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    702033 - Crystal Mtn Gondola &Trail Hike

    702033 - Crystal Mtn Gondola &Trail Hike

    The gondola ride at Crystal Mountain will whisk you away to the top of the world so you are able to witness the spectacular views of the Cascades and Mt. Rainier. You travel almost 2,500 ft. over alpine terrain in less than 10 minutes. It is an unforgettable journey. You can get a drink or snack at the Summit House and take in the views before heading down the Crystal Mountain Trail. We will hike back to the base through meadows and ski bowls, by alpine lakes, and even pass through an old mining camp, while taking in the wildlife, wildflowers and scenery. This is a 6 mile hike which should take 3 hours. Bring a sack lunch to eat on the trail. Difficulty rating: Moderate.

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    Add to CartAvailableCrystal Mtn Gondola &Trail Hike08/04/18- 08/04/18 8:00A- 6:00PSaLacey City Hall18 years and UpItem DetailsLocation Details

    707153 - Sequim Lavender Festival

    707153 - Sequim Lavender Festival

    Come celebrate at Sequim’s 22nd Lavender Festival. The family owned farms of Sequim and the surrounding Dungeness Valley are internationally recognized as premier lavender growers. This fun filled trip includes lavender farm tours, an arts & crafts fair, and a fantastic food court featuring lavender themed cuisine including lavender ice cream. You will experience musical entertainment and a refreshing open air beer and wine garden featuring unique locally crafted lavender wine. This annual trip is a favorite, so register now to secure your place. Fee includes any required admission to gardens.

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    Add to CartAvailableSequim Lavender Festival07/21/18- 07/21/18 7:30A- 7:00PSaLacey City Hall18 years and UpItem DetailsLocation Details

    707353 - New Day NW & Pike Place Market

    707353 - New Day NW & Pike Place Market

    Have you always wanted to be a part of a live studio audience? Well now is your chance! Join the King 5 team on the set of their popular talk show, New Day Northwest. Sit down with host Margaret Larson as she celebrates what is best in the Pacific Northwest. Come by yourself or sign up with your friends. After the show, we will take a short walk down to explore the Pike Place Market. Follow the scent of baking bread down the cobblestones to a European bakery or venture down to the original Starbucks that opened in 1971. Fee includes transportation and audience ticket. Bring money for lunch at the market.

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    Add to CartAvailableNew Day NW & Pike Place Market08/23/18- 08/23/18 7:30A- 4:00PThLacey City Hall18 years and UpItem DetailsLocation Details

    707373 - Muckleshoot Derby at Emerald Downs

    707373 - Muckleshoot Derby at Emerald Downs

    Experience the 'sport of kings' at Emerald Downs, the premier facility for horse racing in the Pacific Northwest. This date includes the Muckleshoot Derby which is the first race of the Northwest Triple Crown. Post time is 2:00 pm but we will arrive early with time to check out the facility, the paddock, and the horses. Your fee includes reserved grandstand tickets, but there are many other free seating options, including: track level apron, the “Paddock,” or out in the “Park” where picnic tables are located. You can bring a picnic lunch and drinks and small, hand held coolers. No glass or unsealed containers or bottles allowed. Leave the driving and parking to us and experience the thrill of horse racing in this safe, family-friendly environment!

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    Add to CartAvailableMuckleshoot Derby at Emerald Downs07/29/18- 07/29/18 9:30A- 6:00PSuLacey City Hall18 years and UpItem DetailsLocation Details

    707582 - Harrison Hot Springs

    707582 - Harrison Hot Springs

    Mark your calendars and get your passport or Enhanced Driver's License ready for a weekend of fun and adventure on this trip to Harrison Hot Springs Resort & Spa. This landmark British Columbia resort hotel is set on the picturesque shores of Harrison Lake and is known for the rejuvenating waters of the resorts' five on-site, natural hot spring-fed mineral pools, each of which is kept at a different temperature. Known for their rejuvenating effects, these natural hot springs are the perfect way to escape the everyday. The West Tower is where you'll find our accommodations with pampering poolside rooms that are just steps away from the spring's warm embrace. Round up your family or best friends and celebrate the spring season in beautiful Harrison. Optional activities in HHS: A Healing Springs Spa treatment and a Lake Cruise with Shoreline Tours. Fee includes van transportation and two nights' hotel accommodations in the West Tower. Meals and tourist activities are not included. Space is limited; this trip will fill fast! *Due to overnight accomodations, there will be no refunds for this trip.

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    Add to CartWaitlistHarrison Hot Springs05/26/18- 05/28/18 7:00A- 7:00PM, Sa, SuLacey City Hall18 years and UpItem DetailsLocation Details

    707583 - Sol Duc Hot Springs

    707583 - Sol Duc Hot Springs

    Nestled in the Olympic Peninsula Forest is the relaxing Sol Duc Hot Springs. Choose from three mineral hot springs and one freshwater pool all with different temperatures. There is also a hike option to Sol Duc Falls that you can do. Catch a ride in the van to the trailhead and only hike a little over a mile or hike the entire 5.3 mile loop. Bring your swimsuit, towel, sack lunch, and money for dinner in Sequim on the way home. Fee includes Olympic National Park and Hot Springs admission.

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    Add to CartWaitlistSol Duc Hot Springs06/02/18- 06/02/18 7:00A- 8:00PSaLacey City Hall18 years and UpItem DetailsLocation Details

    707793 - Portland

    707793 - Portland

    A cherished highlight of the Portland Rose Festival, the Grand Parade is a spectacular floral-filled tradition that goes back over 100 years. The parade travels well over 4 miles through Portland, but we will be enjoying one of the best kept secrets, that of comfortable, climate-controlled reserved seating inside the Memorial Coliseum. You don't miss any of the action because every all-floral float is specially-designed to fit through the giant doors of the Coliseum, and marching bands are excited to play for the first people they see. Not only will the entire parade march through the venue but we will also be part of the Queen's Coronation and the Grand Floral Walk. Your assigned seat awaits you, complete with amenities of concessions and inside restrooms. After the parade, we will travel to the International Rose Test Garden at Washington Park to view and tour the roses. There is a small gift shop bursting with Rose City souvenirs. Bring money for food and snacks and a picnic lunch to eat at the park. Fee includes van transportation and reserved seating ticket.

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    Add to CartAvailablePortland Rose Festival's Grand Parade06/09/18- 06/09/18 5:30A- 4:00PSaLacey City Hall18 years and UpItem DetailsLocation Details
    Add to CartAvailablePortland Chinese Gardens & Saturday Market08/18/18- 08/18/18 8:00A- 6:00PSaLacey City Hall18 years and UpItem DetailsLocation Details

    707843 - Bloedel Reserve, Sluys Bakery & Beach Glass Cafe

    707843 - Bloedel Reserve, Sluys Bakery & Beach Glass Cafe

    Travel to Bainbridge Island and experience the beauty and tranquility of Bloedel Reserve’s classic Northwest woodlands and gardens. Described as “forest therapy”, you will meander through this 150 acre estate of natural and landscaped garden, ponds, meadows, and traditional Japanese garden. The path is about 2 miles and easy walking except for a few areas with stairs and step terrain. This trip includes a morning stop at Sluys Poulsbo Bakery for some pastry or breads, lunch after our Bloedel adventure at the Beach Glass Café, followed by a visit to the Suquamish Museum and Cultural Center. Dress for the weather, wear comfortable walking shoes, and bring money for lunch. Fee includes admission to the garden and the museum.

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