Holiday Guide 2022
Welcome to the holiday season! There are plenty of festive shows, light displays, performances, movies and more coming this winter to usher you into the season of coziness.
Read on for stories on holiday travel, a listing of restaurants open for dine-in and takeout on Thanksgiving and where to find the region’s multiple showings of “The Nutcracker,” as well as our recommendations for recipes honoring Native foods, holiday events and more this winter.
— Seattle Times Features staff
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Check out this list of holiday events around Greater Seattle, with light shows, markets, music and much more. Click on through!
You can still find deals on travel this holiday season, but the longer you wait, the harder it gets … and remember to pack your patience.
In case there’s someone in your family ready for a first “Nutcracker,” or if you’d like to find some nut-flavored holiday magic yourself, here are some local productions.
Courtesy of the Indigenous Food Lab and Valerie Segrest, these recipes offer opportunities to approach the holiday with respect, mindfulness and deliciousness.
Valerie Segrest (Muckleshoot) considers giving thanks for food to be both beautiful and essential — here, she shares her thoughts about Thanksgiving and more.
Winter travel in the Northwest has its highs and lows. As in: It’s high season for snowy recreation and clamming, and low season for urban vacays and state parks.
This year, Seattle theaters offer a mix of classic tales and clever twists on familiar stories. Oh, and Paddington is here to save Christmas.
If you’re looking to update your kitchen tools or even buy a holiday gift for a foodie friend, here’s what Seattle area food experts say you should splurge or save on.
In a regular year, the concert industry begins to slow down when we start carving turkeys. This is not a regular year.
No online retailer could ever replicate recommendations from a local bookseller, so we asked four of the Seattle area’s very best for their picks.
The story of Thanksgiving neglects a history of genocide and violence against Native peoples. Here’s how some Native Seattleites are reframing the holiday.
The holiday season brings big, fun romps as well as prestige projects. Here’s a guide to everything from a “Puss in Boots” sequel to films getting Oscar buzz.
Ditch the cooking stress this year and check out this list of Seattle-area restaurants offering to-go and dine-in Thanksgiving meals.
Bringing some mindfulness to Thanksgiving can help you dial up the joy while turning down the volume on stressful or judgmental thoughts about your eating.