Friday, February 1 is National Go Red for Women Day! It’s a day for you to wear red, raise some money for the American Heart Association, or make personal choices to live a heart-healthier life. Here are some events surrounding the National Go Red for Women Day around the Sound.
Creative clothing, fashion accessories, and unusual jewelry from more than 75 artists of local, regional, and national acclaim will be for sale at the boutique-style show. Plus, a third of each RAGS artist sale benefits the YWCA’s domestic violence prevention and intervention programs.
Like getting your hands dirty? Want to learn a new art form? Pottery classes, for adults and kids, include making clay, learning to use a pottery wheel, sculpting and handbuilding. Check out some of these great studios!
If you like interesting art, visiting with artists, wandering through neighborhoods, museums and cafés, an Art Walk is a great activity, no matter what time of year.
A second set of pontoons built in Tacoma are ready to be towed to the new 520 floating bridge site on Lake Washington.
Want to keep the kids busy during Mid-Winter Break? If you don’t want them sitting in front of the television, get them learning and playing at one of these February camps!
The Sonics are coming back to Seattle…and we’re not talking about the basketball team.
You might live in Washington, but if you have Southern roots, foods like catfish, cornbread and peach cobbler can still call your name. Here are some of our favorite places in Seattle where you can enjoy some of that good down home cooking!
Grab your BFF, your significant other or your kids and head out to one of these fun runs or walks with friendship and valentine themes! They benefit great causes, too!
Join in the movement One Billion Rising with NiaSeattle on “V-Day” (Feburary 14). One Billion Rising is a global effort to join forces, dancing together to end violence against women and girls.