Posts Tagged ‘Downtown’

Voter Registration Status – Know Your Status

Moved recently? Make sure your voter registration is up to date so you can receive your ballot in the mail. If you’ve moved recently, now is a good time to update your voter registration. The King County Transportation District measure will have a profound effect on transit and transportation options in Downtown, so make sure [...]

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Downtown Restaurants Open on Christmas Day

Looking for a festive meal out of the house on Christmas? We’ve got you covered. Here is a list of Downtown restaurants that will cook you for you on Christmas Day, including everything ranging from casual diner to fine dining.   5 Point Café 415 Cedar Street 206-448-9993 http://www.the5pointcafe.com/ Choice of prime rib with au [...]

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Antioch University Hosting Open House

Interested in continuing your education in a convenient Downtown setting? Antioch University Seattle is hosting an open house where you can learn more about the school’s innovative curriculum, faculty, degrees and certificate programs. Next Tuesday, April 19th, visit the university for refreshments and choose from different sessions where you can learn more about the program [...]

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Save the Date: Downtown Residents Council Quarterly Forum

The Downtown Residents Council is hosting a conversation with Councilmember Sally Bagshaw, Chair of the Parks Committee, and Victoria Schoenburg, Strategic Advisor for Center City Parks, for the spring quarter forum focused on public spaces. Downtown Seattle is home to more than two dozen parks, community centers and open spaces – part of what makes [...]

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Downtown Residents and Visitors Express Strong Support for Children’s Play Space

The Downtown Seattle Association is working to make Downtown more family and kid-friendly and has identified development of an outdoor children’s play space in the Retail Core as an immediate priority. Downtown residents have been asked to submit their feedback and comments on the proposal and the response has been tremendous in just the first [...]

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