Editor's Choice Events for Washington
Seattle, Seattle Miniature Show (3/4 - 3/5): Miniature contents for dollhouses, room boxes, and vignettes They are works of art you shouldn't miss!
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Anacortes, 2017 Anacortes Winter Farmers Market (1/14 - 4/8): Get down to the Farmers Market for lots of fresh produce, baked goodies, great food and lots of value added and gift options for every occasion.
Auburn, Auburn Bus Barn Bonanza 2017 (2/4 - 6/3): Featuring Jewelry, Hand Crafted Items, Candles, Cosmectics, Crocheted Items, Wood Crafts, Handmade Cards, Specility Items, Art, Food, Handmade Soaps, Fun Handmade Doll Clothes.
Auburn, Bus Barn Bonanza (3/4 - 12/2): We gather the 1st Saturday of the months February, March, April, May, June, October, November and December at Auburn Transportation.
Auburn, The Boy Who Cried Wolf (3/11): Storybook Theater brings this truth-telling tale to life on stage. Shepherd-boy Sam is tired of watching sheep all day, and wants some excitement in his life.
Bellevue, Literary Lions Gala (3/11): Join us for a literary feast in celebration of libraries as we raise funds for essential and innovative programs at the King County Library System.
Bellingham, Michael Meade Event - Bellingham, WA (3/2): Join Michael Meade for a timely and inspiring evening event that address the conditions of the world from a mythic perspective and presents ideas from his new book "The Genius Myth".
Bellingham, The Pirates of Penzance (3/12): Join this theatrical band of buccaneers, bumbling British bobbies, frolicsome Victorian maidens, and the delightfully dotty “model of a modern Major-General” for a rollicking romp over the coast of Co
Blaine, 2017 Wings Over Water Northwest Birding Festival (3/10 - 3/12): The 15th Annual Wings Over Water Birding Festival celebrates the incredible variety of migratory birds that flock to the pristine coastal waters of Drayton Harbor, Birch Bay and Semiahmoo Bay.
Bothell, Creme Tangerine (3/11): Creme Tangerine is a dynamic five piece band from Seattle that performs the music of The Beatles for thousands each year.
Bremerton, Bremerton Falcon Gun Show (3/11 - 3/12): This Bremerton gun show is held at Kitsap County Fairgrounds and hosted by Falcon Productions of Washington. All federal, state and local firearm ordinances and laws must be obeyed.
Burlington, Open House (3/2): Come meet new people, tour the Visitor Center and learn more about what the Burlington Chamber of Commerce does. Food and Prizes!
Burlington, Shamrock Shuffle Fun Run/Walk (3/11): The Shamrock Shuffle Fun Run/Walk will benefit Bethany Christian Preschool's scholarship fund. Prizes will be given for top male and female finishers. Prizes will also be given for best child and adul
Colville, Mardi Gras Youth Group Fundraiser (2/28): Pancakes, burning of the palms in preparation for Ash Wednesday, and the support of all our youth headed to Houston 2018!
Conway, Always... Patsy Cline (2/10 - 4/1): Theater Arts Guild's Production of "Always... Patsy Cline": Ria Peth Vanderpool and Kelly Visten reprise their roles as Patsy Cline and Louise Seger, respectively.
Coupeville, Penn Cove MusselFest (3/4 - 3/5): Penn Cove MusselFest offers chowder tasting, boat tours, mussel-eating competitions, and children’s activities in Coupeville on Whidbey Island.
Des Moines, Poverty Bay Wine Festival 2017 (3/3 - 3/4): Enjoy live music, taste wines from 25 Washington wineries, and sample local food at Poverty Bay Wine Festival in Des Moines Beach Park Auditorium.
Eastsound, Monty Python’s Spamalot (3/16 - 3/25): This March Orcas Center will feature the award winning musical Monty Python’s Spamalot, on Center Stage with Doug Bechtel directing an all-island cast.
Edmonds, A Violin Festival (3/13): Introducing 2015 winners of the Seattle Music Teachers Association Simon-Fiset String Competition.
Rimsky-Korsakov: Overture to the Tsar's Bride
Lalo: Allegro non troppo from Symphonie Espagnole, op
Edmonds, DeMiero Jazz Fest (3/3 - 3/4): A stellar lineup of professional jazz artists is ready to work for two intense days with over 60 choirs. Don’t miss the evening concerts on Friday and Saturday nights, March 3-4.
