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Seattle Events Weekend Planner April 18-21, 2019

SEATTLE EVENTS WEEKEND PLANNER
APRIL 18-21, 2019

NORWESCON
THURS-SUN – This science fiction and fantasy convention hosts over 200 panelists and vendors. Gather with the gamer community for 24-hour games and more!

SCIENCE NIGHT
FRI – Head to the adult PacSci Happy Hour at the Pacific Science Center to enjoy drinks and appetizers while playing with hands-on activities and see live science demonstrations.

CABARET IN SPACE
SAT A Space Oddity is a mash-up of musical theater, rock ‘n’ roll, and outer space at Hale’s Ales Palladium Theater.

TULIP FESTIVAL
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 country bike tours.

SCOTCH & BEER FESTIVAL
FRI-SAT – The Seattle Scotch and Beer Festival has vendors with over 50 varieties of beer, scotch whiskey, and wine.

SAKURA-CON
FRI-SUN – The Anime Festival is Seattle’s very own Japanese film and TV animation. Dress in cosplay, participate in cultural panels, dances, concerts, and exhibits.

CHEESE & MEAT FESTIVAL
SAT – Celebrate cheese and meat paired with wine, beer, and cider. Learn about the cheese-making process with seminars and enjoy coffee and chocolate samples.

WORLD RHYTHM FESTIVAL
SAT – The Seattle World Percussion Society hosts a full day of classes, performances, and family fun at the 26th Annual World Rhythm Festival.

DOG EASTER EGG HUNT
SAT – Bring Fido to Camp Charlie’s private off-leash dog park for an Easter egg hunt with treat-stuffed eggs.

EASTER BRUNCH
SUN – This Easter brunch cruise starts at Pier 54 and takes party-goers to Blake Island for a brunch buffet, and kids’ egg hunts with a beach walk.

EASTER PARADE
SAT – Washington’s only Easter Parade includes floats, bands, farm animals, and family entertainment in Snohomish.

FREE STATE PARK DAY
SAT – Head to Washington State Parks for free entrance day at any of Washington’s 140 parks.

CRAB RACE & FEED
SAT – Watch crab derby races or enjoy a world-class crab feed at Westport’s annual event.

RECURRING EVENTS: 

TWELVE ANGRY MEN
THROUGH SAT – 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 SUN – The Pacific Northwest Ballet features a classic comedy with a hint of mischief in Shakespeare’s famous Midsummer’s Night Dream.

TONY-WINNING PLAY
THROUGH SUN 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.

DESIGN INNOVATION
THROUGH MAY 11 – The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation Visitor Center hosts an exhibition demonstrating design innovation and how its 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

  • Breakthrough
  • The Curse of La Llorona
  • Penguins
  • Fast Color
  • Grass
  • Little Woods
  • Red Joan
  • Stuck
  • Under the Silver Lake

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 April 11-14, 2019

SEATTLE EVENTS WEEKEND PLANNER 
APRIL 11-14, 2019

SPRING FAIR
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. 

SPRING BAZAAR
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.

TULIP FESTIVAL
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.

HAWAIIAN FESTIVAL
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!

THE PERCUSSION
FRI-SAT Duck, Duck, Tambourine is a tiny tots concert for kids ages zero to five, exciting kids with new instruments.

RECURRING EVENTS:

CHARLIE BROWN
THROUGH SUN – The Knutzen Family Theatre and the Peanut characters host You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown.

MAMMA MIA
THROUGH SUN – Seattle Musical Theatre hosts a popular dance and musical Mamma Mia!

LEGO BUILDING
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.

TONY-WINNING PLAY
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. 

DESIGN INNOVATION
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

    • After
    • Hellboy (2019)
    • Little (2019)
    • Missing Link
    • A Dark Place
    • Mary Magdalene
    • Mia and the White Lion
    • Teen Spirit
    • Wild Nights with Emily
    • Rottentail

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 April 4-7, 2019

SEATTLE EVENTS WEEKEND PLANNER
APRIL 4-7, 2019

DAFFODIL FESTIVAL
SAT – The free daffodil parade hosts covered floats traveling through Sumner, Tacoma, Puyallup, and Orting. The theme this year is “A Heart for Service” showcasing over 180 entries including floats, bands, and more.

