Sunday, September 9 is National Grandparents’ Day! President Jimmy Carter signed the proclamation creating a special day for grandparents in 1979. Here are some fun ways to celebrate with your grandparents in the Seattle area.
Redmond’s Mayor, John Marchione (pictured) has declared Sunday, August 26 Women’s Equality Day! Come to Redmond to honor the Anniversary of 19th Amendment Giving Women the Right to Vote!
Just announced by KOMO News, a public celebration of Seattle anchorwoman Kathi Goertzen’s life will take place on Sunday, August 19 at 1:00pm at the Fisher Pavilion at Seattle Center.
The last big piece of the Space Shuttle trainer is schedule to arrive at Seattle’s Museum of Flight on Thursday morning. The museum will open at 9:30am for you to visit!
This Wednesday and Thursday, August 8 and 9, it’s the NW Distillery and Cocktail Festival at Sodo Park. The Northwest Distillery and Cocktail Festival presents the largest gathering of distillers, cocktail enthusiasts and mixologists in the state of Washington. You’ll find the finest in artisanal spirits and craft bartending in the NW region.
On Wednesday, August 16, join the Seattle Storm as they celebrate Title IX’s 40th anniversary, Youth Sports Night presented by Virginia Mason, and a special halftime Women in Sports Parade of Athletes!
The Pinter Festival will take over ACT for more than a month, with plays, master classes, readings, films, discussions, and other celebrations of the influential and outspoken British writer, Harold Pinter.
There are Seafair sanctioned festivals in many Puget Sound Communities this weekend! From Kent to Queen Anne, Ballard to Mercer Island, Chinatown-International District to White Center, there are celebrations and family fun to be had! Get out and enjoy!
Bastille Day is a French national holiday, but we in the Pacific Northwest like to celebrate, too! What a great day to enjoy food, chocolate, wine, French culture and much more! Here are some of our favorite Bastille Day celebrations.
The Pacific Northwest aluminum industry supplied roughly 40 percent of the nation’s aluminum in its heyday in the 1980s, with 10 plants producing the pliable, lightweight metal for everything from war planes to soda cans. Alcoa is offering free plant tours Saturday to celebrate the 60th anniversary.