Edmonds, ECA Film Cabaret Series - 2001: A Space Odyssey (3/9): A mind-bending sci-fi symphony, Stanley Kubrick's landmark 1968 epic, 2001: A Space Odyssey, pushed the limits of narrative and special effects toward a meditation on technology and humanity.
Everett, 16th Annual Everett Home & Garden Show (3/10 - 3/12): You will experience a unique personal Back Yard experience at this year's Everett Home & Garden Show featuring the outstanding "Backyard" landscape display with Whispering Pines Landscape exhibit.
Everett, The 39 Steps (3/3 - 3/26): Mix a Hitchcock masterpiece with a juicy spy novel, add a dash of Monty Python, and you have The 39 Steps, a fast-paced whodunit for anyone who loves the magic of theatre.
Everett, Winter Photography Outing (3/11): Geared for photography enthusiasts of all abilities. Commonwealth Creek offers intriguing image possibilities with ice falls, cool vapors and swirling dark waters.
Issaquah, A Proper Place (3/16 - 4/23): Downton Abbey meets Gilligan’s Island in this hysterical new musical based on J.M. Barrie’s play, The Admirable Crichton.
Issaquah, Walk ‘n Wag Dog Walk (3/19): There will be an Agility Course along the way for added fun for the dogs, and all dogs will be invited to perform their best trick! Will raise funds for more park improvements. Come meet other dog own
Lacey, The Ethnic Celebration (3/11): A free event for the whole family! Enjoy music and dance from around the world on three performance stages.
Lakewood, DOUBT: A Parable (2/17 - 3/12): All the elements come invigoratingly together like clockwork in John Patrick Shanley's provocative play, DOUBT.
Langley, Mardi Gras Celebration! (2/28): Join us at Bayview Community Hall from 6pm - 8:30pm, and wear your masks, beads, and costumes for a festive night of dancing, costume contests, and of course...
Mercer Island, Mercer Island Half Marathon (3/19): The Mercer Island Rotary Half Marathon is an annual event which encourages runners and walkers to put their feet forward to help support Colon Cancer Awareness
Monroe, Quilters Anonymous 36th Annual Quilt Show (3/17 - 3/19): We expect to display over 500 quilts in a dozen different categories, ranging from traditional styles to art quilts and other innovative designs
Mount Vernon, Peter Rabbit Tales™ (3/5): Once upon a time there were four little Rabbits, and their names were – Flopsy, Mopsy, Cotton-tail and Peter….”
Newman Lake, Investigative Interviewing Skills Spokane SO (3/8): The INTERVIEW is your personal confirmation of truth or deception by means of body language, statement analysis, and micro expressions presented by the interviewee.
Newport, House and Home : An ongoing exhibition that explores what it means to live at home.
Oak Harbor, Luck of the Irish 5k Poker Run (3/19): Come run the green and the best poker hand wins. 5 stations will be set up along the 5k course for you to run or walk to. Draw a card at each station to try to get the best poker hand.
Ocean Shores, Beachcombers Fun Fair (3/4 - 3/5): Beachcombers’ Fun Fair is an opportunity for people who love life on the coast to celebrate this wonderful area and all it has to offer. T
Olympia, BodyVox: Urban Meadow (3/3): Urban Meadow celebrates the company’s history of making work that has entertained and moved audiences around the world.
Olympia, Guest Brewer Night: No-Li Brewing (3/2): Since 2012, No-Li has been turning heads in the Northwest Craft Beer scene. Based in Spokane, they've rocketed to the top of every beer drinker's list with their epic Big Juicy IPA.
Port Orchard, Daddy Daughter Dance (3/18): Dads, show your daughter just how special she really is by bringing her to this fun night of dancing and memories!
Port Townsend, Garage Sale & Flea Market (3/18): Garage Sale and Flea Market will be held on March 18, 2017 at Jefferson County Fairgrounds.
Puyallup, Almost Spring Swap Meet & Car Show (3/18 - 3/19): Gallopin Gertie's Model A Club presents their annual swap meet and vintage car show. Car enthusiasts will find antique and classic car parts, bikes and other collectibles.
Puyallup, Crossroads Doll & Teddy Bear Show (3/18 - 3/19): A fun event for the whole family! Dolls, teddy bears, toys, minatures, furniture, clothes and accessories. You will see antique, modern and the carefully hand-crafted.
Puyallup, Gold and Treasure Expo (3/18 - 3/19): Learn everything under one roof pertaining to gold prospecting and treasure hunting. Featuring special seminars daily, plus $6000 in daily door prizes.
