Posts Tagged ‘Waterfront’

Toddler Time at the Seattle Aquarium Feb. 10, 23, 24

Drop in to the classrooms at the Seattle Aquarium for Toddler Time on select Mondays and Tuesdays in February. Drop in for any length of time 9:30am-noon. From dressing up like a wolf eel to fish-print painting and water play with ocean animal toys, Toddler Time will keep even the busiest of bodies engaged and entertained. […]

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Downtown Lowdown: Week of Feb. 9 – 15

Downtown Lowdown: your weekly dose of the top-level things, events, specials and happenings in Downtown Seattle this week. If it’s happening — and it’s “happening” — you’ll find it here. Monday, Feb. 9 — Pompeii at Pacific Science Center Experience Pompeii before and after the epic eruption 2,000 years ago. Imagine the moment their world vanished […]

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Artist commissioned to help design playspaces for new Waterfront

Cedric Bomford has been commissioned by the Seattle Office of Arts & Culture as part of the renovations to the Waterfront in Downtown Seattle. The theme for the new Waterfront area is “Art, Design and Play.” Bomford will help in the designing of play areas or equipment for Waterfront Seattle. Bomford will join a team of architects, […]

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Bertha News: Get an update on Bertha and the tunnel from WSDOT

Pioneer Square’s First Thursday Speaker Series will focus on the progress that’s been made to fix Bertha and start work on the SR 99 Tunnel again. The new year is off to a busy start as the Washington Department of Transportation (WSOT) continues work to replace the Alaskan Way Viaduct. Join WSDOT and Seattle Tunnel […]

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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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