Want to get outside this Spring and do some good for yourself and the community? Choose one of these charitable runs or walks to benefit kids, beat cancer, and help the homeless. One fun run even offers geocaching!
Seattle’s local fashion designers are uniting in a fashion extravaganza to to support Planned Parenthood of the Great Northwest on Thursday, March 1.
It’s the third annual Seattle Dances!, a festive dinner, auction and local celebrity dance competition that benefits Plymouth Housing Group. It’s Seattle’s own version of Dancing with the Stars.
Fun runs abound in February around the Sound! Valentine’s Day Dash, Cupid’s Undie Run, plus special charity runs for the Children’s Tumor Foundation, Special Olympics and Hopelink. Get off your chair and have fun on a run!
Think your man has the best (or most interesting) beard or mustache? It’s the fourth annual Beard and ‘Stache Festival! Seattle’s hairiest men are invited to come out and have their picture taken for a great cause – Treehouse, Seattle’s non profit organization that helps foster kids in the area.
Get ready to celebrate New Year’s Eve by doing something good for yourself and others. Take a Nia movement fitness class that benefits Cancer Lifeline!
Ho Ho Ho! It’s time for Santa photos. Get your pet all spruced up and come to Woodinville this weekend.
Ho Ho Ho! It’s time for holiday races, fun-runs and walks around the Sound! Get yourself signed up for the last runs of 2011!
The old Frederick and Nelson department store started Santa Breakfasts in Seattle in 1951. There are now many places where you and your kids can re-live those special holiday moments and enjoy hot cocoa and a chat with Santa. Here are some of our favorites.
It’s time for all the sights and smells of the holidays to descend on us! Head out to one of these fine arts and crafts festivals to get a jump on your holiday shopping and planning.