Puyallup, Sewing and Stitchery Expo (3/2 - 3/5): Shop 400 booths or attend seminars at the Sewing and Stitchery Expo at the fairgrounds in Puyallup.
Puyallup, The Sewing and Stitchery Expo (3/2 - 3/7): The Sewing and Stitchery Expo is the largest consumer sewing show in America. The 2017 dates are: March 2 - 5, 2017 at the Washington State Fair Event Center, in Puyallup, Washington.
Renton, Chuckanut 50k Course Preview Run (3/4): Join us as we introduce you to this years course, a slightly different one than in the past few years. Back to the original course.
Ridgefield, 2017 Washington State Horse Expo (2/3 - 3/5): Washington State Horse Expo will be held on March 3-5, 2017. One of the largest shows of its kind in the region, the horse expo focuses on promoting equine education.
Ridgefield, 2017 Washington State Horse Expo (3/3 - 3/5): Come and experience the magic of the Horse at the 7th Annual Washington State Horse Expo, March 3-5, 2017.
Seattle, A Great Hunger (3/16 - 3/19): Audacious choreographer and sorceress Jessica Jobaris leads a congregation of willing pranksters on a mission to define the riddle of existence.
Seattle, A Greek in Toledo: El Greco (3/9 - 3/10): Doménikos Theotokópoulos, famed as El Greco, began his career painting icons on Crete, studied in Italy, and settled in Spain in 1577.
Seattle, Art of Jazz: Kiki Valera (3/9): After 20 years of directing La Familia Valera Miranda, internationally acclaimed recording artist Kiki Valera has joined forces with a new line up of accomplished musicians.
Seattle, Bacon Eggs and Kegs (3/11 - 3/12): Best brews that the PNW has to offer. In addition to tons of different beers and ciders, guests can also enjoy full 12 oz. pours of a few select beers. Seattle's best restaurants, bacon bingo, egg to
Seattle, Ballard Art Walk (3/16 - 12/21): Ballard businesses and venues partnering with artists every Third Thursday. Most venues open 6pm - 9pm.
Seattle, Brazilian Carnaval (3/4): Eduardo Mendonça & Show Brazil! Brazilian Carnaval dancers wear outrageous costumes, and the band plays music of Brazil at the Crocodile
Seattle, Chamber Singers & University Chorale (3/3): The Chamber Singers and University Chorale present “Warp and Weft: Music of the Fabric of Life,” featuring music depicting the intricacy of nature, love, life, and the interdependence of our world.
Seattle, Cookies and Cocktails Gala (3/2): A century of girl entrepreneurs was in order! On the fence about attending? By local women chefs, and cookie-inspired cocktails and mocktails, along with beer and wine pairings curated by female disti
Seattle, Defying Expectations (2/25 - 2/27): Hear your favorite showtunes from a talented cast of five in an evening of celebration and inspiration. Featuring songs and stories of people overcoming the lines that divide us.
Seattle, Dino Weekend (3/11 - 3/12): Meet Burke paleontologists and make your own discovery in a fossil dig pit! Additional activities Uncover a fossil in the dino dig pit, Watch scientists prepare a newly-discovered dinosaur fossil, Dre
Seattle, Directors Choice (3/17 - 3/26): The world of Empire Noir is a ballet designed as a blast of graphic energy—fast-paced and relentless in its own journey through the darkness of the night, the color black, the void of madness.
Seattle, Double Portrait: Erickson/Dempster (3/11): Seattle Modern Orchestra celebrates the centennial of American composer Robert Erickson and the 80th birthday of legendary Seattle trombonist and composer Stuart Dempster.
Seattle, Dry Powder (3/17 - 4/15): This gripping new dark comedy delves into the world of those who have the power to manipulate the American economy.
Seattle, Ellen Bass (2/28): Seattle Arts & Lectures presents Ellen Bass. Ellen Bass’s most recent book of poetry, Like a Beggar (2014), was published by Copper Canyon Press.
Seattle, Emerald City Comicon (3/2 - 3/5): Emerald City Comicon is a large comic book, game, and popular-culture event at the convention center.
Seattle, Fremont First Friday Art Walk (3/3 - 12/1): Fremont First Friday Art Walk brings together a number of our neighborhood’s arts-supporting shops, galleries, and restaurants each month for 3 hours of celebrating creativity in it’s many forms.
Seattle, French Fest (3/19): FEN organizes the West Coast’s largest Francophone-themed festival each spring as part of the prestigious FESTÁL Cultural Event series
Seattle, Hiromi - The Trio Project (3/2 - 3/5): Japanese pianist/composer Hiromi traces the path of the flame ignited by that spark as it consumes and inspires.
