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.
Seafair’s planes, hydroplanes and ships, festivals of culture, art shows, fairs and renaissance theatre! Here’s what makes being in Seattle the first weekend in August so great!
In a global economy, the world seems to be getting smaller. Now more than ever it’s important for our children to learn another language and culture. If you are thinking of exposing your child to a new language, here are some Seattle area schools that can help.
This Thursday, May 17, is Syttende Mai – Norwegian Constitution Day! Puget Sound will come alive with music, food, dancing, kids’ activities and the biggest parade this side of Norway! Then it’s Viking Fest in Poulsbo all weekend long! Get ready to celebrate!
The 17th annual AJC Seattle Jewish Film Festival (SJFF), March 15 – 25, is a 10-day international cinematic exploration and celebration of Jewish life, global cultures, identity, history and filmmaking for everyone.
Black History Month is celebrated in February to acknowledge life struggles and accomplishments of African American people. This month, you have an opportunity to meet a NASA astronaut, a famous storyteller, local community leaders, and view several interesting films and documentaries around the Sound.
Seattle’s Arab community invites the city to join a celebration of culture and explore the hopes of a changing Arab world at the 7th Arab Festival, a part of the Seattle Center Festal series on October 8 & 9. This year’s theme is Al Noor: Illuminating the Faces of Arab Culture.
You don’t necessarily need to lay out big bucks to take in the arts. Here’s a list of some of the best museums in Seattle that offer free admission.