Back and eager to please your palate, it’s Dine Around Seattle, Sundays through Thursdays, November 4 – 29, offering three-course dinners at some of Seattle’s top restaurants for only $30. Many of the same restaurants offer lunch for just $15.
Join Milo on his adventure into the land of Rhyme and Reason during the Seattle Public Theater Youth Program’s production of The Phantom Tollbooth. There are four FREE performances October 26 – 28.
Come see why Seattle Public Theater’s Youth Program is so often praised for its ability to bring exciting theatrical experiences for the whole community with two new plays in November!
Add Seattle’s popular Green Lake to the list of Puget Sound-area lakes hit by toxic algae blooms.
Ready to dress up and make a run for it? Helping local charities, getting your exercise and dressing up for Halloween – what could be more fun? Here are the best 2012 Puget Sound Halloween Runs and Walks.
In conjunction with the Seattle Opera, the Seattle Public Theater Youth Program is proud to present six FREE performances of Stephen Sondheim’s grizzly, modern musical classic Sweeney Todd.
Busy moms with even busier kids can miss out on workout time. If you’re ready to get in shape, with the kids along, here are some great places where you can get your exercise and your kids can have fun, too!
Boats made of milk cartons that float? With people aboard! Aye, aye! It’s the 42nd annual Seafair Milk Carton Derby at Green Lake on July 14. Still thinking about entering a boat? Registration is open until 11:59pm on July 12!
Nearly 100 colorful milk carton boats of all shapes and design will compete on the waters of Green Lake for $10,000 in prizes at this annual Seafair event! The Derby is highlighted by a full day of “competition” as children, adults, families and businesses build milk carton watercraft for show and racing.
When you want to pack a picnic and head outside, here are some of our favorite places in Puget Sound to sit with family and friends on a sunny afternoon.