There are Seafair sanctioned festivals in many Puget Sound Communities this weekend! From Kent to Queen Anne, Ballard to Mercer Island, Chinatown-International District to White Center, there are celebrations and family fun to be had! Get out and enjoy!
Passover begins at sundown on April 6. If you don’t want to do the cooking this year, pick up something festive and delicious at one of these specialty grocery stores or delicatessens.
The weather may not show it, but Spring is sneaking up on us! There are lots of kid, teen and adult egg hunts and fun activities to enjoy!
Purim is a festive celebration of the Jewish deliverance from the Persians as told in the Book of Esther. Kids and adults alike can dress up in costume, eat delicious foods and make charitable gifts to others. Here is where you can find a Purim celebration in Puget Sound.
Looking for a fun and safe place for your kids while you work this winter break? Here are some great places for your little Picasso, David Beckham, Albert Einstein or Audrey Hepburn.
There are some great new places to grab a sandwich and feel as if you’re in a New York Deli right here in Seattle. Check out the latest delis to open!
As the Blue Angels fly into town for this week’s big Seafair airshow, I-90 will close for little while during the week, according to Washington State DOT.
Arts and crafts, carnivals, airplanes, dragon parades and dragon boats make up some of the best of this weekend. Go get it!
Knights on horseback, sword fight action, roving entertainers, magic shows, Shakespeare and more will be at Mercer Island’s “Renaissance Revelry” this weekend!
Ready for fresh fruits and vegetables? Artisan breads, honey, homemade arts and crafts? Area Farmer’s Markets are getting ready to open next week with a bounty of good things to eat and bring home.