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Seattle Events Weekend Planner February 7-10, 2019

SEATTLE EVENTS WEEKEND PLANNER
FEBRUARY 7-10, 2019

VENETIAN BALL
SAT – Classic masked masquerade costumes adorn the Venetian Ball with live music, entertainers, circus acts and more!

SLEEPING BEAUTY BALLET
THROUGH SUN – This classic tale of Sleeping Beauty showcases the beautiful art of dance with flying fairies and Tchaikovsky’s popular score.

SEATTLE RV SHOW
THROUGH SUN – The Seattle RV Show hosts seminars, a beer and wine area, as well as a kids play zone.

WINE & JAZZ MUSIC
FRI – The sampling of wine, appetizers and live jazz is paired with desserts and a wine auction at the Hearts & Wine Festival. Enjoy a full buffet dinner and wines from local vintners.

VALENTINE CONCERT
SAT – Bring your special someone to celebrate the beauty of the Symphony Orchestra as they feature romantic tunes by Lauren Wells, Beethoven, Howard Hanson, and more!

MOON OVER BUFFALO
THROUGH FEB 23 – This comedy laughs about funny plot twists and mistaken identity set in the 1950’s at Renton Civic Theatre.

RETRO VARIETY SHOW
SUN – 1940’s Retro Hollywood comes alive with comedy, variety acts and dancing showgirls.

PIKE CHOCOFEST
SUN – Pike Brewing hosts Pike Chocofest with wine, spirits, cider, and beer paired with artisan cheese, chocolate and desserts.

WINTER SIP & STROLL
SAT  – The Gig Harbor waterfront hosts the wine walk with craft beer, and others on tap with appetizers and 15 participating shops.

THE LUNAR NEW YEAR
SAT – Listen to music, watch martial arts and dance to live music while sampling food at the Center Court at Bellevue Square while you celebrate the Chinese New Year.

52nd ANNUAL LUNAR NEW YEAR GALA
SAT  – The Chinese Student Association celebrates Chinese culture and Lunar New Year for a night of food, activities, prizes, and performances.

THE SHORELINE SHORT FILM FESTIVAL
SAT – View these short films that are 3 to 10 minutes in length by emerging filmmakers. You’ll get to watch and vote on your favorite film!

 

RECURRING EVENTS:

CHILDREN’S FILM FESTIVAL
THROUGH SAT – Head to the Northwest Film Forum to witness the Children’s Film Fest for ages 3-12! This year, the festival inspires kids to be the dream, encourage empathy, and a subtle understanding of the world.

VIETNAM WAR VET PLAY
THROUGH SUN  The Last of the Boys is a theatrical production of Vietnam War vet Ben and the ghosts he battles in an intimate, fierce, and funny story.

DINNER & A MYSTERY
THROUGH FEB 23 – Enjoy a three-course dinner and a show that interacts with the audience. Pay attention to the detective show and identify the culprit to win a prize!

ROCK OF AGES
THROUGH FEB 24 – This love story set on the Hollywood strip with musical numbers from favorite hair bands of the 80s.

MARRIAGE MUSICAL
THROUGH FEB 24I Do! I Do! Follows the ups and downs of a couple the day of their wedding, at the Village Theatre in Issaquah.

VARIETY SHOW
THROUGH FEB 24 – Head to this action-packed funny variety show with acrobatics, juggling, magic, and more!

VOLUNTEER PARK CONSERVATORY
THROUGH FEB 28 – The Conservatory offers free admission through February, stroll through a glass building with thriving plant life.

THE VIKINGS BEGIN
THROUGH APRIL 15 – Every Tuesday through Sunday, view historical findings dating back to the mid-seventh to the late 11th century as well as unearthed artifacts at the Nordic Museum.

APA SCIENCE FICTION
THROUGH SEPT 15 – The expanding universe of Asian Pacific Americans and their influence on Sci-Fi takes a deep dive into actors, artists, writers, animators and more. Get your tickets and head to the Wing Luke Museum.

NEW MOVIES OPENING THIS WEEKEND

  • The Lego Movie 2 : The Second Part
  • The Upside
  • What Men Want
  • Cold Pursuit
  • The Prodigy
  • Everybody Knows
  • Under The Eiffel Tower
  • Chokehold

FOR A COMPLETE LIST OF EVENTS IN THE AREA FOR THE ENTIRE MONTH, VISIT

www.events12.com/seattle

www.bhhsnwrealestate.com

Seattle Events Weekend Planner January 31-February 3, 2019

SEATTLE EVENTS WEEKEND PLANNER
JANUARY 31-FEBRUARY 3, 2019

SLEEPING BEAUTY BALLET
THROUGH FEB 10 – This classic tale of Sleeping Beauty showcases the beautiful art of dance with flying fairies and Tchaikovsky’s popular score.

SEATTLE BOAT SHOW
THROUGH SAT – The Seattle Boat Show has over 1,000 boats on display. Learn from a seminar or take a shuttle to see boats on the water.

WINE & CHOCOLATE FESTIVAL
FRI-SAT– Head to Enumclaw and enjoy fine chocolates and wine from 25 wineries. Dance to live music and taste local food at the Wine and Chocolate Festival, for adults 21+.

EAGLE FESTIVAL
FRI-SAT – The Eagle Festival celebrates the return of the beautiful birds as they feed on salmon. Learn from guided tours and demonstrations, enjoy live music and an art show.

CIRQUE DE SPIN
FRI – Watch contortionists, acrobats, and enjoy great food and drinks while seeing twisted entertainment.

