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Seattle Urban Farm School

Seattle Urban Farm School

Seattle urban farmer Stacy Brewer is on a mission to raise as much food as possible from her 4000 sqft Maple Leaf “urban farm”. A certified Master Gardener, she is primarily self-taught through trial and error, and her yard has become home to prolific vegetable gardens, a mini-orchard, chicken coop, and a cutting garden. One …  Read More 
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War Horse at the Paramount

War Horse is coming to the live stage this February at the Paramount, bringing this remarkable story to life through the use of a beautiful set, stirring music and amazing use of (breathing, galloping, and charging) puppets portraying the horses.  Read More 
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Model Railroad Show

A favorite event of all ages, the Model Railroad Show steams into town this weekend, stopping at the Pacific Science Center with tons of model railroad displays, hands-on activities, and a brief historical look at railways in the  Pacific Northwest. Your kids will love a ride on the  Read More 
Children's Film Festival

Children’s Film Festival

Did you know that the Northwest has an acclaimed Children’s Film Festival? Now in it’s 9th year, the Northwest Film Forum hosts the Children’s Film Festival Seattle – a feature of more than 120 International films dedicated to children and their families. These films are curated from  Read More 
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AIA / Northwest Home Open Houses

Each month, Northwest Home and AIA Seattle feature a “Home of the Month” – a recently remodeled or custom built home showcasing exemplary design and Northwest style. The homes are featured in Seattle Magazine and open to the public for tours on a Saturday or Sunday. The home featured this January is  Read More 
white moustache urban adventure company

White Moustache Urban Adventure Company

For a completely different dining experience, take a White Moustache Urban Adventure food tour. For a flat fee, you’ll be whisked around to area eateries for a gastronomical delight. Most people choose at least a 4 hour tour with about 6-10 different stops – but you can go shorter/longer too. Check out the theme ideas …  Read More 
skagit eagle festival

Skagit Eagle Festival

Photo Credit: Tim Boyer who hosts the wildlife photography lessons. One of the best things about living in the Northwest is being around these majestic birds – frequently seen around Seattle and our surrounding areas. The Skagit Eagle Festival celebrates prime bald eagle-watching season through the whole month of January – with plenty of  Read More 
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Oscillate

Art gets electric at Oscillate: Art Celebrating Light and Movement – an art installation opening this Thursday at Vermillion on Capitol Hill. The exhibit is a great example of what happens when technology meets art – sparking a multi-dimensional study of sight, sound, movement and energy.  Read More 
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Cinderella at the Seattle Opera

Seattle Opera presents La Cenerentola (Cinderella) starting this Saturday, January 12 at McCaw Hall. This re-telling of the classic rag-to-riches story comes alive with bright costumes, lively music (In Italian with English Subtitles) and a comedic tone. You may want to brush up on the  Read More 
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Barry Manilow Performs with Olympic Skaters

This is just too awesome not to attend. Barry Manilow will perform over 20 of his greatest hits next Friday at Renton’s ShoWare Center. What makes this a thousand times better is that his show will be accompanied by Olympic figure skating stars– Nancy Kerrigan, Ben Agosto, Liz Manley &  Read More