Monday, January 21, 2013 is the second Presidential Inauguration for Barack Obama in Washington DC. Join in with your neighbors in Seattle and watch this American event that only happens once every four years!
There’s no place like Seattle on Independence Day! Put on your best red, white and blue, don your stars and stripes and head out to one of these Seattle celebrations!
Celebrate the coming of spring in Seattle – view the spring equinox sunset, take a gong class, or head to Pike Place Market for Daffodil Day!
The procession for fallen Washington State Patrol Trooper Tony Radulescu will begin Thursday, March 1 at 7:30am in Silverdale and end at the ShoWare Center in Kent for his memorial service. Four local churches have also been provided for the public to remotely view the service.
Puget Sound has more than one art museum! And for a short drive, you can see over 80 works by French artist Auguste Rodin (sculptor of The Thinker). No airfare to Paris required!
If you are looking for a viewing place for the Space Needle’s fantastic New Year’s Eve fireworks show, you can find a spot at a local park, an evening cruise, or an overnight hotel with special deals and bird’s eye views. Here are some of our favorites.
It’s time for Winter Solstice, the shortest day of the year. Want to head out and observe the sunset with a real astronomer? Head to West Seattle’s Solstice Park on Wednesday, December 21.
Come aboard an Argosy New Year’s Eve adventure cruise and float your way into 2012! So many options to choose from!
Argosy Cruises has a variety of sailings for you during Seafair. Come aboard, dine and watch the US Navy Blue Angels entertain you from the skies. Or choose to sail along with the Seafair Fleet Parade of Ships!