Ballard Events: Things to Do in March

Are you looking for some fun and exciting activities during the final weeks of March? Whether you are seeking family fun, outdoor activities, or all of the above, our neighborhood has a ton of engaging activities for couples, families and more. If you are looking for a few fun events to participate in, be sure to add some of these local activities to your list!

March 15-April 8: Moisture Festival

Times vary | Hale’s Ales Palladium

Anyone interested in a stage performance like no other should consider attending Ballard Moisture Festival! This showcase is a unique comedy/variete. This fun spectacle is made up of 3-15 minute performances by magicians, jugglers, acrobats, strong men and women and more! You can catch these novel performances now through April 8.

March 22-24: Ballard High School Playmakers Present “Damn Yankees

Times vary | Earl Kelly Performing Arts Center at Ballard High School

Don’t miss your chance to get tickets to Ballard High School’s presentation of “Damn Yankees!” This musical is a comedy with classic songs such as “Whatever Lola Wants” and “Heart.” Preformed by Ballard High School actors and orchestra, this play is a must see! You can purchase your tickets at

March 19: Games for Good

5:30 – 7:30pm | Lagunitas Taproom

What better way to spend a Monday than with beer, games, and more?! Plus, this event benefits charity. Games for Good at Lagunitas Taproom will feature live music, cornhole, giant Jenga, trivia, and more. For a $5 cover, guests will gain access to all of the games plus two slices of pizza. Proceeds from this event go toward FamilyWorks, a food bank and resource center for families in need. Be sure to get your taste of many delicious varieties of Lagunitas beer while also supporting your community.

March 31: Easter Egg Coloring Party

11:30am | Ray’s Cafe

Easter is right around the corner! For anyone seeking a great place to get together with their community, consider attending Ray’s Cafe Easter Egg Coloring Party. This event will take place on Ray’s covered patio, starting at 11:30 a.m. Children will have access to dyeing kits and hard-boiled eggs to make unique creations. Ray’s full menu will also be available during this event. Families will be asked to provide $10 donations to Mary’s Place, a center that empowers homeless women, children, and families, as the cost of entry.