Over 1,000 attendees filled Pier 56 for Elliott’s 2019 Oyster New Year last Saturday, November 2nd.
National Parks at Benaroya will be a beautiful musical and visual presentation to benefit the Washington’s National Parks Fund.
Covering 14 acres of the Eastside is a place that is changing lives every day. A former race stable in Redmond is now home to Little Bit Therapeutic Riding Center, which has been helping people with disabilities since its founding in 1976.
As we plunge into a cozy season of gathering and giving thanks, we’re finding plenty of ways to enjoy life while feeling good about our choices, too. We pooled info on some upcoming events that support meaningful causes, and also learned not-to-be-missed tips from local medical experts related to Breast Cancer Awareness Month (toward the end of the article).
The AMP: AIDS Memorial Pathway presents ECHOES, a benefit concert on October 14 at the Moore Theatre.
Savor, sip, save wildlife. Woodlark Park Zoo is hosting an end-of-summer extravaganza ‘WildBites’ that promises to be the best, wildest party to bid adieu to another fantastic Seattle summer.
This annual charity event benefits the Puget Sound Restoration Fund (PSRF), a non-profit organization dedicated to restoring the Sound’s water quality and native marine species and their habitats.
10 years ago Lake Chelan was officially designated as an American Viticulture Area (AVA). This designation is granted by the Federal government, and signifies an area with unique climate, soil and physical features that distinguish it from surrounding areas.
The zero-waste movement, where consumers strive to eliminate their consumption of disposable packaging by utilizing reusable containers and bags to decrease environmental impact, is gaining momentum in Seattle, or shall we say, returning?