For an hour’s drive (or so), you can whisk yourself out of Seattle and enjoy bonfires and ice sculptures in Leavenworth, a craft market on Fox Island, and bald eagles in Concrete!
Puget Sound has more than one art museum! And for a short drive, you can see over 80 works by French artist Auguste Rodin (sculptor of The Thinker). No airfare to Paris required!
Got some hungry little cookie monsters at your house? Head to downtown Seattle this Saturday for the 2011 CookieFest at Macy’s where local bakeries have batches of fun for you!
The former NBC Nightly News anchor will be interviewed by executive editor of the Seattle Times, David Boardman, in front of a live audience.
From twinkling holiday lights, to cozy quilts, arts and crafts and charity walks, there’s many things you can do around the Sound this weekend.
Ever take a tour of a working farm? Watch a hot air balloon launch? Ride on a tall ship? If you want to head out of town this weekend, these are just some of the fun things you can do!
Since 1971, Bumbershoot has drawn artists representing the best in music, film, comedy, spoken word, dance, theatre, performance, and visual arts to Seattle Center every Labor Day weekend… and it’s here again, September 3, 4 and 5!
It’s a gardener’s paradise, July 8-10, during the 23rd annual Bainbridge in Bloom garden tour. An art auction, evening dinner party, and bus or bike tour around the island will cultivate your love of Northwest nature.
You don’t necessarily need to lay out big bucks to take in the arts. Here’s a list of some of the best museums in Seattle that offer free admission.
Here are some of the best places in Seattle to take the little ones to help unleash their inner Picasso.