Football not your thing? Perhaps a day to unwind, stretch, and make a new intention for 2012 is your style. Here’s where you can renew yourself on New Year’s Day.
After a late night saying good-bye to 2011, why not sit down with the family for a comfortable and relaxing Sunday brunch to welcome in the New Year?
Where are you ringing in the New Year? If you want to dress up, sparkle, and dine with elegance, here are some lovely dining opportunities around the Sound.
Christmas blew in with scattered power outages around the Sound, according to Seattle City Light.
Seattle, Bellevue and Tacoma are lit up like Christmas trees this weekend – buzzing with activities for the whole family! Some are even open on Sunday, December 25!
It’s time for Winter Solstice, the shortest day of the year. Want to head out and observe the sunset with a real astronomer? Head to West Seattle’s Solstice Park on Wednesday, December 21.
There are many opportunities for you to give back this holiday season. From a simple mouse click, to serving up a hot meal, to being an “elf” personal shopper for kids, you can spread holiday cheer to those less fortunate.
Family coming into town for the holidays? Want to sit down to a relaxing, festive meal? Whatever the reason, beautifully appointed and deliciously appealing, Seattle restaurants have you covered for Christmas Eve and Christmas Day dinner.
It’s Green Monday… and economic forecasters predict it’s the beginning of the biggest week of online holiday shopping of the season. There are deals to be had… including free shipping!