Free Red Robin Tavern Double Burger and Fries Promotion – Good Today!!

 Free Red Robin Tavern Double Burger and Fries

Update: The Seahawks scored a touchdown in the Red Zone during last week’s game, which means the Red Robin Tavern Double promo is on for today!!


Get a FREE Red Robin Tavern Double Burger and Fries at Red Robin, when you purchase any burger, entree salad or entree + 2 beverages at Red Robin participating NW restaurants, each Tuesday if the Seahawks score a touchdown inside the Redzone in that weeks game! They ran this promotion last year and it was very popular. Just mention Tavern Double Tuesday to your server, on the Tuesday following any game that the Seahawks score a touchdown from the red zone to get this offer!

This special Red Robin & Seahawks promotion will be going on the entire 2014 Seahawks season for participating WA, OR &  Coeur D’Alene, ID restaurants.

red robin tavern double burger

We headed into Red Robin last week and my husband tried out the Tavern Double burger & he most definitely approved! It is slightly smaller than the rest of their signature burgers, but with the bottomless fries, too, it’s a nice size so that you don’t feel like you’re overeating as I can often feel like after finishing one of the larger burgers.

Make sure to sign up for the Red Robin Royalty Club to find out about awesome discounts like this in your area. And check out our list of restaurant deals and discounts available right now for more ways to save when dining out.

Have you tried the Red’s Tavern Double Burger – what do you think of it? 

Discount Movie Tickets – As low as $13 for 2 Tickets, Popcorn & 2 Sodas

Discount Movie Tickets

Discount Movie Tickets –

As low as $13 for 2 Tickets, Popcorn & 2 Sodas

*We have found this same deal on Groupon for the discount movie tickets starting at $13 (they sold out of the $13 tickets from Living Social, but have them available right now through Groupon)!


Living Social has a deal available right now for discount movie tickets for various locations around the Puget Sound. These are for smaller theaters where you may not find as many discounts, so I’m excited to see this offer. There are a number of theaters included for those of you in the Puget Sound region – from Bremerton, Anacortes, Ocean Shores & more locations! If you’re headed to any of these areas for vacation, this is something else to consider (like Ocean Shores for the beach – take in a movie while you’re there!)

Here are the offers:

Admiral Theater in Seattle: $13 ($27 value) for 2 tickets, 1 medium popcorn & 2 small sodas (no longer available from Living Social – only Groupon)
Stanwood Cinemas or Ocean Shores Cinemas: $16 ($32 value) for 2 tickets, 1 medium popcorn & 2 small sodas
Olympic Cinemas (Bainbridge), Anacortes Cinemas, Bainbridge Cinemas, Oak Harbor Cinemas or Lynnwood Theater:  $17 ($35 value) for 2 tickets, 1 medium popcorn & 2 small sodas

Fine Print:

  • Limit 1 per customer, up to 1 additional as a gift
  • Valid only at location selected at time of purchase
  • Valid only for regularly-scheduled movies
  • Excludes Sony movies, special one-night events, Fathom events, and special engagements
  • Entire value must be used in a single visit; must redeem both tickets at once


Casper Baby Pants & Recess Monkey Concert Deals

Casper Baby Pants & Recess Monkey Concert Deals

Casper Baby Pants & Recess Monkey Concert Deals

*There are still a few more discounted Casper Baby Pants tickets available if you’re interested in going to the concert tomorrow!


Are your kids fans of Casper Baby Pants & Recess Monkey? If so be sure to check out this deal! Gold Star is offering Casper Baby Pants & Recess Monkey Concert Deals. The price is just $13!! That is a awesome price for concert tickets!!

The concert will be 9/20 at the Broadway Center’s Rialto Theater. Head over to Gold Star and get your tickets now.


Fun & Frugal Family Events – 9/19 – 9/25

Here is this week’s list of family-friendly free or frugal events for around the Northwest, as well as some events going on around  the country. Be sure to check your local parks and recs website too for many family events, movie nights,  and more in your city!

Don’t forget to check out Goldstar for Discount Tickets on many local activities and events, if you are looking for a specific event and want to save some money!

