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Happy St. Patrick's Day, folks! Are you wearing your green?! We have rounded up some of the things to do in the city today, so take a peek at our article and have a great and safe holiday. (Image: Sy Bean / Seattle Refined)

The Weekend Report: What's Cookin'

Welcome to the Weekend Report - where we tell you what's up in Seattle this weekend, the things you definitely don't want to miss. Why should we have all the fun at these events? Most of the things we are previewing here, we will be at - so if you see us say hi! We're guaranteed to miss some, so definitely email us at hello@seattlerefined.com if there is something wonderful we need to know about!

Friday, March 17

St. Patrick's Day Events. Happy St. Patrick's Day, folks! Are you wearing your green?! We have rounded up some of the things to do in the city today, so take a peek at our article and have a great and safe holiday.

Coin Show. So you're not into the whole pub crawl, eh? Head to the 68th annual coin show, the state's oldest and largest public coin show at the Pacific Northwest Numismatic Association, to see some good ole' coins.

Tukwila Community Center
12414 42nd Ave. S
12pm-6pm
Tickets: $2-$30

Seabrooks Daffodil Festival. The Seabrook Daffodil Festival is the perfect way to welcome spring and warm weather! All weekend, March 17-19, Seabrook will be having their Daffodil Festival. There will be a parade, delicious food, and other fun outdoor activities.

Seabrook, WA
Free

Saturday, March 18

Northwest Women's Show. The 29th annual Northwest Women's Show features seminars on health and finance, fashion shows, cooking demonstrations, and hundreds of vendors at CenturyLink. This event runs on both Saturday and Sunday, so if you can't make it today - there's always tomorrow.

CenturyLink Field
800 Occidental Ave. S
9am-5pm
Tickets: $17

Spring Book Sale. The Seattle Public Library is hosting this event with over 100,000 books starting at only $1. They have all kinds of books, audio books, DVD's, TV DVD series, CD's and records, all under $5. If you can't make it on Saturday, the event will happen on Sunday as well, but you know all the best titles will be picked over on Saturday!

Exhibition Hall at the Seattle Center
299 Mercer Street
9am-5pm
Free

Debuts and Discoveries. A ticket into this event will get you access to tasting the latest in local craft business specializing in wine, liquor, cider, and beer. The event is at Hangar 30 in Magnuson Park and some proceeds will go to benefit charity. There will also be food trucks. Booze and food trucks - absolutely.

Magnuson Park
6310 NE 74th St
5-9pm
Tickets: $42

Sunday, March 19

State Parks Free Days. You get a free day into any Washington State Park! Wayhooo! Get outside and enjoy the start to spring, friends! There are 140 Washington parks for you to choose from.

French Fest. This event is the celebration of French-speaking cultures that will include live music, french food, a wine tasting, best baguette contest, and children's activities. Bon appetit!

Armory at Seattle Center
305 Harrison St
11am
Free

Walk n' Wag. This event includes a 5k and a 3k trails plus an agility course and vendor booths at Lake Sammamish State Park to raise money for improvements in the park!

Lake Sammamish State Park
2000 Northwest Sammamish Road
10am-12pm
Tickets: $15-$20











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