Events

Northwest African American Museum Presents Daniel Minter

Northwest African American Museum Presents Daniel Minter

Earlier this month, South Seattle’s Northwest African American launched “Daniel Minter: Carvings” revealing the tactile method employed to resurface histories and folklore of the Black Diaspora. Indeed, painter, sculptor and illustrator Daniel Minter uses cultural iconography to represent the rich and complex heritage of the Black American South, which he […]

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It’s a Spring Eggstravaganza! 6 South Seattle Egg Hunts

Are you hoping to attend an egg hunt without leaving the neighborhood? No problem! We hunted far and wide and found four eggs-tra special events right here in our own South Seattle community. Pro-tip: Arrive early, as hunts are often over within just a few minutes. Enjoy! Friday, April 14 […]

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Plate of Nations 2017 Urges Diners to Stand Up and Eat!

Plate of Nations 2017 Urges Diners to Stand Up and Eat!

From the MLK Business Association: In a time of uncertainty for our ethnic and immigrant neighbors, 7th Annual Plate of Nations urges vote of support with forks, fingers, and chopsticks March 24 – April 9th, 2017. Recent events in our country have shone a light on our ethnic and immigrant neighbors, […]

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Complex Exchange: Communities of Yesterday & Tomorrow

The Seattle Art Museum (SAM) and the Northwest African American Museum (NAAM) have announced the participants for Complex Exchange: Communities of Yesterday and Tomorrow. This recurring series pairs Seattle community members from a variety of disciplines in conversations to tackle themes inspired by an exhibition. This edition of Complex Exchange […]

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South Seattle Home Fair: Landslide & Earthquake Protection

South Seattle Home Fair: Landslide & Earthquake Protection

This weekend, the City of Seattle is hosting an event to help you prepare for an emergency. Hosted by the Seattle Department of Construction and Inspections, this event is your chance to ask questions about your planned remodel and our permitting process, code requirements, and rental housing and tenant assistance […]

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Love is in the Air at Southeast Seattle Senior Center

By Lynda Greene, Executive Director, Southeast Seattle Senior Center Mark Twain once famously said, “Age is an issue of mind over matter. If you don’t mind, it doesn’t matter.” At the Southeast Seattle Senior Center (SESSC) we take this quote to heart. Since 1961, the SESSC has addressed the emotional, […]

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Got to Run! 16 Seward Park Races in 2017

Got to Run! 16 Seward Park Races in 2017

Have you ever wished for a list of the most popular Seward Park fun runs — either to join in or avoid the traffic on race day? Well look no further because we’ve got the rundown right here! Follow the links for more information. 1. Fitness for Vitality Resolution Series […]

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Windermere Mount Baker Presents 2017 Housing Market Predictions

Windermere Mount Baker Presents 2017 Housing Market Predictions

Last year was was another stellar year for the Seattle housing market, in which a surplus of buyers and a deficit of sellers drove home prices higher across the board. Will we see more of the same this year, or is a cool down in the cards? How will the […]

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NW African American Museum Presents “An Elegant Utility”

NW African American Museum Presents “An Elegant Utility”

This month, the Northwest African American Mudeum (NAAM) kicks off a the timely exhibit, “An Elegant Utility” by local artist Inye Wokoma, starting Sat. Jan. 28, at 7 p.m., with a night of music, open dialogue, interactive activities and complimentary refreshments. Shelf Life Community Story Booth will also be on-hand […]

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Food is Love: Help Feed Hungry South Seattle Neighbors

Food is Love: Help Feed Hungry South Seattle Neighbors

Did you know that one in five kids in Washington state lives in a household struggling to put food on the table? And that one in five Washingtonians relies on their local food bank? Who is hungry in Washington? A surprisingly high number of our neighbors, friends and families. Children […]

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