Archive for the ‘Going Local’ Category

Tricks, Treats & Happy Hauntings!

Posted: October 14th, 2014 by Brad

Here’s a list of spooky area attractions this Halloween season: Buckley Haunted Woods & Monster Safari Federal Way Fright Fest Fort Lewis Walk in the Dark Georgetown Morgue/KUBE Haunted House Lake Stevens Haunted Swamp No-Haunt Dark Maze & Zombie Farm Maple Valley Haunted Forest Mountlake Terrace Haunted Nightmare at the Nile Sammamish’s Nightmare at Beaver [...]

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Fall In Love With Western WA!

Posted: September 16th, 2014 by Brad

Fall color in Washington State typically begins in mid-September and peaks in mid-October. Color conditions can change on a daily basis. Before leaving on your foliage-viewing trip, here are some resources to help you get the most up-to-date color status: Washington Fall Foliage Hotline 1-800-354-4595 Pacific Northwest Forest Service Updates US Forest Service Fall Color [...]

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Summer Outdoor Cinemas

Posted: July 16th, 2014 by Brad

Summer is finally here, optimal time to enjoy the great outdoors in the Puget Sound Region. Also a great time of year to catch a flick. The following is a list of venues for seasonal, open-air movie screenings: Seattle Fremont Outdoor Movies Movies at the Mural (Seattle Center) Outdoor Movies at Magnuson Park South Lake [...]

Seattle Most Generous U.S. City

Posted: July 16th, 2014 by Brad

Seattle out-gave other U.S. cities during 2013, according to a survey based on per capita online giving. Bellevue also earned a top 10 ranking. Software firm Blackbaud said Seattle residents generated $33.2 million from 201,502 donations. That equates to a rate of $53,542 per 1,000 residents to earn top spot among 265 locales with a [...]

Annual Holiday Light Displays

Posted: December 11th, 2013 by Brad

Starting in mid December, the Seattle area has some wonderful light displays to see.  Here are three of the best: Olympic Manor – Enter at 23rd Ave NW and NW 85th St.  Continues the tradition with their newly refurbished lighted rotating vintage Santa at the entry.  Walk or drive the neighborhood and you will see [...]

Tricks, Treats & Happy Hauntings!

Posted: October 15th, 2013 by Brad

Here’s a list of spooky area attractions this Halloween season: Buckley Haunted Woods & Monster Safari Federal Way Fright Fest Fort Lewis Zombie Ranch Georgetown Morgue/KUBE Haunted House Lake Stevens Haunted Swamp Maple Valley Haunted Forest Mountlake Terrace Haunted Walk/KZOK Haunted House Sammamish’s Nightmare at Beaver Lake Snohomish Haunted Farms Snohomish Haunted House/KUBE Haunted House [...]

Summer Outdoor Cimema Lineup

Posted: June 28th, 2013 by Brad

Summer is finally here, optimal time to enjoy the great outdoors in the Puget Sound Region. Also a great way to catch a flick. The following is a schedule of area open-air screenings: Fremont Outdoor Movies July 13 Dumb and Dumber July 20 Superbad  July 27 Forgetting Sarah Marshall  Aug 2 Risky Business Aug 3 [...]

Holiday To Do’s

Posted: December 5th, 2012 by Brad

We have plenty of places for you to find your holiday spirit this season across metropolitan Seattle. SEATTLE ·         Downtown Seattle Attractions & Events www.downtownholidays.com/Home.aspx#Events ·         Pacific Northwest Ballet’s Nutcracker www.pnb.org/season/12-13/nutcracker/ ·         Woodland Park Zoo’s Wildlights www.zoo.org/wildlights BELLEVUE/EASTSIDE ·         Bellevue Attractions & Events bellevue.com/holidays.php ·         Gilman Village www.gilmanvillage.com/holidayposter.html   ·         Santa Train www.trainmuseum.org/santatrain.asp TACOMA/SOUTH ·         [...]

Pumpkin patches, hayrides & corn mazes – oh my!

Posted: September 17th, 2012 by Brad

In Seattle, there’s no time like October for pumpkin picking and harvest happenings. From corn mazes and pumpkin patches to hayrides and petting zoos, we’ve got the goods on 14 great spots to have some good old fashioned farm fun. All are within an hour’s drive of Greater Seattle; just make sure you call ahead as [...]

Summer Staycations

Posted: June 8th, 2012 by Brad

June gloom may give the impression summer is still far off, but it’ll be here before you know it. When days are warm and sun is shining on the Pacific Northwest, is there anywhere else you’d rather be? Most locals know this is the best time to stick around and enjoy the season while it [...]

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