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Historic Seattle Hosts Free Lecture and Tour on The Sorrento Hotel, a Seattle Landmark

Join Historic Seattle for a free (or small donation) lecture about the Sorrento Hotel, one of Seattle’s historic landmarks. Michael Malone, owner and 2011 Historic Seattle Preservation recipient, will talk about the hotel’s refurbishment into a luxury hotel under his stewardship and the value of preserving vestiges of Seattle’s past. It will be held on […]

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All are Invited to the Lincoln Park P-Patch Annual Fall Pumpkin Festival

All are invited to Solstice Park Hill for the annual Lincoln Park Fall Pumpkin Festival this Saturday, October 18. There will be organically grown pumpkins, herbs, baked goods, and crafts. The address is 7400 Fauntleroy Way SW behind the tennis courts. Come and join us the P-Patch gardeners in celebrating a bountiful growing season

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Carlos Bulosan Centennial Commemorated with Free Events

A broad coalition of educators, union activists, community organizers, and artists have organized a two-month-long series of free events to commemorate Carlos Bulosan’s 100th birthday and to cement his place in Seattle’s history. The events will share Bulosan’s history, artistic work and impact even today on contemporary social justice issues. This project is funded in […]

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Free Preservation Advocacy Workshop on November 8

Get a crash course in preservation advocacy and learn effective tools for saving places that matter!  Chris Moore, Executive Director of the Washington Trust for Historic Preservation, and Eugenia Woo, Director of Preservation Services at Historic Seattle, will present advocacy strategies related to local landmark designation, the National Register of Historic Places, the Most Endangered […]

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Come Join us at the Central Area Block Party!

The City of Seattle will be partnering with the community to host the Central Area Block Party on Saturday, September 27 at the corner of 23rd Avenue and Cherry Street (2323 E. Cherry Street) from 10:00am to 6:00pm. You won’t want to miss out on a great time with your neighbors enjoying live music, food […]

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Good Eats at the Interbay P-Patch Annual Fundraiser Dinner on 9/6

Don’t miss out on the BIG Interbay 40th Anniversary Fundraiser Dinner on Saturday, September 6 at 6 pm in the garden! This year’s dinner will be Pulled Pork (straight up or in a bun),  Corn on the Cob, Coleslaw, Potato Salad, Watermelon, Pies, and Cookies. The P-Patch will provide lemonade and iced tea. We will […]

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Save September 21 for the Grand Cajun Yesler Swamp Ribbon-Cutting Celebration

All are invited to the Grand Cajun Yesler Swamp Ribbon-Cutting Celebration on Sunday, September 21. It will be held from 2-4 p.m. at the Center for Urban Horticulture (3501 NE 41st Street). At this FREE celebration, there will be guided swamp walks and music by the Folichon Cajun Band, along with jambalaya and watermelon to enjoy. […]

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Join Us for the Upbeat on Jackson Community Concert Series Starting this Sunday

The Low Income Housing Institute and Seattle Department of Neighborhoods are pleased to announce the Upbeat on Jackson Community Concert Series at Ernestine Anderson Place, 2010 S. Jackson St.  Starting Sunday August 17 and continuing monthly for a year, Upbeat on Jackson will bring music back to the historic Jackson Street Corridor where such jazz […]

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City Awards Nearly $1.65 Million to Support Neighborhood-Initiated Projects

Mayor Ed Murray and the Seattle City Council announced today nearly $1.65 million in matching funds to support neighborhood-initiated projects across the city. Forty-three community groups received awards from Seattle Department of Neighborhoods’ Neighborhood Matching Fund Program for projects as diverse as an Afro-Latino arts education program to the creation of welcoming gateways to neighborhoods. […]

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