STUDENT CIRCUS
FRI-SUN – Watch students perform acrobatics like unicycling, tight wire, trapeze, contortion, juggling and more with the School of Acrobatics and New Circus Arts at the Broadway Performance Hall.

TULIP FESTIVAL
THROUGH APRIL 30 – Stroll through fields of blooming tulips and daffodils at the Skagit Valley Tulip Festival. Checkout their website to learn more about the activities all month long, as well as the country bike tours.

VARIETY SHOW
THROUGH SUN – Watch the world’s largest comedy and variety festival with over 40 shows for all ages and select 18+.

EDIBLE BOOK FESTIVAL
SAT – The edible art exhibition features “books” made of food and mouthwatering manuscripts. Browse the entries, or register to participate in this one-of-a-kind event.

BLUES FESTIVAL
SAT – The Swiss Restaurant and Pub along with the Harmon Brewery and Eatery host The Gray Sky Blues Music Festival after the Daffodil Parade. Featured musicians include United by Music and Howlin’ Dogma. Don’t miss the Harmon Brewery Hot Rod and Custom Show.

JEWISH FILM FESTIVAL
SAT-SUN – Celebrate Jewish and Israeli culture in film with an opening night happy hour and dessert party at the Seattle Jewish Film Festival.

MAKER SUMMIT
FRI-SAT – The 4th Annual UW Maker Summit combines talents of creatives and innovators, with new projects in technology.

CHEESE FOR ALL
SAT – This road show gives attendees a bit of mac & cheese and burgers prepared by 10 local chefs with Beecher’s cheese and Mishima Reserve’s Wagyu beef.

 

RECURRING EVENTS:

CHARLIE BROWN
THROUGH APRIL 14 – The Knutzen Family Theatre and the Peanut characters host You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown.

MAMMA MIA
THROUGH APRIL 14 – Seattle Musical Theatre hosts a popular dance and musical Mamma Mia!

LEGO BUILDING
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.

TONY-WINNING PLAY
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.

DESIGN INNOVATION
THROUGH MAY 11 – The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation Visitor Center hosts an exhibition demonstrating design innovation and how its 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

    • The Best of Enemies
    • Pet Sematary
    • Shazam!
    • Amazing Grace
    • Billboard
    • High Life
    • Peterloo
    • The Public
    • Storm Boy
    • The Wind
    • Khalid: Free Spirit

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

www.events12.com/seattle


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Seattle Events Weekend Planner March 21-24, 2019


SEATTLE EVENTS WEEKEND PLANNER
MARCH 21-24, 2019

MOTOCROSS
SAT – Head to CenturyLink Field to watch AMA Supercross race on dirt bikes with outrageous jumps and obstacles.

AWARD-WINNING PLAY
THROUGH APRIL 21 – Tony award-winning play The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time is a story covering a teen solving the emotional deal of the neighbor’s dog.

DIRECTOR’S CHOICE
THROUGH SUN
– Watch a contemporary ballet performance from the Pacific Northwest Ballet at McCaw Hall.

SAMSARAFEST
THURS-SUN – The Samsarafest is a healing, yoga, music, meditation, and arts festival wrapped into one. Enjoy meditation, a sound bath, nature hikes, dance to live music, and enjoy farm fresh food.

VICTORIAN FESTIVAL
FRI-SUN – Head out to Port Townsend for the Victorian Heritage Festival with a reception, fashion show, and Victorian ball. Experience historical building tours and tea time.

FRENCH FESTIVAL
SUN – Celebrate French culture with live music, dancing, French cuisine, wine tasting, activities for kids, and the best baguette contest.

THE BIG CLIMB
SUN – The annual Big Climb Fundraiser hosts over 6,000 participants as they climb the stairs of the Columbia Tower building to the Sky View Observatory to fight blood cancer with the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society.

