2013 marks the Year of the Snake on the Lunar calendar! Come out to one of these festive events – enjoy dances, to food extravaganzas, music and culture from Hmong, Japan and Vietnam!
Kwanzaa, a family celebration started in the 1960s, was created to introduce and reinforce seven basic values of African culture which contribute to building and reinforcing family, community and culture among African American people as well as Africans throughout the world African community. Here are some Kwanzaa celebrations and observances you can attend in the Puget Sound area.
The greater Seattle area offers some of the best places to celebrate Native American Heritage Month this year.
It’s November already! Time to think of holiday shopping, festivals and fun! Here’s what’s happening this weekend in Seattle.
Romance! Action! Suspense! Come along for the ride from now through Sunday, November 11, as ACT Theatre brings one of South and South East Asia’s greatest and most beloved epics to life.
Boats Afloat! The Puyallup Fair! Edmonds Art Studio Tour! Fiestas Patrias! Snohomish Pumpkin Hurl and Medieval Faire! Quick, make plans to head to one (or all!) of these family friendly events this weekend!
Help the Seattle Center celebrate its 50th birthday, enjoy organic produce and gardening at the Urban Farm Festival, pick apples and squeeze your own cider, and learn more about Japanese Culture! There are some great free activities for you and your kids in Puget Sound this weekend!
Opa! A tradition since 1960, the St. Demetrios Greek Festival returns this year, September 21, 22 and 23 at St. Demetrios Greek Orthodox Church in Seattle’s Montlake neighborhood.
Rosh Hashanah marks the start of a new year in the Hebrew calendar. It’s beginning of High Holy Days and a celebratory time! Blow the shofar! Dip an apple in some honey for a sweet year ahead. And head to synagogue on September 16 and 17. Here’s where you can find services in the Puget Sound area.
World Vision’s Step into Africa is a unique 2,000sq. ft. FREE interactive exhibit that allows Americans to step into the lives of actual children affected by HIV and AIDS in the hardest-hit region of the world: Sub-Saharan Africa.