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It’s Spring! And the city is itching to host events where guests can bask in the loveliness that is Spring in the Emerald City. We have all your great events for the month of April to get you out and about enjoying this wonderful time of year.
April 1-30, 2020
Head out of the city on a short hour north drive and you’ll enter a world of enchantment full of beautiful, colorful tulips in every direction. The Skagit Valley Tulip Festival is one of the city’s most treasured events. Showcasing Skagit Valley’s agriculture, millions of tulips bloom throughout the month of April in fields scattered throughout. Constructed as driving tour, the Tulip Festival will wow you at every turn. Not only can you experience colorful views like you’ve never seen, but there are tons of events (http://www.tulipfestival.org/events) to enjoy throughout the month as well. Parades, a run and bike tours, a giant garage sale, street fair, food events and cider, wine and beer tasting. You name it and this fun festival has it throughout the month.
April 1-9, 2020
Dine on 3 course meals for only $35 at amazing restaurants all across the city during Seattle’s Restaurant Week. Our very own Lola (http://srw.seattletimes.com/restaurants/lola/ ) will partake with amazing dinner options that will satisfy everyone’s taste buds. Choose from 165 award winning restaurants in nearly every neighborhood of Seattle and revel in the celebration of cuisine.
Learn more about the friendship between Japan and the Pacific Northwest by attending this life enriching festival celebrating the Cherry Blossoms and Japanese culture. Enjoy culturally educational programs, arts, technologies and immerse yourself into Japanese heritage. Held at the Seattle Center, this beautiful festival is one you won’t want to miss.
April 18, 2020
Today we celebrate all things Earth and we do our part in helping to keep our beloved planet clean for the enjoyment of generations to come. Get out and hike, explore nature! Today all State parks offer free admission. More of a runner? Participate in Magnuson Park’s Earth Day run. In celebration of Mother Nature, each finished will receive a native sapling tree along with an additional tree that will be planted in your name. Looking for something more hands? Join Earth Day at the Washington Park Arboretum where you can get down and dirty by helping restore the park through planting, mulching, removing unwanted species and maintaining trails.
This one-of-a-kind event combines two of American’s favorites – bacon and beer! Held at Safeco Field, tickets include unlimited samples of over 100 craft beer, bacon-inspired tastes from local restaurants, live music, dancing and interactive games.