Somehow March is already almost over. And with spring starting this weekend it’s time to get out there and live it up. So as always, we’re back to help you with some ideas. Here are 10-socially distant things to do in Seattle this weekend.

Luvvie Ajayi Jones In Conversation with SAL

This event is a great opportunity to see author Luvvie Ajayi Jones will live and in conversation with Kahlana Barfield Brown. This event is happening online and you’ll get to hear all about her book Professional Troublemaker. Plus you can snag a copy of the book depending on what tickets you get.

When: March 19th
Where: Online
Cost: $20+

Grab a drink

Whether you want to enjoy indoor, outdoor, or take-home dining this weekend, a drink can never hurt. And if you need help picking where to go, we’ve got you covered. We listed out a few of our favorite spots and think you’ll love them too.

Where: Click above to see our picks.

Orchid Rescue Virtual Workshop

Chances are you received an orchid at some point in your life. And it’s also pretty likely that you found it a bit hard to take care of. Because let’s face it, orchids can be really picky flowers. But this workshop from the Volunteer Park Conservatory will help you save even the saddest orchids.

When: March 20th
Where: Online
Cost: $25

Don Giovanni

When was the last time you got to experience the opera? If it’s been a while then you should check out this opera by Mozart which is all about a man getting dragged to hell by a statue. sounds entertaining right? The best part is, you can enjoy the whole thing from home.

When: March 19th-21st
Where: Online
Cost: $35

Plan a romantic date

Maybe you’re into last-minute dates or maybe you want to plan ahead. Whatever the case may be, we made a list of some of our most romantic spring date ideas. You can make them a simple date, a day trip, or even a weekend getaway/road trip if you’re really feeling it.

Where: Click above to see our picks.

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By Design Festival 2021

If you’re into all things design then get excited because there’s a whole festival coming up just for you! This festival is full of films, performances, and interactive activities. Plus you can attend the entire festival from the comfort of your own home.

When: March 19th-28th
Where: Online
Cost: $5-$125

Check out a new restaurant

Now we know the news has been focusing on closing restaurants but it turns out that we also have a lot of new ones! And supporting them or your old-time faves is a great way to help our city grow back stronger. So treat yourself to some delicious food this weekend.

Where: Click above to see what’s new.

40th Anniversary Exhibition at Linda Hodges Gallery

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: Until March 27th
Where: 316 First Ave S
Cost: Free

Treat yourself to brunch

Ah yes, the classic weekend meal. If you’re just in the mood to enjoy a reliable, delicious, and classic brunch this weekend then we have spots for you. We compiled a list of our go-to brunch spots across the city and they are definitely worth giving a try. So get out there and treat yourself and bring a friend!

Where: Click above to see our picks.

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: Until March 31st
Where: 5605 22nd Ave NW
Cost: Varies

That’s what we have for you to do this weekend in Seattle. We hope that you all get out there and have some fun. If you do, be safe and best sure to follow any and all COVID-19 rules and regulations posted by businesses. After all, we all still need to do our part to keep each other safe.