ZOO MEMBERS ONLY
SAT-SUN – Are you a Zoo member? Take advantage of the members-only early openings and experience the Pacific Coral Reef exhibit as the creatures wake up and start their morning routine.

SEATTLE AQUARIUM
FRI – The Seattle Aquarium hosts an After Hours event for adults 21+ featuring food and beverages, music, animal experiences, a cash bar, and more.

FESTIVAL OF COLOR
SAT – Celebrate the traditional Indian festival of color with a fun color fight, celebrating the coming of spring and community.

BALLOONACY
SAT – This theatrical performance at the Children’s Theatre, boasts a wordless situational comedy about an Old Man and teasing, playful red balloons and notes to Charlie Chaplin. Click for more information and sensory performance times.

CABARET BRUNCH
THROUGH MAR 31 – Enjoy a thrillingly glamorous show with kicks and (brunch) treats at the Can Can Theatre.

RECURRING EVENTS:

COMEDIC SHOW
THROUGH APRIL 14 She Stoops to Conquer  is a comedic romp about a clever young woman, mistaken identities, and practical jokes.

LEGO BUILDING
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.

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

  • US
  • Shazam!
  • Wonder Park
  • Five Feet Apart
  • Hotel Mumbai
  • Ramen Soup
  • Sunset

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Seattle Events Weekend Planner March 14-17, 2019

SEATTLE EVENTS WEEKEND PLANNER
MARCH 14-17, 2019

ST. PATRICK’S DAY PARADE
SAT – St. Patrick’s Day community parade celebrates Irish heritage. Hop on the Monorail after for the closing ceremony at the Armory.

BOARD GAME BUFFET
FRI-SAT – Enjoy a buffet dinner for two with game store vouchers and a vast collection of games to choose from, with stunning views on the 76th floor of the Columbia Tower building.

LANDING OF ST. PATRICK
SAT – Hop on a South Lake Union boat and see St. Patrick’s arrival! Stories say, St Patrick was originally brought to Ireland by Pirates. Come to the bay to watch him be delivered.

COIN SHOW
SAT – The oldest coin show in the state is being held at the Tukwila Community Center this weekend!

MIGRATORY BIRD FESTIVAL
SAT-SUN – The Wings over Water Northwest Birding Festival celebrates migratory birds in the coastal area. Enjoy kids activities, exhibits, and listen to expert speakers over the picturesque Birch Bay.

INDIA COLOR PARTY
SAT Holi Hai integrates live music with dance performances, lessons, and drink specials. Wear white clothing and get covered in vibrant powder in celebration of color and community.

SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING FAIR
SAT – Local high school science projects will be showcased at Bellevue College.

EMERALD CITY COMIC CON
THURS-SUN – Head to the biggest Comic Con event of the year for gamers and creators alike in celebration of nerdy fandom. Meet George Takei, the cast from Stranger Things, and comic book artists!

IRISH FESTIVAL
SAT-SUN – Dance the night away with live music, singing, vendors, and children’s activities at the Irish Festival. Enjoy authentic Irish meals like soda bread, potato pancakes, Irish bacon and view art from Irish artists.

ST. PATRICK’S DAY DASH
SUN – Costumed runners compete in this 5k and head to the giant Foster adult-beverage garden.

MONSTER TRUCKS
SAT – Head to Centurylink Field for adrenaline seeking Monster Trucks. Cheer on vicious rides like The Gravedigger, El Toro Loco, and more!

CABARET BRUNCH
THROUGH MAR 31 – Enjoy a thrillingly glamorous show with kicks and (brunch) treats at the Can Can Theatre.

RECURRING EVENTS:

PINOCCHIO
SUN – Head to the theatre for a heartwarming family tale of Pinocchio, the story of a wooden puppet who learns to tell the truth.

SHAKESPEARE’S MACBETH
THROUGH SUN – A king is betrayed by his friend in a chilling Shakespearean tale at Shoreline Community College Theater.

LEGO BUILDING
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 WOMAN IN BLACK
THROUGH MAR 24 The Seattle Repertory Theatre hosts an eerie ghost story about a mysterious woman terrorizing an English Village.