CHINESE NEW YEAR CELEBRATION
FRI-SAT – Head to Lucky Envelope Brewing to celebrate the Year of the Pig in the tasting room. Taste a lineup of Chinese New Year beers and holiday customer favorites.

CLASSICAL MUSIC
SAT – A soprano and pianist in the Seattle Philharmonic Orchestra perform works by Tchaikovsky, Barraine, and Haydn on this special night.

SEATTLE GIFT SHOW
SAT – Browse designs from local artisans and get a first-hand look at best-selling products and handcrafted resources at the Seattle Gift Show.

BELGIAN BEER FESTIVAL
SAT Belgian Beer Fest hosts 100 locally brewed Belgian yeast beers at Fisher Pavilion.

KIDSTOCK
SAT Kidstock offers free family entertainment, workshops, arts, theatre performances, and educational workshops.

FROG DAY
SAT GroundFrog Day Celebration in Snohomish hosts kid’s activities, meet Princess Amphibiana and Snohomish Slew the frog. Listen to live music, play games and meet local firefighters.

SHAKESPEARE ROMANCE
THROUGH SUN – This theatrical production of fairy tale love and war showcases a complicated Shakespearean relationship in All’s Well That Ends Well.

ROALD DAHL’S MATILDA
THROUGH SUN – This Musical is fun for the whole family, watch everyone’s favorite kid genius deal with everyday bullies in Matilda The Musical.

 

RECURRING EVENTS:

CHILDREN’S FILM FESTIVAL
THROUGH FEB 9 – Head to the Northwest Film Forum to witness the Children’s Film Fest for ages 3-12! This year, the festival inspires kids to be the dream, encourage empathy, and a subtle understanding of the world.

VIETNAM WAR VET PLAY
THROUGH FEB 10 The Last of the Boys is a theatrical production of Vietnam War vet Ben and the ghosts he battles in an intimate, fierce, and funny story.

DINNER & A MYSTERY
THROUGH FEB 23 – Enjoy a three-course dinner and a show that interacts with the audience. Pay attention to the detective show and identify the culprit to win a prize!

ROCK OF AGES
THROUGH FEB 24 – This love story set on the Hollywood strip with musical numbers from favorite hair bands of the 80s.

MARRIAGE MUSICAL
THROUGH FEB 24I Do! I Do! Follows the ups and downs of a couple the day of their wedding, at the Village Theatre in Issaquah.

VARIETY SHOW
THROUGH FEB 24 – Head to this action-packed funny variety show with acrobatics, juggling, magic, and more!

VOLUNTEER PARK CONSERVATORY
THROUGH FEB 28 – The Conservatory offers free admission through February, stroll through a glass building with thriving plant life.

THE VIKINGS BEGIN
THROUGH APRIL 15 – Every Tuesday through Sunday, view historical findings dating back to the mid-seventh to the late 11th century as well as unearthed artifacts at the Nordic Museum.

APA SCIENCE FICTION
THROUGH SEPT 15 – The expanding universe of Asian Pacific Americans and their influence on Sci-Fi takes a deep dive into actors, artists, writers, animators and more. Get your tickets and head to the Wing Luke Museum.

NEW MOVIES OPENING THIS WEEKEND

  • Miss Bala
  • Then Came You
  • The Least of the These
  • Arctic
  • The Wild Pear Tree
  • The War With Grandpa
  • The Gandhi Murder
  • Wretch
  • Daughter of Mine
  • Piercing

FOR A COMPLETE LIST OF EVENTS IN THE AREA FOR THE ENTIRE MONTH, VISIT

www.events12.com/seattle

www.bhhsnwrealestate.com

Seattle Events Weekend Planner January 24-27, 2019

SEATTLE EVENTS WEEKEND PLANNER
JANUARY 24-27, 2019

PIE PARTY
SUN – The Pie Party is a fundraiser for the Rivkin Center for Ovarian Cancer Research. Enjoy a savory and sweet pie buffet, live music, raffle prizes, and a silent auction!

IL TROVATORE
THROUGH SAT – Verdi features this action-ridden Opera with theatrical songs in both English and Italian with subtitles. This story unwinds during a time of war with a mother’s love and the clash of unraveling past secrets.

SPORTSMEN’S SHOW
THROUGH SUN – Head to the Sportsmen’s Show with sport fishing and boat show. Watch demonstrations, attend workshops, and talk with professionals from around the region.

TACOMA HOME & GARDEN SHOW
THURS-SUN – See home improvement vendors, watch seminars, browse new trends and talk with local professionals at the Tacoma Dome.

MARRIAGE MUSICAL
THROUGH FEB 24I Do! I Do! Follows the ups and downs of a couple the day of their wedding, at the Village Theatre in Issaquah.

CHILDREN’S FILM FESTIVAL
THROUGH FEB 9 – Head to the Northwest Film Forum to witness the Children’s Film Fest for ages 3-12! This year, the festival inspires kids to be the dream, encourage empathy, and a subtle understanding of the world.

DINNER & A MYSTERY
THROUGH FEB 23 – Enjoy a three-course dinner and a show that interacts with the audience. Pay attention to the detective show and identify the culprit to win a prize!

DANCE FESTIVAL
THROUGH SAT – Seattle International Dance Festival hosts the Winter Mini-Fest with choreographers from all over the world.

VIETNAM WAR VET PLAY
THROUGH FEB 10 The Last of the Boys is a theatrical production of Vietnam War vet Ben and the ghosts he battles in an intimate, fierce, and funny story.

