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A Planetarium With Space for Kids

From our content partner, Red Tricycle: Ever wanted to travel to a galaxy far, far away for a view of the night sky (minus the clouds and light pollution)? If you answered yes, the Pierce College Science Dome in Lakewood gets the job done without needing to launch in a rocket ship.  Read More 

Laptop Battle

It’s pretty evident laptops aren’t just for word processing and surfing the internet anymore. And, nowhere is that more clear than the 2015 Laptop Battle.  Read More 

Quick Start Studio Classes

Have you heard of the Gage Academy of Art? Well, it’s located in Seattle’s Capitol Hill neighborhood, and it has everything you could possibly be looking for in an art class. From drawing, painting, sculpture and more, students can truly dig in to their creative impulses.  Read More 

American Spirits

With Washington state at the forefront of the marijuana legalization movement, it seems appropriate that the Museum of History and Industry is set to take a look back at Prohibition. On April 2, the museum will unveil the West Coast premiere of the American Spirits: the Rise and Fall of Prohibition exhibit.  Read More 

Geocache Design Challenge

Have you heard of geocaching? If not, you’re missing out on an adventure! Here’s the deal: all you need is your smart phone, download the geocaching app, then plug in where you are going (say Carkeek Park, Venice, Italy or your hometown) and find out where the nearest “treasure” is hidden!   Read More 

Vegfest 2015 Is Here!

Lower Queen Anne and the Seattle Center is one busy place this weekend! And, one of those things making it so full of fun times is Vegfest 2015! Taking place in the exhibition hall this weekend, folks who love their vegetables will want to make time to take part in the festivities.  Read More 

The Art of the Plains Indians

If you haven’t had a chance to travel downtown to the Seattle Art Museum to check out the Indigenous Beauty: Masterworks of American Indian Art from the Diker Collection, the museum has just given you another excuse to make the trip with its SAM Talks series.  Read More 

Goodnight Moon

From our content partner, Red Tricycle: Whether you’re a fan of this classic book, or just excited to have the chance to take your littlest theater fan for a night out on the town, the Seattle Children’s Theater’s production of Goodnight Moon hits just the right note for parents and kids.  Read More 

Georgetown Bites

So, have you been to Seattle’s Georgetown neighborhood lately? Then you know, the above title is not a reflection on the environment – but it is a comment on all the delicious treats folks can find there! On Saturday, March 28, come down south and check it all out for yourself during the Georgetown Bites …  Read More