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.
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. Here’s where you can find services in the Puget Sound area on September 28 and 29.
Salty’s restaurants in Seattle and Redondo Beach (Des Moines) are offering shuttle service between their restaurants and Husky football games at the University of Washington, plus brunch, lunch and happy hour specials on game days.
Gorgeous weather, boats, brides, fairs, wine, fishing, and festivals! What better weekend to get out and enjoy!
Gov. Christine Gregoire proclaimed August 7 – 13 Farmers Market Week in Washington! And there are some special events going on at participating markets. It’s time to shop, support our local farmers, and get some delicious produce!
The 2011 Waterland Parade is back with full force and Seafair sanctioned – come see the Seafair Clowns, Pirates and Princesses! Oh, and enjoy some great live music, a farmer’s market, classic car and wooden boat show while you’re there, too!
Before the show you have the opportunity to view some classic cars and boats at the 4th Annual Des Moines Classic Car & Wooden Boat Show.
A fairly new concept in education, project based learning is designed to not only educate students in the subjects required for high school graduation, but to prepare students for workplace environments – even as teenagers. Skill sets like team building, productivity, research and oral presentations are part of the learning process. There are several public high schools around the Sound that have adopted these ideas, and are thriving.