Holy smokes, the month is almost up! But while we head into April and leave another month of 2021 behind, let’s make sure to get out and enjoy some things that are happening in the city. Here are 10 socially distant things to do in Seattle this week.
Quarantine Book Club: “Slaughterhouse-Five”
In this edition of Quarantine Book Club by Christopher Frizzelle you’ll get to dive into the world of Kurt Vonnegut’s Slaughterhouse-Five. And while this is a classic some of the themes of the book are seeming pretty appropriate with what’s been happening in the world. So if you want an in-depth book club, this one is for you.
When: March 29th-April 19th
Morels in the PNW
Salish mushrooms is back with another one of their killer classes, this time honing in on the delicious morel mushroom. In this class you’ll learn about where to look, characteristics as well as foraging ethics. So check it out if that’s your thing.
When: March 30th
Glazer’s Live: The Art of Story Telling with Colby Brown
This talk is all about creating photos that stand out. And that’s definitely hard to do when every single person has a camera in their pocket. Colby Brown specializes in landscape, travel, and humanitarian photography so it’ll definitely be an interesting talk.
When: March 31st
Harmony and Grain
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: March 1st-31st
Where: 5605 22nd Ave NW
This online play from Act Theatre delves into the story of a true-crime obsessed high schooler. And things get a little more interesting as the main character exchanges letters with a man on death row. It’s a unique story and we think you’ll enjoy it.
When: Until April 4th
All Washington adults will be eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine come May
You can stay at a slice of Middle Earth on Bainbridge Island
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
Pacific Northwest Ballet: Rep 4
If you haven’t watched the ballet in a while you should consider watching Rep 4. This mixed rep was choreographed for the screen and will be unlike anything you’ve seen from PNB before. So if you love the ballet, don’t is out because this is available for a limited time only.
When: April 1st-5th
Lumberton, Wash. at Greg Kucera Gallery
This show at Greg Kucera Gallery is by artist Joey Veltkamp and the show title makes reference to Lumberton, NC which is the setting of David Lynch’s Blue Velvet. By that fact alone, you know that this show is interesting. And we highly recommend that you check it out as it also happens to be at one of the best galleries in the city.
When: Until April 17th
Where: 212 Third Ave S
La Conner Daffodil Festival
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: Until the end of April
Where: La Conner, Washington
Jacob Lawrence: The American Struggle
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 get out there and have some fun. With that have a great week and we hope that you all have a great start to April!
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