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I Am Seattle Center-Kristin Ebeling

KRISTIN EBELING is the Director of Seattle’s Skate Like a Girl, an organization that promotes confidence, leadership and social justice through the sport of skateboarding. The group produces many events throughout the summer at Seattle Center Skatepark, Seattle Center’s skateboard park. “As someone who skated for five years without Skate Like a Girl and without […]

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July 4th Naturalization Ceremony

Seattle Center will play host to the 4th of July Naturalization Ceremony, 12pm-1:15pm., Tuesday, July 4. We hope you can join us for this event, which reaffirms the meaning of U.S. citizenship. The Honorable Richard C. Tallman, United States Circuit Court Judge, will swear in over 500 candidates from more than 80 countries as new […]

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Spirit of Indigenous People, June 24

The lively and colorful Seattle Center Festál: Spirit of Indigenous People provides a unique opportunity to experience a diversity of American Indian and Alaska Native tribal customs and culture as it focuses on traditional and contemporary music, dance, arts and crafts, 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m., Saturday, June 24, in Seattle Center Armory and Mural Amphitheatre. Spirit […]

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I Am Seattle Center-Tom Dewey

TOM DEWEY has worked at the Book-It Repertory Theatre Box Office since April 2009.  When not there, he appears as an actor on many Seattle-area stages and choreographs fights for the theatre, including for Book-It’s latest production, Welcome to Braggsville. “Last year on the education tour, we did Romeo and Juliet for the Yakima Tribal […]

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Race, Identity Culture Forum-June 16

A special noontime forum exploring cultural identity, strength, tension and celebration, Race, Identity and Culture in the Pacific Northwest, features a panel of artists, activists and historians in moderated discussion, 12 p.m. – 2 p.m., Friday, June 16, in the Simons Board Room at Seattle Art Museum. Seattle Center and Seattle Public Library will present […]

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I Am Seattle Center-Bonnie Hedman

BONNIE HEDMAN.  Known as the “Gardening Grandma,” Bonnie has a plot in the Uptown P-Patch, located on the roof of Mercer Street Parking Garage.  She is active in the gardening community there, and she works with Center School students teaching them botanical skills. “My dad was in the military and we moved about every nine […]

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Festál: Pagdiriwang Festival, June 3-4

Seattle Center Festál: Pagdiriwang Philippine Festival, 11am-7pm, Saturday and Sunday, June 3-4, in Seattle Center Armory and Mural Amphitheatre, celebrates Filipino Independence. The festival theme this year, Philippines: Land of Food and Festivals, is expressed extensively throughout the two days of the celebration through arts, artifacts, photography and film as well as traditional foods for […]

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I Am Seattle Center-Dug Hagen

DUG HAGEN, Seattle Center Sound Engineer.  Dug applies his veteran skills as a sound operator at many venues across campus, and for a variety of events, both professional and community-based. “The thing about Seattle Center is that it exists for the public’s delight, to come here and have a place to relax or to see […]

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NW Folklife Celebrates Festal

Seattle Center and Northwest Folklife deepen their longstanding partnership this year as Northwest Folklife Festival celebrates Festál Turns 20, as its Cultural Focus for 2017. The focus recognizes the outstanding series of 24 ethnic cultural festivals produced at Seattle Center on weekends throughout the year. The Cultural Focus, a “festival within a festival” that Folklife […]

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I Am Seattle Center-Annelih Hamilton

ANNELIH HAMILTON, Retail Lead and Social Media Manager, Seattle Children’s Museum. Annelih has been working at the museum since August 2014. She holds a Masters of Fine Arts in acting from the University of Florida, and acts in many Seattle theater productions. “It’s great to be with an organization that is unique. We really encourage […]

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