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!
Coming to Comcast Arena in Everett, it’s the 8th annual Washington State Everett Fall Home Show! On September 28, 29 and 50 you’ll get to see and meet folks from hundreds of local businesses ready to help you update, repair or decorate your home!
Get your tickets and grab your seats – there are only three regular season home games left before the playoffs! And the Storm has some great celebrations ahead, including honoring local heroes, Fan Appreciation Night, and a chance for you to win a new Fiat!
Children who come with the ability to interact with computer screens and basic keyboard knowledge find it much easier to learn in today’s classrooms.
Children’s clothing, furniture and home decor and tea, all new stores opening (and now open) in Seattle’s University Village open air shopping center!
Record Store Day 2012 is on Saturday, April 21 at participating independent record stores around the US. It’s a day to celebrate the vinyl album and the independent retailer. And to help Seattle celebrate, country superstar Dierks Bentley will be doing a FREE live performance at Easy Street Records!
Thinking of remodeling a room or two? Updating a bath? Becoming more eco-friendly? Head to the Seattle Remodeling Expo at the Washington State Convention Center for tips, seminars and hands-on experiences with the area’s top remodeling experts.
There’s plenty to do this weekend in Seattle. You and your kids can learn yoga, dance, learn more about animals or meet R2D2! Here are some of our favorite activities.
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.
Two families in the Seattle suburb of Kent were taken to hospitals Friday night after suffering separate cases of possible carbon monoxide poisoning.