Ready to get out of town this weekend? Whether it’s noshing, sailing, aviation, garden touring, art festivals, or beer and wine tasting (did we mention noshing?), there’s plenty to do in Washington state!
The nationally recognized and award-winning summer family festival is in Kent, just south of Seattle, July 12 – 15. The street fair alone is huge – over 600 vendors from around the country. Plus the largest parade in South King County!
Celebrating America, summertime and summer wines is what’s happening in Woodinville during July. Here are some of our favorite events.
Seattle’s Jeffrey Moose Gallery is expanding into a new space in Rainier Square. They are also hosting a beautiful new show “Big Country: Australian Aboriginal Art Coast to Coast” from June 7 – September 1.
Put on your Spock ears and get ready to teleport yourself to Seattle EMP Museum for a new exhibit starting Saturday, June 9, filled with sci-fi literature, film, television, and art, including an Imperial Dalek from Doctor Who, the command chair from the classic television series Star Trek, Neo’s coat from The Matrix Reloaded and more!
The much anticipated Chihuly Garden and Glass is opening Monday, May 21 and will be the most comprehensive presentation of Seattle’s most celebrated glass blowing artist’s work.
May’s the time for Spring Release wines, outdoor parties and delicious pairings. Head north to Woodinville for celebrations with the best of Washington’s wines!
You may put a bouquet on a neighbor’s door step to celebrate May Day. Or you might want to go to one of these Puget Sound events that include art, marine animals, music and even a Maypole!
Spring is a great time in Puget Sound – the 2012 seasonal farmers markets begin to open! Check out these neighborhood markets that are opening in April and May!
Time to start thinking about summer, and where the kids will be. If you have an athlete, an artist, a scientist or a gamer, there’s a camp for your child in Puget Sound!