You do not have to be Irish to appreciate that fun and
enjoyment that comes on St. Patrick’s Day! Luckily, there are so many local places
that you can join in on some of the festivities. Whether you are looking to have
a night out on the town, celebrate with the family, or prefer to stay in, our
list has you covered.
St. Patrick’s Day is coming up on Sunday, March 17th.
Adult Fun Ideas-
The Scottsman Bistro in Mukilteo is celebrating St. Patrick’s Day a day early. On Saturday night from 6:00 to 11:00 pm they will be having great food and drink specials and some fabulous local musicians will be performing. For a list of performers click on the link. https://mukilteorestaurant.com/events/2019-03/
Shawn O’Donnells in Everett is the place to be on St. Patrick’s Day! They will be celebrating all day long starting at 7:00 am. They will have live Irish music, face painting, Irish dancers, as well as a traditional Irish buffet. While you are there you might as well grab a green beer or two! https://www.shawnodonnells.com/calendar-events
The Irish Heritage Club Festival in
Seattle is a two-day event that is perfect for families. They will be holding
Irish cooking lessons, have plenty of live music and entertainment, children
contests, and a play place. Plus there will be a raffle for a trip to Ireland!
You do not want to miss this! For a full list of activities go to the link. http://irishclub.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/11/2019-Festival-Program.pdf
Run in Kirkland. What a great and healthy way to get the family out to
celebrate St. Patrick’s Day before you consume all that delicious food and
pints after the run! Join other Irish culture enthusiasts, help benefit local
non-profits, and have some family fun! http://www.kirklandshamrockrun.com/
Staying in does not mean that you must miss out on all the
St. Patrick’s Day fun. Why don’t you try cooking some of these traditional
Irish dishes? We have even included an adult beverage that is sure to be a
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Here are a few things new homeowners can do to save on energy and maintenance.
When you’ve just purchased a new home, there’s a ton on your mind. There’s moving, decorating, getting to know your new neighborhood, and more. Here are a few things that should be at the top of your to-do list, because they’ll save you a lot of money.
Check on your water heater
Set your water heater for 120 degrees Fahrenheit. This is plenty hot enough for bathing, washing dishes, and any other household use of hot water, so heating water above 120 degrees is a waste of energy and money. And if your water heater is an older model, it’s worthwhile to invest in a water heater blanket to keep it insulated.
Replace air filters
Sellers often put in a lot of cosmetic work to get the home move-in ready, but they often skip or forget about air filters in the HVAC system. Filters can be found at your local hardware store (just make sure to get the right size) and are easy to replace. Doing so will improve air flow and quality, and save on energy costs.
Get a smart thermostat
A smart thermostat, such as Nest, will cost you some money up front but is well worth the long-term savings. It’s programmable so that your AC and furnace run at lower levels when you’re not home, so you’re not wasting money to cool or heat an empty house.
Set up a space to air-dry clothes
Whether it’s a rack in your laundry room or a clothesline in the back yard, air-drying clothes is a big money saver over even the most energy-efficient dryers. Air-drying your garments will also help them last much longer.
Check for leaks and running toilets
A leaky faucet or a constantly-running toilet will use up water unnecessarily, and that’ll show up on your utility bill. And in the worst case, they’ll cause expensive water damage and mold.