Those looking to tee up in luxury in Washington are in luck, as Semiahmoo Golf & Country Club in Blaine has unveiled some major capital improvements. Plus, the club is offering a public play special for community members for a limited time.
Author: Melissa Larsen
With more than 70 original pieces on display, Seattle’s Museum of Pop Culture announces its newest exhibit, Heroes and Villains: The Art of the Disney Costume. It is set to open June 6, showcasing costuming never before seen outside of the Disney Fan Club Expo.
Lakeside Surf, a larger-than-life surf facility, is now open at Lake Chelan. On its heels, Slidewaters Waterpark will open after a year-long hiatus next door to Lakeside Surf on May 29.
Who wouldn’t want to wake up with a view of the Space Needle and Puget Sound each morning? Spire, a $350 million luxury condominium tower set to open in the heart of Downtown Seattle this summer, has launched limited-time price reductions and incentives for those who are looking for a sleek new abode.
Featuring four days of breathtaking jazz performances at 10 different wineries and venues, the third-annual Lake Chelan Wine and Jazz Festival is set to celebrate Washington’s good tunes and grapes May 20 to May 23.
Attention all cocoa nuts: Seattle’s own Theo Chocolate hosts a pop-up shop at Periodic in South Lake Union April 29 to May 13.
Seattle-based Heavy Restaurant Group has declared April to be rosé month. To celebrate, the group is offering sweet themed swag and even an upcoming tasting that invites diners to #roséallday.
Set on the picturesque eastern shore of Lake Washington, The Lodge at St. Edward State Park is scheduled to open its doors in May. The new hotel, which is a repurposed landmark seminary building, promises to be a retreat that offers modern hospitality among beautiful, timeless architecture.
Auction of Washington Wines (AWW), a Seattle-based nonprofit that advances awareness of the Washington wine industry, has announced its 2021 event series, featuring both virtual and intimate in-person opportunities. In addition to championing the Washington wine industry, the series will also support Seattle Children’s and the WSU Viticulture and Enology program.
This spring, Cedarbrook Lodge in Seattle is asking guests to Drink Wine for Good, a campaign partnering with Mary’s Place and Andrew Latta Wines that supports those in need.