Family Fun: You Me We – Friday, January 26, 6-8:30 p.m. This festival is expected to have live music and entertainment, hands-on activities, games, bounce houses and so much more. It will take place at the Showare Center. Location: 625 West James Street, Kent, Washington. Follow this link for details.
Weekend Jams: Timbrrr! Winter Music Festival – Friday and Saturday, January 26 & 27. This music fest is a Leavenworth event. Attendees can expect two days filled with music and the Leisure Games. There is expected to be food, dancing and more. There is also plenty of shopping that can be done in Leavenworth, Washington. Follow this link for details.
Home Appeal: Tacoma Home & Garden Show – Thursday to Sunday, January 25-28. There is expected to be plenty of vintage action with a vintage market. People can also check out a new feature: “Artist Row” with creations from local artisans. Also, you can check out garden spotlight techniques that will be on display. This event is at the Tacoma Dome, 2727 E. D Street, Tacoma, Washington. Follow this link for details.
Outdoor Sports: Washington Sportsmen’s Show – Wednesday to Sunday, January 24-28. Attendees can learn about fly casting, tying and even get questions answered about fly fishing. There’s even information on trolling for Salmon. Want to learn about game hunting, there are strategies for that. Follow this link for details.
Kid Films: Children’s International Film Festival – starting Thursday and running until February 10. From site: Northwest Film Forum is Seattle’s comprehensive film arts organization, screening more than 200 independently made and classic films annually. Kids will enjoy festival classes and Hands-on activities. Most programs will take place in Northwest Film Forum’s cinemas. Follow this link for details.
Classic Sounds: Seattle Symphony performs works by Johannes Brahms – Saturday, January 27, 8 p.m. Thomas Dausgaard will be conducting. This event will be at Benaroya Hall in Seattle, 200 University Street. Follow this link for details.
Amphibian Fun: GroundFrog Day Celebration – Saturday, January 27, 12:30 p.m. This annual event is all about frognostication when Snohomish Slew predicts when Spring will arrive. People attending can expect fun for the whole family, including games, crafts, music, and more. The city uses it as a chance to a jump on Punxsutawney Phil, the west coast edition. This event will take place in the city of Snohomish at the Avenue A Gazebo. Follow this link for details.
Green Thumb Party: Northwest Flower & Garden Festival – Wednesday to Sunday, February 7-11, doors open at 9 a.m. Attendees can expect over 300 exhibitors and some of the region’s garden creators at the event. There will also be seminars that will showcase visuals for those who are looking for advice on gardening or just want to see a demonstration. If you love plants, composting, or hardscapes, this event has it all and a lot more. The show is at the Washington State Convention Center in downtown Seattle. Follow this link for details. (Sponsored)