How is it the middle of the month already? We don’t know but you know what they say, time flies when you’re having fun so let’s have some more! Here are 10 of the best things to do in Seattle this week.
Down The Rabbit Hole is centered around the themes of Lewis Carroll’s Alice In Wonderland. You’ll get to watch as your favorite tales like “The Walrus and the Carpenter” and “The Stolen Tart” are set to original music and performed by a local cast. It’s an experience designed to cater to all the senses.
When: Begins April 1st
Where: 103 South Main Street
Cost: $95-$105 per person
Next, a trio of some “regular”, but still fun, options around the city. If working from home is getting a little old, then maybe check out our roundup of some of the best cafes in the city to get some work done.
Where: Click the link above for our picks
This is a hybrid plant sale happening both online and in person. The plants are grown by students and the sale features plants like vegetables and herbs, fuchsia baskets, petunias, million bells, and much more.
When: April 14th-30th
Where: 11605 132nd Ave NE
You can see all sorts of cute fuzzy baby animals, livestock, livestock shows, and more at The Spring Fair. Additionally, you’ll be able to see shows like DockDogs, Swifty Swine Racing Pigs, and Motorsport Mayhem. Whatever you’re hoping to watch, it’s almost a guarantee the fair has it.
When: April 14th-16th
Where: 110 9th Ave SW, Puyallup, WA
This year’s festival will be a hybrid experience, with films screened at both SIFF theaters and venues around the city as well as virtually on the SIFF Channel. You can watch films from nearly any genre you can think of as there are over 160 films being shown. Why not make it a challenge and see how many you can watch?
When: April 14th-24th
Where: Participating venues around the city
The Lyrids are known for being solidly reliable, producing at least 10-15 meteors an hour. That being said, sometimes they like to show off meaning that if you get lucky you might catch a burst with closer to 100 meteors, no guarantees though. Worth a look right?
When: April 15th-29th
This is a unique opportunity to try both new scotch and craft beer. So if you’re a fan of either or both it’s a great way to branch out and find a new favorite. Plus it’s a fundraiser for the Youth Experiential Training Institute (Y.E.T.I) so you can feel good about having those extra drinks.
When: April 15th & 16th
Where: 155 N 35th St
This bi-annual prix fixe dining promotion gives you a unique chance to support the greater Seattle area’s culinary community. You’ll be able to choose from either a lunch or dinner menu from tons of great local restaurants. Be sure to check which restaurants are participating this year.
When: April 3rd-16th
Where: Participating restaurants
This piece is outside, it’s free to visit and you can do so at pretty much any time of day. Plus Wechsler’s new piece explores the history of Seattle’s own First Hill. The artist consulted the Burke Museum and members of the Duwamish Tribe in order to create a photograph that represents the ecological history of the area.
When: Until April 17th
Where: 704 Terry Ave
Explore BAM’s juried exhibition which focuses on the work of established and emerging Northwest artists, craftspeople, and designers, with an emphasis on new work. This year’s biennial focuses on specific fields and areas of studies within the realm of art, craft, and design.
When: Until April 24th
Where: 510 Bellevue Way NE Bellevue, WA
Have a great week, Seattle!