Easter Festivities for Adults
Egg dyeing is targeted toward kids, but c’mon, it’s pretty fun as an adult, too. KidsQuest Museum is hosting Pysanky & Prosecco on April 11 for the 21-and-over crowd to partake in a Ukrainian form of dyeing eggs, while sipping on some bubbly. Grab some friends and register online.
Start Your Weekend with Dance Day
Whether you’re a dancing queen or just want to work on your moves, check out Dance Day at Century Ballroom on April 13, where introductory workshops for nine dance styles will be offered throughout the day.
“We have had over 300 people attend, dancing in two rooms simultaneously and have exposed them to dances many had never heard of, including Kizomba, Bachata, and Balboa,” said Hallie Kuperman, owner of Century Ballroom. “I like to think of Dance Day as the ‘Survivor’ of dance events. Can you last for all nine classes?”
The workshops run from 11:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., but get there early for brunch cocktails and pastries at The Tin Table starting at 10:30 a.m. Register for Dance Day here.
Are You a Major Nutcracker Ballet Fan?
If you’re a big fan of the Nutcracker, then you should know that the Moscow Ballet is bringing performances of its Great Russian Nutcracker show to Seattle in November, and tickets are already on sale. The Great Russian Nutcracker will feature the top principal ballerinas and danseurs from Russia, and the groups only visit select cities in the U.S. and Canada. Don’t delay — reserve your tickets now.