Celebrate Bike Week this week and ride with Seattle Mayor Mike McGinn, take the kids on a Safari Ride, celebrate the Centennial Trail or Bike to Work on May 18! There are lots of fun and healthy ways to get pedaling this week in Puget Sound.
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.
Want to know more about Washington’s flora and fauna? Want to get ideas on how to have a sustainable garden? Get outside with your family and friends? Head to one of these fun and free nature walks.
Want to get outside this Spring and do some good for yourself and the community? Choose one of these charitable runs or walks to benefit kids, beat cancer, and help the homeless. One fun run even offers geocaching!
Whether you’re looking to dance, run or just enjoy the best of the fall season’s bounty – there’s plenty to do in Puget Sound this weekend!
This weekend has lots of food, wine, great music and dancing, and of course, the smell of blossoming lavender.
Seward Park turns 100 years old and the community is celebrating with a festival! Put on your best outfit for being out and about – anything from 1911 to 2011 – and be part of the community promenade around the park! Or join in the festival, eat food, enjoy live music and see vintage Seafair hydroplane boats!
From doing something good for yourself to helping others to celebrating culture, it’s a weekend to get out and enjoy the best of western Washington.
The 12th Annual Furry 5K Fun Run and Walk will take place in Seattle’s Seward Park on Sunday, June 12th, raising money for the Help the Animals Fund.