Seattle Metro Weekend Planner: January 7-10, 2021

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NEW YEAR MOCHI MAKING
Head to Bainbridge Island and bundle up for the outdoor tradition of mochi-making.

TACOMA LIGHT TRAIL
Head to the light art display in Tacoma through Jan 24th and enjoy art and poetry along the trail.

ICE RINK
Go for a skate at the Snohomish Valley Ice Rink on their outdoor rink and cozy up with food and beverages.

LIGHT SCULPTURES
Head to the newly built Pier 62 for a light sculpture display now through the end of the month.

VALENTNES FOR VETS
During the month of January, the Tacoma Public Library invites patrons to create valentines that will be sent to local veterans’ retirement homes and hospitals.

FAMILY FUN

VIRTUAL LEGO BUILDING
Sign-up for a virtual LEGO program, participants can share their creations with the group

POETRY TIME
Shel Silverstein is most famous for writing and illustrating children’s books, but did you know he also wrote songs that were recorded by many outlaw country musicians? Explore the exhibit Outlaws and Armadillos: Country’s Roaring ’70s hosted by the Country Music Hall of Fame.

MAKE A FOSSIL
Follow along with an expert with at-home science classes, try making a fossil, big bubbles, or a water density rainbow.

INTRO TO YOGA
Introduce your kids to yoga with a beginner series.

POPULAR ON NETFLIX/HULU/PRIME

SURVIVING DEATH
This Netflix documentary covers personal stories and near-death experiences.

LIKE A BOSS
Head over to Hulu to watch a new comedy Like a Boss, starring Rose Byrne, Salma Hayek, and Tiffany Haddish. 

GRETEL & HANZEL
A new release of this classic tale follows Gretel as she leads her brother into a dark wood, only to stumble upon evil.   

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