Family Fun with Seattle Center Whirligig

Seattle Center Whirligig brings games, entertainment and great food to the Armory for non-stop fun for kids. The newly renovated Seattle Center Armory has been transformed into a colorful hub of lively child-sized entertainment for Seattle Center Whirligig. You’ll find super-sized inflatable rides, balloon artists, face painters, and caricaturists as well as an assortment of [...]

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New ORCA Visitor Day Pass Launched This Week

Now visitors to Downtown can utilize the new ORCA Day Pass to cover all their transportation needs in a day for one price. The convenience and efficiency of using an ORCA card will now be available to visitors, friends and/or family who are just passing through town.  Or, perhaps you know you’re going to need flexible [...]

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Bell Street Park Grand Opening Celebration!

Come and join friends and neighbors to celebrate the grand opening of this new public park space with live music and family activities. Seattle Parks and Recreation is ready to officially announce the completion of Bell Street Park. Come witness the ribbon-cutting ceremony and take part in the celebration of this brand new public space [...]

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Bring Your Ballots to the Save Metro Ballot Party

Remember to vote for the April 22 Special Election and join Move King County Now and Washington Bus for the Save Metro Ballot Party this Wednesday. The ballots are out and now it’s time to vote “Yes” on Prop. 1. King County Metro needs your vote to save transit from a 17% cut in service. [...]

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Downtown Lowdown – Week of April 7-13

Downtown Lowdown – your weekly dose of the top-level things, events, specials and happenings in Downtown Seattle this week. If it’s happening…and it’s “happening”…you’ll find it here. Monday, April 7 – Bryan Ferry British musical icon Bryan Ferry will be coming through Seattle on his first North American tour in three years. The tour features [...]

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