You might find yourself getting a little stir crazy. Well lucky for you, Seattle and its surrounding towns are welcoming residents back into the world with events and attractions to attend in the coming months. Blue Fern Homes has compiled a list of events for people of all ages and varied interests.
Whether you’ve enjoyed cooking for years or picked it up as a hobby during quarantine, there’s no better way to sharpen your skills than by attending fun and social cooking classes with CocuSocial. With classes every week ranging from handmade ravioli, asian dumplings and chocolate truffles, learn from some of the best Seattle-area chefs.
Enjoy the best seafood Seattle has to offer at Off The Hook, presented by Ballard Seafoodfest. This 21-and-over festival offers three days of live music, fresh and delicious seafood, craft beer, drinks and more.
Eat your way through over 200 restaurants across almost every neighborhood and city at Seattle Restaurant Week this fall. Running twice annually, restaurants of all cuisines and price points offer special menu pricing for lunch, allowing patrons to support as many local business as possible during the two-week event.
Support over 75 Washington state wineries at Kirkland Uncorked, an outdoor festival featuring wine tasting, live music, shopping from local vendors and the Saturday Food Truck Fest—all in support of the Homeward Pet Adoption Center.
Whiskey enthusiasts will love the third-annual Seattle World Whiskey Day event in Redmond, featuring distillers from the Pacific Northwest, other parts of the United States and even international varieties.
For the chance to try locally made beverages while also getting active and supporting a good cause, check out the Run or Wine 5K in Woodinville. Proceeds from this event will benefit the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, and your registration includes race participation and a wine, beer and cider tasting.
Seattle Center is an active civic, arts and family gathering place that hosts various cultural, entertainment and arts events throughout the year. Enjoy foreign, indie and famous films at the outdoor cinema, connect with artists at the recurring Sculpture Walk or listen to the Rainbow City Marching Band perform.
The Olympic Music Festival is a long-running event featuring world-renowned classical musicians. Taking place over the course of a month, attendees can listen to well-known classics on violin, cello, piano and more.
If you made the move to the greater Seattle area in the height of the pandemic, you probably haven’t had a chance to experience everything it has to offer. Upcoming events give Blue Fern residents the opportunity to get to know both your city and your neighbors—and see what lies just outside your community. Still looking for a place to call home in one of the most sought-after neighborhoods? Contact us via online form or call (206) 319-9681 to learn about our two upcoming modern townhome communities in Shoreline.