Not everybody likes the scary stuff. If your family is looking for a kid-friendly Halloween activity, here are some great ones!
Blazing reds, golden yellows, vibrant oranges… all colors of fall that are beautiful to see on a drive, or a hike. Here are some places in Washington where you can go for spectacular fall color.
Not just another card shop holiday, President Jimmy Carter signed the proclamation creating a National Grandparents Day in September, 1979. Here are some fun ways to celebrate with your grandparents in the Northwest. All aboard?
The Washington State Recycling Association is having a fundraising event on Thursday, August 25 at Snoqualmie Ridge which focuses on recycling at public events. Each attendee will receive a two-day pass to the Boeing PGA Classic!
The 20th Annual Alaska Airlines Courage Classic Bicycle Tour is August 6-8, 2011. It’s a three day ride over three big area hills, for the Child Abuse Intervention Department at Mary Bridge Children’s Hospital.
All aboard! This summer, Thomas the Tank Engine is making his way from the Island of Sodor to the Snoqualmie Depot! Bring the kids for a day out with Thomas during his “Leader of the Track” tour.
Do the kids call him “da-da” or “Daddy”? Maybe a Father’s Day geared for the younger crowd is what you’re looking for this weekend. Here are some ideas:
Looking for a couples’ massage, relaxation, peace and serenity? The Seattle area has some gorgeous getaways for two.
Just 25 miles north of Seattle is the city of Snoqualmie. Founded in 1889, the population of Snoqualmie has exploded in the last decade, bringing new business, shopping, and restaurants to its already rich history and natural wonder.
Moms are often showered with home-made cards, school art projects, and breakfast in bed on Mother’s Day. Here are some ideas that can involve the whole family to say “thank you” to Mom on her special day.