Community and celebrating are happening all this weekend in Puget Sound! Auburn, Marysville, Edmonds, Kirkland, North Bend, and Seattle are having family activities, fun for kids and lots of food and entertainment!
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A grand parade sets the tone for America’s Birthday, followed by fun and fireworks, of course! Head out on Independence Day to catch one of these community parades!
From Kids’ Day to Strawberries, Pride Festival to Highland Games, with art and car shows in between, you have your pick on where to go and what to do around the Sound this weekend!
Seattle’s not the only city celebrating America’s Birthday on July 4! Here are some of the other local communities with entertainment, parades, family fun and fireworks!
The King County Sheriff’s Office said Monday that remains found in Auburn, Wash., in 1985 belong to Sandra Denise Major. The 20-year-old was reported missing on Dec. 24, 1982, and was last seen getting into a pickup in North Seattle.
It’s a free day of fun just for kids and their parents at Les Grove Park!
Moviegoers of all ages can climb aboard the Summer Movie Express, starting June 26, and enjoy movies all summer long for just $1 per person! Take the boredom out of summer and head to a ‘G’ or ‘PG’ rated movie with the kids!
Summer’s nearly here and it’s time to make plans to attend a family-friendly outdoor movie! Head to one of these Puget Sound area parks for free music, fun and activities, followed by a movie at dusk. Pack your blankets and snacks, and get ready for an entertaining summer!
Looking for a great bargain? You might want to head out to one of these giant community sales for a good deal on things you need for yourself, your kids, or around the house! Here are some of our favorites.