Celebrate the coming of spring in Seattle – view the spring equinox sunset, take a gong class, or head to Pike Place Market for Daffodil Day!
Spring Equinox Sunset Watch
Monday, March 19
7400 Fauntleroy Way SW
Seattle, WA 98136
Join the Pacific Science Center’s planetarium specialist Alice Enevoldsen for a look at the vernal equinox on Monday, March 19 in West Seattle.
Alice, whose website you can find HERE, will be at Solstice Park in West Seattle to meet you at 6:45pm. The Spring Equinox should take place around 7:05pm.
Alice says she’ll be there even if it’s cloudy because sometime the Sun will peek through for a short while during sunset. If it’s snowing, driving rain or sleet, Alice will stay curled up at home with a cup of tea.
Solstice Park is located at in Seattle. Once you’re in the park there are trails that lead up to the overlook. Walk past the tennis courts, through the P-Patch and continue up the hill. When the trail ends go five more feet to enter the stonework circle and get the best views of sunset.READ MORE: Rolling Stones Gig Is Believed To Cost Chanel Haynes Her 'Tina' Musical Job
Spring Equinox Gong Class
Monday, March 19
Seattle Unity Spiritual Center
200 8th Avenue North
Seattle, WA 98109
Shake off the wetness and cold of the winter months! Come for a special transformative evening. $15/person.
Tuesday, March 20
Pike Place Market
1st Avenue and Pike
On Daffodil Day, the Pike Place Market staff and volunteers take to downtown Seattle streetcorners during lunchtime to pass out thousands of locally grown daffodils and celebrate the arrival of spring. Happy Daffodil Day!MORE NEWS: Tom Hiddleston And Fiancée Zawe Ashton Are Expecting A Baby
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