Welcome to the almost weekend, folks! Whether you’re learning to cook, seeing some art, or going for a drive, there is a lot to over the next few days in Seattle. As always, we’re here with a few ideas of how to make this weekend the best one yet. Here are 10 socially distant things to do in Seattle this weekend.

Fresh Mozzarella and Ricotta

If you like cheese, why not learn how to make your own? This in-person class will teach you how to make your very own delicious mozzarella and ricotta. And you don’t have to have any experience plus the ingredients are all provided. We think this is well worth checking out.

When: April 25th
Where: 1800 Yale Avenue
Cost: $46+

Anastacia-Reneé: (Don’t be Absurd) Alice in Parts

The Frye Art Museum is open again and you can check out Anastacia-Reneé’s exhibition. Her work is interdisciplinary and often focuses on poetry and performance. In this piece, you can see her work through gentrification and its effects on the body and home.

When: Until April 25th
Where: 704 Terry Avenue
Cost: Free

Creating a Pollinator Paradise

Of course, a big part of what keeps our natural environment so beautiful is our bees! So if you’d like to learn how to create a pollinator-friendly garden you can tune into this super fun event. Plus it’s another way to support the Beacon Food Forest.

When: April 24th
Where: Online
Cost: $35

Earth Day at the Arboretum

We can’t think of a better way to celebrate Earth Day than with a work party at the Arboretum. You’ll get to work with other earth lovers to do tasks like remove invasive species and mulch plant beds. Plus you’ll really be able to appreciate the Arboretum after you see the level of upkeep that’s required to keep it so beautiful.

When: April 24th
Where: 2300 Arboretum Dr. E
Cost: Free

Meaningful Movies: 2040

If you want to tune into a movie this week you can check out Damon Gameau’s 2040. The film is a documentary about climate change solutions. And the final screening of the film will also feature special guest King County Executive, Dow Constantine.

When: Until April 25th
Where: Online
Cost: Free

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National Park Week

If you live in the PNW chances are that you love the outdoors. And National Park Week is an excellent opportunity to celebrate just that. Plus you can gain free entrance to any National Park on April 17th! So be sure to plan ahead and take advantage of that amazing deal.

When: Until April 25th

2021 King County Master Gardener Online Plant Sale

Green thumbs, this one is for you. If you’re ready to have the best garden this spring and summer then you need to check out the King County Master Gardener Plant Sale. You’ll be able to shop for herbs, heirloom vegetables, and much more.

When: Until April 27th
Where: Online
Cost: Varies

Seattle Restaurant Week

Seattle restaurant week is actually a whole entire month which makes it that much better. You can grab meals from so many Seattle restaurants starting as low as $20. It’s an excellent opportunity to eat at places that otherwise might not. Be sure to check out the list of who’s participating!

When: Until April 30th
Where: Varies
Cost: $20-$50

Skagit Valley Tulip Festival

This festival only runs until the end of the month so we highly recommend that you check it out. And you can choose from visiting either Tulip Town or RoozenGaarde. Or if you’re really feeling it you can visit both! But make sure to buy your tickets online before you go.

When: Until April 30th
Where: Skagit Valley, WA
Cost: $10+

Check out what’s happening in the Skagit Valley

Spring is in full swing which means it’s the perfect time to head to the Skagit Valley. Whether you’re checking out the Tulip Festival or enjoying Taylor Shellfish Farm, now is the time to get out there. We even went ahead and picked out our favorite things to do in the valley.

Where: Click above to see our picks

We hope that you have a great weekend folks. There’s more and more to do in Seattle these days and we hope that you all are spending some more time out of the house. Keep in mind that everyone is eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine now, so if you haven’t signed up to get vaccinated, consider doing that. We’ll catch you next week!