During this time of social distancing and event cancellations due to COVID-19, it’s been difficult to keep up on changing our events. Some events are going online, and we plan to start listing some online events to do in the near future. Online events listed here will still be largely PNW based to support local businesses. Other venues are still being optimistic and listing events later in April. We’ll cancel or reschedule them as we have more information as to their status, but anticipate that the imperative to stay at home will continue past mid-April. If you see an in-person event here through April-June, please check on the status of that event on the event website itself. Please just STAY HOME unless you are an “essential” worker and if you are, THANK YOU!
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Emerald City Comic Con

Washington State Convention Center 705 Pike Street, Seattle

Emerald City Comic Con, held annually in March at the Washington State Convention Center in Seattle, is the premiere comic convention in the Pacific Northwest.

$53

Fremont Sunday Market

Fremont Sunday Market 3401 Evanston Ave N, Seattle

The Fremont Sunday Market is a fun market in the Fremont neighborhood of Seattle (the self-proclaimed Center of the Universe).

Free

Seattle Irish Festival

Seattle Center Armory 305 Harrison Street, Seattle

Celebrate Irish Heritage at the Seattle Irish Festival, which happens annually near St. Patrick's Day at the Seattle Center Armory.

Free

Obsessed: The Art of Nerd-dom

Port Angeles Fine Arts Center 1203 E Lauridsen Blvd, Port Angeles

The Port Angeles Fine Arts Center's Obsessed: The Art of Nerd-dom. "With artwork ranging from literary illustration to comics to game design, this exhibit celebrates the irrepressible creativity and playfulness of nerd culture in the Northwest. Runs January 12-March 15, 2020.

Free
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Friedman Archives Photography Seminar Seattle

Sleep Inn SeaTac 20406 International Boulevard, SeaTac

Gary Friedman writes great photography books in easy-to-understand language. His camera-specific books are like the manuals my cameras should have had but didn't. So I'm excited for this photography seminar coming to SeaTac in March.

$175

Goat Yoga at The Smithshyre

The Smithshyre 22119 Foss Rd NE, Poulsbo

The Smithshyre in Poulsbo is offering goat yoga classes (if you don't know, yes, that is yoga with goats!) on Saturdays and Sundays at noon. Times may fill up or sell out so preregistration is required for this event.

$25

Freaky Friday the 13th Mystery Dinner Theatre

Poulsbo Eagles Club 4228 NE Lincoln Rd, Poulsbo

March 13-15

Annual event to support NK options program -- experience a camp horror play a la the 1980s at this fun play.

$55

The Children

Seattle Rep Leo K Theater 155 Mercer St, Seattle

The Children is the February-March play from Seattle Rep about two nuclear physicists living together following an environmental disaster.

$50

She Loves Me

Everett Performing Arts Center 2710 Wetmore Avenue, Everett

The Village Theatre is presenting the musical She Love Me -- a musical rom-com that inspired the film "You've Got Mail" at the Everett Performing Arts Center from February 28-March 22, 2020.

$70

Trivia Time Live at the Brass Kraken

The Brass Kraken Pub 18779 Front St NE, Poulsbo

Challenge other teams to trivia at Trivia Time Live at the Brass Kraken Pub in Poulsbo on Sunday evenings.

Free

Peacock

Can Can Culinary Cabaret 94 Pike St, Seattle

Peacock at Seattle's Can Can Culinary Cabaret, tucked beneath the Pike Place Market, takes you back to a Paris Nightclub of the 1920s. It runs between January and May -- this might make a great romantic Valentine's Day event for your sweetie!

$70

Peacock

Can Can Culinary Cabaret 94 Pike St, Seattle

Peacock at Seattle's Can Can Culinary Cabaret, tucked beneath the Pike Place Market, takes you back to a Paris Nightclub of the 1920s. It runs between January and May -- this might make a great romantic Valentine's Day event for your sweetie!

$70
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