CLASSICAL CONCERT
FRI – Enjoy a free classical concert as the University of Washington Orchestra and the Seattle Symphony play together at Benaroya Hall.

1890’S CABARET
FRI-SUN Bohemia the Cabaret features green fairies, aerial numbers, piano numbers, and classical music.

LEAVENWORTH MUSIC CONCERT
FRI-SAT Timbrr! Winter Festival is two days and nights of music and winter fun in Leavenworth!

STRANGE BREWFEST
FRI-SUN – The American Legion Hall hosts over a dozen breweries with odd flavors and live music. The theme this year is honoring women in the brewing industry for who they are, superheroes. Dress as your favorite superhero to show support.

MUSIC OF ASIA
SUN – Head to Benaroya Hall for live music and entertainment celebrating the colorful culture of Asia.

RECURRING EVENTS:

SHAKESPEARE ROMANCE
THROUGH FEB 3 – This theatrical production of fairy tale love and war showcases a complicated Shakespearean relationship in All’s Well That Ends Well.

ROALD DAHL’S MATILDA
THROUGH FEB 3 – This Musical is fun for the whole family, watch everyone’s favorite kid genius deal with everyday bullies in Matilda The Musical.

VOLUNTEER PARK CONSERVATORY
THROUGH FEB 28 – The Conservatory offers free admission through February, stroll through a glass building with thriving plant life.

THE VIKINGS BEGIN
THROUGH APRIL 15 – Every Tuesday through Sunday, view historical findings dating back to the mid-seventh to the late 11th century as well as unearthed artifacts at the Nordic Museum.

APA SCIENCE FICTION
THROUGH SEPT 15 – The expanding universe of Asian Pacific Americans and their influence on Sci-Fi takes a deep dive into actors, artists, writers, animators and more. Get your tickets and head to the Wing Luke Museum.

NEW MOVIES OPENING THIS WEEKEND

  • The Kid Who Would Be King
  • Serenity
  • In Like Flynn
  • The Invisibles
  • Never Look Away
  • Antiquities
  • Destroyer
  • Heartlock
  • The Final Wish
  • Super 30
  • King of Thieves
  • BTS World Tour
  • 80th Anniversary The Wizard of Oz
  • The Image Book

FOR A COMPLETE LIST OF EVENTS IN THE AREA FOR THE ENTIRE MONTH, VISIT

www.events12.com/seattle

www.bhhsnwrealestate.com

Seattle Events Weekend Planner: January 17-20, 2019

 

SEATTLE EVENTS WEEKEND PLANNER
JANUARY 17-20, 2019

NORTHWEST REMODELING EXPO
FRI-SUN – Do you have home improvement plans? Head to the Northwest Remodeling Expo to view local vendors and speak with experts in home and remodeling industries.

THE DROWSY CHAPERONE
FRI-SAT – Head to the Theater on the Square for a tale of a couple on the eve of their wedding and all the craziness that ensues with their guests in a jazz musical with dance numbers.

MAGIC SHOW
THURS – Don’t miss this award-winning magic show with magician Paul Nathan’s tricks during an evening of mystery and wonder.

MARRIAGE MUSICAL
THROUGH FEB 24I Do! I Do! Follows the ups and downs of a couple the day of their wedding, at the Village Theatre in Issaquah.

MLK CELEBRATION
FRI – Join the community to celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. with a keynote speaker and gospel music at Mount Zion Baptist Church. This marks the 46th Annual community celebration with keynote speaker, Michael Eric Dyson.

DINNER & A MYSTERY
SAT-THROUGH FEB 23 – Enjoy a three-course dinner and a show that interacts with the audience. Pay attention to the detective show and identify the culprit to win a prize!

DANCE FESTIVAL
THROUGH JAN 26 – Seattle International Dance Festival hosts the Winter Mini-Fest with choreographers from all over the world.

NATURE WALK
ONGOING – Check the website for dates, follow a naturalist for exploration to discover the hidden surprises of the natural world in North Bend’s Winter Discover Walks.

VIETNAM WAR VET PLAY
THROUGH FEB 10 The Last of the Boys is a theatrical production of Vietnam War vet Ben and the ghosts he battles in an intimate, fierce, and funny story.

GREAT TRAIN SHOW
SAT-SUN – Browse model train layouts, and model trains from hundreds of vendors at The Coast-to-Coast Train Show. Bring the kids for free and climb aboard the train, see the amazing LEGO layout and more!

REPTILE SHOW
SAT-SUN – The Seattle Reptile Expo at the Washington State Fair hosts frogs, snakes, geckos, and more exotic amphibians.

LEAVENWORTH ICE FESTIVAL
SAT-SUN – Washington’s very own Bavarian town of Leavenworth hosts the Bavarian Icefest! Bring the family for a day of fun, get involved with snowball fights, the ice cube scramble, and sculpturing. Enjoy a village dressed in over half a million lights.

TACOMA RV SHOW
THURS-SUN – The Tacoma Dome hosts over hundreds of RV’s for outdoor enthusiasts with the latest and greatest models and features in the industry.

 

RECURRING EVENTS:

SHAKESPEARE ROMANCE
THROUGH FEB 3 – This theatrical production of fairy tale love and war showcases a complicated Shakespearean relationship in All’s Well That Ends Well.

SIP N’ SKETCH
THURS – Sugar Hill offers a creative space to listen to music, sketch, create and draw while enjoying food and drink specials.

SNOW DAY IN DENNY PARK
THROUGH JAN 20 – Enjoy a festive light display in Denny Park with fun for all ages! Eat from food carts and enjoy live entertainment.

