Annual pow wow today in Vancouver, WA

Featured image from a previous pow wow hosted by the Native American Parent Association of Southwest Washington (photo credit: Native American Parent Association of Southwest Washington) This is a last-minute post, because I just learned about it on Facebook. Today from noon until 10 p.m., The Native American Parent Association of Souhwest Washington is hosting … Continue reading Annual pow wow today in Vancouver, WA

Pacific Seas Aquarium Community Celebration coming to Tacoma in April

Featured image: The new Pacific Seas Aquarium under construction at the Point Defiance Zoo in Tacoma, Washington (photo by Cheryl Landes) The new Pacific Seas Aquarium opened at Point Defiance Zoo in Tacoma on September 7, 2018, but the staff has been adding more animals and preparing for sharing interesting stories about the new residents … Continue reading Pacific Seas Aquarium Community Celebration coming to Tacoma in April

Penn Cove Musselfest celebrates the famous seafood treat from Whidbey Island this weekend

The Penn Cove Musselfest is back on Saturday-Sunday, March 2-3, on Whidbey Island! Savor Whidbey Island's famous Penn Cove mussels in the official Penn Cover Shellfish Festival Tent at the corner of Coveland and Main, just north of Cooks Corner Park in Coupeville, Washington. Sip local brews and enjoy the views at the Waterfront Beer … Continue reading Penn Cove Musselfest celebrates the famous seafood treat from Whidbey Island this weekend

Explore the Ice Castles in the U.S. and Canada

Featured image: Dancing under an ice arch at Ice Castles (photo credit: @argenel on Instagram) Enter a breathtaking world built with hundreds of thousands of icicles by professional ice artists. Explore castles filled with frozen sculptures, thrones, slides, fountains, tunnels—all illuminated with colorful LED lights. Ice Castles founder, Brent Christensen, created his first icy work … Continue reading Explore the Ice Castles in the U.S. and Canada

Celebrate maple sap season at Natick Community Organic Farm

Featured image: The barn and greenhouse at the Natick Community Organic Farm in Natick, Massachusetts (photo by Cheryl Landes) Celebrate everything maple on Saturday, March 2, at the Natick Community Organic Farm from 8 a.m. until 2 p.m. Take a sugaring tour and hayride. Hear live music. Savor a pancake breakfast with syrup made at … Continue reading Celebrate maple sap season at Natick Community Organic Farm

Nature demos, salmon releases at Earth Day Fest 2019! in Vancouver, WA

Featured image by Filip Zrnzević, courtesy Unsplash This year's Earth Day is Monday, April 22. The Clark Public Utilities StreamTeam and Clark County Public Works are celebrating early at Earth Day Fest 2019! Put on your walking shoes or bring your bicycle to the Salmon Creek Greenway in Vancouver, Washington, on Saturday, April 20. Enjoy … Continue reading Nature demos, salmon releases at Earth Day Fest 2019! in Vancouver, WA

Sandhill Crane Festival March 22-24 in Othello, WA

Featured image by skeeze, courtesy Pixabay Hundreds of sandhill cranes return to eastern Washington during their annual migration in March. And so does the Sandhill Crane Festival, a three-day event that attracts birders and other nature lovers to the Columbia River Basin town of Othello, Washington. From Friday through Sunday, March 22 to 24, take … Continue reading Sandhill Crane Festival March 22-24 in Othello, WA

Dine Out Boston dishes up specials at more than 100 eateries in March

Featured image: Pasta at Antico Forno in Boston's North End. Antico Forno is among more than 100 participating restaurants in the March 2019 Dine Out Boston. (photo credit: Antico Forno) Curb that cabin fever by getting out and enjoying lunch or dinner at a favorite place or make some new favorites during Dine Out Boston. … Continue reading Dine Out Boston dishes up specials at more than 100 eateries in March