February 12 is Abraham Lincoln’s birthday, and February 22 is George Washington’s. According to History.com, Americans have been recognizing our first president’s birthday since the 1800s, but President’s Day didn’t officially come around until the 1960s and 70s. Here are some fun ways for you and your family to celebrate two of our most admired presidents.
It’s time to party! Mardi Gras events, red wine, chocolate, antiques and more are just a road trip away from Seattle. Want to get out of town this weekend and explore? Here’s your chance!
Lunar New Year, model trains, wine and whiskey, boats and films…. Looking for something to do this weekend? Kick off your February with one or more of these great activities!
Head to Safeco Field on Saturday and Sunday, January 26 and 27 for the 2013 Mariners FanFest!
It’s a full to bursting weekend in Seattle! The Seattle Boat Show to the Mariners FanFest, Children’s Film Festival and Tacoma Home and Garden Show, to name a few. Why sit home with nothing to do this weekend? Check out what’s happening….
Celebrate the best of winter in Washington! Just a short drive from Seattle, you’ll find sled dog races, winter festivals, and eagle watching! Get out and enjoy!
Whether you have a favorite in the big game this year or not, it’s always a fun time when family and friends get together to watch it on TV and eat good food. And why not enjoy the Harbaugh brothers matchup? If you’re looking to stay in town on Sunday, February 3, here’s where you’ll find a great place to hang out!
Valentine’s Day is special for kids. They love sweet treats, making and exchanging cards and spending time with the people they love best. Here are some fun activities you can do with your littlest valentines to celebrate!
Bon mardi gras! It’s time to celebrate Fat Tuesday in Seattle! Get your masquerade costume ready, put on your dancing shoes and get ready for a terrific party! Here are some of our favorites.
The Comcast Arena is putting flu season on ice! There’s a free public skate and flu vaccine day for Snohomish County residents on Saturday, January 26.