We’ve been watching the giant ferris wheel on the Seattle waterfront as it has been erected over the past several months, and its due for its grand opening on Saturday, June 29! Who knew, however, that it was a decades old dream in the making for one Seattle businessman?
From scaly reptiles to festivals to the new LeMay American Car Museum’s grand opening, there’s plenty to help kick off the month of June in Puget Sound!
The free summer concerts are just being announced! Mark your calendars and get ready for some fun with great live music around the Sound.
It’s the third annual Belgianfest from the Washington Beer Commission. Come out on Saturday, February 4 to taste over 60 kinds of local, Belgian-style beers, enjoy delicious bites and take in views of the beautiful Seattle Waterfront.
The fourth annual Free to Breathe 5K and 1Mile run/walk along the Tacoma waterfront is to benefit the National Lung Cancer research and awareness program. Lung cancer advocates, survivors and the community to come together to raise support to fight this disease.
Built for the 1962 World’s Fair, the Edgewater Hotel has become the “rock and roll” hangout of the past half century in Seattle. Still a favorite for celebrities (Sean Penn was just there in July, 2011), the history of the Edgewater is as grand as its accommodations.