Artful Season

MadArt leads a selection of summer exhibition in SLU.

Kayaks & paddleboards & boats, oh my!

Lake Union’s calm waters are made for splash-worthy summer fun.

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Upcoming Events

July 17, 6:30 pm, Cuoco

Cuoco's Pasta Classes with Stan - Ravioli

Cuoco’s intimate pasta classes are returning this summer! Each class will feature the art of making fresh, delectable pasta with our very own expert pasta chef, Stan! Stan has decided on a fun variety of pasta styles and shapes to be featured (listed below) so feel free to pick one – or a few – and become expert pasta makers and eaters! Learn about technique, recipes and partake in a hands-on demonstration before returning to the dining room for a 3-course family dinner, featuring your own pasta! Wine and a take-home portion of your pasta is included.

*Please note, pasta types (per class date) are subject to change. Tickets are non-refundable. No physical tickets will be sent, but upon purchase, an email confirmation will be sent. For more information, please contact Scott Whited at scottw@tomdouglas.com or 206.971.0710.

Click here for tickets; $65 per person.

July 20, 10:00 am, Day One Playfield

Botanical Popup Market

Shop crafts, plants, and local vendors at this all ages, free botanical pop up market brought to you by Urban Craft Uprising.  The pop up market is the first and third Saturdays this summer between June 1 through September 21.

June 1 and June 15

July 6 and July 20

August 3 and August 17

September 7 and September 21

Plus free parking on weekends in Day One and Doppler garages.  Open to the public.

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Denny Park

Seattle’s first park — and former graveyard