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8 things to do in Seattle this weekend (November 20-22)

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Hey Seattle! Are you guys ready for another weekend? We certainly are and we’re honestly still a little confused as to how the month is already almost over. Weren’t we just figuring out what to do for our non-party Halloween plans? Good lord, island time has nothing on COVID time. Regardless, we’re pretty excited about what’s going on in Seattle this weekend and we think you will be too.

Here are 8 things to do in Seattle this weekend.

Fansgiving 2020

If you’re getting pumped for the new hockey team then you need to check out this event. Because you can cook along with Seattle Kraken Broadcaster Everett Fitzhugh. This means you can get prepped for your thanksgiving and enjoy an online event for our new team.

When: November 20
Where: Online
Cost: Free

WildLanterns

If you’re a big fan of zoo lights then you need to check out this new festival at the Woodland Park Zoo. This year they’re switching things up with some pretty amazing looking lanterns. And we have a feeling people of all ages will love this event.

When: Through January 17, 2021
Where: 5500 Phinney Ave N
Cost: $28.95 for adults; $23.95 children 3-12; free for 0-2

Seattle Restaurant Week

If you want to have a super tasty weekend then you need to check out Seattle Restaurant Week. Because this amazing event gives you an opportunity to try plates from some of Seattle’s best restaurants. But heads up, it ends this weekend, so don’t miss out!

When: Through November 21
Where: Depends
Cost: Varies

Order takeout from a hidden gem

At this point, we’re sure you’re familiar with the new Washington state COVID-19 restrictions and what it means for restaurants. So with that in mind, we created a list of some of our favorite, tried and tested takeout spots for you to enjoy. Because we all want to see the Seattle restaurant community survive.

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Native Arts Market

There aren’t many details on this event yet but more will be coming soon! And with that in mind, we’re assuming that this will be a great opportunity to purchase art from local Native artists. So if you’re looking to support local artists or for great gifts, this is definitely worth checking out!

When: November 21
Where: 5011 Bernie Whitebear Way
Cost: Varies

Fantasy Lights

This event at Spanaway park is the largest holiday drive-through display in the Northwest. And that means you get to see over 300 different light displays, which sounds pretty dang cool if you ask us. And it’s a great holiday tradition for people of all ages.

When: November 21, 2020-January 3, 2021
Where: 14905 Bresemann Blvd S, Spanaway, WA
Cost: $15-$20 per vehicle

Cider Summit Seattle

You can enjoy not one but two, to go cider festivals! The Cider Summit Seattle has a Harvest & Holiday kit and a Pommeau & Dessert Cider kit. And you’ll also get access to the virtual tasting event when you purchase your kit!

When: November 20-25
Where: Online
Cost: $59.50+

Face Mask Pop Up

Maybe you need a new mask or maybe you’re looking to give the perfect and most timely gift. Either way, this face mask pop up at the Fremont Market will give you 10 different vendors to choose from. So we can almost guarantee you’ll find a mask you love.

When: November 22
Where: 3401 Evanston Ave N
Cost: Varies

Alrighty, folks, that’s what’s new and fun to do in Seattle this weekend. If you decide to get out there be sure to wear your mask, social distance, and follow any and all rules posted by businesses. Have a great weekend!