Posts Tagged ‘Seattle’

St. Patrick’s Day Dash: Celebrate the Arrival of Spring…and the Irish in everyone!

The annual St. Patrick’s Day 5K Dash is Sunday, March 15. The dash features a new map this year, and registration must be done BEFORE the day of the event. Register now! All are welcome to run, walk, jog or crawl on March 15th from Seattle Center, through the streets of Downtown along 4th Ave, and then […]

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Facebook edits its “current location,” to move to SLU

Facebook is nearly quadrupling its size in Seattle and moving into the new Dexter Station building in SLU. According to the PSBJ, Facebook’s new digs will feature 280,000 square feet, which is nearly five times the space Facebook currently rents in Seattle. The eight floors Facebook is leasing at Dexter Station are big enough to house around 2,000 […]

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Sweethearts in Seattle: Valentine’s Day events in Downtown

We’re not against celebrating your love (or your love for yourself!) every day of every week, but the official day-of-love is this weekend…we’ve got you covered for some lovely events in Downtown! So it’s Valentine’s Day in three days and you’ve still not made plans? Don’t worry, here are some great events in Downtown! Valentine’s […]

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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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Spend MLK Day Volunteering!

Want to spend Jan. 19 honoring the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. by Volunteering? Volunteer for several projects throughout the Puget Sound! United Way estimates nearly 2,000 people joined their volunteer efforts last MLK Day. Want to join in? You can register up to the morning of Jan. 19 for different volunteer opportunities. […]

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