Posts Tagged ‘Pioneer Square’

Proposed Parks smoking ban hearing is tomorrow night

The Board of Park Commissioners hearing for the updated proposed smoking ban is Thursday, May 28 and we encourage members to go and share their opinions. The Board of Park Commissioners will discuss and make recommendations on the proposed smoking ban in Seattle parks at its meeting on Thursday, May 28. This is a chance to convey […]

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Staycationing for Memorial Day Weekend? Here are some local happenings!

Sometimes the best way to spend a long weekend is by exploring your own city and relaxing. There’s plenty to do in Downtown this weekend. All Weekend Long Folklife Festival: The 44th annual Northwest Folklife Festival celebrates the music, dance, stories and art of the people of the Pacific Northwest…and it’s free! This year features 7,000 performers, […]

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It’s going to be quite a soccer weekend in Seattle

Like soccer? Big fan of the Seattle Sounders and/or the Seattle Reign? Well, this is the perfect weekend for you because both teams have home games! Seattle Reign v. China (Friday, 7pm)   The Seattle Reign will take on China’s Women’s National Team on Friday evening (7pm) at Memorial Stadium. The Reign are in the midst […]

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New Seattle Center playground opening May 22!

The new “imaginative, artists-created outdoor playground in the Next 50 Plaza will be officially opened during a Grand Opening Ceremony at noon on May 22. Join Seattle Center for the Grand Opening ceremony of the new playground, titled “Artists at Play,” at noon on Friday, May 22. Enjoy a performance by Northwest Tap Connection, Simba Youth […]

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Downtown Lowdown: Week of May 18 – 24

Downtown Lowdown: Your weekly dose of the top-level things, events, specials and happenings in Downtown Seattle. If it’s happening, you’ll find it here.   Monday, May 18 — Seattle International Film Festival (SIFF)  SIFF’s festival continues for the next three weeks, and will show more than 450 films.  Does this seem overwhelming? Fear not — The Seattle Times […]

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