Things To Do

10 socially-distant things to do in Seattle this weekend (February 19-21)

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Here we are at another weekend in Seattle filled with fun (and safe) things to do. Although this weekend looks like it’ll be a lot less snowy than last, it’ll still have plenty of action. As always, here are 10 socially distant things to do in Seattle this weekend.

Through the Eyes of Art: Food Justice & Seattle Food Movements Conversation

This event is part of MoPOP’s Black History Month celebration. And this year’s theme is The Cookout so you will hear topics of food, accessibility, and more address by local Black leaders in the industry. So this is a great opportunity to learn and also find ways to give back.

When: February 19th
Where: Online
Cost: Free

Head to a museum

In case you didn’t know, several local museums are actually open again. So if you want to get out there and see a show at a local museum be sure to click above to see what’s currently open. Or you can always plan ahead and buy tickets for when your favorite museums reopen.

Where: Click above to see our picks

It’s Coming From Inside the House! – Shivers

MoPOP is back with another one of their beloved movie night series. This time it’s all things horror! So this weekend you can enjoy an “online watch along and discussion of ‘Shivers’ with special guest Theresa Mercado”. Don’t miss it if you’re a fan of the scary stuff!

When: February 19th
Where: Online
Cost: Free

Sara Sinclair with Robert Ornelas and Althea Guiboche: Voices from Indigenous North America

At this talk, you’ll hear contemporary Indigenous stories from across the nation. To discuss and share experiences you’ll hear from Sara Sinclair, Robert Ornelas, and Althea Guiboche. So if you are not very familiar with current Indigenous issues and/or history you definitely need to check out this event.

When: February 19th
Where: Online
Cost: Free

Enjoy some cheap eats

If you’re in the mood to eat out this weekend you might as well check out some of the best cheap eats that our city has to offer. And we took all the hard work out for you by creating a list of our favorite posts. So be sure to check it out because we think you’ll find at least a few places worth checking out.

Where: Click above to see our picks

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Live Cooking Demo with Trey Lamont, Kristi Brown

The Soul of Seattle is back for another one of their amazing demos. This weekend you can enjoy a “live cooking demo with chefs Trey Lamont of Jerk Shack and Kristi Brown of Communion, hosted by Wayne Johnson of Farestart”. Plus you can even order a meal to accompany your demo if you feel like it!

When: February 20th
Where: Online
Cost: $30+

We Hereby Refuse – Book Celebration

This book details the history of Japanese Americans as well as links to the present. The book is a “collaboration by authors Frank Abe and Tamiko Nimura with illustrations by Ross Ishikawa and Matt Sasaki”. Plus its Co-published by the Wing Luke Museum and Chin Music Press so that means you can enjoy an awesome online book celebration!

When: February 20th
Where: Online
Cost: Free

The Shop X Dick’s Drive In

If you still haven’t tried out the new Dick’s Drive In food truck, nows your chance. The food truck will at The Shop’s Cars and Coffee event on the 20th. So be sure to get down to SODO to enjoy a burger and check out some cars!

When: January 20th
Where: 2233 6th Ave S
Cost: Varies

Bill Bryson at Seattle Arts and Lectures

You can’t go wrong with a SAL talk especially when it’s Bill Bryson! This author is known for his “witty, laugh-aloud-funny, observational writing”. And of course, much of his writing is about the outdoors making it the perfect speech for PNW residents. Don’t miss out on this one!

When: February 21st
Where: Online
Cost: $10+

Fresh Pasta Making Class

If you’re looking to cook at home more, consider taking this online fresh pasta-making course. Because we have a feeling this new skill will serve you well and be a lot of fun. After all, pretty much everyone loves pasta!

When: February 7th
Where: Online
Cost: $35

Okay folks that’s what we have for you to do in Seattle this weekend. We hope that you get out there or stay in and enjoy some new experiences. Whatever the case may be, have a great weekend and we’ll catch you back here next week!