Eggcellent Ideas for Easter
Bored of your old egg-dyeing traditions? Here are five fresh ways to up your shell game before Easter Sunday.
Hoppin’ Easter Brunches
Easter Sunday on April 4 is a traditional family brunch day for many. This year’s holiday has several choices to consider, for both in-place dining and to-go. Learn more.
Eat, Drink, and Play Games
Lounge by Topgolf, located in the Kirkland Urban shopping center, is reopening next Monday, April 5. It originally opened in January 2020 but had to close due to COVID-19 restrictions. The upscale bar and restaurant with an elevated, virtual gaming experience has made changes to ensure guest safety. Click here for more.
Looking to expand your cooking repertoire? PCC unveiled its online cooking class lineup, and it has something for everyone. Learn from pros like top chef Jason Wilson and others. See the full lineup here.
One’s Trash is Another’s Treasure
Everett’s Schack Art Center has a new exhibit: The Art of Recycling: Repurpose with a Purpose. More than three dozen participating artists showcase their creativity by turning otherwise discarded materials into works of art. Materials used include everything from rusty roller skates to plastic food wrappers, tin toys to old pencils, used saddles to chicken wire, and more. The result is an amazing selection of whimsical, sculptural, and contemplative artwork for this “recycled” exhibit. Learn more.
This Easter, Eat the Three Cs — Cheese, Cream, and Carbs
Our friends at Darigold shared recipes for Au Gratin Potatoes and Caramelized Banana French Toast and that is what we will be making this Sunday. Get the recipes here.
Royal Peach Fizz
(Sponsored) Enjoy a Royal Peach Fizz cocktail with Crown Royal Peach, orange juice, a splash of champagne to top it off, and a fresh mint garnish. Learn how to make this drink here.