Guide to Movember 2012 in Seattle Mark your calendars and get out those razors! It’s time to Shave the Date. Men across the globe will shave their faces on Movember 1st and start growing their moustache for 30 days. Movember is the global men's health charity that encourages men to grow and women to support the Mo (slang for moustache) during the month of November to raise awareness and funds for men’s health.
Best of This Weekend in Seattle - September 28 - 30Chocolate and apples, Oktoberfest and the best of Italy, wooden boats and Washington history.... that's what this weekend is made of! Take a look and make your plans!
Guide to Puget Sound Breast Cancer Events in October 2012From walking a 5K to getting a spa treatment, the month of October has lots of activities for you when it comes to joining the fight against breast cancer. Here are some of our favorites.
Guide to Prostate Cancer Awareness Events in Puget SoundPresident Obama recently proclaimed September 2012 as National Prostate Cancer Awareness Month. Join in the fight for men's health this fall with one of these Puget Sound events.
Carnation's Jubilee Farm Helps Celebrate WA Autism DayAutism Day is a free, fun-filled event designed for families touched by autism. It's a chance to relax in a beautiful setting, meet other families, and enjoy a day of awareness and understanding.
Guide to Spring Breast Cancer Fundraising Events in Seattle October might be breast cancer awareness month, but there are lots of events to help fundraise for breast cancer this spring. Celebrate the survivors in your life, or help raise money for a cure.
Guide to World AIDS Day Events and ObservancesThe World Health Organization established World AIDS Day in 1988. December 1, around the globe, there are events and observances to remember those who have lost their fight to AIDS, and to raise awareness that AIDS still exists, and needs to end. You can wear a red ribbon on December 1, and you can attend one of these Puget Sound area events.
October Breast Cancer Awareness Events in Seattle October is breast cancer awareness month. Whether it's walking, lunching or shopping, you can do your part to stop this disease that, according to the American Cancer Society, will affect 1 in 8 women in their lifetime.