Here are some fun things you can do with your family in the greater Seattle, Washington area for the month of January. If you see a fun family-themed event non listed please share by leaving a comment at the bottom of this post.
1 – Home Depot Kids Workshop – 9am-Noon. Create your own battery center. Aurora Village Home Depot. 1335 N 205th St. Seattle 206 -546-1900.
1-2 – Gingerbread Village – FREE, donations accepted for Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation. 206-621-9000 Sheraton Seattle lobby 1400 Sixth Ave. Seattle WA.
29—GroundFrog Day in Snohomish—11am-1pm. Downtown Snohomish, 1st Street and Avenue A. Move over, Punxsutawney Phil! Snohomish “Slew” gives his official weather report for the Pacific Northwest. www.cityofsnohomish.com/GroundFrog2011.htm
The following museums offer free admission Thursday, Jan. 6th:
OTHER FUN EVENTS
1-Yu-Gi-Oh Constructed Tournament –5-8pm. $8 entry fee. Every participant wins at least one booster pack prize. Phoenix Games 11811 Mukilteo Speedway #110, Mukilteo. 425-353-5584
2—Red Riding Hood & the Three Little Pigs –4pm. Tickets $12, $6 for seniors and ages 10 & under. Presented by the Fremont Players. Hales Palladium 4301 Leary Way N.W. Seattle. www.brownpapertickets.com
21-30—Seattle Boat Show—Various times daily. Tickets: Adults $12; Youth (11-17) $5; Kids 10 & under free. Qwest Field Events Center & South Lake Union. www.seattleboatshow.com/home.html
These deals were compiled just for you by specialist Denise, a married homeschooling mom of 3 crazy kids ages 15, 12 and 10. She works from home for a local dancewear company and enjoys blogging, reading, working out, drinking borderline dangerous amounts of chai tea, and receiving gifts of the pink and sparkly variety.