Build your own gingerbread house, listen to music, and catch the launch of the Argosy Christmas Ship Festival at Lake Union Park

Greet the Season

Nov. 28, 10 am – 8 pm


WHAT:                   Ditch the shopping crowds and spend time with friends and family while celebrating the holiday season! Greet the Season at Lake Union Park where MOHAI, The Center for Wooden Boats, and the Historic Ships Wharf will have festive music, family-friendly crafts, and other activities throughout day. In the evening, catch the launch of the Argosy Christmas Ship Festival!


WHEN/                  November 28, 10 am8 pm

WHERE:                 Museum of History & Industry

860 Terry Avenue, Seattle


DETAILS:               Following is a schedule of activities and programs:


10 am – 5 pm: Regular admission to the museum.
5 pm – 8 pm: Free admission to the Grand Atrium at MOHAI (galleries closed); photo booth, crafts, hot cider & cookies.
10 am – 6 pm: Decorate holiday cards for sailors who are away from home, presented by Puget Sound Maritime in partnership with Catholic Seafarers’ Center.

11 am – 7 pm: Gingerbread House Making, $15 per house kit, while supplies last.
11 am, 1 and 3 pm: Evergreen City Ballet, The Nutcracker
6 pm: Holiday concert with Miss Rose and Her Rhythm Percolators.
Up-to-date information about Greet the Season can be found in the museum’s online calendar at, on Facebook or by calling (206) 324-1126.


Explore the sights and sounds of The Legacy of Seattle Hip-Hop on view at MOHAI through May 1, 2016. Experience Seattle’s thriving Hip-Hop culture with audio recordings, photography and graffiti, artifacts, and more. Mix your own tracks using unreleased beats, learn about the early trailblazers as well as today’s artists or bust a move on the dance floor.  For more information or to purchase tickets please visit


MOHAI thanks exhibit partners 50 Next: Seattle Hip-Hop Worldwide, The Town Entertainment, and Big World Breaks for their support.


This exhibit is made possible in part by generous support from the Office of Arts & Culture Seattle, ArtsFund, 4Culture, and in part by a grant from the Washington State Arts and the National Endowment for the Arts.  MOHAI also thanks media sponsor KUOW Public Radio.


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