Pacific NW Fairs & Festivals:

  • Puyallup Fair/Western Washington State Fair – September 5th – 21st;  Puyallup 
  • Commencement Bay Maritime Fest -  September 20th & 21st; Tacoma;  FREE admission, Kids Activities, Food booths, Boat Building seminars, & much more
  • Fremont Oktoberfest – Sunday 9/21; 10:30 – 6pm; $20/ticket but kids free with paying adult
  • Monroe Oktoberfest - 9/19 – 9/21; Evergreen State Fairgrounds; $10/ticket
  • Sauerkraut Festival, – September 20th from 10am – 6pm, Scappoose; Cabbage Bowling, Sauerkraut Eating Contest, Entertainment, food booths & more
  • Polish Festival – September 20-21, 11-10pm Sat & 12-6pm Sun; North Portland; Entertainment & dance groups, street dance, polish food & more!
  • Paulaner Oktoberfest - Oaks Amusement Park in Sellwood; 9/19 – 9/21; $2- $5/person; live oompa & polka bands, German costume & chicken dance contests, crafts, games, cooking demos & more.

If you see a fun, frugal event that’s not listed, feel free to leave a comment so we can add that event to our list.


Friday, 9/19:  

*Washington State Fair (formerly the Puyallup Fair) – Puyallup; 9/5 – 9/22; Washingtons biggest fair. Farm animals, agriculture, home arts, rides, exhibits, kids’ activities, food, rodeo shows and concerts. Find a list of the best deals for the Wasshington State Fair here.

 *Seattle Design Festival “Park”ing Day – Seattle; 9am – 3pm; Metered parking spots around the city will be made into temporary “parks”

*Sunflower Celebration at Dr Maze’s Farm – Redmond; Fri 9/19 & Sat 9/20; 10am – 2pm; $9 admission to farm (includes maze)Check out the Corn Maze & Goat Walk maze; Hay ride, Rubber Duck Races & more!

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#NaturalDifference – Visit to Olympic National Park & a Creamy Apple Dip!

Waterfalls on Quinault Rainforest Hike

We are a family who loves to travel & explore in the great Outdoors and some of our favorite places to travel to are National Parks as they offer up such outstanding beauty you can’t find anywhere else. There is so much variety in the National Parks around the country to give you such unique & different experiences, from the amazing vistas of the Grand Canyon to the tropical lushness of the Everglades to the crystal blue waters of Crater Lake.

Living here in the Northwest, we are blessed with many great National Parks & National Recreation Areas, National Historic Sites  or Monuments & more to check out.   However, there are educational & beautiful National Parks all over the country. All you need to do is head to the National Park website to find a National Park/Historic site near you. You’d be surprised at how many locations there are in your state – I knew we had some great ones here in the NW but was surprised by some of the sites I didn’t know about.

Coming up, September 27th is National Public Lands Day & it’s one of the Free Admission Days to a National Park, too, if you are wanting  to visit a National Park on a budget. They will offer one last fee-free day for 2014 for the National Parks on November 11, Veteran’s Day, as well.

Here are some of the popular National Parks in the Northwest:

  • Mt Rainier National Park (WA)
  • Olympic National Park (WA)
  • North Cascades National Park (WA)
  • Fort Vancouver National Historic Site (WA)
  • Crater Lake National Park (OR)
  • Oregon Caves National Monument (OR)
  • John Day Fossil Beds National Monument (OR)
  • Lewis & Clark National Historic Park & Trail (OR)

Olympic National Park & Lake Quinault:

Quinault Rainforest Waterfall

My brother, sister in law & niece were in town this last month from southern Florida & they were really wanting to check out one of our area’s National Parks on a hike, so we decided to take them over to the Olympic National Park to check out Lake Quinault & the Quinault Rainforest area, which is the southern end of the Olympic National Park. It’s just a few hours away from the Seattle/Puget Sound area & a short drive from the coast if you’re looking for a day trip idea when you’re vacationing on the Washington coast.

Quinault Rainforest Hike

The Quinault Rainforest & Lake Quinault area were filled with large, moss-covered old growth trees, waterfalls, & nice, shady trails to keep us cool in the heat of a hot August day. Even though there were some people out hiking, it never felt crowded even though it was a weekend day in the summer so it was a great place to explore.

World's Largest Sitka Spruce Tree

They even have the World’s Largest Sitka Spruce Tree, right along the banks of Lake Quinault. It’s just a short 2-3 minute walk off the side of the road.

