Two of our favorite ladies, Sally Brock of Fancy fame and Lola Event & Floral’s Emily Ellen Anderson are pairing up for a pop-up flower shop on the Saturday before Mother’s Day (May 10) between noon and 5 p.m. to help you make your momma smile.
This Saturday (5/10), 6 to 9 p.m., Le Objects for the Home (Georgetown, 1226 S Bailey St.; 206.604.4958) corrals Eric Mendelsohn of Time Beat Clocks and Lisa Deffacio of Fern Heath Design (see her "fleur" works above) as part of its "Meet the Maker" series in conjunction with the Georgetown Art Attack.
The folks behind Willows Inn, including James Beard Award winner Blaine Wetzel, have brought in former Google executive chef (and emmer & rye owner) Seth Caswell to lead their new Lummi Island restaurant,
Smart outerwear designer, Elizabeth Roberts is co-hosting a spring fashion event with Mercer and Mandy Moon Vintage on Tuesday, May 13 from 6 to 8 p.m. at Sorella Salon & Spa in the Issaquah Highlands.
There are all kinds of mom who get all sorts of things for Mother’s Day, from a kiss to something from Cartier, and everything in between. But if your mom is a Barneys kind of lady, we have the perfect list for you, straight from the style file of the store’s fashion director, Tomoko Ogura. Sunday’s the big day, which leaves you plenty of time to pop in to Pacific Place and pick up something nice for your mom.
Over on our sister site, Seattle Health, editor Niki Stojnic reported on a rather difficult, serious-sounding subject: death. And more importantly the efforts of Bastyr University to make that subject a little less difficult and serious-sounding. Stojnic writes:
The highly anticipated 2014 James Beard Awards ceremony was last night, and Blaine Wetzel from the Willows Inn on Lummi Island walked away with a medalion for Rising Star Chef. He tied with Jimmy Bannos Jr. of Chicago’s Purple Pig.
The Seattle Foundation’s one-day, online-only Give Big event is back on Tuesday, May 6, from 12 a.m. to 12 a.m., encouraging you to donate to your favorite local arts, environmental, civic, educational and health-related nonprofit organizations. Browse SF's extensive database of nonprofits to find the one (or several!) that calls to you and start giving.
This Sunday (5/4), from 11 a.m.-2 p.m., you can meet master woodcarver and furniture maker John Thoe, as part of the Northwest Woodworkers' Gallery (Belltown, 2111 First Ave.; 206.625.0542) "Meet the Makers Series."
Five cute downtown Edmonds shops, Zinc Art + Interiors, Walnut Street Coffee, Rogue Boutique, The Refinery Salon, and Saetia are opening their doors a little wider to mom’s of all varieties on Saturday, May 10 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Snatch up one of the last reservations available for the premiere of Blanca, designer Cameron Levin’s new summer collection, exclusively at Butch Blum, on Sunday, May 4 from noon to 5 p.m.
Enjoy margaritas, access to special pieces from both Blanca and Levin’s last line, Ruby, and styling tips from the women herself.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to snag your spot.
Local gal Moorea Seal, she of the keen eye and 869,129 Pinterest followers, has conquered philanthropic online shopping and set her sights on brick and mortar with the launch of a new store in Belltown.
After announcing their plans to open a “farm to neighborhood” restaurant in Ballard last September, the team behind Brunswick & Hunt has announced an opening date: Thursday, May 22. Doors open at 4 p.m.