ROALD DAHL’S MATILDA
THROUGH FEB 3 – This Musical is fun for the whole family, watch everyone’s  favorite kid genius deal with everyday bullies in Matilda The Musical.

VOLUNTEER PARK CONSERVATORY
THROUGH FEB 28 – The Conservatory offers free admission through February, stroll through a glass building with thriving plant life.

THE VIKINGS BEGIN
THROUGH APRIL 15 – Every Tuesday through Sunday, view historical findings dating back to the mid-seventh to the late 11th century as well as unearthed artifacts at the Nordic Museum.

APA SCIENCE FICTION
THROUGH SEPT 15 – The expanding universe of Asian Pacific Americans and their influence on Sci-Fi takes a deep dive into actors, artists, writers, animators and more. Get your tickets and head to the Wing Luke Museum.

NEW MOVIES OPENING THIS WEEKEND

  • Glass
  • An Acceptable Loss
  • Adult Life Skills
  • Wonders Of The Sea
  • Canal Street
  • Cheat India
  • Egg
  • I Hate Kids
  • Kaka Ji
  • The Brawler
  • The Standoff At Sparrow Creek
  • Laddie: The Man Behind The Movies

FOR A COMPLETE LIST OF EVENTS IN THE AREA FOR THE ENTIRE MONTH, VISIT

www.events12.com/seattle

www.bhhsnwrealestate.com

Seattle Events Weekend Planner January 10-13, 2019

SEATTLE EVENTS WEEKEND PLANNER 
JANUARY 10-13, 2019

SWING DANCING
SUN – Learn the Lindy Hop, the original swing dance! This 5-week series is ongoing and a great way to dance your way through winter!

MARTIAN MURDER MYSTERY
THURS-SUN – When a Martian colonist is killed mysteriously, a group of people must decide if it was foul play or accident in this play Red Planet Blue.

MONSTER TRUCKS
FRI-SUN – The Tacoma Dome hosts loud noise and the excitement of the Monster Jam.

SEATTLE WEDDING SHOW
SAT-SUN – Head to the Washington State Convention Center in Seattle for fashion shows, gowns at a discount, and to speak with a variety of over 400 vendors.

DINNER & A MYSTERY
SAT-THROUGH FEB 23 – Enjoy a three-course dinner and a show that interacts with the audience. Pay attention to the detective show and identify the culprit to win a prize!

ORCA CON
THURS – Purchase your ticket at the door for board and tabletop games, tournaments, panels, workshops and free game demos for hobby and lifelong gamers.

WONDERLAND
THROUGH JAN 13 – This Can-Can style production features the winter Wonderland Cabaret. Dinner and brunch shows available.

NATURE WALK
ONGOING – Check the website for dates, follow a naturalist for an exploration to discover the hidden surprises of the natural world in North Bend’s Winter Discover Walks.

ALL STAR OPERA
SAT – Listen to this band with diverse talents and influences of a four-piece hip hop and soul band.

WINE GLASS PAINTING
FRI – The Gard Vinters Tasting Room hosts a fun evening of wine glass painting. All items supplied, bring a friend for a fun night out!

MYSTERY DINNER PARTY
SUN – Join in on the fun with this murder mystery dinner theater show at the Old Spaghetti Factory for a night of intrigue, deception and great food.

WWII POP-UP EXHIBITION
SAT – This creative pop-up exhibit allows you to create and interact with artifacts and memorabilia, as well as hear stories from other locals on the impact it had on America.

PHOTOGRAPHY FUNDRAISER
THURS – Explorer X and Art Wolfe host the Greatest Maasai Mara Photographer of the Year Exhibition and Fundraiser. The evening transports guests to Kenya and Tanzania through photography. Bid on 30 award-winning photographs and a trip to Africa in the silent auction to benefit the Angama Foundation in the Maasai Mara, helping small communities remain sustainable and support the wildlife and land around it.

RECURRING EVENTS:

SIP N’ SKETCH
THROUGH JAN 17 – Listen to music and enjoy food and drink specials as you create and draw.

SNOW DAY IN DENNY PARK
THROUGH JAN 20 – Enjoy a festive light display in Denny Park with fun for all ages! Eat from food carts and enjoy live entertainment.

ROALD DAHL’S MATILDA
THROUGH FEB 3 – Watch this musical with everyone’s favorite kid genius, Matilda!

VOLUNTEER PARK CONSERVATORY
THROUGH FEB 28 – The Conservatory offers free admission through February, stroll through a glass building with thriving plant life.

THE VIKINGS BEGIN
THROUGH APRIL 15 – Every Tuesday through Sunday, view historical findings dating back to the mid-seventh to late 11th century as well as unearthed artifacts at the Nordic Museum.

NEW MOVIES OPENING THIS WEEKEND

  • Replicas
  • The Upside
  • A Dog’s Way Home
  • Pledge
  • Sgt. Will Gardner
  • Ashes In The Snow
  • Buffalo Boys
  • The Aspern Papers
  • On The Basis Of Sex
  • Perfectos Desconocidos
  • The Untold Story

FOR A COMPLETE LIST OF EVENTS IN THE AREA FOR THE ENTIRE MONTH, VISIT

www.events12.com/seattle

www.bhhsnwrealestate.com

Seattle Events Weekend Planner: January 3-6, 2019

 

SEATTLE EVENTS WEEKEND PLANNER
JANUARY 3-6, 2019

PUYALLUP HOME & GARDEN SHOW
FRI-SUN – This show is designed for homeowners of all stages of landscaping, remodeling and decorating. View hundreds of exhibits with product demonstrations and innovative ideas.

