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Looking Forward

As we look forward, we see many bright spots on our horizon. While in-person events are on hold, Seattle Center Studios is primed to produce outstanding virtual programming, coming soon. Seattle Center Armory is quietly undergoing major exterior upgrades that will highlight its historic facade. International Fountain is getting a… [ Keep reading ]

Amazon Renames KeyArena

Amazon (NASDAQ:AMZN) today announced that it has secured the naming rights to the new home of Seattle’s NHL team and WNBA’s Seattle Storm, and is calling it Climate Pledge Arena rather than the name of the company. In 2019, Amazon and Global Optimism announced The Climate Pledge, which calls on… [ Keep reading ]

Seattle Rep Creative Conversations Series

This Wednesday, June 10 at 5 p.m. PT, we are kicking off our Creative Conversations series, which features Artistic Director Braden Abraham in conversation with creators from across the nation. Our first Creative Convo will feature David Byrne of Talking Heads, and creator of audience-favorite musical Here Lies Love. Tune in live on Seattle Rep’s YouTube… [ Keep reading ]

Seattle Center Monorail is open!

They’re operating in limited service, visit www.seattlemonorail.com for hours of service and information about their new safety measures. For now, to reduce the spread of germs, the Monorail is only accepting ORCA, debit/credit cards, and mobile tickets from the Transit GO Ticket app (no cash please). Hop on the Monorail… [ Keep reading ]

April 24: The Vera Project & Artist Home Present “Live From Our Living Rooms”

Join The Vera Project & Artist Home on April 24th for Live from our Living Rooms, a virtual benefit concert to support Washington’s DIY Community. Featuring a telethon-style mix of music, art, educational workshops, and guest speakers, 100% of proceeds will go toward sustaining young people and community centers disproportionately… [ Keep reading ]

Safety and Health Practices While Shopping

Shopping Tips Attention Seattle shoppers! Our grocery stores are working hard to keep their employees and customers as safe as possible. Do your part to help slow the spread of COVID-19: Limit your trips. Buy only what you need for a week/7 days Respect special shopping hours. Follow social-distance guidance… [ Keep reading ]

Initial 250 Grantees of the Business Stabilization Fund Announced on April 13, 2020

Mayor Jenny Durkan & Seattle Economy announced the first 250 grants of the City’s Small Business Stabilization Fund. As of April 13, 250 of Seattle’s small businesses impacted by the COVID-19 crisis have received a $10,000 grant to help with day-to-day expenses like payroll and rent. Read more here: https://bit.ly/3b6PJeH

Explore Black Hockey History for One Day at Seattle Center

The National Hockey League (NHL) Black Hockey History Tour presented by American Legacy makes a stop at Seattle Center, 10 a.m.–6 p.m., Sunday, March 8, at the South Lawn of International Fountain. The tour celebrates Black History Month as part of Hockey Is For Everyone, a joint NHL and National… [ Keep reading ]

Tết In Seattle Vietnamese Lunar New Year

Offers Music, Creation, Culture and Hands-on Fun Seattle Center Festál: Tết In Seattle-Vietnamese Lunar New Year, 11 a.m.-6 p.m., Saturday and Sunday, Jan. 18–19, at Seattle Center Armory and Fisher Pavilion, celebrates the Vietnamese Lunar New Year. The festival includes traditional Vietnamese food, a cultural village, firecrackers, martial arts, games… [ Keep reading ]

Free, Fun Winter Fitness Starts this Month

Ten Weeks of Free Circuit Training, Zumba® and Yoga Classes Seattle Center offers fun weekly Workout Wednesdays Winter Fitness sessions to kick off the New Year right, Jan. 22-March 25. The free outdoor circuit training, Zumba® Class and yoga allow participants to strengthen and tone muscles, increase range of motion… [ Keep reading ]