Sunday, September 9 is National Grandparents’ Day! President Jimmy Carter signed the proclamation creating a special day for grandparents in 1979. Here are some fun ways to celebrate with your grandparents in the Seattle area.
There’s no end of fun and entertainment around Seattle this weekend. Pack up the kids, sunscreen and snacks and head out to Viking Days, a Renaissance Faire, Community Festivals, Railroad Days, the NW Sand Festival and more!
Want to learn how to drive fast? Want to race, or gain high performance skills? Here are the top notch NW schools that can give you a thrilling behind the wheel experience!
For those who love trains, Washington state is filled with American railroad history. Part of the unexplored West, Washington became a huge part of shipping grain and other goods by rail. Come see and experience what life was like well over a century ago at these interactive train museums.
Get out with Mom on Mother’s Day weekend and do something fun together. Ride a train, head to the zoo, take a cruise around Lake Washington or do a charity walk!
Spice up your day on Saturday, May 5th with one of these Cinco de Mayo celebrations! From an early morning run to neighborhood celebrations, dinner cruise, kids’ activities and late night entertainment, there’s something for everyone!
The first Arbor Day was held in Nebraska in 1872, and nearly one million trees were planted that day. We celebrate Arbor Day by planting trees, volunteering to clean up outside, and celebrating our lush Northwest Landscape. Here are some of our favorite Arbor Day events….
Tonight Show host and comedian Jay Leno is headed back to the Puget Sound for a one night performance at the Snoqualmie Casino.
Skiiers and boarders should be happy. Forecasters say frontal systems moving through Washington Wednesday and Thursday will bring heavy snow to the Cascades.
Three to 7 inches of rain in the Cascades and melting snow overflowed some Western Washington rivers, but the National Weather Service says they’ll be cresting Wednesday and returning to their banks.