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.
People eat more food on Super Bowl Sunday than any day of the year, including Thanksgiving. This year, try something new when you host your Super Bowl Party. Pick up a platter from one of these Seattle eateries.
Seattle Women’s Chorus “Shot Through the Heart” Concert Offers Unique Opportunity to Publicly Proclaim Your Love
The Seattle Women’s Chorus sings about the good, bad, and hilarious aspects of love at Benaroya Hall on February 18 and 19. And you can surprise your sweetheart with a special, very public proclamation of love!
Want to start the new year off with a SPLASH? There are several Puget Sound area Polar Plunges. Many go to help Washington’s own Special Olympics.
If “Dancing With the Stars” has you wishing you could swirl across the dance floor, why not try a few dance classes at one of these Puget Sound area ballrooms? Then come back for a dance night and show off what you’ve learned!
It’s the holiday season! And for Sushi Cafe in Renton, that means Uni season as well.
Join the new 94.1 KMPS during their annual Bike Drive to make a special Christmas for a child in need.
Want to find a photo opportunity with Santa, but don’t have lots to spend? Saint Nick has some bargains for you and your kids this season.
Tchaikovsky’s beautiful ballet was first performed in 1892. Over 100 years later, it is still a holiday tradition performed around the world. Here is where you can see Clara, her prince, the mice, the Sugar Plum Fairy and more in Puget Sound.
Now in its 62nd year, the Christmas Ship tradition on Lake Union, Lake Washington and Puget Sound continues! From just after Thanksgiving until December 23, you can float along with carolers and other lighted boats and ships for an amazing Seattle area holiday adventure!