365 Things To Do Around the Eastside

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Number 42 of 365 Things to do Around the Eastside – Breakfast with Santa Claus

Number 42 of 365 Things to do Around the Eastside – Breakfast with Santa Claus

The Holidays have arrived in Redmond!

This year Redmond is hosting a Santa Breakfast! It is being held at the Old Redmond Schoolhouse Community Center on December 4 from 9:00 to 10:30 am. Enjoy a delicious Pancake Breakfast, Photos with Santa, Arts and Crafts.

Reservations are recommended – Limited seating available
Price: $12 (age 13+), $9 (Children & Seniors)
Ages 2 and under FREE with a paying Adult
Call 425-556-2300 or log on www.redmond.gov to register.

Redmond Lights

December 3, 2010 Posted by | Entertainment, Family Activities | , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Number 41 of 365 Things to do Around the Eastside – Hanukkah Celebrations

Number 41 of 365 Things to do Around the Eastside – Hanukkah Celebrations

Hanukkah begins on December 1, 2010 at sundown. This 8 night Festival of Lights is full of Family activities around the Seattle Area.

You can find something to do for just about anyone. There are History Lessons, Gatherings, Dances, Concerts and lots of options for fantastic food.

I have heard about the Famous Latke Dinner and Hanukkah Celebration at Temple De Hirsch Sinai. This year it is coming up on Friday December 3, 2010 beginning at 6:00 with a Hanukkah Service followed by Latke Larry’s Famous Dinner. I haven’t made it to this event yet, maybe this year will be my time to check it out.

Latke Larry

Latke Larry

For a list of most, not all, but most Hanukkah Events check out the Jewish Federation of Greater Seattle’s Events Calendar.

To all of my Friends that are begging their Holiday Celebration tonight…

Mazel Tov

 

Happy Hanukkah 2010

Happy Hanukkah 2010

 

 


December 1, 2010 Posted by | Entertainment, Family Activities | , , , , , , , , | 1 Comment

Number 36 of 365 Things To Do Around the Eastside: Free Outdoor Movies in Redmond

Tonight begins the 4th Annual Summer Movie Series sponsored by The Redmond Youth Partnership Advisory Committee. This summer there will be 7 outdoor movies and the best part is THEY ARE ALL FREE!!!

Movies start at dusk, about 9:30. Bring a picnic basket and blankets and make a night of it.

Tonight’s Movie is Iron Man and will be showing at the Great Lawn at City Hall, which is located at 15670

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July 9, 2010 Posted by | Entertainment, Family Activities, Outdoors | , , , , , , , , | 2 Comments

Number 35 of 365 Things To Do Around the Eastside – The Rockets Red Glare Kirkland Fireworks

The Rockets Red Glare

As American’s gather to celebrate the 234th birthday of The United States neighborhoods, villages, communities, small towns, cities will be hosting festivals, parades, fairs and of course firework displays.

On The 4th Of July in downtown Kirkland along the waterfront will be a full day of activities.

The Kirkland Arts Center and Celebrate Kirkland will host a “decorate to celebrate” event at Marina Park Pavilion starting at 10 am.

The Kirkland Arts Center and Celebrate Kirkland will host a “decorate to celebrate” event at Marina Park Pavilion starting at 10 am.

The Childrens Parade begins at 11:30 on Sunday at the corner of Market and Central in downtown Kirkland.

The Annual July 4 parade starts at Noon on Sunday from Marian Park and travels along Central Way. The parade is presented by Celebrate Kirkland

Marina Park will be the place to spend most of the holiday. There will be live music, food and other festivities.

At 4 pm will be the Annual Duck Dash hosted by Rotary Club of Kirkland to raise money for the Boys & Girls Club, TeenCenter and many other important causes. Adopt a Duck to Support the Kirkland Community! Support the Kirkland community by adopting a duck for $5 or buying a value package of five ducks for $20. Every ticket includes 12 valuable coupons to use at Kirkland businesses like Hector’s, George’s Lucia, St. James Espresso, Wilde Rover, Ace Frames and more!

Special musical performance at 9 pm in the Pavilion at Marina Park will be provided by The Ex Box Boys.

The Main Event FIREWORKS will begin around 10:15

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July 2, 2010 Posted by | Entertainment, Family Activities, Outdoors | , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Day 22 of 365 Things To Do Around the Eastside: Chateau Ste. Michelle Summer Concert Series Dates Announced

Chaute Ste. Michelle Winery

Here are over a dozen Things to do Around the Eastside this summer at Chateau Ste. Michelle 2010 Summer Concert Series. The winery in Woodinville has just released the schedule for this annual summer series and it is going to be a great year.

Concerts are held on the lawn at Chateau Ste. Michelle Amphitheater SUNSHINE or rain. They offer both Reserved Seating directly in front of the stage (chairs provided) or General Admission Seating on the lawn (BYOC – bring your own chair.) A selection of Chateau Ste. Michelle wines and a variety of fresh food items from selected northwest vendors is available for purchase in the Amphitheater at each performance. Feel free to bring your own picnic and non-alcoholic beverages.

Here is a list of performances for the 2010 Season:

June 12th Crosby, Stills and Nash
June 19th Steve Martin & The Steep Canyon Rangers
July 14th Steve Miller Band
July 16th Lyle Lovett & His Large Band (he does a great show)
July 24th Jamie Cullum
July 29th Martina McBride
July 30th Jackson Browne with David Lindley
July 31st Ringo Starr & His All Starr Band
August 6th Natalie Merchant
August 7th KWJZ Music Festival
August 8th KWJZ Music Festival
August 12th The B-52’s & Blondie (this 1 is on my list for this year)
August 13th Chris Isaak (this 1 is on my wife’s list this year)
August 27th Earth, Wind & Fire
August 28th Crowded House
August 29th Pink Martini
September 25th Harry Connick Jr.

It is a very impressive lineup and tickets will sell out fast for most of the shows. Tickets go on sale April 23, 2010 from Ticketmaster. Make your plans today to attend at least 1 of these shows.

If you can find a way to score a VIP Pass (which I have no idea how to do) be sure to check out the desert tent and let me know what it’s like. I have heard pretty good stuff about that tent.

Ste. Michelle Winery Concert Series

April 22, 2010 Posted by | Entertainment, Outdoors | , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment