From intimate tree lighting ceremonies and sensory-friendly ice skating rinks to a burlesque-style Nutcracker, the following are the top holiday events in Washington.
As the founder of a specialty jam company and the former cookbook editor at Amazon (when the department started in 1996), Rebecca Staffel brings her love of food to her work as the director of marketing for Picnic Works in Seattle.
This month, Seattle Rep prepares to open “Mr. Dickens and His Carol,” the first of two world premiere productions this season being built entirely locally—from props and sets to costumes and casting.
Making a grand return to Issaquah’s renowned Village Theatre is the magic of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s tale of “Cinderella.” The show runs from Nov. 16 to Dec. 23, and tickets are now on sale.
When it was founded in 1974, YouthCare was one of the first shelters for runaway and homeless youth on the West Coast. Today, it has 16 program locations in Seattle and King County, serving 1,500 young people each year.
Otilia Baraboi is the executive director at Alliance Française de Seattle and co-founder of The Romanian Film Festival Seattle. The film festival is hosting its ninth-annual event now through Nov. 27 with a variety of in-person and streaming opportunities.
Pike Brewing, Seattle’s longest-running craft brewery in Washington State, has announced its plans to open a taproom in the city’s bustling Ballard neighborhood this December. The new spot, Pike Taproom, will offer Pike’s staple brews and fan-favorite pretzels.
Although there are many things to be thankful for this year, these dining spots in Washington also made the list by offering some of the most indulgent Thanksgiving dinners to help you focus more on your loved ones and less on your stove. From elevated turkey day staples to opulent, multi-course dinners, the following are the top spots to enjoy Thanksgiving dinner in Washington.
Boasting a 30-year career in the nonprofit sector, Degale Cooper joined YouthCare as its chief program officer in June 2018. The Seattle-based nonprofit works to end youth homelessness.
A new dining destination made its grand debut in Downtown Seattle this November, the all-new trattoria and pizzeria: Bar Solea. The highly-anticipated spot is the latest from Hitchcock Restaurant Group.