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

  • Captive State
  • Five Feet Apart
  • Wonder Park
  • The Aftermath
  • Chimera Strain
  • Faith, Hope & Love
  • The Hummingbird Project
  • The Mustang
  • Nancy Drew and the Hidden Staircase
  • Iceman
  • Yardie
  • Off Season

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Seattle Events Weekend Planner March 07-10, 2019

SEATTLE EVENTS WEEKEND PLANNER
MARCH
07-10, 2019

PLANETARIUM SHOWS
FRI-SAT – Planetariums and observatories in the Puget Sound host public astronomy shows with breathtaking displays of our universe.

BRAZILIAN SHOW
SATCarnival costumed dancers play music from Brazil, enjoy the costume contest and a dance lesson.

KIDS ART DAY
SAT – Kids can create hands-on art projects at Kent Kids’ Arts Day! Play with clay creations, recycled robots, painting and more!

DOG SHOW
SAT-SUN – Gather with the Seattle Kennel Club with over 2,000 competing dogs at CenturyLink Field.  Watch a pawsitively fierce competition as canines compete in showmanship and agility.

TECH PARTY
THURS – This tech party allows guests to mix and mingle at the GeekWire Bash. Enjoy arcade games and great food.

SHAKESPEARE’S MACBETH
THROUGH MAR 17 – A king is betrayed by his friend in a chilling Shakespearean tale at Shoreline Community College Theater.

WOMEN’S SHOW
SAT-SUN – Watch seminars and learn about finance, health, and fashion. Meet celebrity hosts and browse hundreds of vendors at the Northwest Women’s Show. Watch dancing firefighters for a cause, meet Mario Lopez, Lindsay Arnold, and Matt Muenster. Apply to an open Shark Tank call, or enter to win a trip to L.A. to see Shawn Mendes.

KIDS ‘N’ CRITTERS
SAT-SUN –  Bring the whole family for a day of discovering outside at the Northwest Trek Wildlife Park.

THE MIRACULOUS JOURNEY OF EDWARD TULANE
SAT – This family-friendly play features a toy rabbit on a 20-year journey of being a companion and all the love and loss that occurs through the years, unexpected forces show him what truly matters.

ROCK & GEM SHOW
SUN – The 65th Annual Rock and Gem show, see local items and interact in kids activities, door prizes and silent auctions.

MUSICAL PERFORMANCE
SUNSeattle Pro Musica celebrates the cultural influences of Asian and Asian American communities in the Pacific Northwest with performances from composers representing China, India, Indonesia, Japan, Korea, Mongolia, the Philippines, Thailand, and the U.S.

SCIENCE FICTION & FANTASY
SAT – This film festival features science fiction and fantasy short films, bringing together industry professionals and genre experts to encourage and support creativity.

REMODELING EXPO
FRI-SUN – Head to Tacoma for the Remodeling Expo to compare trends in home and garden improvement.

ANIMATION SHOWS
THROUGH MAR 14 – Watch 16 international short films for all ages at the SIFF Cinema Uptown.

FOOD FEST
THURS-FRI – This festival is hosted by Ritual, a new meal ordering app. In celebration of the launch, several participating restaurants have come together to offer meals usually over $10 for just $1.

RECURRING EVENTS:

LEGO BUILDING
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.

MIND GAMES
FRI-SAT – Head to Hale’s Ales Theater to watch famous mentalist Eran Raven for subliminal suggestions and cognitive thinking to read minds and influence thoughts.

THE WOMAN IN BLACK
THROUGH MAR 24 The Seattle Repertory Theatre hosts an eerie ghost story about a mysterious woman terrorizing an English Village.

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

  • Captain Marvel
  • An Elephant Sitting Still
  • Ferrante Fever
  • Gloria Bell
  • The Kid
  • A Madea Family Funeral
  • Greta
  • Apollo 11

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Seattle Events Weekend Planner February 28 – March 03, 2019

SEATTLE EVENTS WEEKEND PLANNER
FEBRUARY 28 – MARCH 03, 2019

PIKE PLACE PIG DAY
FRI – Head to Pike Place to celebrate the Year of the Pig with Chinese New Year, enjoy live music, and a beverage garden.

