Best Road Trips in WA October 5 - 7Ready to head out for the weekend? Oktoberfests and beer events, Apples and cider, and art of all kinds, are just some of the great events happening just a short drive away from Seattle.
Guide to Washington Cider WeekSeptember 8 - 16 is Washington Cider Week. If you love hard cider, you're in luck! There are lots of events celebrating local ciders and bites. Here are some of our favorites.
Guide to Apple Festivals in WA From learning about apple trees, to picking apples and pressing cider, there are lots of fun family activities this fall celebrating Washington's most famous fruit!
Best Free Family Activities in Seattle September 8 - 9 Help the Seattle Center celebrate its 50th birthday, enjoy organic produce and gardening at the Urban Farm Festival, pick apples and squeeze your own cider, and learn more about Japanese Culture! There are some great free activities for you and your kids in Puget Sound this weekend!
Guide to the 2012 Washington Brewers Festival The Washington Brewers Festival is the ultimate Father's Day weekend destination for the entire family! This year's event will be held June 15 - 17 at Marymoor Park in Redmond!
Local Mill Hosts Apple Pressing Day and Free CiderGo on an historical adventure to Woodland, Washington on Saturday, October 29. Get in early to see an 1800s working mill make cider with delicious Washington apples. For a small donation, you can take home fresh cider!
Guide to September Harvest Activities in Puget SoundThe first day of fall is this Friday, September 23. Suddenly, our minds think of pumpkins, cider, changing leaves and harvest. Here are some great activities around the Sound where you can take the family to enjoy the first celebrations of fall.
Best of U-Pick Apples in WA According to the Washington State Apple Commission, the 2011-2012 apple crop in the state could be the third largest ever! That means those dreamy thoughts of apple pie, caramel apples and apple cider can come true! Here are some of the places you can go to pick your own Washington apples, and you don't have to venture too far from Seattle.