Got a hankering to head out of town? Just a short drive from Seattle will take you to Chelan’s Winterfest, Outhouse Races, Skagit’s Eagle Festival, a Bavarian Ice Festival, a Brewfest, a Wine and Seafood Festival and much more. Here are some of our favorites.
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.
Lovely arts and crafts and wine events this weekend are just a short drive out of town. Get a away for the weekend, relax and do some sipping and shopping. Here’s where to go!
Fall weather means its time to harvest the grapes in Washington state. Bringing them in, and crushing them to start a new fermentation process is often called “Crush”. And with crush, comes a time to celebrate! Here are some great wine events to check out!
Rent a motorboat this summer, and head to Lake Chelan, a favorite spot for Seattle folks to enjoy extra warm sun and a few days of R&R.
Ready to go fly a kite in Ocean Shores? Put on a kilt at the Bellingham Highland Games? Whoop and holler at a rodeo in Rosalia? There’s a whole lot of fun happening in WA this weekend. Take the kids out of town and have a great time!
Thinking about taking Mom out for the weekend? Washington’s Apple Blossom Festival, Leavenworth’s Mai Fest, the Brews & Blues Festival, ’49er Days and more will keep Mom and the family occupied with great activities!
Wanting to get away for the last weekend of 2011? For a short drive, you can watch fireworks over the Pacific Ocean, ski at night, or dance the night away on New Year’s Eve!
Grab your boots and get your yee-haw on. There’s warm weather across the mountains just in time for this weekend’s Rodeo Lake Chelan!
Washington wine production is only second to California, according to a recent Wine Spectator article. And with a bumper crop of Washington grapes, this Spring our state is turning out some beautiful reds and whites. This weekend, you have a chance to taste from Washington’s premiere wineries on both sides of the mountains.