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Seattle Center 2016 ‘Best’ Happy Hour

Seattle’s Best Damn Happy Hour, a monthly program presented by Seattle Center Productions, offers new reasons to be happy. The third Thursday gatherings in 2016 offer a wide range of competitions, art-related endeavors and participatory activities that supplement an array of great gaming, DJ-spun music, specialty drinks and food specials prepared by Armory merchants, 5 p.m. – 8 p.m., the third Thursday of each month in Seattle Center Armory.

Seattle’s Best Damn Happy Hour attracts a broad audience, individuals who work, live and play in the vicinity. Since launching three years ago, the happy hours have provided an engaging evening centered on the things that make our event attendees happy including video games provided by Seattle Interactive Media Museum (SIMM) and Academy of Interactive Education (AIE), Giant Jenga, Giant Scrabble, Giant Checkers, Cornhole, Foosball, darts and many popular board games.

There are also opportunities to win Seattle Center experiences including tickets to live entertainment, performing arts, attractions and more at venues throughout the grounds such as EMP Museum, Pacific Science Center, Chihuly Garden and Glass, Pacific Northwest Ballet, Seattle Repertory Theatre, Seattle Shakespeare Company, Teatro ZinZanni and KeyArena.

Here is the Seattle’s Best Damn Happy Hour schedule for the first half of 2016. The themes and focuses are especially tailored to the particular month:

Thursday Jan. 21:  Giant Jenga January

Thursday, Feb. 18:  Uptown Art Walk at the Armory

Thursday, March 17:  St. Patrick’s Day Delight

Thursday, April 21:  Baby Ketten Karaoke

Thursday, May 19:  Me Love Bingo and Chihuly Garden and Glass Anniversary Party

Thursday, June 16:  Golf Night with miniature golf and video game options

Entry to Seattle’s Best Damn Happy Hour is free. Attendees must be 21 or older, and I.D. is required. Check online at Seattle Center Happy Hour for more information and a full list of food and drink specials or call 206 684-7200.