Ready to take down your Christmas tree? If it’s not a flocked tree, consider recycling it! It’s much better for the environment, and there are convenient ways for you to leave your tree for recycling pick up or take it to an area recycling company.
If your child still needs to visit with Santa before Christmas Day, there are some great opportunities around the Sound! Santa and his helpers will be making treks to hear the wishes of every little girl and boy! Here are some of our favorite Santa events.
Need some fun ideas for Winter Break this year? If the kids get a little stir crazy, bundle up and head out to one of these Puget Sound area locations. Special hours, themes and fun as your kids learn, sing, and get out their wiggles!
Part of Christmas in the Northwest is the beauty of lighted ships and boats on the local lakes and in Puget Sound. Join in the fun and merriment of the holidays and take a ride on one of these evening cruises!
Don’t let the stress of the holidays mean you can’t sit and enjoy a festive Hanukkah meal with family and friends. Here are some great Seattle area shops who can help you with everything from latkes to dessert!
During the first 12 days of December, Seattle based Starbucks is offering a special purchase each day. Check them out at your local Starbucks or online at starbucks.com!
If the holidays just aren’t the same without a hot toddy, Spanish coffee or Gingerbread martini, you’ll find fun and festive holiday libations at some fantastic Seattle area lounges. Here are some of our favorites.
Just a short drive from Seattle, there’s a host of holiday happenings for the whole family! Enjoy lighted boat parades, winter ales, Dickens characters and a whole Bavarian town filled with fun!
After all the shopping, sight-seeing and standing in line, you are ready for some time to unwind! Let the stress of all the hustle and bustle melt away with one of these relaxing spa treatments in some of the holiday’s favorite scents, like peppermint, cinnamon and brown sugar.
If you want to celebrate a green Christmas, you might think about purchasing a “living” Christmas tree. Kept potted for the holidays, you can transition the tree to your yard (or donate it to be planted elsewhere). Here are some local places where you can find a tree and do good for the environment.