For Christina Salwitz, it’s always been about design. A double major in fashion and marketing, she could work magic putting together a sharp outfit. It served her well as a Personal Shopper for Seattle based Nordstrom. But after the birth of her daughter, Christina was ready to discover something different.
If you are thinking about sprucing up your garden, making some changes to your kitchen or master bath, you might want to head to one of the area’s many events for home owners. Learn from the experts, find ideas and shop for spring plantings under one roof!
Kent Station and Reds Wine Bar invite you to eat, walk, talk, laugh and play on Thursday, September 20 for SeptemberFest – a festival of wine, beer, bites and music in support of Children’s Therapy Center.
Ready to get out of town this weekend? Whether it’s noshing, sailing, aviation, garden touring, art festivals, or beer and wine tasting (did we mention noshing?), there’s plenty to do in Washington state!
Fragrant lilacs, an 1800s original farmhouse, and Victorian gardens are waiting for you to tour during Lilac Days in Woodland, WA, April 21 – May 13.
Want to know more about Washington’s flora and fauna? Want to get ideas on how to have a sustainable garden? Get outside with your family and friends? Head to one of these fun and free nature walks.
If your green thumb is telling you it’s time to get gardening, here are some Puget Sound nurseries and events where you can get great tips and pick up supplies to get your spring garden started.
If you’re ready for a drive out of town this weekend, you might want to pick up some arts and crafts, get some gardening tips, or do a little beach combing. There’s plenty to do just outside of Seattle!
It’s the 73rd annual Seattle Home Show February 18 -26 at CenturyLink Field. “We’re Having a House Party” is the theme of this year’s Show – and what a house party it will be – with wine tastings, free art and antique appraisals, home product giveaways and more.
Since 1989, the Northwest Flower and Garden show has been bringing gardening enthusiasts from around the Northwest flock to this annual celebration, held in the beautiful Washington State Convention Center. The show runs from February 8 -12, and it’s the second-largest garden show in the US!