1. Go Breakfast & Bowl! Bowling is still alive and kickin' in West Seattle! West Seattle Bowl opened its doors in 1948 but this alley isn't old-school. The place just got a facelift that included a solid new restaurant. There's no better way to cure a hangover then to grab breakfast and go bowling on Saturday morning! If you buy ANY breakfast entree on Saturday morning, you will recieve 2 free games of bowling. (Games must start before 1pm the same day.) When: Saturday 11am - 1pm Where: West Seattle Bowl & Highstrike Grill Price: Breakfast entrees range from $6 - $16 Click HERE for more info. (Image Courtesy: Goodnight London. Used Under Creative Commons) 2. Go Lunar It's the year of the rabbit! Celebrate the 2011 Lunar New Year this weekend with the family. There will be calligraphy drawing, Chinese yo-yo and games, Lion and Dragon dances, Taiko drumming, martial arts and the 2nd annual Children's Parade Contest. Let you taste buds celebrate as well! Restaurants across the Chinatown-ID will be offering a variety of $2 tastes to give you the chance to sample dishes from around the world. When: Saturday 11am - 4pm Where: Hing Hay Park Price: FREE Click HERE for more info. 3. Go Brew Strange Brewfest Lucky Number 7! This one of a kind festival celebrates the imaginations of NW brewers and the dedication of NW beer enthusiasts! Strange Brewfest is the party that showcases incredibly unique and inspirational brews, encourages revelry from its glorious festival-goers, and entertains on a multitude of funkified levels! The party is on! Mission: Pleasure the Palate! Please the Patron! Perpetuate the Party! Products: Specialty brews to be tasted by the dozens. Hard ciders to be tasted by the 3. Delicious, locally catered cuisine. Random acts of enchantment. Music to make you shake your money maker. Hard pops and soft drinks. A very large sized party. Much more. When: Friday night 7pm, Saturday 1pm - 12mid, Sunday 1pm - 7pm Where: American Legion in downtown Port Townsend Price: $25 (online or cash ONLY at the door) Tickets include admission for Friday, Saturday and Sunday, souvenier tasting glass, 4 tasting tokens to get you started. Click HERE for more info. 4. Go Mariner's Run the bases, pitch and catch on the field and meet players at Safeco Field. Don't forget to bring your mitt and something to get autogrphed by some of the biggest names! Felix Hernandez, Bret Boone, Jay Buhner and many more will all be there! Check the schedule to see which players will be there on which days. When: Saturday & Sunday 11am - 4pm Where: Safeco Field Price: $10 Adults, $5 Kids (6-14), All children 5 & under are free Click HERE for more info. 5. Go Stache Celebrate the marvelous mustaches and beautiful beards of Seattle with the Beard and Stache kick off party! That's right -- Beard and Stache Fest is back for the second annual celebration of Seattle's best facial hair. There are 100 beards & staches displayed on donation cans. (The facial hair will be there in person too!) You vote for you favorite by dropping in your coins and bills. Money raised goes to the Treehouse Foundation, who are looking to improve conditions for children in our public foster care system and the families and communities who care for them. Bring your friends, bring your pocket change, and together we'll change the lives of foster kids and generally revel in all that is facial hair! Facial hair not required. Fun is mandatory! Gift bags for the first 100 attendees that come and vote for their favorite! When: Sunday 8pm - 10pm Where: Blue C Sushi 3411 Fremont Ave N Seattle Price: FREE (21 and over) Click HERE for more info.