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!
Ready for some local fun this weekend? A home show and wedding show, along with museum activities and outdoor ice skating! Let the fun begin!
If you’re longing for a little greenery in your home, January is a good time to look at terrariums, potted container plants and houseplants. Or maybe you’d like to make a winter sanctuary for birds? There are free classes available so you can learn more about indoor gardening!
October is a great time to plant bulbs, winterize your garden, harvest root vegetables and learn how to prepare for springtime. Here are some area garden centers where you can learn more about helping your garden this fall and winter.
An organic farmer’s market, farm animals, music, kids’ activities and more celebrating the harvest season in Seattle!
Seward Park turns 100 years old and the community is celebrating with a festival! Put on your best outfit for being out and about – anything from 1911 to 2011 – and be part of the community promenade around the park! Or join in the festival, eat food, enjoy live music and see vintage Seafair hydroplane boats!
If the summer is getting long, for you and your kids, here are some low-cost, fun family activities to keep everyone busy!