SEATTLE HOME SHOW
THROUGH SUN – Learn about building, remodeling, designing landscapes, and interior decorating at the Event Center at CenturyLink Field.

SEWING FAIR
THURS-SUN – Watch seminars at the sewing and stitchery expo, enthusiasts from all over the world share their passion for creativity.

CURIOSITY DAY
FRI-SUN – Discover how the ecosystems are affected by climate change with live interactive shows and a Q&A with local scientists.

NORDIC LIGHTS FEST
FRI-SUN – This film festival features short and long contemporary films from Nordic areas like Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Sweden, and Norway.

MARDI GRAS CRUISE
SAT – Don your intricate mask and grab your beads for the Mardi Gras Party Cruise aboard a yacht with New Orleans style appetizers and desserts.

MATHEMATICS FESTIVAL
SAT – Enjoy math with games, puzzles, activities and creativity at UW. This festival encourages 4th-12th graders to approach math in a fun way.

HERO CONVENTION
SAT – Head to a Mini Con for board games, meet comic book heroes with comics, movie princesses, and more at the Convention Center.

WINE FESTIVAL
SAT – Taste from over 70 wines paired with food truck faire for the 10th Anniversary celebration.

HAIR SHOW
SUN – Watch live barber battles, watch seminars and classes, and shop vendors at the Style Hair Show & Competition.

FILM SERIES
THROUGH MAR 6 – “..And the winner is” film series features Cinerama with each Best Picture nominees.

WIZARDS & WITCHES BEER FEST
FRI – Block 41 in Downtown Seattle will be transformed into a wizarding world of magic and mischief. Enjoy tastings of over twenty beers and explore the lair of secret cider potions and butterscotch beer.

LUNAR CELEBRATION
SAT – Celebrate the 2019 Lunar New Year in Chinatown to see traditional lion and dragon dances, martial arts, Taiko drumming and more! The neighborhood is participating in a $3 food walk, with delicious local and affordable bites.

NEXT GENERATION DANCE
SAT-SUN – The country’s best young dance talent performs Ailey 2, a creative vision of passion, spirit and energy.

RECURRING EVENTS:

FOOD FEST
THROUGH MAR 8 – This festival is hosted by Ritual, a new meal ordering app. In celebration of the launch, several participating restaurants have come together to offer meals usually over $10 for just $1.

MIND GAMES
THROUGH MAR 9 – Head to Hale’s Ales Theater to watch famous mentalist Eran Raven for subliminal suggestions and cognitive thinking to read minds and influence thoughts.

THE WOMAN IN BLACK
THROUGH MAR 24 The Seattle Repertory Theatre hosts an eerie ghost story about a mysterious woman terrorizing an English Village.

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

  • Tyler Perry’s a Madea Family Funeral
  • Greta
  • Apollo 11
  • Climax
  • Furie
  • Transit
  • The Wedding Guest
  • Giant Little Ones
  • Level 16
  • Luka Chuppi
  • Saint Judy
  • The Hole in the Ground
  • Among the Shadows
  • Woman at War

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: February 21-24, 2019

SEATTLE EVENTS WEEKEND PLANNER
FEBRUARY 21-24, 2019

SEATTLE HOME SHOW
THROUGH MARCH 3 – Learn about building, remodeling, designing landscapes, and interior decorating at the Event Center at CenturyLink Field.

NORTHWEST FLOWER & GARDEN SHOW
THROUGH SUN – This festival embraces the Gardens of the World, celebrating over 20 fully landscaped garden displays, watch free seminars or shop the vintage marketplace.

NOIR FILM FESTIVAL
THURS – This classic film festival takes viewers on a journey through the shadowy streets of Film Noir. This is a great opportunity to see films set in the 50s, many have been restored. Don’t miss closing night Thursday!

ASIAN AMERICAN FILM FESTIVAL
THURS Seattle Asian American Film Fest features creative media in both feature-length and short format films.

MURDER MYSTERY
THROUGH SUN – This theatrical performance is set in a country house during a thunderstorm, each night will feature a different villain and ending.

