When you want to pack a picnic and head outside, here are some of our favorite places in Puget Sound to sit with family and friends on a sunny afternoon.
Earth Day means taking care of our planet by volunteering, cleaning up and celebrating our Earth. Find a way to do something good on Earth Day at these Puget Sound events.
Thousands of people are expected at Tuesday’s memorial service for Margaret Anderson, the Mount Rainier National Park ranger who was fatally shot on New Year’s Day.
Mount Rainier National Park in Washington will reopen to the public on Saturday, and all services with the exception of snow play will be available this weekend.
UPDATE: An armed Iraq War veteran suspected of killing a Mount Rainier National Park ranger managed to evade snowshoe-wearing SWAT teams and dogs on his trail for nearly a day. He couldn’t, however, escape the cold and has been discovered dead by authorities.
Join in with the Seattle Parks volunteers! Help at one of these work parties to preserve area wetlands, clear trails and restore part of the largest contiguous forest in Seattle. The activities are free, and great for the whole family!
January in Washington means celebrating winter snow, nature and our beautiful mountains. Grab your coat and your family and enjoy!
There are special things to see and do during the last week of 2011 at Seattle area zoos and wildlife parks. Put on your parka and head outside on an animal adventure!
It’s time for Winter Solstice, the shortest day of the year. Want to head out and observe the sunset with a real astronomer? Head to West Seattle’s Solstice Park on Wednesday, December 21.
Cavalia: A magical encounter between human and horse will gallop into Marymoor Park with 38 artists and 45 horses from around the world. And if you look carefully within Marymoor today, you’ll see the White Big Top spanning more than 100 feet in height, being set up on the park’s grounds.