Itching for a road trip on a three day weekend? Just a couple of hours from Seattle you can wind through wine country, check out lodges and sporting gear or get your giddy up on and explore the spirit of the West.
The Seattle Golf & Travel Show is the largest consumer golf show on the west coast with over 200 exhibitors, manufacturer’s representatives and demonstrators. It will be at the CenturyLink Field Event Center from Friday, February 10 through Sunday, February 12.
Since 1989, the Northwest Flower and Garden show has been bringing gardening enthusiasts from around the Northwest flock to this annual celebration, held in the beautiful Washington State Convention Center. The show runs from February 8 -12, and it’s the second-largest garden show in the US!
The Geer Planetarium at Bellevue College is the only community college planetarium in Washington state. It has a state-of-the art Digistar 3 projector, accurately reproducing the night sky at any time of year within 900 light years of the sun. And they are offering a special spring show called New Horizons, and a chance for you to view the sky in 3-D!
From boats to James Bond to wine and chocolate… it’s the first weekend during the month of love in Seattle! Here are some of our favorite events this weekend.
It’s a weekend of celebration! Lunar New Year festivities, animals and nature, Seattle Boat Show, Sportmen’s Show, Tacoma Home and Garden Show and more. The snow has melted. Time to get out and explore!
Ready to treat your valentine to some romantic smooth jazz, a tribute to Frank Sinatra, a saucy cabaret show or a Neil Simon play? Valentine’s Day is brimming with great talent and delicious food options around the Sound.
Give back this weekend by cleaning up a beach. Or celebrate nature at the eagle festival. Take in a cultural wine gala, or find the perfect motor home and gear for your favorite sportsman. Get out on the road – there’s something happening in WA for you to enjoy!
There’s a lot going on this weekend around Puget Sound. A free day at the Washington History Museum and a chance to meet a real astronaut, National Rubber Ducky Day, a wedding expo, dog show and juggling festival. What to do first?
For an hour’s drive (or so), you can whisk yourself out of Seattle and enjoy bonfires and ice sculptures in Leavenworth, a craft market on Fox Island, and bald eagles in Concrete!