Trick-or-treating options abound this Halloween season! Bundle up your little witches, ghosts and super heroes and head out to one of these fun, safe and family-friendly activities!
Ready to head out for the weekend? Oktoberfests and beer events, Apples and cider, and art of all kinds, are just some of the great events happening just a short drive away from Seattle.
Home shows, festivals and Oktoberfests, local farms and farmers’ markets are all celebrating the Harvest Time in Seattle. Take a look at what’s happening!
It’s fall in Woodinville… time for the grapes to be harvested, the annual crush, dinner parties, chef demonstrations and more. Sip your way through the lovely wine country in Western Washington. Here are some of our favorite October events.
It’s the fifth annual Gig Harbor Film Festival, October 19 – 21! Plus, on October 18, you’ll have a chance to meet this year’s special guest, Gig Harbor High School grad and award-winning actor Josh Lucas!
Come to downtown Sumner, WA for their annual Autumn Evening and Scarecrow Celebration. The streets will be open to foot traffic only, and the stores will be open later than usual. Come stroll through the shops, and enjoy all the harvest time decor!
Washington state’s “Cranberry Coast” is filled with cranberry bogs (some provide berries to the Ocean Spray juice company), a Cranberry Museum and Cranberry Festivals. October is harvesting month, and it’s well worth a trip to see, taste and learn about one of our state’s oldest crops!
It’s time for fall leaves, apple cider, Halloween parties and pumpkins! Load up the kids, and head out to one of these local farms that have pumpkins, activities and lots of fall fun!
Fall weather means its time to harvest the grapes in Washington state. Bringing them in, and crushing them to start a new fermentation process is often called “Crush”. And with crush, comes a time to celebrate! Here are some great wine events to check out!
Bring your family and friends to Leavenworth, and learn about one of the most fascinating creatures on earth, the salmon! This 21st Annual Salmon Festival will be one to remember with new activities, live animals, and fun filled entertainment September 20 – 23.