From Blues and Brews to garden tours, car and art shows and a motorcycle rally, there are plenty of reasons to hit the road and see what the rest of WA has to offer!
If you’re taking a road trip this summer, it’s never a bad idea to stop for ice cream. And why not take the kids on a trip down memory lane by swinging into an old-fashioned ice cream parlor? Many of these establishments not only serve up sundaes and floats, but they also have local, organic ingredients, homemade treats and wifi! Here are some of our favorites.
June 14 is a special day in America – it’s Flag Day, commemorating the adoption of the United States flag in 1777. A day to fly your American flag proudly. And it’s the US Army’s birthday – 237 years ago the Continental Army was formed, beginning a rich heritage of successfully defending this great country. See the WA state celebrations for the US Army and Old Glory!
Summertime… and the livin’ is easy. Jazz and summer just seem to go together! Make plans to head to one of these WA jazz festivals for good music, food and fun!
Following objections from other cities, Seattle will have to wait a month to know if its efforts to extend bar hours beyond 2 a.m. can go forward.
A Burlington Northern Santa Fe spokesman says a dump truck hit a moving freight train headed to Seattle and filled with soybeans, punching a hole in one of the cars.
Disney announced Tuesday that the 1,754-passenger Disney Wonder will be moving its hub out of Seattle and sail to Alaska from Vancouver starting on May 27, 2013.
Want to get out of the city this weekend? From a lighted boat parade in LaConner, to Leavenworth’s Bavarian charm, to a celebration of Victorian Christmases, there are lots of fun adventures within a short drive of Seattle.
It’s the season for Washington’s best loved fruit – apples! Lots of apple festivals this weekend, along with Oktoberfests, airshows and pumpkins! Welcome to October!