South Lake Union
Events Calendar

August 21 Events

August 21, 10:00 am, Museum of History and Industry

miniMOHAI

MiniMOHAI is back! Every Monday morning this summer, come to MOHAI to learn about farms, gardening, and nutritious foods at interactive pop-up activity stations around the museum. Explore special activities related to MOHAI’s exhibit Edible City: A Delicious Journey, with sensory bins, dramatic play, storybooks, crafts and more.

MiniMOHAI takes place every Monday in July and August from 10am-1pm and is included with museum admission.

Location: MOHAI

Cost: Included with museum admission / Free for members

August 21, 4:30 pm, Van Vorst Courtyard

Out to Lunch Concert: Grace Love

Now in its 39th year, the Downtown Seattle Association’s Out to Lunch (OTL) concert series is bigger than ever, with concerts every day of the week — and not just at lunch. We’re introducing late-afternoon shows for the after-work crowd on Mondays to complement our lunchtime shows Tuesday through Friday. This free outdoor series brings 47 shows to 12 downtown locations from July 5 to Sept. 1.

OTL kicks off Thursday, July 5, with Seattle legend Clinton Fearon playing at Harbor Steps. Other artists throughout the summer include Grace Love, The Flavr Blue, Kris Orlowski & Budo, The Maldives, Cosmos the Band and Star Anna.

Full Lineup:

Download the full lineup and schedule here. (PDF)

May 6 - September 2, SLU Discovery Center

SLU Saturday Market

Welcome to Seattle’s favorite Saturday market, South Lake Union Saturday Market. A refreshing European-style all food market place offering over 60 food booths for locals and tourists, and deservedly so.

SLU Saturday Market is kicking off their third season in the heart of South Lake Union starting May 6th! South Lake Union is quickly becoming the culinary heart of Seattle, where you can snack and shop local on Saturdays.

Discover what’s local featuring some of Seattle’s finest farms, chef demonstrations, purveyors, as well as a delicious selection of street food vendors curbside every Saturday.

November 19 - September 12, Museum of History and Industry

Edible City: A Delicious Journey

Experience Seattle’s culinary history from raw ingredients to polished plates. Edible City: A Delicious Journey serves up the story of how Seattleites eat in their city and how urban palates have developed over the years. Discover the secret history of Seattle’s favorite foods and devour the stories that helped the city grow into one of America’s best places to eat. Curated by James Beard Award winner Rebekah Denn, Edible City will be a main course on the city’s cultural buffet. The following is the menu for this delicious journey.

Raw Ingredients

For the first course, take a look at the raw ingredients—what is a “Seattle” food, and why? Visually dine on both imported and native foods that are the building blocks of Seattle’s cuisine.

Processing and Prepping

Dive into the second course of the industries that shaped a savory Seattle, from canneries to coffee roasters.

To Market, To Market

Sample the places where Seattleites go to the market for the third course. Learn about the outlets that help define the city, from co-ops to farmers markets to ethnic markets, big and small.

Bringing It Home

Enjoy the fourth course and look at the region’s home cooking through a real, preserved Seattle kitchen. Learn about the history of food justice in the area through P-Patches, community gardens, and other efforts to bring homegrown food to diverse communities.

Cooking Tech-niques

See how Seattle high-tech jobs have made its residents look at cooking in a whole new way in the fifth course. Sniff out some of the area’s groundbreaking food-tech endeavors.

Serving It Up

For final course, survey the rich banquet of restaurants that have been around almost as long as there have been city dwellers here to support them. Meet the farm-to-table chefs who have made Seattle a national dining destination, and savor the way they developed a modern Northwest cuisine.

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Giving Season: Giving becomes more crucial as the days grow shorter & the NW rain freezes to flakes. This holiday season, connect with organizations in SLU to bring light & warmth to those in need. >>link to bio
Pet City: MOHAI’s new exhibit, It’s Raining Cats and Dogs, highlights Seattle’s history with four-legged friends. >>link in bio
Farestart’s Newest Digs: The Seattle institution is cooking up more goodness with three now-open concepts in SLU and an advanced apprenticeship program. >>link to bio

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