It’s cold out there! Even some cities that typically don’t receive snow felt winter’s bitter chill. But, we’re here to help you dig out, get out of your house and find some awesome things do that are guaranteed to warm you up! Here’s what we recommend this weekend:

Seattle:
As the Midwest digs out from yet another snowstorm; our Feelday friends are offering a chance to transport yourself, your friends and family to the Artic courtesy of the Pacific Science Center’s Polar Science Weekend. From Feb. 28 through March 3 you can learn how to build an igloo, see Adelie penguins in action, take a salinity taste test, join an ice smashing demonstration, touch polar bear fur and learn what you can do to help the artic environment. The weekend event is free for Pacific Science Center members thanks to NASA’s support.

Kansas City:
Congratulations Chiefs fans- you have a new quarterback and a good one too. That means it’s time to celebrate. Get up and get moving. Friday night at 8 p.m. head down to the VooDoo Lounge at Harrahs Casino in North Kansas City and find your groove at the Avant concert. A little R&B will help practice your quarterback dance and put some feeling back in your feet. Come on- we know how much snow you got this week!

Birmingham:
Got plans Sunday night? No? Good. Find your inner rock star starting at 9 p.m. at the Iron Horse Café and karaoke with Johnny D. This venue touts “size DOES matter” so maybe that’s a good reason to exercise your vocal skills. We know temperatures are a little chilly in Alabama right now, so a little exercise will certainly warm you up from the inside out. See you Sunday.

Boston:
Alright, we hear you Boston- you’re tired of winter. Don’t worry- Feelday has a few ideas to help solve the weekend blues. This weekend, take a trip to the Southwest or maybe your winter chill is so deep you need the intensity of the South America sun. You can accomplish all of it without buying an expensive plan ticket. Zip up your parka and head over to the Peabody Harvard Museum and check out the Storied Walls: Murals of the Americas collection. Explore wall paintings from the Hopi village of Awatovi in Arizona, the Maya murals from Guatemala, Mexico and Peru. Believe us, with these relics, you’ll feel the heat, plus you’re adding culture to your repertoire and it’s warm inside.

Knoxville:
Don’t let a little rain stop you from getting your weekend started because trust me- you’re not going to want to miss Brian Regan at the Tennessee Theatre on Friday, March 1. Starting at 8 p.m., be prepared to laugh until your sides ache. He’s that funny. Have you heard his bit about Pop Tarts? It’ll change your whole perspective on the tasty, sweet treat. Hurry- get your tickets!

Didn’t see you city? Head over to Eventful and see what’s happening this weekend in your town. We list millions of events so you’re guaranteed to find something you want to do.

 

By Alicia