VALENTINE’S DAY DINNER

SUN  Open Table lists over 100 area restaurants that offer specials, set menus & other Valentine’s Day treats. 

 

WINE & COCKTAIL HOUR

SUN Volunteer Park Conservatory: Enjoy sumptuous cocktails featuring spirits from The Hardware Distillery, a local craft distiller of fine gins, bee’s knees, whiskey and aquavit.

 

DAY CRUISE

SUN  Departs Seattle & Kirkland: Valentine’s Brunch includes a 2-hour cruise on Lake Union & Lake Washington. 

 

DINNER CRUISE

SUN  Departs Seattle & Kirkland: Enjoy breathtaking evening views and live music as you enjoy an extraordinary four-course dinner aboard a beautiful Waterways yacht.

 

HEARTS & WINE

SUN  The Foundry: An elegant evening of wine, jazz, friends and fun. 

 

VALENTINE’S CONCERT

SUN  Burien: Romantic music including Romeo & Juliet from three local Northwest composers. 

 

SWEETHEART WINE WALK

SUN  Enjoy wine and chocolate on this nice walk downtown. Sumner

 

WINE & CHOCOLATE

SUN  Seymour Conservatory. Stroll through a romantically-lit conservatory, sip on wine or champagne, nibble on decadent truffles, savory treats and chocolate-covered strawberries, and listen to live music.

 

RV SHOW

THURS-SUN  CenturyLink FieldThis year’s show is packed with new RVs, new seminars, gadgets, gear, and fun attractions.

 

FLY FISHING SHOW

SAT-SUN  Lynnwood Convention Center: Seminars, casting demos and classes offered to learn fly casting, fly typing, knot tying.

 

ROMEO AND JULIET BALLET

THURS-SUN  McCaw Hall. The ballet’s contemporary design and choreography glow while the PNB Orchestra plays Prokofiev’s haunting score.

THE POWER OF ARCHITECTURE

ALL MONTH Bellevue Art Museum. The exhibition Louis Kahn: The Power of Architecture, organized by Vitra Design Museum, is the first major retrospective of Kahn’s work in two decades.

FUNNY CORPORATE PLAY

Through FEB 21  5th Avenue, Seattle. From the corporate offices and the typing pools of the 1960s (think Mad Men) to the modern cubicle wars of today, this hysterical satire of Big Business is comedy at its finest.

TOURS & ACTIVITIES

ALL MONTH  Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Visitor Center: Through engaging and thought-provoking exhibits, parents and children dive into some of the world’s toughest challenges and learn how to act on their own ideas and solutions. Families can expect hands-on exhibits and spaces to create, explore, and discuss.

    

MOZART PLAY

Through FEB 21  Amadeus explodes with musical masterpieces and rich language, juxtaposing the petty with the transcendent in a celebration of human artistry, passion, and genius. Bathhouse Theatre

 

JOHNNY CASH SHOW

Through FEB 22  “Ring of Fire.” Drawn from the songbook of Johnny Cash comes a unique musical about struggle and success, rowdiness and redemption. CenterStage Theatre Federal Way.  

 

CRIMES OF THE HEART

Through FEB 28  Beth Henley’s brilliant dark comedy, called “a pure vein of Southern gothic humor” by The New York Times, is a 1981 Pulitzer Prize Winner. Set in the early 1970’s in rural Mississippi, 3 sisters reunite as all of them are facing loss and tragedies in their lives. Francis Gaudette Theatre, Issaquah.

 

LASER LIGHT SHOWS

ALL MONTH  Experience the largest and longest operating domed laser theater in the world.

 

BOAT TOUR

SAT  Enjoy a narrated tour of Lake Union & Lake Washington, lunch included.

SCAVENGER HUNT ADVENTURE

ALL MONTH  Enjoy this interactive scavenger hunt that takes you on a journey to see the best sights in the city while feeling like you are on the Amazing Race.    

 

MOVIES OPENING THIS WEEKEND

  • Creed/Rocky
  • How to Be Single
  • Deadpool
  • Zoolander 2
  • Cabin Fever
  • The Final Project
  • Providence
  • The New Year’s Eve of Old Lee
  • Touched with Fire
  • Of Mind and Music

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