FREE MUSEUM DAY
THURS – Head to the Museum of History & Industry or the Seattle Art Museum for free entry the first Thursday of every month.

CHOP CHALLENGE
THROUGH SUN – View Eileen Fisher textiles with a new spin as artists repurpose them into works of art.

DAVID BOWIE CELEBRATION
THROUGH JAN 8 – Celebrate the life and art of David Bowie with special screenings of the Labyrinth as well as a costume contest! Don’t miss out on this sing-along viewing party.

TRUFFLE MAKING
SAT – Learn about the bean-to-bar process in making chocolate, ganache and truffles before learning to create hand-rolled chocolates.

ART WALK
THURS – Start 2019 off with local artists as Pioneer Square hosts First Thursday’s Art Walk.

WONDERLAND
THROUGH JAN 13 – This Can-Can style production features the winter Wonderland Cabaret. Dinner and brunch shows available.

NATURE WALK
ONGOING – Check the website for dates, follow a naturalist for an exploration to discover the hidden surprises of the natural world in North Bend’s Winter Discover Walks.

ARABIAN NIGHTS FESTIVAL
SAT – Enjoy a night of contemporary short films from all over the world, displaying the spirit, complexity and diversity of the world with the goal to empower through storytelling.

TAKE ON THE WORST DAY OF THE YEAR
SAT – Celebrate the “worst day of the year” with a 5K or 10K run and costume contest. Enjoy the food and beer garden at the McMenamins Anderson School afterwards.

RECURRING EVENTS:

DISNEY’S THE LION KING
THROUGH SUN – Learn about the circle of life in this adaptation of the popular cinematic adventure The Lion King, with Tony-winning direction and music from Elton John.

WILDLIGHTS
THROUGH SUN – Head to the Seattle Zoo for WildLights, over 600,000 lights in animal shapes, reindeer, carolers and Santa through Saturday. The Tacoma Zoo hosts Zoolights with half a million lights and displays through Sunday.

COLOR YOUR WORLD
THROUGH SUN – The Small Works Show invites warm colors that brighten and attract over 100 small pieces to choose from.

WINTERFEST
THROUGH SUN – Enjoy a stroll through Winterfest. See twinkling holiday lights, ice sculptors, model trains and live entertainment.

SIP N’ SKETCH
THROUGH JAN 17 – Listen to music and enjoy food and drink specials as you create and draw.

SNOW DAY IN DENNY PARK
THROUGH JAN 20 – Enjoy a festive light display in Denny Park with fun for all ages! Eat from food carts and enjoy live entertainment.

ROALD DAHL’S MATILDA
THROUGH FEB 3 – Watch this musical with everyone’s favorite kid genius, Matilda!

THE VIKINGS BEGIN
THROUGH APRIL 15– Every Tuesday through Sunday, view historical findings dating back to the mid-seventh to late 11th century as well as unearthed artifacts at the Nordic Museum.

NEW MOVIES OPENING THIS WEEKEND

  • American Hangman
  • Escape Room
  • Great Great Great
  • Mojin: The Worm Valley
  • State Like Sleep
  • Rust Creek
  • Long Day’s Journey into Night
  • Genesis 2.0
  • The Vanishing
  • Communion

FOR A COMPLETE LIST OF EVENTS IN THE AREA FOR THE ENTIRE MONTH, VISIT

www.events12.com/seattle

www.bhhsnwrealestate.com

Seattle Events Weekend Planner DEC 27, 2018 – JAN 01, 2019

SEATTLE EVENTS WEEKEND PLANNER
DEC 27, 2018 – JAN 01, 2019

JAZZ SHOW
FRI – The Seattle Repertory Jazz Orchestra adds guest vocalists, a gospel choir and tap dancers at St. Mark’s Cathedral commemorating the 30th anniversary of Duke Ellington’s sacred music.

WINTER FISHTIVAL
THROUGH JAN 6 – One of the biggest annual events at the Seattle Aquarium brings more than a week of activities with marine birds and animals. Don’t miss must-see educational performances and live entertainers bringing the aquarium to life.

THE SOUND OF MUSIC
FRI-SUN – Join a film party and watch the beloved film and musical The Sound of Music on the big screen.

HOLIDAY ART EXHIBIT
THURS-SAT – Head to the Schack Art Center to view and purchase ceramic, glass and other mediums of art from local artists.

THE AMAZING BUBBLE MAN
THURS-SAT – Louis Pearl makes magic with all varieties and shapes of bubbles while revealing the science behind it all.

WORLD’S LARGEST CHRISTMAS MAZE
THURS-SUN – Incredibly fun Christmas light maze, help Santa find his nine missing reindeer in time to save Christmas. Bring your four-legged friend on their special animal day Thursday!

FIRE & ICE FESTIVAL
THROUGH DEC 31 – Head to the museum of glass to enjoy a holiday themed performance and demonstration as you learn how to blow your own glass ornament, snowman or paperweight.

NYE DINNER
MON OpenTable has a list of participating restaurants offering New Year’s Eve Specials and events.

THE SEATTLE SYMPHONY CELEBRATES NYE
MON – Ring in the New Year with The Doo Wop Project as they sing famous tunes from Michael Jackson, Jason Mraz, Maroon 5 and more!

NYE UNDER THE SPACE NEEDLE 
MON – Bundle up and enjoy the free firework display or purchase a $125 ticket to a party at the top of the Space Needle and enjoy a view of the city.

NYE AT EMERALD DOWNS
MON – Dance with the Sonic Funk Orchestra , 70’s style music, and a casino with a champagne toast at midnight.

