Posts Tagged ‘Pioneer Square’

Stretch it out in Occidental Square Park

Join the 11 million other people who love Pilates classes. We’re now offering them for free in Occidental Square Park. Join us and Kinesia Pilates for free Pilates classes at Occidental Square Park! The Pilates classes will teach attendees about the fundamentals of Pilates straight from the original book by Joe Pilates, “Returning to Life.” Pilates is a […]

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King County Metro – What Does the Future Hold?

It’s a question worth asking. What does the future hold for our transportation network? King County Metro wants your input and time’s running out to provide it. King County Metro is asking for you to take a brief survey, a chance to inform them about dealing with the growth facing our city and our region. […]

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Celebrate Downtown with Post Alley Hooley and First Thursday

Thursday, Aug. 6 will be a vibrant celebration of art and culture with two events in Downtown — Post Alley Hooley and First Thursday. From 5 – 8 p.m. on Aug. 6, over 35 art venues in Pioneer Square including galleries, museums, restaurants, bars and shops will open to the public for free. Head down to Pioneer Square for […]

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Downtown Lowdown: Week of Aug. 3 – 9

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, Aug. 3 —  WICKED at The Paramount KidsQuest Children’s Museum will be in Westlake Park every Monday for a FREE Science and Technology based kids activity. Join them Monday, Aug. 3 […]

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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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