Stories with 'seattle freeze' tag

Sharing Passions: Cooking with Apples

Apples. Crunchy, sweet, delicious, but something too often forgot about in the kitchen outside of pies and peanut butter snacks. On April 17th, we are partnering with one of the finest culinary class facilitators around, Eat Seattle, for a cooking class and feast all about apples.

/ March 15, 2019


Board Game Night with Mox Boarding House

We will round up our Ballard Neighborhood Spotlight with a light-hearted, but still competitive evening of fun at Mox Boarding House — a true Ballard community staple. Start training, feel free to BYOG or borrow one of their 500+ games to play, drinks and food will be available, it’s an Evergrey game night. 🤓

/ March 19, 2019


Science for Curious Simpletons: A Trip to Pluto

Is it a planet or not? A question that will puzzle and define a generation. Either way, pull out your NASA gear and get ready for a special space odyssey. Pacific Science Center’s Planetarium Maestro Dave Cuomo, is going to take us to the farthest reaches of our solar system.

/ February 27, 2019


Speed Friending

Whether or not you believe in the Seattle Freeze, most of us can admit that meeting new people as an adult can be hard. So we’ve joined forces with Connect Lounge to create a new monthly speed friending event. It’s like speed dating, but with fewer sweaty palms.

/ March 11, 2019


Evergrey’s April Meetup

Our monthly meetups are back in full swing. We love helping you learn and explore Seattle every day in your inbox, and we love it even more when we get to meet you face to face. So on the first Monday of each month, we’re inviting you to hang out and celebrate some of Seattle’s finest bars and cafes.

/ March 6, 2019


Science For Curious Simpletons: What Can Your Stomach Stomach

There’s a whole world living inside that gut of yours, and we are finally getting around to understanding all that it does for your body, mind, and health. At this month’s Science for Curious Simpletons class in partnership with Pacific Science Center, we are taking a look at the microbial ecosystem inside all of us.

/ February 21, 2019


Toys Through Time Trivia With School’s Out Washington

Do you know how many LEGO pieces there are in the world? What about when the first Barbie was made? Or how much the most expensive Beanie Baby sold for? These are the important topics you’ll need to study up on for our “Nostalgic Toys and Games Trivia Night” supporting School’s Out Washington.

/ February 21, 2019


Modern Love: Seattle’s Dating Game Show

Remember those entertaining dating game shows from back in the day? Well we are bringing them back with a little 2019 flair. Six contestants enter the arena. Each portrays their personal dating profiles followed by a hot seat Q&A round. Then, the power is in your hands. You play matchmaker and and pair the contestants into couples.

/ February 21, 2019


Sharing Passions: Tea with Steven Smith Teamaker

Tea is one of the oldest drinks in the world — and a passion that we’re diving into in Seattle. On March 20th, we are bringing one of the finest blenders of tea in the PNW, Steven Smith Teamaker, for a class and tasting adventure.

/ February 21, 2019


Chocolate and Bourbon Night

What’s the best pairing for bourbon? Chocolate, of course. And we’ve got the experts to prove it. Seattle’s Indi Chocolate and Noble Oak Bourbon are teaming up to host a special tasting experience at Pike Place Market.

/ February 21, 2019