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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: November 1-4, 2018

 

SEATTLE EVENTS WEEKEND PLANNER 
NOVEMBER 1-4, 2018

 

DAY OF THE DEAD
FRI Dia de los Muertos has a display of Aztec dancers, singers and folk dancers as well as free face painting with sugar skull designs. Enjoy a free showing of Disney’s Coco.

OYSTER FESTIVAL
SAT – Taste from over 30 oyster varieties, 60 wineries, breweries, and live music at Elliot’s Oyster House. 

SCOTTISH BALL
SAT – Enjoy an evening of Scottish entertainment with Pipe bands, dancers and a silent auction. Take a Scottish dance lesson and taste authentic food from the highlands.

INDIA FESTIVAL OF LIGHTS
THROUGH NOV 11 – Watch the Festival of Lights following the lunar calendar. This cultural celebration This cultural celebration symbolizes light providing hope, knowledge and accepting diversity.

TILE FESTIVAL
SAT-SUN – View beautiful and innovative handmade tiles from Northwest artists.

ORCHID SHOW
SUN – View beautiful flowers at the Northwest Orchid Society Fall Show & Sale at Swanson’s Nursery.

JET CITY COMIC SHOW
SAT-SUN – Head to the comic book convention and meet special celebrity guests, comic book writers and artists.

LATINO COMEDY
SAT-SUN – Watch a story unfold about a friendship between a TV writer and janitor as it addresses differences in culture, class, race and gender.

SMALL PUBLISHER FESTIVAL
SAT – The Short Run Comix and Arts Festival highlights Pacific Northwest artists published by small press and handmade books. Come to the festival to support local artists!

THE VELVETEEN RABBIT
SAT – Watch the heart-warming classic story of a child and his best friend, a velveteen rabbit at the Seattle Children’s Theatre.

PLANTING PARTY
SAT – Head to Pritchard Island Beach for a restoration work party. Help make Seattle greener by volunteering to plant shrubs and prepare the beach for fall.

GAELIC SONGS OF THE SEA
SUN – This free workshop teaches seafaring songs with Scottish Gaelic artist Fae Wiendenhoeft and teacher Geo Sammons.

RECURRING EVENTS:

CIRQUE DU SOLEI VOLTA
THROUGH SUN  Watch the majestic story about the freedom of choice and blazing trails.

SEATTLE RESTAURANT WEEK
THROUGH NOV 8 – Enjoy lunch and dinner specials including three-course meals from 165 of Seattle’s top restaurants.

WOMEN OF AFGHANISTAN
THROUGH NOV 10 – See the story of three generations of Afghan women in the best-selling novel’s story A Thousand Splendid Suns at Repertory Theatre.

WITCH COMEDY
THROUGH NOV 11 – See this bewitching love story of a witch and mere mortal. Will there be a happily ever after?

SCHOOLHOUSE ROCK
THROUGH NOV 17 – Watch the live production and celebration of the 45th Anniversary of Schoolhouse Rock. Enjoy all your favorite songs like “Lolly, Lolly, Lolly” and “Just a Bill.”

NEW MOVIES OPENING THIS WEEKEND

  • Bohemian Rhapsody
  • The Nutcracker and the Four
  • Nobody’s Fool
  • Beautiful Boy
  • Boy Erased
  • In Harm’s Way
  • A Private War
  • In Search of Greatness
  • Maria by Callas
  • Bodied
  • Rampant
  • Searching For Ingmar Bergman

 

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

www.events12.com/seattle

www.bhhsnwrealestate.com