With the coming of fall, the air gets crisp, the leaves turn, the pumpkins ripen, and there are celebrations to be had! Here are some of our September favorites.
From learning about apple trees, to picking apples and pressing cider, there are lots of fun family activities this fall celebrating Washington’s most famous fruit!
It’s time for those yellow, fuzzy, juicy peaches! We’ve waited all year for peach cobbler, peach ice cream and peach pie! Washington grows some of the most delectable peach varieties, too! Whether it’s at the market or in the orchard, here are places you can go to pick a pail of peaches!
The Washington Health Department has closed King County beaches to recreational shellfish harvesting after concerning levels of a dangerous toxin were found in samples.
A plot of grass sits in the middle of Seattle, feet from a busy road and on a hill that overlooks the city’s skyline. But it’s no ordinary patch of green. Residents hope it will become one of the country’s largest “food forests.”
Celebrating music, wild mushrooms, fall festivals and spooky ghost tours. Just some of what you can do this weekend for a short drive out of town!
It’s crush time for wine makers, and that means celebrations, seasonal parties and harvest time tastings. Head out to Western Washington’s wine country for one of these fun events.
Autumn festivals, hot air balloons, film fests, and farmer’s markets abound just a car ride away from Seattle.
The first day of fall is this Friday, September 23. Suddenly, our minds think of pumpkins, cider, changing leaves and harvest. Here are some great activities around the Sound where you can take the family to enjoy the first celebrations of fall.
Whether it’s dancing, singing, or taking care of your spirit or health, the Fall Equinox is a time of seasonal change, reflection and celebration. Here are some things happening around Fall Solstice in Puget Sound.