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Holiday Cocktails Classics Class

Make your holiday festivities really warm and “toast-y” this year with some lovingly made cocktails. All you need is the desire and right tools, so how about a class in holiday cocktails?  Read More 

Tropical Butterfly House

Today I was standing in the middle of the butterfly exhibit at the Pacific Science Center. “And…?”, you might be thinking. And, all that came to mind was “how cool is this?”  Read More 

Holiday Pops with Cirque Musica

Put a little circus into your Seattle Symphony experience this season with a visit to Benaroya Hall in downtown Seattle. On December 5-7, the symphony will take time out to celebrate the holidays with their Holiday Pops concert – with a unique twist – Cirque Musica!  Read More 
Holiday Monkey Lights

Holiday Monkey Lights

If you’re out and about in the Phinney Ridge and Greenwood neighborhoods this holiday season, you just might come across a few “escaped” monkeys hanging around. With the Woodland Park Zoo’s Wildlights program going on, the community decided to get in on the act and sponsor “troupes” of lighted monkeys this holiday season.  Read More 

Winter Beer Festival

Your holiday season just got a little bit warmer – especially if you are a serious beer lover! Coming up on December 5 and 6, the Washington Brewers Guild is hosting their annual Winter Beer Festival. Held at Hangar 30 at Magnuson Park in Seattle’s View Ridge neighborhood, folks will have the opportunity to sip …  Read More 

Food Driving Box

As we come to the close of this week and move toward Thanksgiving Day next week, I thought it might be a great time to write about the Food Driving Box. This very simple, yet effective idea was created by a local Laurelhurst mom, who wanted to help “drive away hunger” in the community.  Read More 
36 hours in Seattle

Video: 36 Hours in Seattle

Whether you are thinking of visiting Seattle or you already live here, you’ll enjoy the video that the New York Times put together called 36 Hours in Seattle. Without further ado, enjoy..  Read More 

9 Ways to See the Nutcracker

From our content partner, Red Tricycle: With life-sized dancing dolls, swashbuckling mice, and one of the best-loved orchestral pieces of all times, taking in a showing of The Nutcracker is a magical holiday tradition in the making.  Read More 

Leavenworth Lighting Festival

If you’ve been to Leavenworth, Washington before, you know it’s easy to feel as if you’ve stepped into an Alpine village. Now imagine this quaint village wrapped in nearly a million Christmas lights.  Read More 

Holiday Bookfest

Here’s a great way to get a jump on your holiday shopping: the Seattle7Writers Holiday Bookfest. This Saturday, November 22, book lovers can come together in Phinney Ridge at the Phinney Neighborhood Center for two hours of literary bliss.  Read More