It’s a weekend of continuous celebrations! Historic mining town Black Diamond, Seattle’s International Beerfest, Indie crafts and a campout at NW Trek! What a weekend!
The Fourth may be over by Saturday, but summer fun has just begun! Head to more firework displays, festivals, art shows, marketplaces and farmland excitement for you and the kids! It’s all just a car ride away.
The Northwest has the ideal climate for growing lavender. This versatile, sweet smelling herb can be used for flower arrangements, cooking, perfumes, oils, and teas. It is a hardy NW plant that comes in many varieties and attracts butterflies to the garden. Hop in the car and celebrate lavender at one of these long standing festivals!
Head to a one-of-a-kind festival in Seattle where you can taste over 200 world-class beers from more than 15 countries! The festival runs July 6 – 8 at Seattle Center’s Fisher Pavilion.
Hey Storm Fans! The Seattle Storm is offering you a great deal on Sue Bird Bobblehead Night, including premium seats!
Arts and crafts, carnivals, airplanes, dragon parades and dragon boats make up some of the best of this weekend. Go get it!
Redmond Derby Days is an annual summer festival including a kids parade, grand parade, family entertainment stage, live music, eco fair, bicycle Criterium, food, carnival, beer and wine garden and fireworks finale!
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!
The King County Fair is back in action, with a new partner this year, Tennessee based Universal Fairs. The 2011 edition of the fair “will showcase its historic roots with carnival rides, midway games, entertainment, 4-H, exhibitors, delicious food and so much more” says the city of Enumclaw. Come out and enjoy a back-to-basics fun family experience July 7 – 10.
West Seattle Summer Fest is a FREE 3-day street fair! Now in it’s 29th year, West Seattle Summer Fest is host to dozens of bands, hundreds of merchants and artists, and over 30,000 attendees.