Chocolate lovers unite at the Northwest Chocolate Festival, an annual event dedicated not just to eating chocolate in its many forms, but to tracking its journey from cocoa bean to confection. Visitors hone their expertise through seminars on trade equity and cocoa farming, chocolate-making workshops led by confectioners, and tastings where palates learn to distinguish between milk chocolate and a chocolate bar clumsily forced inside a milk jug. A portion of the proceeds from the event benefits local nonprofits aligned with the festival’s mission. Recipients are announced yearly.
In 2004, the Langston Hughes African American Film festival began as a simple weekend series. Nearly a decade later, the festival has expanded to feature more than 40 films over the course of nine days. When guests aren’t viewing feature-length movies or documentary shorts, they can attend workshops and interactive events, all focused on celebrating black filmmakers both up-and-coming and established.
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It might be time to switch up your regular weekend routine. Seattle International Children's Festival in Seattle has you covered.
Drive ins aren't just for fast food restaurants! Make a visit to the drive-in theater and watch a movie conveniently from your car.
Parking is plentiful, so patrons can feel free to bring their vehicles.
If you're looking for a way to switch up your tired routine, Monroe's Evergreen State Fairgrounds is the place for you.
Forget the hassle of street parking and head to Evergreen State Fairgrounds for easy access to parking lots.