Get a new coat or sweater for the holidays? If you are clearing out your closet, you might consider making a donation to one of these local winter drives. Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood Sweater Drive, Buffalo Exchange drive and Sleep Country pajama drive, all benefit local charities.
Whether it’s dressing like Elvis, running in your undies, through mud, foam, with zombies or electric lights, Seattle has got some crazy 5Ks for you in 2013. Get in shape, let loose and have fun! Here are some of our favorites.
Be a part of the World’s Largest Snowball Fight at Seattle Center, show your Seahawks pride at Woodland Park Zoo, or lace up your skates for one last glide across the rink in Bellevue this weekend.
Head out this weekend for the country’s FREE winter trails day, celebrate winter with a fine ale and an ice sculpture, or enjoy watching eagles in Skagit County. January is filled with fun things to do!
The Thunderbird Community Sports Foundation is offering you a chance to take home a custom built kids’ playhouse! By purchasing a $5 raffle ticket on the ShoWare Center concourse, you have a chance to win the playhouse, built by Schneider Family Homes.
Dragons and castles and fairies, oh my! The new year brings the fun of the renaissance and medieval magic to Seattle. Here are some places and events you’ll want to visit!
These recipes from two of Seattle’s finest chefs include new ideas and flavors to enjoy to get kids excited about meal time.
The charming town of Chelan is transformed in to a winter paradise for this annual event. Enjoy beautiful ice sculptures, live music, a beach bonfire, polar bear splash, chili cookoff, fireworks and more.
Looking to make some improvements around the house? Or to get a little fresh air at an outdoor skating rink? 2013 is in full swing this weekend at home and health expos, skating rinks and archaeology exhibits!
Bring your little budding explorers to the Burke Museum this Saturday, January 5 for Archaeology Day! See unique artifacts found in our own local neighborhoods, including this cup (pictured) discovered in Laurelhurst!