Looking for a musical interlude into 2013? Seattle’s got music of all kinds – classical, jazz, pop – and even a sing-along! Get ready to celebrate in a musical fashion on New Year’s Eve!
Seattle’s Space Needle offers the most anticipated and celebrated New Year’s Eve party in the Puget Sound area.
The longest day of the year, the end of the Mayan calendar, the spirit of the holidays, and a model train festival! So much going on this weekend around the Sound! Ready, set? Go!
After a play or concert, quench your thirst and satisfy your appetite at one of these excellent downtown venues for late night happy hour.
If you’ve got the little ones in tow this New Year’s Eve, why not head out to a family friendly New Year’s celebration? There’s lots of fun to be had in Puget Sound ringing in 2013!
Roughly 200 people made their way down to Seattle Center for a 12:01 am celebration of the legalization of marijuana in Washington. Though smoking in public is still not legal, Seattle Police agreed not to cite anyone early Thursday morning for doing so.
Cookies, lights, Santa, shopping and celebrating… all fun activities that you can do this weekend in Seattle. Here are some of our favorites.
Looking for a unique, hand made gift for someone on your list? There are some lovely bazaars in the Puget Sound area during December, filled with gift ideas, artisan foods, crafts and more to make your home sparkle and your gift giving list complete.
For info on traffic and road closures, the best places to park, viewing locations and what eateries are nearby, check out this spectator’s guide to the marathon.
All aboard! There are some fun adventures this holiday season for you and your kids! Take a ride on a Santa train, or play conductor at Winterfest’s Toy Train and Village! Here’s what’s happening…