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17 posts for category: "Holiday"
Tips for a Green Holiday

Tips for a Green Holiday

A few tips to help you “go green” this holiday season: Stocking up: Buying in bulk in bigger containers helps to cut down on packaging and reduce the number of trips to the store to restock these…

Celebrating-Earth-Day-Everyday

Celebrating Earth Day Everyday

A few ideas for celebrating Earth Day in your home and your daily life: Walk or bike to work. Reduce your footprint on the Earth by leaving your car at home whenever possible. You benefit from the…

St.-Patrick's-Day-Around-the-Sound-March

Celebrating St. Patrick’s Day Around the Sound

KING COUNTY (not Eastside) The Blarney Stone: blarneystoneseattle.com The Celtic Swell: celticswell.com The Chieftain Irish Pub: chieftainirishpub.com Conor Byrne Pub: conorbyrnepub.com Fado: fadoirishpub.com Finn MacCool’s: finnmaccools.com The Harp Bar & Restaurant: theharpbarandrestaurant.com Hudson: hudsonseattle.com Kells Irish Restaurant:…

Valentine's-Gift-Ideas-February

Valentine’s Gift Ideas

Gifts for Parents: Homemade gifts from the kids Full car detailing (check local shops) Round of golf at a favorite course Make a plate kit (at craft stores) Stepping stone kit (at craft stores) Monthly housecleaning for…

Holiday Entertaining

Tips For Green Holiday Entertaining

A few tips to help you “go green” this holiday season: Decorating-Many of your guests will eventually come to the kitchen to hang out, so to really get into the holiday spirit, decorate your kitchen as well….

Giving Season - December

Giving Season in the Northwest – December

Meaningful holiday traditions begin with helping others in our community. Here are a few organizations always looking for donations and/or volunteers: LOCAL CHARITIES: northwestharvest.org seattlefoundation.org foodlifeline.org hopelink.org unitedway.org voaww.org teenfeed.org ugm.org marchofdimes.com/washington nokidhungry.org   RESEARCH CHARITIES: charitynavigator.org…

Holiday Tradition

Begin A Holiday Tradition

Make memories that last generations with a new holiday tradition. Here are a few ideas to get you started: Plan a cookie-baking party. Each friend can bring the ingredients for their favorite cookie. Pick up some decorative…