In Seattle, Zombie Apocalypse Day will be observed on Sunday, January 27. You can learn about preparation and survival, or find a couple of runs to get your legs in shape before the zombies arrive.
In conjunction with the Seattle Opera, the Seattle Public Theater Youth Program is proud to present six FREE performances of Stephen Sondheim’s grizzly, modern musical classic Sweeney Todd.
There’s no end of fun and entertainment around Seattle this weekend. Pack up the kids, sunscreen and snacks and head out to Viking Days, a Renaissance Faire, Community Festivals, Railroad Days, the NW Sand Festival and more!
The Postal Service will hold a ceremony Friday in the Capitol Rotunda to introduce the new Washington state forever stamp. The stamp is part of the last set of 10 stamps in the Flags of Our Nation series.
Seattle Hempfest started out in 1991 as a humble little gathering and has grown into one of the most sophisticated cannabis policy reform events in the world. This year, the 3-day festival will be open to the public on Friday, August 17 through Sunday, August 19 at Seattle’s Myrtle Edwards Park.
Downtown Bellevue Network will be giving clues, and if you seek the hidden prize, and find it, you’ll enjoy lunch at John Howie Steak or Seastar Restaurant and Raw Bar!
From Monday thru Friday, August 15 – 19, the Denny Triangle neighborhood is offering up a week of fun. Follow @DowntownSeattle on Twitter or Facebook to find the “hidden” food truck!
A hop, skip and a ferry ride away from Seattle is the quaint city of Friday Harbor. The island is hosting this year’s San Juan County fair, which has the feeling of an arts festival. Come and see.
Head down to Pike Place Market between August 7 and 20 to help Rachel with her “quarter”-century celebration (pun intended)!