Lake Quinault Lodge

Our visit was not complete without a quick visit to the historic Lake Quinault Lodge, a beautiful National Park lodge. It was built in 1926 & offers the same classic beauty that you expect from National Park lodges & hotels. The views of Lake Quinault were just incredible from the lodge & the grounds.

Our hike in the Quinault Rainforest area was the perfect way to spend time as a family, letting the kids enjoy the forest & get some good exercise on our several mile hike, while exploring a new area of the country. That’s what I love about visiting the National Parks – not only are you entertained by the natural beauty & making fun memories together, but you’re keeping your family active and healthy by hiking & exploring the parks together.

Make a Difference in your Local or National Park:

We all appreciate & love the beauty of our local & national parks; however, we can’t take that beauty for granted. The parks systems and their employees work very hard to keep the parks beautiful (I know this, as my husband was a Washington state park ranger for several years) but they need our help, too, so it’s so important to teach our kids about the importance of taking care of our beautiful parks. We visited quite a few parks this year and we’ve been teaching our girls about always packing your trash out – not only does it keep the park clean, but it also protects the wildlife in the park. On our Olympic National Park trip, we also made sure to bring reusable water bottles & when we had to bring a few extra plastic water bottles for back-up, we brought those home to recycle. Just stash them in a bag in your car & take them home with you.

Now that we’ve educated our kids about the importance of clean parks, they are always on the lookout for trash they can pick up. We keep extra plastic bags in our car & try to keep one in our backpack & then we’ll throw trash in there to clean up. I realized that we also need to keep some gloves in there, too, so we feel more comfortable with the kids picking up the trash.

Make a Natural Difference Photo Contest:

Make a Natural Difference Photo Promotion

As we mentioned last month, Smuckers, Laura Scudder’s & Adams Natural Peanut Butter have partnered with the National Parks Conservation Association (NPCA) to support the National Parks. They are also teaming up together to provide a fun giveaway contest to help encourage folks to head out to a nearby local or national park.

All you need to do is snap a photo at your favorite park (local, state, national) & submit it into the Make a Natural Difference Photo Promotion contest. You have until October 8, 2014, to submit your favorite photo.

Here’s what you can win:

  • Sony Digital SLR Camera
  • 18-135mm Lens and carrying case
  • Shutterfly gift cards
  • Jars of natural peanut butter!

Shutterfly Giveaway Winner:

We also hosted a Smuckers Fun Pack giveaway earlier, which included a $100 Shutterfly gift code plus Smuckers & Adams Natural Peanut Butter products & a peanut butter stirrer. Our giveaway winner was Kim & she has already confirmed & is being sent her giveaway prize.

Creamy Peanut Butter Dip:

Creamy Peanut Butter Dip

If you’re headed out to spend the day at a national park or even just a few hours at a local park, it’s always fun to pack a picnic lunch to enjoy somewhere along your hike or at picnic table you find at a pretty spot. We always make sure to bring plenty of snacks with us, too, since our girls are always hungry, especially after a good hike. The trick is to bring healthy snacks.

Our girls love apples & peanut butter, so I thought I’d do a different spin on it for a sweet treat for after a good hike. You’ll just want to keep this Creamy Peanut Butter dip cold if you bring it on the hike or picnic with you since it contains cream cheese – either keeping it in a container in your small cooler or an insulated bag.

Head on over to check out our Creamy Peanut Butter Dip as a fun way to get your kids to eat their fruit!

Did you head to any national parks this summer – we’d love to hear tips on where you went & what you thought! What are your favorite national parks to visit? 

Disclosure: This is a sponsored post & Smuckers has compensated us for sharing about the Make a Natural Difference promotion.  All opinions are 100% mine. See our disclosure policy  for more details.


Fun & Frugal Family Events – 9/12 – 9/18

Here is this week’s list of family-friendly free or frugal events for around the Northwest, as well as some events going on around  the country. Be sure to check your local parks and recs website too for many local free concerts, family events, movie nights, pool days and more in your city!

Don’t forget to check out Goldstar for Discount Tickets on many local activities and events, if you are looking for a specific event and want to save some money!

Pacific NW Fairs & Festivals:

If you see a fun, frugal event that’s not listed, feel free to leave a comment so we can add that event to our list.


Friday, 9/12:  

*Washington State Fair (formerly the Puyallup Fair) – Puyallup; 9/5 – 9/22; Washingtons biggest fair. Farm animals, agriculture, home arts, rides, exhibits, kids’ activities, food, rodeo shows and concerts. Find a list of the best deals for the Wasshington State Fair here.

