Winter is on the way! And if your kids grew over the summer, maybe it’s time to look for some new winter gear. Whether your family skis and snowboards, or just needs boots, coats and gloves, here are the places to get the equipment you need for winter time!
Always wanted to fly? What’s keeping you? In an aviation town like Seattle, there are plenty of great schools with well qualified instructors who share your joy of flight. Here are some of our favorites.
Want to heat up the dance floor with a little salsa? You’ve seen all those television dancing shows. Now you can learn to dance like a star yourself at one of these local dancing studios!
Do you have a budding musician at home? Whether it’s the drums, guitar, saxophone or violin, there are local, independent music stores that have all the expertise you need to help your little music prodigy. Here are some of our favorites.
The Seattle area is surrounded by water, and it’s a perfect place to learn how to sail. If you are up for the challenge, there are lots of great places where you can learn. Here are some of our favorites.
Wine and music, dancing, cooking and fundraising are all part of the fun events happening in June in the Woodinville Wine Country. Head out to sip and savor the beginning of summer in Western WA.
If you’d like to improve your golf game before your summer vacation, here are some local places where you can play virtual golf, take lessons, or have your swing professionally analyzed. Don’t let the Seattle rain keep you from your favorite sport!
Stand Up Paddleboards (SUPs) are a fun way to get a good abdominal workout, and see the Puget Sound area from a different perspective. This spring, think of a day on the water with an SUP!
The Seattle area’s world-class golf courses also offer a community perfect for practice with wonderful driving ranges and lessons galore. Driving ranges differ in size, price and opportunities, but most have heated facilities for the cold winter days and shelter from the rain. Most offer other facilities to allow practice on putting, chipping and escaping sand traps. These offer all of that and more.
If you’ve got a little skater or hockey player at your house, take them to one of these quality ice rinks around the Sound. Recommended gear: gloves, and clothes in warm, stretchy layers. Tutus and hockey pads are optional.