Posts Tagged ‘Downtown’

Downtown Lowdown: Feb. 17 – 22

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. All week long: Octopus Week at the Seattle Aquarium Get to know one of the most elusive and fascinating creatures in the Puget Sound, the […]

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Homelessness Advocacy Workshop offered this weekend

Learn about homelessness, services and more by taking part in a Homelessness Advocacy 101 workshop. Every winter the Seattle/King County Coalition on Homelessness builds on the energy of the over 900 volunteers who participate in the One Night Count  and offer the opportunity to learn how to advocate at the state level for more affordable housing, shelter […]

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Show Your Neighbor A Little Lovin’

Do you love your neighbor? Do you want to show them a little love? February 14 is the perfect day to do so — not just because it’s Valentine’s Day — it’s Neighbor Appreciation Day! Neighbor Appreciation Day is a day to reach out to neighbors, create new friends and express thanks to those who help make […]

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Calling All 12s! Seahawks Rally scheduled for Blue Friday, Jan. 16 in Westlake Park

Seahawks are playing for the NFC Championship…again. Let’s throw a party at Westlake Park! Last year, hundreds (if not thousands) of Seahawks fans turned up to pump up Downtown ahead of the NFC Championship game. Let’s do it again this year! We’re getting ready to celebrate it in a big way on Friday, Jan. 16. All Seahawks […]

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Downtown Lowdown: Week of Jan. 5 – 11

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, Jan. 5 — Shalom! Open for Business Tales of Jewish Merchants in Washington State MOHAI’s new exhibit of the Washington State Jewish Historical Society features uplifting and […]

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