NYE EXTRAVAGANZA 
MON –Watch a comedy and variety show by the Moisture Festival featuring  appetizers and a balloon drop at midnight.

RECURRING EVENTS:

A CHRISTMAS CAROL
THROUGH FRI – Watch the holiday classic tale about Mr. Scrooge and a transformational journey.

NUTCRACKER BALLET
THROUGH FRI– The Pacific Northwest Ballet performs George Balanchine’s play with a live orchestra.

HOLIDAY LIGHTS TOUR
THROUGH SUN – Westlake Center offers a two-hour Seattle Holiday Lights & Lore Tour for the best bright lights in Seattle.

CHRISTMAS LIGHTS
THROUGH SUN – Colorful lights and displays at the Garden d’Lights in Bellevue Botanical Garden.

MODEL TRAIN FESTIVAL
THROUGH JAN 1 – Take in scenic Pacific Northwest tracks for model trains and see railroad history exhibits at the Model Train Festival in Tacoma.

GINGERBREAD VILLAGE
THROUGH JAN 1 – View some of the most intricate and detailed Gingerbread Village of Whoville, modeled after Dr. Seuss’ whimsical world. These creations are brought to you by Seattle’s top architects, bakers, and master builders.

DISNEY’S THE LION KING
THROUGH JAN 6 – Learn about the circle of life in this adaptation of the popular cinematic adventure The Lion King, with Tony-winning direction and music from Elton John.

WILDLIGHTS
THROUGH JAN 6 – Head to the Seattle Zoo for WildLights, over 600,000 lights in animal shapes, reindeer, carolers and Santa. The Tacoma Zoo hosts Zoolights with half a million lights and displays.

WINTERFEST
THROUGH JAN 6 – Enjoy a stroll through Winterfest. See twinkling holiday lights, ice sculptors, model trains and live entertainment.

SNOW DAY IN DENNY PARK
THROUGH JAN 20 – Enjoy a festive light display in Denny Park with fun for all ages! Eat from food carts and enjoy live entertainment.

ROALD DAHL’S MATILDA
THROUGH FEB 3 – Watch this musical with everyone’s favorite kid genius, Matilda!

 

NEW MOVIES OPENING THIS WEEKEND

  • If Beale Street Could Talk
  • Vice
  • The Shop Around The Corner
  • Take Point
  • Fantastica
  • Kill Mobile
  • Simmba
  • Stan & Ollie
  • The House That Jack Built
  • It Happened

FOR A COMPLETE LIST OF EVENTS IN THE AREA FOR THE ENTIRE MONTH, VISIT

www.events12.com/seattle

www.bhhsnwrealestate.com

Seattle Events Weekend Planner December 20-23, 2018

SEATTLE EVENTS WEEKEND PLANNER
DECEMBER 20-23, 2018

ACROBATIC SHOW
THURS-SUN – Watch a powerful display of acrobatics in this high-flying adventure with juggling, circus acts and more!

SEATTLE SOLSTICE
SAT –  Enjoy food, song and a community event that brightens the darkest day in winter.

MODEL TRAIN FESTIVAL
THROUGH JAN 1 – Take in scenic Pacific Northwest tracks for model trains and see railroad history exhibits at the Model Train Festival in Tacoma.

HOLIDAY RUN
SAT – Dress up for the holidays and participate in the Holiday Fun Run with a hot chocolate and apple cider treat at Magnuson Park.

DIVING SANTA
FRI – Head to the Seattle Aquarium to see Santa dive with sea creatures and get a one-of-a-kind photo!

SPACE NEEDLE WINTERFEST
FRI – Activities available for the whole family at the Space Needle! See a winter train and village inside the Armory and even get a chance to work the controls! Ice sculpting demonstrations are available at the Winterfest Ice rink.

THE LIGHTS OF CHRISTMAS FESTIVAL
SAT-SUN – View over one million lights, five entertainment stages and amazing food. Bring the kids for fun activities and a train ride!

A ZOO ANIMAL’S CHRISTMAS
SUN – Bundle up and head to the Seattle Zoo to watch animals enjoy holiday presents and treats like evergreen trees with ornamental fruit and wrapped boxes.

A CHARLIE BROWN CHRISTMAS
THURS – A Charlie Brown Christmas spreads holiday cheer in a musical adaptation of the Christmas classic.

A PRIDE & PREJUDICE CHRISTMAS
THROUGH DEC 29 – Enjoy a theatrical production of a witty sequel to Pride and Prejudice. Watch the romantic and hilarious comedy unravel as a holiday classic.

RECURRING EVENTS:

REINDEER & SANTA
THROUGH DEC 23 – Head to the Cougar Mountain Zoo for Santa’s North Pole. See Santa’s sleigh, his friendly reindeer and Father Christmas himself!

TRADITIONAL CAROLS
THROUGH DECEMBER 23 – Listen to festive carols and the story of the Nativity with the Northwest Boychoir & Vocalpoint.

REINDEER & MODEL TRAIN
THROUGH DEC 24 – View a model train circling a winter landscape and view live reindeer at the Swanson’s Nursery Reindeer Festival.

CHRISTMAS IMPROV
THROUGH DEC 24 – Throw out audience suggestions and enjoy funny twists at this improvised Christmas Carol production.

BELLEVUE STREET SHOW
THROUGH DEC 24 – Watch young dancers and musicians perform under a light show and falling snow on Snowflake Lane.

A CHRISTMAS CAROL
THROUGH DEC 28 – Watch the holiday classic tale about Mr. Scrooge and a transformational journey.

