The Galaxy kept the Sounders in third place in the Western Conference with a 1-0 victory Sunday night.
Pumpkins, trick-or-treat, fall festivals and more are around the Sound this weekend, so pack up the kids and get a jump on your Halloween celebration!
Ready to take the kids and head out of town this weekend? How about a ghost train, Fall Festival, Celtic Music Festival or Boneshaker Bike Ride?
Join Milo on his adventure into the land of Rhyme and Reason during the Seattle Public Theater Youth Program’s production of The Phantom Tollbooth. There are four FREE performances October 26 – 28.
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!
Whether it’s a murder mystery, a masquerade or a simply wicked cabaret, there are plenty of Halloween dinners where you can take your sweetheart for a bite.
Ready to swim with the pumpkins and bob for apples? Bring the kids to one of these Halloween events and help them burn off some energy! Jump in for some spooky swimming pool fun!
From singing and dancing, to sugar skulls and art work, come celebrate and honor your loved ones that have departed at one of these Puget Sound Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) community events.
Gather the family together and head to a local Harvest Festival, costume parade, pumpkin carving, or spooky night time adventure! October is filled with fun activities for the whole family! Whoooo wants to go?
Ready to dress up and make a run for it? Helping local charities, getting your exercise and dressing up for Halloween – what could be more fun? Here are the best 2012 Puget Sound Halloween Runs and Walks.