SEATTLE EVENTS WEEKEND PLANNER
APRIL 11-14, 2019
THURS-SUN – Bring the kids to interact with baby animals or watch a pig race at the Spring Fair. Enjoy fair food from local vendors or head to the garden show. Hop on a ride or watch the demolition derby at the Washington State Fair Events Center.
SAT – The Spring Bazaar at the Polish Cultural Center hosts a choir, Easter crafts, and traditional Polish food. Enjoy pierogi, sausage, cabbage rolls, and desserts.
THROUGH APRIL 30 – Stroll through fields of blooming tulips and daffodils at the Skagit Valley Tulip Festival. The Tulip Festival hosts activities all month long, as well as family friendly country bike tours.
SAT – Head to the Aha Mele Hawaiian Festival for a hula show, live music, workshops, and flavorful lunch.
ARTS & CRAFTS SHOW
SAT-SUN – Browse jewelry, paintings, clothing, sculptures, and more craft vendors at the Best of the Northwest Art and Fine Craft Show. Head over to Hangar 30 in Magnuson park for this event and support local food trucks.
LEAVENWORTH ALE FEST
SAT – Head to Leavenworth to listen to live music and taste craft beer and cider from over 40 breweries.
WARBIRDS & WINE
SAT – The Flying Heritage & Combat Museum hosts Warbirds & Wine, an event raising a glass to some of the rarest warbirds from WWII. Taste wines from over eight wineries, indulge your sweet tooth with desserts, and paint your own unique souvenir with a “sip and paint” with an instructor!
FRI-SAT – Duck, Duck, Tambourine is a tiny tots concert for kids ages zero to five, exciting kids with new instruments.
THROUGH SUN – The Knutzen Family Theatre and the Peanut characters host You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown.
THROUGH SUN – Seattle Musical Theatre hosts a popular dance and musical Mamma Mia!
ONGOING – Join a free Lego building convention for creative open-house play time. Building supplies will be provided, all you need to do is bring your imagination.
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.
TWELVE ANGRY MEN
THROUGH APRIL 20 – Based on the classic movie starring Henry Fonda spins into a theatrical performance about a dramatic jury determining a man’s fate.
MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM
THROUGH APRIL 21 – The Pacific Northwest Ballet features a classic comedy with a hint of mischief in Shakespeare’s famous Midsummer’s Night Dream.
THROUGH APRIL 21 – The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time strikes viewer’s emotions as it follows a teenager’s path to solving the mysterious death of the neighbor’s dog.
HOLLYWOOD & VINE
THROUGH APRIL 28 – Teatro ZinZanni hosts a five-course dinner performed by aerial artists and acrobatics.
THROUGH MAY 11 – The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation Visitor Center hosts an exhibition demonstrating design innovation and how it’s improving our lives with clean water, education, shelter, and health care.
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
- Hellboy (2019)
- Little (2019)
- Missing Link
- A Dark Place
- Mary Magdalene
- Mia and the White Lion
- Teen Spirit
- Wild Nights with Emily
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