2014 Lit Crawl

Hike the hills (Capitol and First, that is) for the third annual Lit Crawl this October. Participants can hoof it to all 21 venues to hear more than 65 authors conduct readings, or choose just a few places to saunter …  Read More 

St. Demetrios Greek Festival

St. Demetrios’ annual Greek Festival is coming up October 10-12, and it’s a festival you don’t want to miss. Housed in St. Demetrios Church in Seattle’s Montlake neighborhood, you feel like you’ve been transported to a tiny village in Greece.  Read More 

Feast at the Market

Spend a leisurely evening traipsing through downtown Seattle’s iconic Pike Place Market, enjoying great food in support of the Pike Market Medical Clinic. On Tuesday, October 7th, folks can take part in the 31st annual Feast at the Market. Attendees can …  Read More 

ARC Dance Benefit Gala Bash

Enjoy an evening of dance – both by you and through performance at the ARC Dance Benefit Gala Bash on October 18 at their dance space located in Seattle’s Crown Hill neighborhood.  Read More 

New Seattle App: Gatheredtable

From our content partner, Red Tricycle: When it comes to meal planning, we always start out with the best of intentions, don’t we parents? But then someone needs something or work calls, and that meal planning resolution goes onto the …  Read More 

Kirkland Oktoberfest

Beer is good. German bier is very good. And, if you didn’t get your fill, literally, at the Fremont Oktoberfest last weekend, there’s no need to cry in your bier.  Read More 

Seattle Polish Film Festival 2014

Dive into the polish culture this October during the 22nd annual Seattle Polish Film Festival. Attendees will be treated to the best of film that Poland has to offer – from classics and new talent, to suspense, drama and comedy.  Read More 

The Wolf and the Witch

It’s cool going to the theater – how much more 3-D can you get? How about adding your voice to how the story goes?  Read More 

George Balanchine’s Jewels

Make a point of taking time out to experience an exquisite evening of ballet this fall as Seattle’s own Pacific Northwest Ballet performs George Balanchine’s Jewels. The trio of dances is a dazzling spectacle of ballet at its best.  Read More