For the last weekend of April 28-30, we found a bundle of free and cheap things to do in Seattle and around Puget Sound. It’s the last weekend to see the free and beautiful Skagit Valley tulip fields. If you like stitchery, swing by Everett for the Quilt Show ($5). Close to home, the free World Rhythm Festival at Seattle Center can’t be beat. Explore green living on the self-guided Green Home Tour (by donation). In White Center they’re having a plant sale and Maple Valley has a free edible gardening workshop. Crafter and artists alike will like the free print arts extravaganza in Tacoma. If you’ve thought about taking up birdwatching, there’s a free introduction to bird basics in Bellevue, then head to the bodybuilding competition ($20-$30) at Meydenbauer Center or perhaps the sheep shearing and 1880s farm demos—free at Kelsey Creek Farm.
There’s also plenty of the usual fun: teen activities, live glass blowing, LEGO events, live music, comedy shows, dance lessons, meditation and spiritual experiences, free Sunday boat rides, and much more in the weekend calendar below.
For still more things to do any day of the month, check our event calendar, the 5 best always free things to do in Seattle, the best free and cheap live music venues in Seattle, and where and when to see movies in Seattle at a discount. Or check out the latest deals on discount entertainment tickets in Seattle and around Puget Sound.
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Friday, April 28, 2017
Saturday, April 29, 2017
Sunday, April 30, 2017
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