April 5-7, 2019

Skagit Valley Tulip Festival
THRU APR 30 Tulip and Daffodil fields in bloom around Mt. Vernon and LaConner. Directions and parking
(www.tulipfestival.org)

Daffodil Festival Grand Floral Parade
SAT Floats adorned with thousands of daffodils on parade through Tacoma, Puyallup, Sumner and Orting. Parade Start 10:15 AM
(www.daffodilfestival.net)

Moisture Festival
THRU APR 07 The Moisture Festival is the world’s largest Comedy/Varietè festival, running for four weeks every spring in Seattle. Venues
(www.moisturefestival.com)

Seattle Restaurant Week
SUN-APR 18 More than 165 local restaurants are serving up three-course dinners for just $35, and many also offer discounted two-course lunches. Map
(srw.seattletimes.com)

Prince From Minneapolis at MoPOP
SAT Opening day of a new Prince exhibit from the Minneapolis Museum. With nearly 50 artifacts, including photos, artwork, a Prince guitar, and outfits from the Purple Rain Tour. At the Museum of Popular Culture (MoPOP) in Seattle. Runs through December. Map
(www.mopop.org)

Issaquah Wine Walk
SAT Enjoy music, art and wines from local boutique wineries poured in various designated tasting locations up and down Front Street, Issaquah. Map
(http://www.downtownissaquah.com/)

Orchid Show and Sale
SAT-SUN The Northwest Orchid Society will showcase a diversity of Orchid specimens cultivated by it’s members. At the Volunteer Park Conservatory. Map
(volunteerparkconservatory.org)

Marine Mammal Mania
FRI-APR 14 Hands-on activities, special talks and demonstrations devoted to marine mammals. At the Seattle Aquarium. Map
(www.seattleaquarium.org)

Puyallup Truck & Jeep Fest
SAT-SUN Commercial show of 4×4 trucks, parts and accessories. Free Admission. At the Washington State Fair Events Center in Puyallup Directions
(www.4wheelparts.com)

Fred Meyer Fuchsia Saturday
SAT Special price on fuchsia starts with free potting at Fred Meyer stores. Bring your own pots.
(www.fredmeyer.com)

First Caturday at Cal Anderson Park
SAT Cat owners are encouraged to bring their furry friends on leash, stroller or pet carrier. Open to all – free admission. At Cal Anderson Park on Capitol Hill. Map

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