Nestled between the Cascade Mountains to the east and Puget Sound on the west, the Seattle area is filled with opportunities for day trips under $100.
Neighborhood Farmers Market Allience Market Director Chris Curtis sits down with CBS Seattle to talk about the array of food and goodies you can snag this holiday season.
Care to shop fresh and local this winter? Some farmer’s markets in Puget Sound stay open year round, and others are open during the holidays with the freshest and best ingredients to make sure your holidays are healthy and bright!
It’s Magic in the Market at Pike Place Market! On Saturday, November 24, head to the historic Pike Place Market in downtown Seattle for a joyous kick off to your holiday celebration. Plus, support Small Business Saturday!
There’s nothing like a slice of homemade pie and a cuppa joe to make the day feel better. During the holidays, especially, serving up a delectable pie is the sweet end to any meal. Here are some of our favorite pie shops in Seattle.
Pumpkins, trick-or-treat, fall festivals and more are around the Sound this weekend, so pack up the kids and get a jump on your Halloween celebration!
Ready to load up the kids, a picnic lunch, and head out for the day – or the weekend? Enjoy one of the fall weekend adventures! You’re one tank of gas away from loads of family fun!
Just a short road trip from Seattle, the weekend is awaiting! Filled with music, wine, art, kids’ activites, farmer’s markets, and festivals galore! Here are some of our favorites!
The nationally recognized and award-winning summer family festival is in Kent, just south of Seattle, July 12 – 15. The street fair alone is huge – over 600 vendors from around the country. Plus the largest parade in South King County!
A mere 30-minute ferry ride from downtown Seattle, Bainbridge Island feels a world away. The island overflows with quiet country roads, lovely gardens, beautiful beaches, wineries and even a farmers market. A hop to the island is a favorite day trip from Seattle because it boasts a lively arts community including a performing arts center and arts and crafts gallery. Visitors may also enjoy shopping in historic Winslow which is full of locally owned shops featuring everything from practical house wares to unique gifts from the Northwest. If outdoors is more your thing, enjoy a walk through the Bloedel Reserve, or go boating, hiking, biking, horse riding, out to the greens for a little golf or hit the tennis courts. No matter the endeavor, make Brainbridge Island your next big adventure.