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!
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!
Lords and Ladies! You are invited to join in on the medieval summer festivals in Western Washington! Come for the music, food, jousting and games. Take a step back into Elizabethan history. Here are some of our favorite Renaissance Festivals.
Up for a muddy challenge? How about registering for one of these Seattle area mud runs! Many of these runs promise live music, beer and enough mud to make you need an extra loofah – or two.
You may put a bouquet on a neighbor’s door step to celebrate May Day. Or you might want to go to one of these Puget Sound events that include art, marine animals, music and even a Maypole!
During Lent, Seattle has activities including a Friday fish fry, concerts, craft activities and ways for you to give back to the community. Here are some of our favorites.
The National Weather Service has issued a flood warning for the Tolt, Snoqualmie and Puyallup rivers through Wednesday because of heavy rain and melting snow in the Cascades.
You’re headed out for Thanksgiving dinner and you’ve been asked to bring dessert. Here are some of our favorite places in the Seattle area where pies, cakes and other goodies come in all kinds – including vegan, and gluten-free!
Fall is here! Time for pumpkins, corn mazes, costumes and spooky fun! Here are some places where you can take the kids to celebrate harvest time!
Whether it’s Oktoberfest, celebrating all things apple, or picking the perfect pumpkin, September is the beginning of fall fun in Puget Sound!