Top Things to Do This Weekend in the Seattle-Tacoma Area: Jan. 25-26, 2020
Test your DIY skills in a workshop at the Tacoma Home & Garden Show or try a tasty new pizza at Coltiva Pizzeria e Barra. There's something for everyone on our list of top things to do this weekend, enjoy!
Seattle Children’s Book Festival Pop-Up at Anko!
Visit Anko for a free book* event in partnership with the Seattle Children’s Book Festival this Saturday, Jan. 25 from 12:00pm-2:00pm. During the event, receive a free book with purchase* from a curated selection of books for kids ages 0-14! Whether you have a new reader in the family or a teenage bookworm – or even a fan of graphic novels – Anko will have a variety of new and beloved titles. *No minimum purchase. One book per transaction, per customer. Limited supply of free books – come early!
Tacoma Home + Garden Show, the favorite resource for home improvement ideas and inspiration for Tacoma homeowners, is returning to the Tacoma Dome from January 23-26, 2020. Discount coupons to save at the box office are available online.
New this year, the best of Tacoma’s local artisans will be displaying and selling their one-of-a-kind housewares, furniture, artwork and more at the new Artisan Market. The Market builds upon the Show’s
With delicious new offerings weekly, there’s always something different to taste at Coltiva Pizzeria e Barra, especially as they celebrate their one-year anniversary! Visit daily from 5:00pm-11:00pm for an authentic, Italian experience with ingredients sourced from Italy and the owner's farm in Oregon.
Join Haute Volée javelin thrower, Bethany Drake, for a FREE fitness class this Sunday, Jan. 26 from 9:30am-10:30am at Oiselle’s Flagship University Village location. Start your Sunday right with a 3 mile run followed by a 20-30 minute full-body workout led by Bethany.
Kick off the Year of the Rat this weekend at Lucky Envelope Brewing with special brews like Mijiaya Historic Chinese Beer (brewed from an ancient recipe) and Metal Rat Hazy IPA (a collaboration made with the Chinese American–owned Highland Brewing in Asheville). The Ballard brewery will also host Panda Dim Sum, serving up Chinese bites from a refurbished school bus. Guests can test their luck and try to snag one of 88 red envelopes filled with special surprises daily.
Grab your friends, get into a fun costume, slip on your running shoes, and head to Occidental Park for Flatstick Pub’s fourth annual .5k fun run (yes, that’s half a kilometer). Race check-in starts this Saturday, Jan. 25 at 11:30am. Post-race fun at Flatstick Pub includes unlimited minigolf, a duffleboard challenge, and dance party with DJ!