We’re excited for the re-opening of City People’s in February, as well as these other neighborhood events…

Throughout February: Workshops at City People’s Garden Store
Various Dates | City People’s Garden Store
City People’s Garden Store re-opens in February! Each month, the City People’s Garden Store offers a variety of workshops. In February, the workshops offered are as follows:

February 2: First Thursday Tram Tour
11am — 12pm | Washington Park Arboretum
The Washington Park Arboretum’s 13-passenger tram offers monthly tours of the expansive nature park. Riders and participants on the first Thursday tour each month will learn about highlights of the season, new plantings, history of the Arboretum and more as they travel from the Graham Visitors Center to the Pacific Connections Garden. This is an open-air tour that operates year-round, rain or shine. Register here.

February 5: Left Coast Wine Tasting
11am — 5pm | Madrona Wine Merchants
Madrona Wine Merchants is doing a free tasting on February 5th, with two wines from the West Coast: 2015 Disruption Chardonnay, and 2012 Scotto Old Vine Zinfandel.

February 14: Valentine’s Day at Cafe Flora
5pm — 10pm | Cafe Flora
Cafe Flora in Madison Valley is serving a wonderful vegetarian prix fixe menu for Valentine’s Day! The cost is $75 per person, and reservations are required. Call 206-325-9100 to reserve your table.

February 14: Valentine’s Day at Luc
5pm — 10pm | Luc
Luc, one of the best French bistros in the city, is serving a fabulous and romantic prix fixe Valentine’s Day menu. The three-course menu is $60 per person, with an add-on wine pairing of $23 per person. Call 206-328-6645 to reserve your table.

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