Gather all your neighbors for a casual potluck on the street or be more ambitious (see grant opportunity below).Â Start coordinating now, before everyone gets going on summer vacation plans. Register your street’s Night Out event at the link below, and you just might be lucky enough to have the Fire Department stop by and let all the kids climb in the truck!
Doors open: 6:00pm
Town Hall, Great Hall
1119 Eighth Avenue (enter on Eighth Avenue)
Seattle, WA 98101
Candidates: Position No. 2: Goodspaceguy, Courtney Gregoire, John Naubert
Position No. 5: Darrell Bryan, Fred Felleman, Mark Hennon, Herb Krohn, Richard Pope, Daniel E. Reandeau, Ken Rogers, Norman Z. Sigler, Marion Yoshino
For more information see http://www.kingcounty.gov/
The Emerson-Nickerson Overpass will be closed on the weekend of June 27-29. The closure will begin on Saturday, June 27 at 4 AM and end by 5 AM on Monday, June 29. The detour route will be the same as the closure last fall. During this closure we will:
Grind the roadway surface to provide a smoother drive, while maintaining improved traction Install the permanent striping
If you have any questions about this work, please send an email to 15thAveWestOverpass@seattle.gov (or leave a message on the project hotline at ) and someone will reply as soon as possible.
Magnolia Farmers Market
10 AM- 2 PM on Saturdays
West McGraw and 33rd Ave West in Magnolia Village
Thank you to our season sponsor, Metropolitan Market! Metropolitan Market will be at the Magnolia Farmers Market making their delicious fresh mozzarella on: June 20, July 4, July 18, July 25, August 15, August 29, September 12 & September 26.
Help us celebrate citizenship and civic life at a new festival for all Seattleites. Weâ€™re taking the iconic American holiday, Flag Day, and amplifying it with a focus on celebrating the benefits of citizenship and being civically engaged. Flag Day Festival will welcome new Americans, engage native-born citizens and invite all to come together and build our communityâ€™s civic strength at Seattle City Hall.
The free festival will start with a USCIS naturalization ceremony for new citizens and a â€œsworn againâ€ oath-taking for current citizens. Then, everyone is invited to a fair where you can enjoy great food, listen to local musicians, take home a free Civic Action Toolkit and learn how to plug into Seattle’s civic life and make a difference. To help us pay tribute to our immigrant community, prolific local artist Yegizaw Michael is creating a sculptural installation that tells the stories of local immigrants in City Hall. Plus, KUOW will recordÂ festival goers’Â stories and their journey towards citizenship and civic engagement in Seattle.
Everyone is welcome! Join us for:
Games and activities for kids
Multi-ethnic cuisine cooking demos provided by Project Feast
Action planning at our Civic Toolkit area
$7 parking available at SeaPark garage at 6th Ave. & James St. First 100 people receive parking validation or ORCA card!
Visit www.cityclub.org/events to register today!
Seattle CityClubÂ â€¢Â OneAmericaÂ â€¢Â Citizen UniversityÂ â€¢Â City of Seattle
In Partnership with:
KUOW Â â€¢Â El Centro de la Raza Â â€¢Â Refugee Women’s Alliance (ReWA) Â â€¢Â Asian Counseling and Referral Services (ACRS)