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Now is a great time to be thankful for all of the fun and amazing events our fabulous city has to offer and enjoy the calm before the storm as we await the holiday hustle and bustle. Seattle is host to multiple, delightful happenings during the Thanksgiving holiday that are enjoyable for all ages! We have a list of the best things to do in Seattle that you won’t want to miss this fall and Thanksgiving season! Read on for tips on how to make your fall in Seattle 2019 one to remember!
NW Chocolate Festival, November 9-10, 2019
PIER 91 The Smith Cove Cruise Terminal
Indulge in some of the best chocolate in the country! This has been acclaimed as the top show for chocolate. Taste chocolate from all around the globe while learning and watching demos from world-famous chefs and industry pros.
Green Lake Gobble & Mashed Potato Munch Off, November 17th
Seattle’s premier Thanksgiving-themed 5k/10k run and walk consists of a free kid’s dash and a post-celebration mashed potato munch off competitive eating contest and an on-site beer garden. Come hungry and ready to exercise both your body and your appetite!
Nordic Holiday, Julefest, November 23-24
Nordic Heritage Museum
Looking for music events in Seattle? Get in the holiday spirit during Nordic Heritage Museum’s Yulefest celebration! Enjoy a traditional Scandinavian Christmas with delicious food, drink, music, dancing, hand-crafted wares and even a visit from the big man himself, Santa!
Thanksgiving Dinner in Seattle, November 28th
Rather go out for your big meal? Multiple Seattle restaurants offer amazingly delicious specials for you and your loved ones to enjoy. Get dressed up and spend a night on the town reveling in someone else cooking and cleaning! Check back as we get closer to the Thanksgiving holiday – we will be posting a list of the best new restaurants in downtown Seattle that are open and offering a Thanksgiving meal.
Seattle Turkey Trot 5k, November 28th
Want to ensure you get plenty of exercise in before you stuff your face with delicious Thanksgiving dinner? Register for Seattle’s Turkey Trot and enjoy a brisk run before your holiday festivities begin. This event is for all ages, run, walk or just stroll, while you dream about fluffy mashed potatoes and golden turkey.
Macy’s Day Parade, November 29th
Enjoy the floats, characters, music and dancers during the annual Macy’s Day Holiday Parade the day after Thanksgiving. Beginning at 9am on the corner of 7th Avenue and Pine Street, the parade travels west down Pine to 5th Avenue to University Street and then North on 4th Avenue where the fun event concludes in front of the Macy’s Department Store at approximately 11AM.