The longest day of the year, the end of the Mayan calendar, the spirit of the holidays, and a model train festival! So much going on this weekend around the Sound! Ready, set? Go!
An Italian Christmas celebration, the Seven Fishes Feast is filled with delicious seafood, and Seattle has some of the country’s best! Here’s where you can celebrate like the Italians do!
There are plenty of holiday celebrations to keep you and your family busy all weekend long! Whether it’s spending a few moments with Santa, checking out the gorgeous light displays, playing with toy trains or enjoying potato latkes, you’ll find something to do in Seattle!
Welcome to your 2012 Holiday Guide! Don’t miss our gift-giving ideas, shopping advice, food & drink recipes, and movie & music recommendations. Share some holiday cheer with your friends!
Part of Christmas in the Northwest is the beauty of lighted ships and boats on the local lakes and in Puget Sound. Join in the fun and merriment of the holidays and take a ride on one of these evening cruises!
During the first 12 days of December, Seattle based Starbucks is offering a special purchase each day. Check them out at your local Starbucks or online at starbucks.com!
If the holidays just aren’t the same without a hot toddy, Spanish coffee or Gingerbread martini, you’ll find fun and festive holiday libations at some fantastic Seattle area lounges. Here are some of our favorites.
Just a short drive from Seattle, there’s a host of holiday happenings for the whole family! Enjoy lighted boat parades, winter ales, Dickens characters and a whole Bavarian town filled with fun!
After all the shopping, sight-seeing and standing in line, you are ready for some time to unwind! Let the stress of all the hustle and bustle melt away with one of these relaxing spa treatments in some of the holiday’s favorite scents, like peppermint, cinnamon and brown sugar.
If you want to celebrate a green Christmas, you might think about purchasing a “living” Christmas tree. Kept potted for the holidays, you can transition the tree to your yard (or donate it to be planted elsewhere). Here are some local places where you can find a tree and do good for the environment.