As we enter the full swing of fall, holidays are just around the corner. With the current state of our world, the typical seasonal fun we look forward to every year is a bit different this year. However, don’t let that stop you from enjoying this festive season in a safe, and healthy way! I’ve complied several events that we all can look forward to in the coming weeks and months.
Since haunted houses are limited, take a 40-minute ride through one in Snohomish! Pack your car with the family and for a flat fee, you can experience a spook-tacular haunted drive. Spots fill up fast so be sure to book yours as soon as possible!
Virginia “Jinny” Wright made history in Seattle as a key player in cultural development of our city and the Pacific Northwest as a whole. This four-month-long exhibition highlights Jinny’s accomplishments in creating Seattle as a cultural powerhouse. Tickets are timed, and are to be reserved in advance at the Seattle Art Museum.
Every year, The Seattle Times partners with restaurants in the city to offer an inclusive dining experience. From October 25 to November 21, you can indulge on a three-course meal from many different dining options in Seattle.
It’s not too late to participate in this virtual race. Starting on November 1, race packets will be sent to registrants with details on what location they can choose to participate in. Set your own pace, whether that be running, walking, or jogging, then submit the results to earn your medal!
This traditional event (known as the Day of the Dead in English) originated in Mexican culture and commemorates the memory of loved ones that have passed through celebration. This year, the festival will be held virtually and will present a number of spectacular performances.