Archive for 'Georgetown'
Organized by PACE (People’s Academy for Community Engagement) students, and funded by the Neighborhood Matching Fund Small Sparks program, this fun event encourages teams of two to explore the Georgetown neighborhood in search of answers to various clues and riddles. Come join the fun this Saturday, beginning at 11 a.m. Register at Brown Paper Tickets[More]
Posted: March 19th, 2014 under Front Porch, Funding Opportunities, Georgetown, grants, Greater Duwamish District.
Tags: Brown Paper Tickets, Georgetown Great Race, grants, Neighborhood Matching Fund, PACE, Peoples Academy for Community Engagement, Seattle Department of Neighborhoods, Small Sparks
Visit our homepage and to get tools and information about the winter storm: http://www.seattle.gov/neighborhoods[More]
Posted: January 18th, 2012 under Ballard, Beacon Hill, Belltown, Broadview Bitter Lake Haller Lake, Capitol Hill, Chinatown, Crown Hill, Delridge District, Denny-Blaine, Downtown District, East District, First Hill, Front Porch, Georgetown, Greater Duwamish District, Green Lake, Greenwood, Hillman City, International District, Lake City, Lake Union District, Laurelhurst, Madison Park, Madison Valley, Madrona, Magnolia/Queen Anne District, Miller/Madison, Montlake, Morgan Junction, New Holly, North Beacon Hill, North District, North Rainier, Northeast District, Northwest District, Othello, P-Patch Community Gardening, Pioneer Square, Rainier Beach, Rainier Valley, Southeast District, Southwest District, University, Wallingford, Wedgwood, West Seattle, Yesler Terrace.
Tags: Seattle Department of Neighborhoods
Where else can you go to watch power tool races??? Plan to attend this unique, fun event, sponsored by the Georgetown Merchants Association and the Neighborhood Matching Fund. Click here for more information.[More]
Posted: May 18th, 2011 under Arts and Culture, Front Porch, Georgetown, Neighborhood Matching Fund.
Tags: Georgetown, Georgetown Carnival, Georgetown Merchants Association, grants, Neighborhood Matching Fund, Seattle Department of Neighborhoods