October 11, 2021.Reading time 3 minutes.
This Indigenous Peoples’ Day we gratefully recognize and honor the Suquamish, Duwamish, Nisqually, Snoqualmie, Muckleshoot (Ilalkoamish, Stuckamish, and Skopamish), and other Coast Salish Peoples’, on whose ancestral homelands we live, work, and gather today. In the city, whose very name comes from the Suquamish and Duwamish Leader, Chief Seattle, we know that we could not call this land home without the stewardship of Coast Salish Peoples’.
December 22, 2020.Reading time 5 minutes.
The holiday season can be festive and full of cheer. You hear the music, the lights, and the cartoon specials we love signal the season is here. But for some, the anticipation of the season begins long before the world is ready to accept the first ringing of Mariah Carey’s “All I want for Christmas” on the radio.
November 20, 2020.Reading time 1 minute.
Deciding what to do for holidays isn’t easy this year. This comic strip explores one woman’s dilemmas as she considers what to do for Thanksgiving as COVID cases rise in King County.
November 19, 2020.Reading time 7 minutes.
COVID-19 cases are skyrocketing in King County, Washington State and nationwide. More and more frequently, the virus is spreading within small groups and households. It’s moving from friend to friend, from family member to family member. If they weren’t already adjusting their holiday plans, people across the state must rethink them now.
October 29, 2020.Reading time 2 minutes.
In this video, three King County employees share how they will be safely celebrating Day of the Dead with their families during this pandemic to protect the community.
December 20, 2019.Reading time 4 minutes.
During this festive month, are you in a pinch for gifts for all those parties and get-togethers? Fortunately, we have some DIY ideas that will express “I care” and also announce “I am really, really craftsy!” So let’s get started. Bedazzled hand sanitizer bottle Any party host will appreciate this glamorous and practical gift! Truly, […]