activities for the family in the South Sound.
Named one of America’s 50 Most Amazing Wine Experiences by Food & Wine magazine, Passport to Woodinville is a wine lover’s opportunity to sip, swirl and sample the best of Washington’s wines.
King County’s Earth Day Expo Westlake Plaza 4th and Pine http://www.kingcounty.gov/environment/stewardship/earth-day.aspx Environmental entertainment and activities to make your home and garden more earth-friendly. Hours: Friday, April 22 10:00am – 2:00pm Prices: FREE for everyone Whirligig! […]
Earth Day was first recognized in 1970. It’s a day set aside to celebrate our planet, and to give it the nurturing and care it needs. There are lots of activities going on around the Sound all month, but since Earth Day is officially next Friday, April 22, here are some fun events centered around that day.