Things To Do

8 socially-distanced things to do in Seattle this week (January 11-15)

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We hope that you all had a restful weekend and are ready for another week of fun! Luckily for you, there’s a ton of amazing at-home things to do this week. So here are 8 socially distanced things to do in Seattle this week.

Curator Tour: Witt Winter Garden

If you want to see the outdoors but can’t physically get out there then you should check out this curator’s tour of the Witt Winter Garden. This garden is located in the beautiful and iconic arboretum. So get out there while staying in and learn something!

When: January 12th
Where: Online
Cost: $15

Cinema DNA: Parasite

Did you love the movie Parasite? If so, you can learn all about the films that inspired this hit film. The online class is taught by John Trafton and is an excellent way to dig deeper. So if you want to take your movie watching obsession to the next level, this is a great way to do so.

When: January 12th
Where: Online
Cost: $15+

Write with Hugo House

Here’s another great way to get creative this week. You can tune into this edition of Write with Hugo house led by Jeanine Walker. You’ll focus on generative writing through poetry prompts and leave the class with 2-3 new drafts of poems. And best of all, it’s open to writers of all levels!

When: January 13th
Where: Online
Cost: Free

BeWild with Bernadette McDonald

If you’re into all things outdoors you won’t want to miss this. Bernadette McDonald will be recounting some of the “most dangerous feats in mountaineering history”. And you’ll also get to hear a short Q&A with Steve Swenson. So don’t miss out on all of these amazing and intense stories!

When: January 14th
Where: Online
Cost: $14+

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Strange Storytelling Hour

Let’s face it, 2020 was a strange year! This storytelling hour is all about how people overcame their biggest life messes. So if you need something unique to listen to, this is certainly it. Plus it might just give you some hope.

When: January 14th
Where: Online
Cost: $5+

LUSIO Lights Pioneer Square

If you’re not quite out of the holiday mood yet you can head Downtown. The LUSIO Lights display features “a series of light art installation exhibits in storefront windows and outdoor public spaces across Pioneer Square”. So give yourself a break and see some lights.

When: Through January 14th
Where: Pioneer Square
Cost: Free

Birding 101

Seattle Audubon Society is back with another amazing opportunity to teach you all about birding. So if you’ve grown fascinated by the birds in and around Seattle, you need to check this out. And because getting into birding can be a little overwhelming, this class has been broken up into 2 parts.

When: January 14th
Where: Online
Cost: $30

Saltadena Pop-Up at Super Six

If you want good eats this week then you need to check out this Saltadena pop-up. You can expect amazing baked goods like cake, cookies, macarons, and more! Pre-orders will go live on the 11th so be sure to place your order ahead of time.

When: January 15th
Where: 3714 S Hudson St
Cost: Varies

Well, folks, that’s what we have for you to do in Seattle this week. We’re excited to see more amazing at-home events and classes becoming available. And on that note, we hope you check out at least a few of them. Have a great week Seattle!