Welcome to the end of the weekend, Seattle! We’ve got a mix of rain and sun to look forward to this week, but we’re not going to let that rain on our parade. After all, spring is in the air and we’re going to make the most of it! Here are 10 socially-distant things to do in Seattle this week.
You’ve probably seen us talk about Salish Mushrooms before and that’s because they offer amazing mushroom-related courses. So if you’re looking to get into foraging this class is great to teach you all about the basics of PNW mushrooms. And best of all, it’s super beginner-friendly.
When: March 23rd
If you have some extra time this week consider taking a spring hike. Because as you probably know, there’s a ton of amazing hikes you can do around the city. And what’s even better is that we took the guesswork out for you by making a list of some of our favorite spots.
Where: Click above to see our picks.
Spring is here and that means it’s time to get started on your garden! So if you like to grow your garden from seedlings this class can help you ensure that you have the best year yet. And if you’ve never grown your own garden, this is also a great place to start!
When: March 23rd
Scarecrow is back with another one of their super fun horror films from a female filmmaker. And all you have to do is sit back and relax at home because this unique showing will be streamed right to you on Twitch. So if you like horror, don’t miss out!
When: March 24th
One of Seattle’s classic galleries is celebrating 40 years! So in honor of that, they’re featuring artists who have supported them over the years. It’s a great opportunity to see some amazing paintings and more for a limited time.
When: March 4th-27th
Where: 316 First Ave S
If you’re ready to dine in again then you don’t want to miss out on this limited-time pop-up. The puffy Jacket Pop-Up is taking place at 12 different restaurants across the PNW and each spot has its own unique pop-up menu. So that means you can actually road trip to check out all that Columbia Hospitality has to offer.
When: Until March 27th
Where: 12 locations across the PNW.
If you love grain bowls then this pop-up was literally made for you. Gather Kitchen & Bar executive chef Ryan Donaldson has created a unique pop-up focusing on grain bowls with locally sourced ingredients. So while it’s super exciting, it’ll only be here until the end of March so don’t miss out!
When: Until March 31st
Where: 5605 22nd Ave NW
Spring is almost here and that means flower festivals will be happening very soon. One of the first that you can check out is the La Conner Daffodil Festival which takes place throughout the month of March. So take the time and drive through the area to see some of the beautiful fields. And of course, be sure to buy a few daffodil bundles!
When: Throughout March
Where: La Conner, Washington
This unique interactive play is one that you can enjoy from the comfort of your own home. And it’s premise revolves around friends reuniting digitally after 15 years through their favorite board game. So you can see how this whole story unfolds and also play along with the game.
When: Until April 4th
The Seattle Art Museum is back this March and starting with a bang. This show focuses on Lawrence’s Migration Series which depicts the exodus of African American’s from the South. You can’t miss this show and we have to say it’s the most excited we’ve been to see a show at the SAM in a while.
When: Until May 23rd
Where: 1300 1st Avenue
Okay folks that’s what we have for you to do in Seattle this week! We hope that you have a great week and enjoy the last days of March. Enjoy that spring weather and we’ll see you back here next weekend!