Seattle, HUGE Book Sale 2017 (3/17 - 3/19): Every year, the Friends receive hundreds of thousands of donated books. We sell these books in the community and online. The funds raised from these sales go toward grants for The Seattle Public Libra
Seattle, Irish Festival of Seattle 2017 (3/11 - 3/12): The Festival features booths selling Irish and Celtic products, non-stop Irish music, singing, dancing, workshops, lectures, cultural displays, children's contests and activities.
Seattle, Josh Abbott Band (3/15): Please join us for the Josh Abbott Band and William Clark Green on Wed, March 15, 2017 at 9:00 pm at the Crocodile Cafe.
Seattle, Katya Kabanova (2/25 - 3/11): In this romantic tragedy overflowing with powerfully original music inspired by Slavic folk songs, the celebrated Czech composer weaves a dreamlike, visceral story of isolation and provincial oppressi
Seattle, Lake City Wellness Pass! (2/28): Get in shape? Support local businesses? Meet new people? Be more charitable? Regardless of what your New Year resolution is, the Lake City Class Pass can make it possible.
Seattle, Literary Arts Series: Ben Fountain (3/1): His reportage on post-earthquake Haiti was nationally broadcast on the radio show “This American Life.” He and his family live in Dallas, Texas.
Seattle, Macbett (3/10 - 3/25): Eugene Ionesco rips Shakespeare apart in Macbett – Perfect for people who love Shakespeare and people who hate Shakespeare, this play will leave the audience laughing and fearing for society as we kno
Seattle, Marimekko, With Love (3/10 - 7/9): Marimekko, With Love offers a retrospective look at the company’s mid-century origins and the role Marimekko played in shaping a new aesthetic and approach to living through fashion and design.
Seattle, Michel Navedo & Brazil Novo (3/3): Michel Navedo and Brazil Novo recreates the era of classic Bossa Nova for fans of Tom Jobim, Joao Gilberto, Caetano Veloso, and Stan Getz.
Seattle, Milk Like Sugar (3/2 - 3/25): It is Annie Desmond’s sixteenth birthday and her friends have decided to help her celebrate in style, complete with a brand new tattoo.
Seattle, Moon Over Manhattan: A Cabaret (3/11): Favorite amoung Seattle's art scene and La Gaviota, actor, dancer, and draq queen extraordinaire. Show features choreographies to well-known favorites like New York, New York, I Dream of Jeannie, and
Seattle, Mythicworlds Seattle 2017 (3/17 - 3/19): Held at the Doubletree by Hilton, the premiere convention hotel on Seattle, Mythicworlds celebrates world myths and world creators on literature, folklore, fantasy...
Seattle, Noam Pikelny (3/3): Noam Pikelny has emerged as the preeminent banjoist of his generation, hailed by the Chicago Tribune as the “pros’ top banjo picker.”
Seattle, Red Hot Chili Peppers The Getaway Tour (3/17): Red Hot Chili Peppers announce the first three legs of their 2017 North American Tour today. The band is touring in support of its 11th studio album, the worldwide No. 1 The Getaway.
Seattle, Seattle Bike Show (3/4 - 3/5): Check out the vendors of bikes, bike gear, travel accessories, and fitness equipment at the Seattle Bike Show at CenturyLink Field Event Center.
Seattle, Seattle Miniature Show (3/4 - 3/5): Miniature contents for dollhouses, room boxes, and vignettes They are works of art you shouldn't miss!
Seattle, St. Patricks Day Parade (3/11): At 12:20 pm, the Irish flag is raised in front of the King County Administration Building, followed by trumpeters playing the Irish and US National Anthems. Then at 12:30 pm, the St. Patrick’s Day Par
Seattle, Tafelmusik (3/11): Lauded by Gramophone Magazine as “one of the world’s top baroque orchestras.”
Seattle, Tasting Notes (3/15): In anticipation of St. Patrick’s Day, Early Music Guild and Early Music Underground invite you to an exclusive “Tasting Notes” private house concert and single malt whiskey tasting.
Seattle, The Radio Dept. (3/1): Join us on March 1st at Neumos. Hope to see you there!!
Seattle, Travel Adventures Gear Expo (3/4 - 3/5): Travel Adventures Gear Expo is for outdoor enthusiasts and features a zip line, rock climbing wall, demo pool for kayaks, and tons of outdoor gear at CenturyLink Field Event Center.
