Seattle is bustling with activities this weekend! From Seafair’s Torchlight Parade, to Scottish Highland Games and Aquafest, to car shows, art shows and music festivals, there’s something for everyone!
If you’re ready for a getaway, you don’t need to go far from Seattle. From fairs and rodeos to sand sculpting, jazz and blueberries, there’s a celebration in WA with your name on it!
City Target is gearing up to open its doors on Sunday, July 29 on 2nd Avenue. Their soft opening begins Wednesday, July 25 and they’ll be open the rest of the week before the Grand Opening on Sunday.
Talk about keeping it local! Mayor Mike McGinn has introduced a new concept – Only in Seattle Sundays. And kicking off the first shop and eat local Sunday of discounts and fun is the troll dwelling, art friendly neighborhood of Fremont.
Seattle’s newest downtown department store, City Target, is planning its Grand Opening for Sunday, July 29, according to SeattleDowntown.com.
New Belgium, the makers of the Fat Tire Amber Ale, are touring the country with independent films, beer and bicycles. And Friday, July 29, they are setting up a giant screen in Gas Works Park. Come see a film, have a beer, and support the Nature Consortium!
Sometimes good pub grub is the only thing that will satisfy. A good ballgame, a good beer, and some good hot wings? Seattle’s got them all. And even one of those wing locations will be featured on the Food Network on July 29!
Take a walk through one of these lovely Seattle neighborhoods this summer, and pick up some amazing bargains! How fun that shopping, summer and sales go together so well!