Cookies, lights, Santa, shopping and celebrating… all fun activities that you can do this weekend in Seattle. Here are some of our favorites.
Don’t let the stress of the holidays mean you can’t sit and enjoy a festive Hanukkah meal with family and friends. Here are some great Seattle area shops who can help you with everything from latkes to dessert!
Jenny Keller, a Lake Stevens wife and mother of two, has loved baking since she was a preschooler. Her “ruffle cakes”, cookies, cake pops and other treats are well received here in Washington, but these days she’s making a name for herself in Hollywood circles. Featured in this week’s People Magazine, jenny cookies helped celebrate a fabulous birthday!
On Monday, March 12, it’s the 100th anniversary of the Girl Scouts of America. To celebrate, Seattle’s Downtonwn, Wallingford, Capitol Hill and Queen Anne Molly Moon’s Homemade Ice Cream is celebrating with free kids-sized scoops of Scout Mint starting at 12:00pm for the day!
Got some hungry little cookie monsters at your house? Head to downtown Seattle this Saturday for the 2011 CookieFest at Macy’s where local bakeries have batches of fun for you!
If baking is just not your thing, but you still want to take a beautiful plate of cookies to the neighbors or the office, (or just enjoy them yourself), Seattle has some incredible bakeries with delicious cookie treats that will make even Santa smile.
Gingerbread houses, gingerbread baking…. Nothing makes the holidays sweeter than family time around a gingerbread creation. Sign up early for these gingerbread events around Puget Sound… or just come see what others have created!