South Lake Union
Events Calendar

November 11 Events

November 10-12, South Lake Union

Cowabunga USA

SeattleMet has partnered with Amazon to host America’s Largest Beef Festival Presented by Amazon, Visit Seattle, and the Washington Beef Commission. They are activating all of Amazon’s South Lake Union’s outdoor space, roughly 3 city blocks, to serve up the best Steak dinner, burgers, boozy milkshakes, and much more. Three days of entertainment such as comedy and burlesque coupled with Chef Tastings and Demo’s, it is sure to be the food event of the year. The event is also looking for volunteers.  If you donate 1 hour or 6 hours of your time, (they would appreciate any of the hours), you’ll be able to enjoy the event that day free of charge.

Event details: www.cowabungausa.com

November 11, 11:00 am, 400 Fairview

Seattle Makers Market

The Seattle Makers Market announces its new Second Saturday Market Series in South Lake Union, to be held at 400 Fairview Ave N. Located in the ground floor Market Hall, Seattle-area artists, crafters, makers, and artisans will display their work for sale from 11am until 5pm on Saturday, March 11th, and every second Saturday of the month through the end of 2017. Markets are free and open to the public.

 

The Seattle Makers Market is a not-for-profit arts group dedicated to providing space and opportunity for local artists, artisans, and makers to showcase and sell their work, and to create and encourage a thriving and diverse community of artists and makers in the Puget Sound area and beyond.

 

For more information about the Second Saturday Market Series, or our other pop-up market events, please check out: seattlemakersmarket.com

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Inside The Collective: South Lake Union is home to the city’s newest members-only social club. With multilevel lounging hammocks, a campfire circle, and a boutique bouldering gym, this exclusive spot is anything but stuffy. >>link in bio
SLU’s Summer Weekend Hit List:
Sure, South Lake Union’s weekday game is strong, but it’s also the place to be on a summer weekend. Whether you want to savor the growing food scene, keep the kiddos entertained, or just hang out on the lake, here’s your guide to weekend fun in the neighborhood. >>link in bio
Creative Connections: Part art, part craft, part collaboration—JOIN has a brick-and-mortar spot at 400 Fairview featuring makers from the PNW and beyond. >>link in bio

Denny Park

Seattle’s first park — and former graveyard