Talk about keeping it local! Mayor Mike McGinn has introduced a new concept – Only in Seattle Sundays. And kicking off the first shop and eat local Sunday of discounts and fun is the troll dwelling, art friendly neighborhood of Fremont.
Do you have a budding musician at home? Whether it’s the drums, guitar, saxophone or violin, there are local, independent music stores that have all the expertise you need to help your little music prodigy. Here are some of our favorites.
This year marks the 4th year of one of Seattle’s largest flash mobs to infect the Northwest. It’s a celebration of the undead on Saturday, July 7 at Red, White and Dead in Fremont.
Whether you want to be bare and brave with the Fremont Solstice cyclists, take a tour of the beautiful Northwest on a bike, or get the kids out with their training wheels for Bicycle Sunday, there are some great bicycle events in Puget Sound during June!
It’s the 41st annual Fremont Fair, celebrating all the fun and funkiness of the Summer Solstice! Join in over Father’s Day weekend, and don’t for get the Solstice Trail Run, Skandia Midsommarfest, Orcas Island Solstice Celebration or Astrological Reading to fill your month of June with activities!
Summer’s nearly here and it’s time to make plans to attend a family-friendly outdoor movie! Head to one of these Puget Sound area parks for free music, fun and activities, followed by a movie at dusk. Pack your blankets and snacks, and get ready for an entertaining summer!
Kick-off the cycling season this Sunday, May 20 with Redhook Brewery’s 17th annual Haul Ash Tour De Brew. Haul Ash commemorates the 1980 eruption of Mt. St. Helens. Over the years, Haul Ash has become a great tradition for local cyclists and Redhook enthusiasts alike.
Ready for May’s Bike Month? If you want to get cycle (and summer) ready, head to one of these Puget Sound drop-in cycling classes and spin your way to a better health!
Seattle’s premier Mobile Food Truck Festival Returns to Fremont on Sunday, May 6!
Falafels are a delightful bite of crispy outside, hot and tender inside goodness. Whether they came from Europe or the Middle East, they are a Mediterranean wonder. Usually part of street food in big cities like New York, Seattle has their own spots for falafel goodness. And according to SeattleEater.com, there may be a Tom Douglas falafel restaurant in Seattle this fall.