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Memorial Stadium in the News

A proposed agreement between Seattle Center and Seattle Public Schools calls for shared use of the Memorial Stadium site as open space and a year-round multi-purpose athletics facility and events venue.

Winterfest College series, Nov. 30 – Dec. 3

Seattle Center Winterfest 2009 offers a four-day series of classical, jazz and choral performances by some of the best of Washington’s collegiate dance and music-makers, Nov. 30 – Dec. 3.

Winterfest Dec. 4 – 6

This second weekend of Seattle Center Winterfest, Dec. 4 – 6, offers a highly entertaining mix of music, dance and comedy. All performances are free and open to the public.

NYT Article on Campus Theater

Reporter Patrick Healy in today’s edition of the New York Times writes about theater in Seattle and highlights the Seattle Repertory Theatre, Intiman, Seattle Children’s Theatre, Teatro ZinZanni and August Wilson Way.  He presents a nice overview of the city’s theater scene for his New York readers.  Check it out:                                            http://travel.nytimes.com/2009/11/20/travel/escapes/20seattle.html?pagewanted=1&partner=rss&emc=rss

Winterfest Opens Nov. 27

The spirited and highly entertaining five-week Seattle Center Winterfest opens with a performance by Seattle Youth Symphony Orchestra at 11 a.m. on Friday, Nov. 27. Seattle Mayor Greg Nickels officially ushers in Winterfest at 1 p.m. The weekend continues with Winter Worldfest and a full schedule of performances by the… [ Keep reading ]

Dia de Muertos Celebration, Oct. 31 – Nov. 1

Explore the Mexican cultural links between the living and the dead at this dramatic and colorful festival.

Theater Commons at Seattle Center

A new project to green and beautify a Seattle Center entry point at the north end of the campus will begin this month. Theater Commons, a first phase project of the Seattle Center Century 21 Master Plan, will occupy an area that has served as a parking area between the Seattle Repertory and Intiman Theatres, adding 1.5 acres of open space as a final step in the long-term process of consolidating parking in garages around the campus.

Live Aloha Hawaiian Cultural Festival, Sept. 13

Live Aloha Hawaiian Cultural Festival showcases Hawaii’s colorful history through traditional dance, music, films, food and arts and crafts.

Discover Rituals and Traditions at Tibet Fest

Centuries-old stories, rituals, foods and melodies link an ancient culture to modern times at Safeco Insurance Festál: Tibet Fest – Tibetan Cultural Heritage, Aug. 22 – 23, Noon – 6 p.m., in Center House at Seattle Center. Tibet’s ancient and modern history is woven through Tibet Fest, which preserves and presents centuries-old… [ Keep reading ]

Live at Seattle Center: Spotlight on Summer on now through Sept. 13

Live at Seattle Center: Spotlight on Summer offers a broad spectrum of events and attractions at Seattle’s 74-acre active, green urban park.