Noon –11 PM on Friday,August 8th
The South Lake Union Block Party is presented by Amazon
Noon –7 PM:Kids’Area activities
Noon –3 PM:Food Sampling
Noon –6 PM:SVC Letterpress Wayzgoose and Steamroller Smackdown
Noon –10 PM:Beer + Wine Garden presented by Bang &Olufsen
3:45 –4:30 PM:Performance by Cullen Gray and Julio Lopez
4 – 7 PM:“Best Burger in SLU”Grilling Competition presented by Seattle Met and Whole Foods Market
4 – 10 PM:Food Trucks
4:45 – 5:30 PM:Performance by Matt Singler Trio
5:45 – 6:30 PM:Performance by Tomten
6:30 PM:Performance by Seahawks Blue Thunder
7 PM:“Best Burger in SLU”Judges Presentation hosted by Pat Cashman
8 – 9 PM:Performance by Seattle Rock Orchestra
9 PM:Cinema on the Lawn presented by Bartell Drugs – School of Rock (PG-13)
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A Vancouver-based developer proposing what would be downtown Seattle’s largest residential complex has offered to save the so-called Seattle Times park if it is granted extra height on two of the four towers.
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We regret to inform that there will be no Red,White &Dead Zombie Walk 2014 this year in Seattle. Due to timing and without a city approved location,we will not plan to host this year. We are required by the city to be permitted,due to the size of our walk in year’s past. We will miss you all!
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You may have read about the 1400-lb. anchor that was pulled out of Admiralty Bay on June 9 by a team of local historians and divers—MOHAI is pleased to announce that the anchor,believed to be a long sought-after relic from early Puget Sound history,will be on display at the museum for just 4 days,July 8—11.
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The Eastlake Community Council invites neighbors throughout Seattle to its summer cruise –Thurs.,July 10. Scenic tour of Lake Union,Portage and Union Bays,and Lake Washington on the historic icebreaker the Islander. Boarding begins at 5:30 p.m. at 1611 Fairview Ave. E. on the east shore of Lake Union,with departure at 6:30 p.m.,and return at 8:30.
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Developer Vulcan has put out its first ideas for a big new project on the block just east of Denny Park.
The block runs from Westlake Avenue North to Ninth Avenue North,between Denny Way and John Street,with an alley running north-south down the middle. Vulcan has proposed all-commercial and mixed-use versions of its plan,detailed in a packet (big pdf) prepared in advance of the first design-review meeting,scheduled for July 2.
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SEATTLE –One of the last park spaces in Seattle’s South Lake Union neighborhood is slated for development by Vulcan Real Estate. The land,located along 9th Ave N between Denny Way and John St.,is an interim use park and privately owned.
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Join Seafair for a celebration of our nation’s independence at the Seafair Summer Fourth! This year the event boasts two locations:Gas Works Park and Lake Union Park. Both locations are FREE to the public and also feature reserved seating available for purchase. Come enjoy a day of fun that culminates in a fantastic fireworks show.
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(Seattle,WA) June 12,2014 - The 43rd annual Fremont Fair,taking place June 20-22,2014,is trading country music for hip-hop and livestock for art cars. With a large dose of the Fremont neighborhood’s “delibertas quirkas” (freedom to be peculiar) nature,the weekend-long urban fair is turning the traditional notion of “fair”on its head.
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The FarmBoat Floating Market aboard the Virginia V at Lake Union Park is closed for good. We are sincerely appreciative of all those who supported our efforts to make this an amazing one-of-a-kind Seattle attraction over the last several years. Unfortunately,Seattle’s growing bureaucracy and increasingly stringent policies against small businesses and independent nonprofits are more than we can handle. Look for us in other Ports! (from farmboat.org)
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