*Just Between Friends Consignment Sale - 9/12 – 9/14

*FreeTête-à-têter At Frye Museum – Seattle; 11:00am to 5:00pm; Frye Museum entrance and parking are free all the time. You can check their events page here, for a list of weekly events. On the first Friday of the month Children’s stories are brought to life with movement and play in the Frye Art Museum galleries by Frye educators or librarians from The Seattle Public Library. 

Saturday 9/13:

*Free Bike Helmet Fittings - 10am – 1pm ; Alderwood Mall in Lynnwood

*Salmon SEEson in Issaquah – Issaquah; Saturdays & Sundays in Sept. thru Nov.; See salmon return to Issaquah Creek, where you can view spawning from the bridge or through viewing windows. Trained docents from Friends of the Issaquah Salmon Hatchery (FISH) will give tours (see website for dates and times)

*Seattle Public Library Book Sale - 9/12 – 9/14;

*Seattle Design Festival – 9/12 – 9/14; Free Admission;

Sunday 9/14: 

*Land of Nod Birthday Bash – 9/14 10am – 3pm; University Village Land of Nod store; concert by Casper Babypants, magician, food & more.

*Mt Baker Day in the Park Festival - 9/14; 10am – 3pm; Free admission; Field Day activities, kids parade, treasure hunt, food trucks, kids art show & more.

Thursday 9/18: 

*Half Priced Admission Imagine Childrens Museum – Everett; Thursday 3:00 – 5:00 p.m. is half priced ( $4.75/ea)

For more lists of local events in WA check out these websites::

*Sounds Fun Mom - Maegen always has a great list of events  local to the South Sound area of WA – her site is based on family activities around the South Sound area.

*Grays Harbor Deals – Annaliese lists some great events each weekend for Grays Harbor county (Long Beach, Hoquiam, Aberdeen, Moclips, Ocean Shores, Raymond, Elma & more!)


Here’s our list of weekly events for the Portland area:

Friday, 9/12:

*Red Yarn at Warehouse Cafe – Portland; Red Yarn is a dynamic Portland family performer. Weaving together energetic live music, puppetry and storytelling, he teaches positive values while reviving American folklore for a younger generation. Join Red Yarn & his lovable critters every Friday morning at Warehouse Cafe.  Cost:  $5 suggested donation 

* Tillamook Forest Center Tillamook; They have daily talks & walks (typically for free) related to bears, eagles, water wonders, birds, trees of the Tillamook forest & more. Check their website for a full schedule.

Saturday, 9/13:

*Baby’s Bottom Dollar Consignment Sale – 9/13; 10am – 7pm; Beaverton Town Square; Free Admission

*Back to School Party with Girl Meets World Celebrity – 9/13; 11am – 2pm; Lloyd Center. They will also be stuffing backpacks for the local Boys & Girls Club.

*Laurelfest Celebration -Portland;  9/13 from 3- 9pm; BBQ, Corn Hole, Live Music, Balloon Artist & more; Free Admission

*Free Movie Screening of Project Wild – Saturday afternoon (exact time is not listed) in Sewellcrest Park as part of Northwest Children’s Nature Play Week

*WILD Excursion to Mt St Helens – Day at Mt St Helens & then talk & movie in the evening starting at 5:45pm. Part of Northwest Children’s Nature Play Week

*Free Concert with the Alphabeticians – Part of Musicalu Summer Music Series; Saturdays at 11am

*Kids Storytime at Powell’s Books – 11- 12pm at Powell’s in downtown Portland

Oregon Pacific Railroad Train Rides from SE PDX – The Oregon Pacific Railroad offers public train rides for all ages between the Oregon Rail Heritage Center and Oaks Amusement Park every Saturday from now through this fall. $5 per ticket

Sunday September 14th: 

*Vintage Toy Show - Vancouver; 7:30 am – 3pm; $3/person or free for 0-12

Monday September 15th:

*Free Movie Screening at Zoo – Free screening of “Project Wild Thing” at Oregon Zoo for ages 10 & up.  6:30pm – 8pm.

For more lists of local events in western OR check out::

* PDX Kids Calendar - this is a comprehensive events-based website for families in the Portland area.


