We found some great events for you this week.
🎃 In case you missed it 🎃
- We featured pumpkin patches last time but check those out in this post if you haven’t yet.
- If pumpkin carving is on your list this weekend, we have a Product Review of a heavy-duty Pumpkin Carving Kit on our Instagram story highlights (spoiler alert: you won’t believe you’ve put up with the grocery-store carving kits this long!)
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Halloween at Pacific Science Center
now through October 31 @ 10am
Pacific Science Center 200 2nd Ave N, Seattle, WA 98109
Pacific Science Center is celebrating Halloween all October long by exploring the science behind the eerie and haunted. Plan your visit today to discover the science behind illusions, meet a tarantula and build your own monster in the Tinker Tank. More info here.
October 27 & 28 | 9am-7pm
Washington State Convention Center, 705 Pike St., Seattle, WA
GeekGirlCon is setting up in the heart of downtown Seattle to celebrate every geek and honor the legacy of women contributing to science and technology; comics, arts, and literature; game play and game design; and beyond. $40/day, $10/child ages 6–12, ages 5 and under free. See more info here.
Super Bueno Brunch plus Poppy!
Sundays: Oct 14th + 21st | 11am-2pm
Super Bueno – 3627 Stone Way N, Seattle, WA
Poppy teams up again with the folks at Super Bueno to Bring Back Brunch. We’ll have two Poppies onsite to play with the kids so you can enjoy brunch. For kids 2 years and up. More Info here.
ATK Seattle EATS Festival
November 3rd | 2pm-5pm
Bell Harbor & Pier 66, Alaskan Way Seattle, WA
America’s Test Kitchen has both Friday and Saturday programming for you to eat and drink your way through offerings from Seattle’s top restaurants, cooking demos, live music, and more. Tickets start at $100. (This event is 21+). See more info here.
Ornamental Woodcarving Class at Seattle’s new Nordic Museum
October 14, 21, 28 (Sundays) | 10:30am–5pm
Learn Baroque Acanthus, Rococo, and Viking/Dragon woodcarving styles in this class (for adults). Woodcarvers at all levels are welcome. Tool sharpening and basic carving techniques will be covered for beginners. Continuing students will develop their own projects. No tools or experience necessary. Tickets: $45 per student. See more info here.
Have fun out there!
-The Poppy Team
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