A homeless camp has been set up near Cesar Chavez Elementary School.
Matt Flynn will get his second straight preseason start for the Seattle Seahawks with rookie Russell Wilson expected to play the second half on Saturday in Denver. Plus, come see Flynn, Wilson and the rest of the Seahawks in training camp on Wednesday, August 15 in Renton!
If your kids want a short trip out of the city to see and enjoy a day at the farm, here are some of our favorite places for a family day of animals and exploring!
Seattle will enter training camp with Matt Flynn, Tarvaris Jackson and Russell Wilson splitting reps, Jackson getting the first snaps with the No. 1 offense, as was the case during offseason workouts and minicamp. But all three will get equal time — at least early in camp — with the No. 1 unit. All Carroll has said about the timeline for the competition is it’ll likely go into the start of exhibition games, which begin Aug. 11 at home against Tennessee.
If you’d like to improve your golf game before your summer vacation, here are some local places where you can play virtual golf, take lessons, or have your swing professionally analyzed. Don’t let the Seattle rain keep you from your favorite sport!
Have a little thespian in your family? Here are some great Seattle area children’s theatres! They put on exceptional performances, and many offer summer camps, classes and opportunities for your drama king or queen to shine.
Join the Seattle Storm for a week of basketball fun! Whether your daughter or son is new to the game of basketball or a superstar looking to improve their skills, Storm camp is the place to be this summer!
Looking for a fun and challenging adventure for your teen this summer? Whether it’s wilderness survival, crew rowing, drama, or computer design, your teen will have a great summer at one of our favorite camps.
Time to start thinking about summer, and where the kids will be. If you have an athlete, an artist, a scientist or a gamer, there’s a camp for your child in Puget Sound!
Little crocuses are beginning to bloom, giving away the first signs of spring. During spring and summer, Washington’s wildflowers are a beautiful sight for photographers, campers and hikers.