Events

Music Under the Stars Coming to Columbia City

Music Under the Stars Coming to Columbia City

Seattle Chamber Music Society presents free music in Columbia Park Gather friends and family, pack a picnic, stretch out on the lawn, and enjoy some of the best classical music ever written. It’s another summer of Music Under the Stars, a series of free outdoor musical evenings presented by the […]

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SAT: Learn to Make Your Home the Best it Can Be with Bayle & Co.

SAT: Learn to Make Your Home the Best it Can Be with Bayle & Co.

This week, South Seattle-based interior designer Michele Bayle, owner of Bayle & Co. in Seward Park, is teaming up with local realtor and Redecorate, Remodel or Move publisher Patricia Wangsness to answer your questions on how to make your home the best it can be. The event is planned for this […]

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SAT: DeFranco Insurance 3rd Annual Customer Appreciation Day

SAT: DeFranco Insurance 3rd Annual Customer Appreciation Day

Are you wondering what do with all the stuff you’ve piled up while spring cleaning? Not to worry, DeFranco Insurance can help! Please join us for a fun day of: food and drinks a chance to win free Mariners tickets free document shredding (limit of up to 4 banker boxes) […]

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No June Gloom Here: 16 Fun South Seattle Events

No June Gloom Here: 16 Fun South Seattle Events

The first official day of Summer is coming up on June 20, and our South Seattle event calendar is heating up fast with no less than 14 fun events happening right here in Seattle’s most vibrant community. Follow the links for more details. Enjoy, neighbors! 1. 3-on-3 Ballin’ for the […]

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Bicycle Sundays are Back + Top 12 Bike Trail Etiquette Tips

Bicycle Sundays are Back + Top 12 Bike Trail Etiquette Tips

Bicycle Sundays – one of South Seattle’s most beloved traditions – are back, and Lake Washington Boulevard between Mount Baker Beach Park and Seward Park will be closed to motorized traffic from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on 14 different Sundays this spring and summer (see list below). Before you […]

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Happy Spring: Columbia City Farmers Market is Back!

Happy Spring: Columbia City Farmers Market is Back!

The Columbia City Farmers Market (CCFM) — one of the largest farmers markets in the Northwest — kicks-off its 19th year today with loads of farmers and food vendors selling a delicious assortment of early spring greens, organic poultry and meats, cheeses, fresh eggs, wild salmon and seasonal cut flowers. […]

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SAT: Windermere’s 6th Annual Free Recycling & Paper Shredding Event

SAT: Windermere’s 6th Annual Free Recycling & Paper Shredding Event

Are you wondering what do with all the stuff you’ve piled up while spring cleaning? Not to worry, Windermere Mount Baker can help! Saturday, April 29 10 am – 2 pm Drop off at Rainier Community Center (NE Parking Lot; 4600 38th Ave. S.; Seattle, WA 98118) Bring your old […]

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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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Pile of colorful Easter eggs

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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