It is hard to believe that it is already March! Daylight savings time is just around the corner (March 12) which means our evenings are going to get lighter and longer. I love this time of year when the bulbs are starting to emerge from the ground, the leaves are coming back on the trees, and it is easier to do fun activities after the work day.
There’s just one problem – Seattle may have missed the memo that spring is coming because we just had another day of SNOW!
There are some fun events this month! Check these out and let me know if you get out and enjoy any of the below activities. I just might see you there!
March 2017 Events:
March 3-5: Polar Science Weekend at the Pacific Science Center – three days of hands-on exhibits presented by scientists who work in some of the world’s most remote areas.
March 4-5: Mussel Festival on Whidbey Island. Take the ferry to Whidbey for chowder tasting, boat tours, and kids activities in Coupeville. (free)
March 11-12: Talk to paleontologists at Dinosaur weekend at the University of Washington Burke Museum! Admission price ranges from $0 (kids under 4) -$10 (for adults).
March 19: Take a hike – State parks are free today! Some of my favorite local hikes are Rattlesnake Ledge, Little Mt. Si, West Tiger 3, Discovery Park’s loop trail, the trail system at St. Edwards State Park. (free)
March 19: French Fest is a celebration of French speaking cultures including live music, French food, a baguette contest, and children’s activities at the Seattle Center Armory. (free)
March 31-April 16: Whirligig looks so much fun so I might post this in the March and April calendars. This is a kid carnival complete with giant slides, face painting, live music, and a toddler zone.