NUTCRACKER BALLET
THROUGH DEC 28 – The Pacific Northwest Ballet performs George Balanchine’s play with a live orchestra.

HOLIDAY LIGHTS TOUR
THROUGH DEC  30 – Westlake Center offers a two-hour Seattle Holiday Lights & Lore Tour for the best bright lights in Seattle.

CHRISTMAS LIGHTS
THROUGH DEC 30 – Colorful lights and displays at the Garden d’Lights in Bellevue Botanical Garden.

GINGERBREAD VILLAGE
THROUGH JAN 1 – View some of the most intricate and detailed Gingerbread Village of Whoville, modeled after Dr. Seuss’ whimsical world. These creations are brought to you by Seattle’s top architects, bakers, and master builders.

WILDLIGHTS
THROUGH JAN 6 – Head to the Seattle Zoo for WildLights, over 600,000 lights in animal shapes, reindeer, carolers and Santa. The Tacoma Zoo hosts Zoolights with half a million lights and displays.

WINTERFEST
THROUGH JAN 6 – Enjoy a stroll through Winterfest. See twinkling holiday lights, ice sculptors, model trains and live entertainment.

ROALD DAHL’S MATILDA
THROUGH FEB 3 – Watch this musical with everyone’s favorite kid genius, Matilda!

NEW MOVIES OPENING THIS WEEKEND

  • Aquaman
  • Bumblebee
  • Mary Poppins Returns (2018)
  • They Shall Not Grow Old
  • Second Act
  • Welcome to Marwen
  • Cold War
  • Zero
  • American Renegades
  • Bird Box
  • Fourth Quarter

FOR A COMPLETE LIST OF EVENTS IN THE AREA FOR THE ENTIRE MONTH, VISIT

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Seattle Events Weekend Planner December 13-16, 2018

SEATTLE EVENTS WEEKEND PLANNER
DECEMBER 13-16, 2018

APPALACHIAN CHRISTMAS MUSIC

THURS – Join in on an Appalachian Christmas with violinist and composer Mark O’Connor and his musical family at Moore Theatre.

CITYCLUB LUNCH

FRI – Hear local leaders discuss a year in review and current events at Seattle CityClub’s luncheon. 

CELTIC CHRISTMAS

FRI – Head to this Yuletide Festival with Irish music, dance, storytelling and performances in multiple cities of Kingston, Kent, Leavenworth, Tacoma, Seattle, Mt. Vernon, and Bellevue.

BOAT PARADE

SAT – Watch and participate in the Parade of Festive Boats on Lake Union, or watch with a shoreline viewing party.

TCHAIKOVSKY

THROUGH SUN – Learn the story of Tchaikovsky through actor and pianist Hershey Felder as he paints a tale of culture with his unforgettable music from Swan Lake, Sleeping Beauty, and the Nutcracker.

SANTA BAR CRAWL

SAT – Wear a Santa suit or holiday costume and head to SantaCon to spread the holiday cheer!

SANTA LUNCH CRUISE

SAT – Join Santa and friends on the Lake Union Boat Cruise with a lunch buffet, kid’s activities and more!

TWILIGHT ZONE: LIVE

THROUGH SAT – Watch Rod Sterling’s made for TV sci-fi show live!

SANTA TRAIN

FRI-SUN – Hop on the Northwest Railway Museum, for a 20-minute Santa Train from North Bend to Snoqualmie for a visit and cookies! Check online for closures and updated ticket info.

CRAFT FAIR

SAT-SUN – Hangar 30 in Magnuson Park hosts the Renegade Craft Fair, with food trucks, indie crafts, and a live DJ!

FOOD TRUCK FESTIVAL

SUN – The popular Winter Feast Holiday Bazaar is back at the Fremont Sunday Market. Taste Seattle with various food carts and local vendors to purchase all your holiday gifting needs.

RECURRING EVENTS:

REINDEER & SANTA

THROUGH DEC 23 – Head to the Cougar Mountain Zoo for Santa’s North Pole. See Santa’s sleigh, his friendly reindeer and Father Christmas himself!

TRADITIONAL CAROLS

THROUGH DECEMBER 23 Listen to festive carols and the story of the Nativity with the Northwest Boychoir & Vocalpoint.

REINDEER & MODEL TRAIN

THROUGH DEC 24 – View a model train circling a winter landscape and view live reindeer at the Swanson’s Nursery Reindeer Festival.

CHRISTMAS IMPROV

THROUGH DEC 24 – Throw out audience suggestions and enjoy funny twists at this improvised Christmas Carol production.

BELLEVUE STREET SHOW

THROUGH DEC 24 – Watch young dancers and musicians perform under a light show and falling snow on Snowflake Lane.

A CHRISTMAS CAROL

THROUGH DEC 28 – Watch the holiday classic tale about Mr. Scrooge and a transformational journey.

NUTCRACKER BALLET

THROUGH DEC 28 – The Pacific Northwest Ballet performs George Balanchine’s play with a live orchestra.

HOLIDAY LIGHTS TOUR

THROUGH DEC  30 – Westlake Center offers a two-hour Seattle Holiday Lights & Lore Tour for the best bright lights in Seattle.

CHRISTMAS LIGHTS

THROUGH DEC 30 Colorful lights and displays at the Garden d’Lights in Bellevue Botanical Garden.

GINGERBREAD VILLAGE

THROUGH JAN 1 – View some of the most intricate and detailed Gingerbread Village of Whoville, modeled after Dr. Seuss’ whimsical world. These creations are brought to you by Seattle’s top architects, bakers, and master builders.