*Home Depot Kids Workshop – Sat.9/6 ; 9:00am to 12:00pm; Kids can participate in a workshop making a project monthly!

*Lego Stores Mini Models Build– Tues. 5:00pm;  Build a mini scarecrow, one free for kids 6-14 while supplies last.

*Lakeshore Learning Centers - Kids make & take a whimsical Wind Catcher; 11am – 3pm

*Michael’s Kids Club – Kids make a Grandparents Day card between 10am – 11:30

Carpinito Brothers Farms – Local Produce Supplier for Safeway Stores


Carpinito Bros Farm

Have you ever wondered where exactly your produce comes from in the grocery stores? I typically expect that a fair amount of of produce is coming from out-of-state, but I do know that some of the produce coming to the grocery stores is local. I don’t know about you, but I have always thought that the local produce in the Northwest meant it came from central or Eastern Washington or Oregon. It wasn’t until just recently that I learned that Safeway stores are using popular, well-established, local farms, much closer to their store locations to supply produce when in season. This is great news for shoppers as it means that the produce is on your local Safeway store’s shelves within just a few days of being picked instead of being trucked from several states away.

Last month, I had the opportunity to head to the Kent Valley to get a tour of the Carpinito Brothers Farm. I’ve only been to Carpinito Brothers farmstand once before, but I’ve always heard wonderful things about their produce (& Sia is a huge fan!), so I was excited to check it out. Love the convenience of their farm stand right off Hwy 167 in Kent, too. Carpinito Bros is also known as a great pumpkin patch destination, with it’s convenient location and fun kids activities.

Carpinito Farms has been partnering with Safeway stores all throughout western Washington to provide them with produce for over 35 years – the farm’s been in business around 50 years, so they have partnered with Safeway from almost the beginning.  The  farm tour was led by one of the owners, Mike Carpinito, and his son. Mike has grown up on the farm & now his sons & his brother’s sons work in the business alongside their fathers. It was very obvious what a love they have for what they do & wanting to provide the best products for their customers.

Produce from Carpinito Farms

My biggest take-away from this event was the fact that by partnering with local farms close to their stores, Safeway is able to work with these farms to bring produce quickly to their stores, within a day or two of being picked in the fields. That’s great news for shoppers, to know that the local produce was picked from the farm just a day or two earlier, which means longer-lasting produce once you get it home.

The Carpinito Bros Farms is one example of a long-standing relationship Safeway has with a local farm, as Carpinito Bros supplies Safeway stores throughout Western Washington with high-quality produce (from Bellingham down to Centralia & more). There are several local farms they work with right here in the Puget Sound area. I’m excited that Safeway is working recently to educate shoppers on where that local produce comes from, so you can know & expect that freshness level.

Here are some of the produce items that Carpinito Brothers Farms provides for Safeway (& which you can look for in your local Safeway store)::

  • Radishes
  • Broccoli
  • Cauliflower
  • Squash
  • Peppers
  • Celery
  • Cilantro, Parsley, Basil,
  • Kale, Chard, Spinach, Lettuce varieties,
  • Fennel
  • Turnips
  • Sweet Corn
  • and much, much more….

A few ways to tell where the produce  is from in your local store::

  • Ask an employee at the store, preferably someone working in the produce section
  • Check the twist tag or stickers on already bagged produce items   – Carpinito Bros Farms’ label name is North Country Brand
  • Look at the packaging or the crates the produce is in – you may be able to see where the produce comes from if they keep any of their produce in the boxes/crates or packaging from the farm

Here are a few interesting facts I learned on my farm tour of Carpinito Farms:

Planting Seeds at Carpinito Farms

I’ve always wondered how farms can plant seeds so quickly – check out this cool machine which can plant hundreds of seeds in just mere minutes.

Fennel at Carpinito Farms

I’ll admit that I’m not the most adventurous vegetable eater – I have my favorites & I don’t often veer away from those except when out to eat, so this was a good experience for me to check out all the different vegetable varieties they grow. Check out fennel – I had never tried this before, but if you like black licorice, then you will like fennel.

Italian Parsley at Carpinito Farms

Did you know that parsley is one of the healthiest vegetables (herbs) you can eat? This was something new to me, thanks to Mike Carpinito.  Parsley is a great vegetable to grow yourself, as well as now look in the stores for it, so you can take advantage of all of it’s health benefits.

