SEATTLE EVENTS WEEKEND PLANNER: JANUARY 17-20, 2019
NORTHWEST REMODELING EXPO
FRI-SUN – Do you have home improvement plans? Head to the Northwest Remodeling Expo to view local vendors and speak with experts in home and remodeling industries.
THE DROWSY CHAPERONE
FRI-SAT – Head to the Theater on the Square for a tale of a couple on the eve of their wedding and all the craziness that ensues with their guests in a jazz musical with dance numbers.
THURS – Don’t miss this award-winning magic show with magician Paul Nathan’s tricks during an evening of mystery and wonder.
THROUGH FEB 24 – I Do! I Do! Follows the ups and downs of a couple the day of their wedding, at the Village Theatre in Issaquah.
FRI – Join the community to celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. with a keynote speaker and gospel music at Mount Zion Baptist Church. This marks the 46th Annual community celebration with keynote speaker, Michael Eric Dyson.
DINNER & A MYSTERY
SAT-THROUGH FEB 23 – Enjoy a three-course dinner and a show that interacts with the audience. Pay attention to the detective show and identify the culprit to win a prize!
THROUGH JAN 26 – Seattle International Dance Festival hosts the Winter Mini-Fest with choreographers from all over the world.
ONGOING – Check the website for dates, follow a naturalist for exploration to discover the hidden surprises of the natural world in North Bend’s Winter Discover Walks.
VIETNAM WAR VET PLAY
THROUGH FEB 10 – The Last of the Boys is a theatrical production of Vietnam War vet Ben and the ghosts he battles in an intimate, fierce, and funny story.
GREAT TRAIN SHOW
SAT-SUN – Browse model train layouts, and model trains from hundreds of vendors at The Coast-to-Coast Train Show. Bring the kids for free and climb aboard the train, see the amazing LEGO layout and more!
SAT-SUN – The Seattle Reptile Expo at the Washington State Fair hosts frogs, snakes, geckos, and more exotic amphibians.
LEAVENWORTH ICE FESTIVAL
SAT-SUN – Washington’s very own Bavarian town of Leavenworth hosts the Bavarian Icefest! Bring the family for a day of fun, get involved with snowball fights, the ice cube scramble, and sculpturing. Enjoy a village dressed in over half a million lights.
TACOMA RV SHOW
THURS-SUN – The Tacoma Dome hosts over hundreds of RV’s for outdoor enthusiasts with the latest and greatest models and features in the industry.
THROUGH FEB 3 – This theatrical production of fairy tale love and war showcases a complicated Shakespearean relationship in All’s Well That Ends Well.
SIP N’ SKETCH
THURS – Sugar Hill offers a creative space to listen to music, sketch, create and draw while enjoying food and drink specials.
SNOW DAY IN DENNY PARK
THROUGH JAN 20 – Enjoy a festive light display in Denny Park with fun for all ages! Eat from food carts and enjoy live entertainment.
ROALD DAHL’S MATILDA
THROUGH FEB 3 – This Musical is fun for the whole family, watch everyone’s favorite kid genius deal with everyday bullies in Matilda The Musical.
VOLUNTEER PARK CONSERVATORY
THROUGH FEB 28 – The Conservatory offers free admission through February, stroll through a glass building with thriving plant life.
THE VIKINGS BEGIN
THROUGH APRIL 15 – Every Tuesday through Sunday, view historical findings dating back to the mid-seventh to the late 11th century as well as unearthed artifacts at the Nordic Museum.
APA SCIENCE FICTION
THROUGH SEPT 15 – The expanding universe of Asian Pacific Americans and their influence on Sci-Fi takes a deep dive into actors, artists, writers, animators and more. Get your tickets and head to the Wing Luke Museum.
NEW MOVIES OPENING THIS WEEKEND
- An Acceptable Loss
- Adult Life Skills
- Wonders Of The Sea
- Canal Street
- Cheat India
- I Hate Kids
- Kaka Ji
- The Brawler
- The Standoff At Sparrow Creek
- Laddie: The Man Behind The Movies
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