Beginning Friday, January 11, Seattle Opera kicks off Search for Cinderella, a series of four digital scavenger hunts. Prizes include free opera tickets for the company’s upcoming production of Rossini’s Cinderella, as well as other valuable items that will remain top-secret until each new e-trail of clues is unveiled.
It’s the 17th Annual Model Train Festival at Tacoma’s Washington History Museum starting Friday, December 21! Train enthusiasts are welcome to come and see the huge display of model trains from all over Washington. Plus, kids can participate in a LEGO train design competition.
Maria, the Captain and all the Von Trapp Family Singers will delight you and your family this holiday season. Whether it’s a stage performance, or a sing-along with Julie Andrews on the big screen, here’s where you can yodel with the goat herders in Seattle!
Trick-or-treating options abound this Halloween season! Bundle up your little witches, ghosts and super heroes and head out to one of these fun, safe and family-friendly activities!
Come to downtown Sumner, WA for their annual Autumn Evening and Scarecrow Celebration. The streets will be open to foot traffic only, and the stores will be open later than usual. Come stroll through the shops, and enjoy all the harvest time decor!
British style is crossing the pond as Nordstrom brings TOPSHOP and TOPMAN to select stores and nordstrom.com starting Monday, September 10! Included in the 14 select Nordstrom stores is Nordstrom Southcenter in Tukwila!
The 5th Avenue Theatre is joining in the celebration of the 40th anniversary of the original stage version of Grease with an entertaining cinematic experience: Sing-a-Long-a Grease. Here’s your chance to sport a pink wig or poodle skirt and belt out “Grease Lightning” at The 5th Avenue Theatre, at one of four screenings, September 7, 8 and 9.
City Target is gearing up to open its doors on Sunday, July 29 on 2nd Avenue. Their soft opening begins Wednesday, July 25 and they’ll be open the rest of the week before the Grand Opening on Sunday.
After Walmart announced a Facebook competition to get fans of the musician Pitbull to perform at their nearest store location, an online movement called #ExilePitbull formed to get the “I Know You Want Me” rapper sent to the Walmart in Kodiak, Alaska.
They’ve been growing beards and mustaches for weeks for a good cause. Come celebrate an evening of fun, prizes and surprises at the Triple Door in Seattle.