A savory, educational experience.
Beginning in October, the Wing Luke Museum of the Asian Pacific American Experience will host a delectable culinary exhibit that explores Asian Pacific American cultural traditions and cooking techniques that have adapted and changed with the passing of time and generations.
Celebrate fall with authentic German food and entertainment.
Autumn is officially here, so prepare to huddle up indoors with family and friends to enjoy some good brew and brats. The recent wet weather for which Seattle is known will not dampen the 7th annual Oktoberfest Northwest, which is held inside at the Puyallup Fair & Events Center.
Celebrate a German tradition in Fremont this weekend.
There are few better ways to greet the autumn chill than by enjoying delicious beers and ciders with good company. This weekend, the Fremont Oktoberfest will be doing just that, and invites you to join in the fun.
This weekend, experience and taste a little rich history and culture with some authentic and traditional Greek food and folk dancing at Seattle’s St. Demetrios Greek Festival.
Celebrate the fishing community and enjoy delicious salmon, too!
Seattle seafood lovers who find themselves in need of one more barbecue to end the summer right should check out the 23rd annual Fishermen’s Fall Festival this weekend. Sure to whet the appetite of even the most sophisticated of palates, the festival celebrates community and remembrance with good food and fun.
Medieval meets contemporary in the ACT’s new production.
Known as a destination for contemporary theater and arts in downtown Seattle, the ACT (A Contemporary Theatre) will feature another hit this month for the area’s theater lovers.
Enjoy the sunshine and art this weekend at 46 feet above sea level.
We in Seattle are fortunate to have so many venues from which to view fine, local artistry, but when the weather is this fair, outdoor locations are your best bet for enjoying your neighbors’ creativity. This year, the second annual Madison Park Art Walk will showcase the work of more than two dozen artists as viewers stroll through Madison Park, taking in all the local talent.
Flex your lantern-making skills at this year’s creative festival.
The start of school may mean less time for recreation, but you’ll want to make room in your schedule for Burien’s Arts-A-Glow Lantern Festival and Procession this weekend. With a new location at Dottie Harper Park, this free night of entertainment is sure to keep the whole family busy.
Support a worthy cause while taking part in an ancient Chinese tradition.
Known for their philanthropy, Seattleites never miss an opportunity to make their giving a little more interesting. This weekend will be no different, as teams compete in the eighth annual Seattle Celebrating Life! Dragon Boat Festival to raise funds for