Kale at Carpinito Farms

Kale has become such a hit that farmers have had a harder time finding kale seeds! Kale is a very frugal vegetable to grow as you can cut off the majority of the plant and it will grow back its leaves within a few weeks to pick again. You can get 3-4 pickings from kale, so it really does produce quite a bit in one summer (great option to grow in your garden if you’re thinking of ideas).

Vegetable Watering System at Carpinito Farms

Once the vegetables are picked from the fields, they are then washed thoroughly & packed either in the reusable plastic crates or in cardboard boxes for the more delicate vegetables. The vegetables are then packed up on trucks & driven to the nearby Safeway warehouse, where they then get distributed to the local stores. All of this happens in one day, so they will arrive to the warehouse by the end of the day it was picked & be distributed to local stores within another day.

Those are just a few fun facts for you that I learned about growing vegetables at the farm & the process of how they provide Safeway stores with the produce. Definitely be on the lookout the next time you’re in Safeway & see which produce you can find that is coming from local NW farms. Once I left the event, I headed to a larg Safeway store  and what do you know?

Sign in Safeway for Carpinito Bros Farms

I spotted this sign in the produce area, where they had posted several signs with the different farms they work with in Western Washington. This is very helpful as you can know that what you’re buying is direct from the most local & trusted farms in the Puget Sound area.

Make sure to look around your local Safeway & see which signs you spot, showing the farms that Safeway has partnered with for years. 

And don’t forget to follow Carpinito Farms on Facebook as they’ll share details about their upcoming pumpkin patch, as well as any specials on veggies & more!

Museum Of Flight – Half Off Tickets! + Extra 15% off Today!

Groupon is offering Half Off Tickets to the Museum of Flight.  If you have not been, the Museum of Flight is a fun interactive museum, great for all ages. PLUS if you buy them today, you will get an extra 15% off with prom code LOCAL15 (good today, 9/9 only). that means you will pay just $16.15 for tickets to the Museum of Flight.

Fine Print:

  • Expires Dec 31st, 2014. Limit 1 per person, may buy 3 additional as gifts. Valid only for option purchased. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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Review of Georgetown fun with kids! 


Bailey Vegetables: Package Deal for $25 includes $20 on Pumpkins, 4 Corn Maze & 2 Kids Barn Tickets

Update: Wow, this deal went fast – it’s already sold out! We’ll keep our eyes out for more Pumpkin Patch deals!


Today on Living Social, there is a deal for a local pumpkin patch up in Snohomish, WA. You can get discounted tickets for Bailey’s Vegetables for $25 (valued at $54) for a whole package deal. This deal expires on October 26th & is only available on select dates.  Dates are: October 4, 5, 11, 12, 18, 19, 25, or 26

Here’s what’s included for $25:

  • $20 to spend on pumpkins
  • 4 Corn Maze Passes
  • 2 Kids Play Barn Passes
Fine Print:
  • Limit 1 per customer, up to 1 additional as gifts
  • Limit 1 per group of four per visit
  • Valid October 4, 5 11, 12, 18,19 25, and 26
  • Valid for orange pumpkins only; specialty pumpkins for sale at an additional charge
  • Entire value must be used in a single visit

Have you ever been to Bailey’s Vegetables – if so, what did you think? Let us know how your experience was!

Oktoberfest (Puyallup) – $10.20 For 2 Tickets at The Washington State Fair Events Center

oktoberfest puyallup

Oktoberfest – Puyallup

If you are a fan of Oktoberfest, Groupon has a deal for Oktoberfest at The Washington State Fair Events Center right now. Get 2 tickets for $12, or half off, for Friday, October 3rd. 

Plus today you can take an extra 15% off with promo code LOCAL15, so it would be just $10.20 for two tickets after promo code savings!

Here is how Groupon describes Oktoberfest at the Washington State Fair Events Center:

“Oktoberfest Northwest thrums with live performances of both traditional favorites and contemporary polka-fied tunes all weekend long. Games like Hammerschlagen, Holey Boards and Cornhole offer the chance for cash prizes and bragging rights. Visitors cheer on their favorite teams in the Sport Haus, outfitted with HDTVs, and entertain their kids a Root Beer Garden, free pumpkin decorating and more. The event turns 21+ after 7 p.m.”

Have you attended in the past? How is it for families (I have heard they have fun events for the kiddos too, during the day)?