Queen Anne Events: Things to Do in February

February isn’t a busy month in our neighborhood, but that doesn’t mean there’s nothing to do! Check out some of these events happening throughout the month, and mark your calendars!

February 2-11: Swan Lake
7:30pm or 1pm | McCaw Hall
The much loved production of Swan Lake returns to McCaw Hall on February 2nd, with nearly 10 days of magical performances. Swan Lake is a Kent Stowell production, featuring the classic score from Tchaikovsky.

February 4: Scandinavian Pancake Breakfast
8am – 1pm | Swedish Club NW
The Swedish Club NW’s monthly pancake breakfast features an authentic Swedish pancake breakfast complete with ham, lingonberries and all of the fixings. This month, it will take place on February 4th, with live music from Spelmanslag, Skandia Kapell and Bjarne Jacobsen. The price is $11 for adults, $9 for club members and $5 for children ages 5-12.

February 10 & 11: Têt in Seattle – Vietnamese Lunar New Year
8am – 1pm | Seattle Center Armory & Fisher Pavilion
Seattle Center’s Festál continues in February, with the Vietnamese Lunar New Year celebration, Têt. This cultural celebration is about welcoming spring and chasing away any evil spirits with a special roaring lion dance and firecrackers. The year 2018 is the “Year of the Dog”, and this celebration will include live performances, Vietnamese cuisine, crafts and hands-on activities, games, martial arts, and much more.

February 23: All Beet Dinner Pop-Up
6:30pm – 10pm | The Bite Box
Chef Aaron Tekulve from The Bite Box is presenting a special pop-up dinner on February 23rd to feature some delicious dishes with beets as the star ingredient. There will be a trio of tasting dishes, followed by 6 courses with beets paired with other fresh and tasty ingredients. Tickets are $95 per person—reserve your space ahead of time to ensure your seat!

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