Police say a gun brought to a Washington state elementary school in a third grader’s backpack discharged, apparently by accident, critically wounding an 8-year-old classmate.
If you’re looking for a weekend breakfast spot, or just breakfast for lunch or dinner, you’ll flip for one of these pancake or waffle houses in Puget Sound. There’s even gluten-free options!
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.
Time to fuel up the car and hit the road for one last long weekend before summer’s end. Fortunately, there’s lots of great festivals happening in Washington, so you won’t have to travel far to celebrate maritime heritage, Northwest blackberries, or arts and crafts.
From sipping wine to celebrating Tibetan culture, to riding on a choo-choo train, there’s fun for the whole family this weekend around Puget Sound!
Grab your clubs! According to Golfweek.com, Washington has three of the top 50 municipal golf courses in 2011. And one is hosting the U.S. Open in 2015.
With a highly acclaimed Les Misérables coming to town, and plenty of local theatre, there’s enough to keep you well entertained all summer in the Seattle area!
Gas prices are going down, so why not hit the road and head to one of these places in the great state of Washington? It’s a three day weekend, after all, and there’s lots of celebrating going on!
Earth Day was first recognized in 1970. It’s a day set aside to celebrate our planet, and to give it the nurturing and care it needs. There are lots of activities going on around the Sound all month, but since Earth Day is officially next Friday, April 22, here are some fun events centered around that day.