Weekly Round-Up: 7 Fun Bellevue Events This Weekend!

What will you do this weekend in Bellevue? How about a comedy show, an Easter egg hunt, or a jazz night that will dazzle everyone in the family? Make sure to invite a friend or two!

1.) Comedian Bert Kreischer Live

Friday, March 27-Saturday, March 28
Watch Bert Kreishcer regale Bellevue’s Parlor Live audience with his humor! Bert’s notorious background includes a wild college life that resulted in “The National Lampoon’s Van Wilder” and stints on both FX and Comedy Central shows. Learn more about Bert or purchase tickets to one of the 4 evening events here.




2.) NCAA Tournaments: March Madness at Bellevue Bars

Now-Monday, April 6
March Madness is still going strong. Check out the tournament schedule, then find a sports-friendly bar in Bellevue to take in the game with friends. Keep the competition friendly with drinks and dining at local destinations like Tap House Grill and Blue Martini.






Village Theatre's No Way to Treat a Lady
Image Courtesy of Village Theatre

Now-Sunday, April 26
Music, laughs, thrills, and one performance that will fully capture your attention and imagination: see Village Theatre’s production of No Way to Treat a Lady for a night of performing arts you won’t forget. No Way to Treat a Lady has been a novel, movie, and then became a musical in 1999. Learn more about this production with a plot of murder, humor, and romance and see the excitement for yourself!



4.) Dinner & Dancing Family Workshop

Saturday, March 28
Enjoy this opportunity to introduce kids to jazz while everyone enjoys dinner with a jazz performance and workshop! The KidsQuest Children’s Museum will host a night of dinner and dancing from 5:45 p.m.-8 p.m. led by Seattle choreographer Xaviera Vandermay’s dance company 3rd Shift Dance. Advance registration is recommended; ticket prices range from $8-$13. Get the details on this event and jazz up your evening!


5.) Community Easter Egg Hunt

Saturday, March 28
Easter egg hunts are a springtime tradition for many. Get in on the hunt at the Lake Hills Elementary School in Bellevue on Saturday afternoon from 3 p.m.-5:30 p.m. LOVE Bellevue and Essential Church present this event featuring inflatables, hot dogs, face painting, Easter Bunny photos, and 20,000 Easter eggs that need to be found! The best part? The Community Easter Egg Hunt is completely free. See more information.


6.) Beat the Bunny 5K Run & Walk

Beat the Bunny 5K

Image Courtesy of City of Redmond, Washington

Saturday, March 28
You’ll run like a bunny during this festive 5K in nearby Redmond! Both kids and adults are encouraged to walk or run, and children under age 15 will be able to join the Scrambled Egg Kids Dash before the race. One more reason to race: gift certificates courtesy of local running store Super Jock N’ Jill will be given to the fastest three male and female racers! From 9 a.m.-11:30 a.m.; cost to run is $30 (Kids Dash free). Buy tickets and see the full schedule here.

7.) Kiln-Glass Portraits Class for Kids

Saturday, March 28
The Bellevue Arts Museum presents a special class inspired by the museum’s current Emerge/Evolve exhibit. Artists aged 7-10 years will learn artistic methods and craft a kiln-glass portrait to keep. Make it a full day of art: after the class, explore the Bellevue Arts Museum’s other exhibits.





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