Take the opportunity this Valentine’s Day to spread the love far and wide. Grab a pal, a neighbor, your brother, your niece or main squeeze and check out these curious events….
Screening of Afghan Cycles February 5th at the Ark Lodge, a feature documentary about a generation of Afghan women challenging gender and cultural barriers using the bicycle as a vehicle for freedom, empowerment and social change.
Raclette Party with Fire & Scrape February 16th at the Estates Wine Room in Pioneer Square, how can you can go wrong with melted cheese and wine?
A Valentine pop-up In the Shed February 10th - treats and goodies for everyone you adore.
Learn to dance the tango at the Century Ballroom, second Fridays at 8:30 p.m., an intro lesson followed by dance time at 9:30 - the perfect way to add a little spice to your Friday nights.
Birding the Skagit Valley - before the tulips and daffodils come to life, the fields welcome snow geese, trumpeter swans, peregrine falcons and bald eagles. If you’ve ever wanted to try birding, grab some binocs and hit the road! Cap off the trip with a cruise up Chuckanut Drive and a stop at Taylor Shellfish!
Mocktail Party with author Kristi Coulter February 19th at Third Place Books Seward Park, the author of Nothing Good Can Come of This shares her stories of a life in transition.
Warm up and revel in the beauty of the Volunteer Park Conservatory, hands down one of the best places to spend a rainy afternoon and free during the month of February.
Ignite Seattle February 28th - this fascinating night sold out faster than ever, but you can register to watch it livestream. We are extra excited to see field tripper Tracy Romoser share her story “Speakeasies, Felons, and Prohibition Moonshine: A Family DNA Love Story”.
An evening with Samin Nosrat at Benaroya Hall March 10th, if you love cooking and eating as much as we do, then you’re sure to enjoy listening to this utterly charming chef share the what and how behind salt, fat, acid and heat.