Seattle, Tribes (3/3 - 3/26): Tribes is the story of Billy, a young man who lives with an intellectual, chaotic, and sharp-tongued family.
Seattle, Tuesday Tasting Woodinville Whiskey (2/28): Join us Tuesday February 28th for our first Tuesday Tasting of the year. Woodinville Whiskey will be here with bourbon and ryes for you to try.
Seattle, Windows into the World of Giants (3/10): Over the last two centuries, paleontologists have discovered more than 2,000 species of dinosaurs, and yet we have just begun to understand them as once-living organisms.
Seattle, YPIN International Women’s Day Speed Mentorship (3/11): This event is perfect for early career women seeking to enhance their leadership potential, or mid-career professionals. Have the chance to network with all mentors and mentees in addition to one-on-o
Shelton, Social Media from Scratch (2/28): You represent a small business or a non-profit organization. You heard how important social media marketing has become. You don't know much about how to use social media for business.
Snohomish, Snohomish Wine Festival (3/4): Snohomish Wine Festival pours 70 wines and serves appetizers at the Snohomish Event Center.
Spokane, Introduction to Creating Batik Art (3/4): In this interactive and hands-on workshop, Spokane artist Nicholas Sironka leads students in an introduction to the origin of Batik art and how to apply this technique to creating art.
Spokane, The 12th Annual Father Daughter Dance 2017 (3/4): The 12th annual dance presented by Liberty Lake Kiwanis and the City of Spokane Valley. Ticket prices include a long-stem rose, favors and refreshments. Semi-formal attire is recommended.
Sumner, Ribbon Cutting at Windmill Floral Studio (3/2): Come on down and join the community in celebrating the opening of this innovative and contemporary flower shop. Come out and show your support for local business Sumner!
Tacoma, Eric Church: Holdin My Own Tour (3/18): Eric Church announced live on stage at Red Rocks that he's bringing the Holdin' My Own Tour to the Tacoma Dome on March 18.
Tacoma, Flea Market (3/18): Please join us for out Flea Market on Saturday, March 18, 2017 at the University of Puget Sound Memorial Fieldhouse.
Tacoma, Gullys Hempfest Seattle Audition Show (3/1): We would love your support on March 1st at Jazzbones in Tacoma. There will be a live recording of our performance so bring a friend!
Tacoma, Into the Deep (9/24 - 9/1): Into the Deep will introduce visitors to the similar properties between glass and water, taking them on a journey through the wide possibilities of glass and the beauty of marine life.
Tacoma, Mahler Symphony No. 1 (3/5): Mahler had an exceptionally interesting yet tumultuous life. His music evokes an expansive emotional gamut, ranging from the most despairing to the frivolous.
Tacoma, Rainier Arts Center presents: The Song Collector (3/3): Follow one family’s efforts to preserve their cultural heritage in the face of development and continual change. Can there be a lasting coexistence between tradition and modernization?
Tacoma, Tarot-Major Arcana (3/2): Angela will take you on the journey of the fool through the storytelling of the major arcana of the tarot.
Tukwila, PNNA Spring Convention Coin Show (3/17 - 3/19): The state’s oldest and largest public coin show is at the annual convention of the Pacific Northwest Numismatic Association, Tukwila Community Center.
Vancouver, Food and Film: Death by Design (2/28): Come join us for a film and pizza during our 7th Annual Food and Film series. We have gluten/dairy free pizza as well.
Walla Walla, 5th Annual Fat Tuesday at AKs (2/28): Join us in the gas station for one of our favorite food days of the year!! Fat Tuesday at AK's has become nearly lengendary since it's inception.
Wapato, South of France @ Treveri Cellars (3/16): Check in between 6:00-6:30. Painting begins at 6:30 and ends around 8:30. $40 advance registration only PRICE PER PERSON.
Wenatchee, Columbia Chorale presents Voices & Strings! (3/4): The Columbia Chorale will partner with the Wenatchee High School Chamber Orchestra to present works from three musical time periods: Baroque, Romantic and 20th-Century.
Wenatchee, Opening Day at Rocky Reach Dam Visitors Center (3/1): With updated events, extended hours, and a longer season for visitors to come see us, our goal at Rocky Reach Dam is to engage our stakeholders and promote a lifelong commitment to learning.
Yakima, Jeff Dunham - Perfectly Unbalanced Tour (3/12): Jeff Dunham has become a global entertainment brand and imminently bankable star whose two decades of unparalleled success have left him one of the world’s most recognizable...