WILDLIGHTS

THROUGH JAN 6 – Head to the Seattle Zoo for WildLights, over 600,000 lights in animal shapes, reindeer, carolers and Santa. The Tacoma Zoo hosts Zoolights with half a million lights and displays.

WINTERFEST

THROUGH JAN 6 Enjoy a stroll through Winterfest. See twinkling holiday lights, ice sculptors, model trains and live entertainment.

ROALD DAHL’S MATILDA

THROUGH FEB 3 – Watch this musical with everyone’s favorite kid genius, Matilda!

 

NEW MOVIES OPENING THIS WEEKEND

  • Mortal Engines
  • The Mule
  • Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse
  • The Favourite
  • Once Upon A Deadpool
  • Capernaum
  • If Beale Street Could Talk
  • The Wedding (2018)
  • Maine
  • Antidote (2018)
  • Backtrace
  • Beyond White Space
  • Martyr

FOR A COMPLETE LIST OF EVENTS IN THE AREA FOR THE ENTIRE MONTH, VISIT

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SEATTLE EVENTS WEEKEND PLANNER DECEMBER 6-9, 2018

SEATTLE EVENTS WEEKEND PLANNER
DECEMBER 6-9, 2018

EVENING STREET FAIR
FRI-SAT – The Winter Solstice Night Market features art, food carts, live music and vendors.

GINGERBREAD VILLAGE
THROUGH JAN 1 – View some of the most intricate and detailed Gingerbread Village of Whoville, modeled after Dr. Seuss’ whimsical world. These creations are brought to you by Seattle’s top architects, bakers, and master builders.

TECHNOLOGY PARTY
THURS – The GeekWire Gala hosts an evening of conversation, tasty treats and cocktails with festive music at the tech party of the year.

PETER PAN PLAY
FRI-SUN – Watch a fresh spin on the classic tale in this new adaptation of Peter Pan and the Starcatcher. This prequel triumphs an adventure with mermaids, mayhem and music.

HOLIDAY CONCERT
SAT – Seattle Symphony and vocalists from the University of Washington Chorale perform Holiday Pops at Benaroya Hall.

AFFORDABLE ART SHOW
SAT – 70 artists, DJ music, free crafts and food trucks at the Seattle Design Center.

CHARLES DICKENS FESTIVAL
SAT – Join others in Victorian era costumes, puppet shows, live music and dancers. Head to the Victorian Holiday Festival for horse carriage rides at the Botanical Conservatory.

SANTA LUNCH CRUISE
SAT – Join Santa and friends on the Lake Union Boat Cruise with a lunch buffet, kid’s activities and more!

TWILIGHT ZONE: LIVE
THROUGH DEC 15 – Watch Rod Sterling’s made for TV sci-fi show live!

SANTA TRAIN
SAT – Hop on the Northwest Railway Museum, for a 20-minute Santa Train from North Bend to Snoqualmie for a visit and cookies! Check online for closures and updated ticket info.

JINGLE BELL RUN
SUN – Head to the Jingle Bell Run with a costume and participate in the 12k, 5k, or smaller choices like the kid’s run and join in on the fight against arthritis!

SEATTLE JAZZ
SUN – Listen to the Jose ‘Juicy’ Gonzales Trio play the classic score from A Charlie Brown Christmas, and participate in the silent auction.

 

RECURRING EVENTS:

 

REINDEER & MODEL TRAIN
THROUGH DEC 24 – View a model train circling a winter landscape and view live reindeer at the Swanson’s Nursery Reindeer Festival.

CHRISTMAS IMPROV
THROUGH DEC 24 – Throw out audience suggestions and enjoy funny twists at this improvised Christmas Carol production.

BELLEVUE STREET SHOW
THROUGH DEC 24 – Watch young dancers and musicians perform under a light show and falling snow on Snowflake Lane.

A CHRISTMAS CAROL
THROUGH DEC 28 – Watch the holiday classic tale about Mr. Scrooge and a transformational journey.

HOLIDAY LIGHTS TOUR
THROUGH DEC  30 – Westlake Center offers a two-hour Seattle Holiday Lights & Lore Tour for the best bright lights in Seattle.

CHRISTMAS LIGHTS
THROUGH DEC 30 – Colorful lights and displays at the Garden d’Lights in Bellevue Botanical Garden.

NUTCRACKER BALLET
THROUGH DEC 28 – The Pacific Northwest Ballet performs George Balanchine’s play with a live orchestra.

WILDLIGHTS
THROUGH JAN 6 – Head to the Seattle Zoo for WildLights, over 600,000 lights in animal shapes, reindeer, carolers and Santa. The Tacoma Zoo hosts Zoolights with half a million lights and displays.

WINTERFEST
THROUGH JAN 6 – Enjoy a stroll through Winterfest. See twinkling holiday lights, ice sculptors, model trains and live entertainment.

ROALD DAHL’S MATILDA
THROUGH FEB 3 – Watch this musical with everyone’s favorite kid genius, Matilda!

NEW MOVIES OPENING THIS WEEKEND

  • Ben is Back
  • Divide and Conquer
  • Great Great Great
  • Mary Queen of Scots
  • Swimming With Men
  • Tyrel
  • Clara’s Ghost
  • Asher
  • Back Roads
  • Bitter Melon
  • Elephants
  • Hospitality
  • The Appearance

 

FOR A COMPLETE LIST OF EVENTS IN THE AREA FOR THE ENTIRE MONTH, VISIT

www.events12.com/seattle

www.bhhsnwrealestate.com