WINTER BLUEGRASS FESTIVAL
THURS-SUN – The Wintergrass Festival features dozens of performances and workshops on many stages, celebrating acoustic sound and preserving traditional acoustic American music. 

BROADWAY MUSICAL
THROUGH SUN Aida is Verdi’s tale of an Egyptian romance and star crossed lovers with music by Elton John.

THE WOMAN IN BLACK
THROUGH MARCH 24 The Seattle Repertory Theatre hosts an eerie ghost story about a mysterious woman terrorizing an English Village.

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

GOLD, GEM, AND MINERAL SHOW
SAT-SUN – The Washington Prospectors Mining Association hosts presentations and workshops, view equipment exhibits and industry products at the Evergreen State Fairgrounds.

SEATTLE CAKE CON
SUN – This sweet showcase hosts the finest dessert creators from local makers with samples, competitions, and workshops from gourmet chefs.

AMERICAN CLASSIC BIKE RIDE
SUN – Grab your bike, hop on the ferry, cruise the hills of Bainbridge Island and enjoy a hot meal after the finish line on the event which Bicycling Magazine calls “Chilly Hilly.”

RECURRING EVENTS:

DINNER & A MYSTERY
THROUGH SUN – 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 SUN – This love story set on the Hollywood strip with musical numbers from favorite hair bands of the 80s.

MARRIAGE MUSICAL
THROUGH SUNI 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 SUN – 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

  • Fighting With My Family
  • How to Train Your Dragon
  • Run the Race
  • Changeover
  • Iron Orchard
  • Total Dhamaal
  • Prosecuting Evil

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Seattle Events Weekend Planner: February 14-17, 2019

Seattle Weekend Events

SEATTLE EVENTS WEEKEND PLANNER
FEBRUARY 14-17, 2019

VALENTINE’S DAY IMPROV
THURS – The Comedy of Love allows audience suggestions and stories about heartbreak, passion, and love.

VALENTINE’S DAY CONCERT
THURS – Local artist Lemolo performs at the community concert with OK Sweetheart and Sophia Duccini.

ROSÉ OVER ROSES
THURS – Purchase a ticket for a free flywheel class, win prizes, and a glass of Veuve. Enjoy live music, themed drinks and treats.

MURDER MYSTERY
THROUGH FEB 24 – This theatrical performance is set in a country house during a thunderstorm, each night will feature a different villain and ending.

EVERETT FILM FESTIVAL
FRI-SAT – View films looking through the lens of remarkable women at the Performing Arts Center. The festival also hosts complimentary tastings of sips and snacks.

BROADWAY MUSICAL
THROUGH FEB 24Aida is Verdi’s tale of an Egyptian romance and star crossed lovers with music by Elton John.

CHILDREN’S FILM FEST
SAT – The Children’s Film Festival Seattle hosts international films for kids 2 to 12, with the theme of Inspiring kids to be the dream.   

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.

ICE RACING
SAT – Watch the Xtreme International Ice Racing event! Motorcyclists drift on the ice, going zero to 60 mph.

BIKE SHOW
SAT-SUN – View bike gear, vendors, and travel accessories at the Seattle Bike and Outdoor Show. Test out and buy the latest products in the industry.

GOLF SHOW
SAT-SUN – Meet celebrities, view from over 160 exhibitors, participate in free lessons, instruction, and contests at the Seattle Golf Show.

FLY FISHING SHOW
SAT-SUN – Attend the International Fly Fishing Film Festival, test out and purchase the latest rods and reels, and watch casting demonstrations.

WINE & CHOCOLATE IN YAKIMA
SAT-SUN – Drive out to Yakima to taste local wines and paired chocolates at dozens of participating wineries.

RECURRING EVENTS:

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 24 – I 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

  • Isn’t It Romantic
  • Alita: Battle Angel
  • Happy Death Day 2U
  • Cold Pursuit
  • Birds of Passage
  • Donnybrook
  • Fighting with My Family
  • Hotel by the River
  • Ruben Brandt, Collector
  • Sorry Angel

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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

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