Make Kirkland (More) Beautiful
You can reserve a flowerpot in downtown Kirkland to share beauty with the community. Sponsored pots can include custom messages printed on small plaques on the pots. It is a good way to promote business, honor loved ones, or simply spread joy. Register here.
Explore the Bellevue Botanical Garden
Sunshine is in the forecast this weekend, making it the perfect time to plan a stroll through the 53-acre Bellevue Botanical Garden, on 12001 Main Street. Parking at and exploring the garden is free; you also can order a coffee at the Copper Kettle Coffee bar. The garden is open from dawn to dusk. Download maps and guides, included a children’s self-guided tour here.
Deluxe Pineapple Mule
(Sponsored) Now all you need is an umbrella, sunglasses, and a beach. Learn how to make this drink here.
Wine Tasting in Woodinville
If you are thinking about going wine tasting in Woodinville, consider getting a digital Woodinville Wine Pass. There are passes and packages for those who will be visiting often, those making a day of it, and those who simply want to spend an evening focusing on favorites (like the White Wine Flight pass). Click here and start planning.
You Stay, We Pay Special in Redmond
The first 500 guests to reserve a two-night (or longer) stay in Redmond will get $100 to spend at local area merchants. Learn more about this You, Stay, We Pay promotion here.
Snoqualmie Falls in Spring
The observation decks to view stunning Snoqualmie Falls are open dawn to dusk. Head to 6501 Railroad Avenue and park for free. Dogs on leashes also are welcome. Plan your adventure here.
Take a (Virtual) Tour of the Sammamish Animal Sanctuary
The Arc of King County and Northwest Center Kids are offering special programs for kids of all ages and abilities on the fourth Saturday of every month. Beginning at 11 a.m. March 27, the virtual program will take children on a field trip to the Sammamish Animal Sanctuary. More here.