4 things to do in Seattle today: Thursday, November 28

Nov 28 2019, 10:32 am

Spend time this Thanksgiving with friends, family, and pets, or have some well-deserved alone time. Reflect on everything that you have, and all that you’ve accomplished so far this year.

Here are four things to do in Seattle today, November 28.

Seattle Turkey Trot

 

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It’s the 13th year of the iconic Seattle Turkey Trot that was created by three Seattle Ballardites who wanted to run on Thanksgiving to counteract the huge meals that they’d be devouring later that evening. The dog-friendly run begins at 9 am in the Sunset Hill neighborhood of Ballard and finishes at Golden Gardens Park. It’s an extremely casual run, with three waves of starters: runners, trotters, and walkers.

Time: 9 am
Location: 32nd Avenue NW and NW 85th Street, Ballard
Admission: $20+; registration is available online

Bamboo Garden

 

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Enjoy a new take on Thanksgiving dinner with a Chinese-American spin on a vegetarian turkey dinner. For only $17.95, enjoy a fixed menu of corn chowder soup, roast chicken puff appetizer, fresh-baked yam with pineapple and orange sauce, sauteed fresh broccoli, smoked vegetarian turkey, mixed nut and vegetable stuffing, and apple pie. Reservations are recommended and can be made through the phone.

Thanksgiving hours: 11 am to 10 pm
Location: 364 Roy Street, Seattle
Pricing: $17.95
Phone: 206-282-6616

Poo Poo Point – Chirico Trail

 

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Go on a hike. Don’t let the name fool you: this hike is a beloved trail up Tiger Mountain in the Issaquah Alps. Not only is this a popular four-mile hike, but it’s also a popular place to go paragliding. You’ll love the easy gradual incline and the pit stop at the first launch zone — a grassy field that has a beautiful view of Mt. Rainier. Once you take in the view, it’s a short 15 to 20 minutes to the second and final viewpoint. A nice flat spot with a view of Issaquah down below and Seattle in the distance. Information about the hike can be found online.

Experience Momentum Thanksgiving Workout

 

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Experience Momentum is more than a simple traditional workout, it integrates CrossFit, Bootcamp, and RunStrong to build your mind and body. The studio itself offers physical therapy, massage therapy, nutritionists, fitness, and CrossFit. The location will be hosting a Thanksgiving workout in the morning and then shutting its doors for the rest of the holiday.

Time: 8 to 9 am
Location: Experience Momentum Fremont, 1100 N 35th Street, Seattle
Admission: $12 drop-in fee for non-members

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