Posts Tagged ‘Pioneer Square’

Occidental Square Park is your new Downtown destination for fun

Occidental Square Park is now home to ping pong, foosball and many more activities as a a part of the Urban Parks Partnership. The Downtown Seattle Association and the Metropolitan Improvement District signed an agreement with the city, putting the DSA/MID in a leadership role in Westlake Park and Occidental Square Park. Over the last […]

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The primaries are coming, the primaries are coming!

Did you forget that the primary elections are August 4? That’s okay! We have you covered. This is a big one; we’re voting for City Council and the fate of Downtown Seattle is in your hands. That’s right, the big City Council election is almost upon us and we want — nay, need — you […]

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Downtown Lowdown: Week of July 27 – August 2

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, July 27 —  WICKED at The Paramount This is the LAST week to see the “Popular” Broadway show and cultural phenomenon, WICKED. It’s in Seattle through this weekend, so grab your […]

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Free art classes and performances at Occidental Square Park begin Monday!

Want to spend some of your summer being more artistic? Join free art classes and performances through the summer in Occidental Square Park! The Seattle Office of Arts & Culture in partnership with Path with Art, the Downtown Seattle Association and Metropolitan Improvement District will bring free art classes and pop-up performances to Occidental Square […]

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Pianos in the Parks brings music to Occidental Square Park!

We know you’ve always wanted to jam out on a piano in public…now you can! Head to Occidental Square Park and give a little show with Pianos in the Parks! Pianos in the Parks is a public-private partnership that uses the power of art and music to get Downtown residents, workers and visitors out to discover […]

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