Cool, calm, and collected.
What: Take a mini break with The Spa at The Inn at Langley’s just-launched getaways. You’ll get three custom-designed treatments, healthy meals by chef Matt Costello, and myriad extras to soothe your soul.
Why: From beach walks and yoga to mud wraps and nutritional counseling, the spa is your oyster.
When: Thru June 30.
Where: 400 First St., Langley (360-221-3033).
What: Relive your adolescence with miniature golf mayhem. The putt-putt pop-up has wacky hijinks and zany holes, as if a mad scientist created it all.
Why: Fire golf balls from a cannon and through a room booby-trapped with lasers.
When: Thru Apr. 28. Fri.-Sun., tee times vary.
Where: 1950 First Ave. S. Tickets ($10-$20) at smashputt.com.
What: Comedy, variete, and burlesque performances scheduled as an escape to our (exceptionally) rainy season.
Why: Out-there talents such as strong men and women, bubble acts, and foot jugglers.
When: Thru Apr. 14. Performance days and times vary.
Where: Hale’s Palladium, 4301 Leary Way NW (206-706-1544); Broadway Performance Hall, 1625 Broadway. Tickets ($10-$85) at moisturefestival.com.
Rain Shadow Meats Squared
What: The little brother of beloved old-school butcher shop Rain Shadow Meats opens in Pioneer Square.
Why: Hot plates, sandwiches, and local wine and beer.
When: Daily, 10 a.m.-7 p.m.
Where: 404 Occidental Ave. (206-467-4854).
What: Local yoga teacher Emily Kasman leads you through a class with a DJ on the dance floor at Q Nightclub.
Why: The bar will be open and serving coconut water for thirsty yogis.
When: Sat. Doors open at 3 p.m.
Where: 1426 Broadway (206-432-9306). Tickets at emilykasman.com/yoga-unique ($11) or at the door ($15).
Get It Now
What: Have almost anything from almost anywhere delivered to you within an hour for an affordable fee (starting at $7) with the new mobile app.
Why: Never run an errand again.
When: You gotta have it.
Where: At postmates.com/getitnow.
Photo: Jim Carroll / Courtesy of The Spa at The Inn at Langley