City Highlight: Mercer Island
You will find over 160 exhibitors and the biggest brands in the golf industry, this weekend at the Seattle Golf Show!
Nestled on Ballard’s Puget Sound shores, Golden Gardens Park is a mecca of summer fun. There’s always something fun going on – whether it’s sand volleyball, fishing from the pier, a boat launching into chilly Pacific Northwest waters, or a bonfire glowing in the night.
The Kubota Gardens is a twenty-acre Japanese-style garden off Renton Avenue South in Seattle’s Rainer Beach neighborhood. It’s backed by a large greenbelt and surrounded by cozy, Seattle neighborhoods, making it the perfect place to enjoy a peaceful setting within the hubbub of the city.
Join in on an afternoon of painting and laughs this weekend! Paint Nite is hosting this entertaining paint event at The Rock Wood Fired Pizza & Spirits at The Landing in Renton.
A small, but mighty park, Myrtle Edwards Park is a 1.25-mile waterfront park with winding bike and pedestrian paths running along Elliot Bay. Myrtle Edwards Park is conveniently located between Seattle’s Belltown and Lower Queen Anne neighborhoods.
Come along for a memorable musical adventure with Mary Poppins!
Carkeek Park is the perfect city park for hikers. It’s a short commute from downtown Seattle – only about 9-miles – and offers 220 acres of lush forest, meadows, wetlands, creeks, and beaches.
The 2019 Northwest Remodeling Expo is an excellent way for you to jumpstart any home remodel or home additions you have planned for the New Year!
Seattle has no shortage of rainy days… And what’s better for a rainy day than an adventure indoors?
Join Clarke & Clarke Art & Artifacts this weekend for their first Friday Art Walk.
We’ve all been there. We want something to do, but we don’t’ really want to spend a ton. Especially with downtown parking at $22 for two hours of play. But what in Seattle has an inexpensive price tag? (Because we know it’s not the real estate…)
The Worst Day of the Year Run could be your very best day! On Saturday January 5th, you are invited to gear up with hundreds of people for a run or walk in the cold, wind, rain….whatever the weather may be!
The Genesee Park and Playfields stretches from the Stan Sayres Memorial Park along Lake Washington Boulevard and South Snoqualmie/Alaska Street to the south. South Genesee Street splits the park near the center.
Grab your friends and head to the Space Needle for the 25th Annual T-Mobile New Years. This is a fantastic way to bring in the New Year!
The Seattle Aquarium is a bundle of fun and joy, straight from the depths of the Puget Sound. With over 27 million visitors to date, the Seattle Aquarium is one of the top 5 attractions in the Pacific Northwest, and the ninth largest aquarium in the United States by attendance.