Bellevue is the fifth largest city in Washington, with a people of more than 140,000 (as of 2017). Enclosed by outstanding natural beauty and outdoor spaces, this one-of-a-kind place offers the ultimate in shopping, dining and cultural attractions, all within easy walking distance of popular hotels.


Here are some of the upcoming events in Bellevue that you will surely enjoy!

โ€œGrapeFest at the Bravernโ€ – September 9,201

Wine, Wine and More Wine!

Join the Lake Washington Symphony Orchestra for their annual GrapeFest fundraiser held in the great room at the Bravern in Bellevue,11111 NE 8th St. 5:00 to 7:00 PM


2017 Spirit of Bellevue Run/Walk, Mile Challenge & Kids Fun Run โ€“ Sunday, September 10


Make Your Feet Happy!
The 2017 Spirit of Bellevue Run/Walk offers a fun and mostly flat 5K (3.1 miles) run/walk route for the whole family, a Mile Challenge for those that like to push their limits, and a Kids Fun Run.


September 13, 2017 “Walk the Waterwise Garden”


Taught by Jil Stenn. The Waterwise Garden at the Bellevue Botanical Garden demonstrates how homeowners can have healthy, attractive landscapes while conserving resources and protecting the environment. This class will focus on water-wise basics, plants, and issues to consider. A walk through the Waterwise Garden will discuss the design, maintenance, and what the garden has taught us over time, including plant selection, soil preparation, and proper irrigation.


September 16, 2017, “Fall in the Border”


Taught by Jen Boardman. Beauty in the fall garden is found in the changing leaves, fading flowers and seed pods of dormant perennials. There will be a brief slideshow followed by a stroll through the perennial border to discuss favorite fall plants with information about what to divide, cut back and leave alone.


Eats & Beats: Beats, Bats & Books – Oct 7, 2017 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm


Join the incredible musicians from the Bushwick Book Club of Seattle as they rock out to eerie interactive music and stories! Help them create terrifying tunes to classic Halloween stories. Dress up in your costume, prepare to dance, and enjoy an evening of beats based on books!


SpookFest Zip Tour Friday, Oct. 23, 2015, 6 โ€“ 8 p.m.


Ages 12 and older can enjoy a creep zipline and suspension bridge adventure, lit by glow sticks. Participants must weigh between 60 and 275 pounds. Ages 12 and 13 must be accompanied by an adult. Tours every half hour 6 to 8 p.m. Oct. 23-25 and Oct. 30-31. $39, $24 youth.


Pee Wee Pumpkin Patch – Saturday, Oct. 24, 2015, 10 โ€“ 11:30 a.m.


Kids ages 2 to 5 can enjoy music, games, pumpkin brownies, pumpkin carving and more. $25, $20 residents. Pre-register; course #96368.


Halloween Spooktacular – Monday, Oct. 26, 2015, 5 โ€“ 8 p.m.


Don your wildest, craziest or cutest costume for some hauntingly hands-on fun! Conduct science experiments in the spooky kooky laboratory, cruise the creepy cake walk, create eerie art, and marvel at the illusions of magician AlakaSam. $7 to $12. Pre-registration recommended.




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