South Lake Union
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December 14 Events

December 14 - January 20, Denny Park

Snow Day in Denny Park 2018

Friends of Denny Park, Downtown Seattle Association, and SLU Chamber present:

****SNOW DAY****
in Denny Park

Shorter Days, Brighter Nights
An Immersive Winter Lighting Display in Denny Park
Runs from Dec. 14, 2018-Jan. 20, 2019

Dec. 14th, 4PM-9PM (FREE & All Ages)!
Our kick-off night features holiday-themed entertainment, interactive crafts for the kids, food trucks, a holiday beer garden, giant snow globe photo booth, mini holiday market and more!

When winter arrives we all hope for a Snow Day, a chance to escape the drudgery of your week and go out and play. When the nights get longer, the stars get brighter, turning the world whimsical and wonderful. Is there anything more magical than a Snow Day? Snow Day is an Immersive Winter Lighting Display in Denny Park running from Dec. 14-Jan 20th, hosted by Friends of Denny Park, Downtown Seattle Association and the South Lake Union Chamber.

Thank you to our wonderful sponsors:
Amazon, Vulcan Real Estate, 106.1 KISS FM, Seattle Parks & Recreation, BECU, McKenzie, KEXP, Union Church, A Seattle Church, Red Hook and more to be announced!

December 14, 8:00 pm, Virginia V

Northwest Seaport: December Chantey Sing

Event Description:

Join Northwest Seaport for their December Chantey Sing on the Historic Steam Ferry, Virginia V. Sea chanteys and other sea songs celebrate our connections to the sea, ships, skippers, and sailors.

Tom Rawson, leader
​He has a banjo and he’s not afraid to use it! Tom Rawson is guaranteed to have you singing along and will leave you smiling. Tom will pull up his maritime repitoire, some of which can be heard on his two CDs. In addition to his solo work, he also performs with Ellen van der Hoeven. Tom will keep the the singing rolling along!

October 24 - February 28, South Lake Union

Storefronts Program - South Lake Union Artists

Storefronts Program – South Lake Union Artists

Storefronts South Lake Union presents the last round of installations in 2018 – The year is comprised of three rounds themed around the concept of building relationships with cities, people, and nature. In this third round we explore the works of artists exploring issues relating to nature- a study of terrain, habitat, and the systems that support or degrade the very ground we stand on. Join us in reflecting on the strength and fragility of our shared Earth.” – Hanako O’Leary, Storefronts Program Coordinator

ARTIST: Todd Lawson


ARTIST: June Sekiguchi




ARTIST: Henry Cowdery

WORK ON DISPLAY: Interglacial

LOCATION: Harrison East


ARTIST: Beth Howe

WORK ON DISPLAY: Iona Drawings

LOCATION: Republican


ARTIST: Graham Murtough

WORK ON DISPLAY: Resiting development, resisting ruin

LOCATION: Thomas East


ARTIST: Joy Hagen

WORK ON DISPLAY: Variations on a Theme

LOCATION: Thomas West


ARTIST: Melanie Masson




ARTIST: Danielle Dea

WORK ON DISPLAY: We are salt water

LOCATION: Harrison East

For Further Information Contact:
Hanako O’Leary
Storefronts Program Coordinator, Shunpike
206 905 1026 ext. 104

December 14, 8:00 pm, Raisbeck Hall


Created by the members of the Senior Musical Theater Ensemble in collaboration with Timothy McCuen  Piggee (co-director), Frances Leah King (vocal director), Katherine Strohmaier (music director) and Nicole Beerman (choreographer/co-director)

The final Theater production of the semester is Cornish’s annual cabaret production, which features members of the Fourth Year Musical Theater ensemble in a newly devised revue exploring resonant themes of contemporary life.

Tickets for all events can be found at Brown Paper Tickets,

September 1 - February 10, Museum of History and Industry

WW1 America

Empires were destroyed, millions perished, and the world was upended by a war meant to end all others. Making its West Coast debut at MOHAI on September 1, 2018 through February 10, 2019 WW1 America tells the story of one of history’s most remarkable moments.

The WWI era—1914 to 1919—saw America transformed. It was a time of wrenching extremes that pulled Americans between the poles of fear and hope, between deepening cynicism and broadening optimism. Through original artifacts, images, voices, interactives and multimedia presentations, WW1 America tells the extraordinary stories of Americans—both legendary and unsung—during this turbulent time.

“The City of Seattle welcomes this opportunity to explore the causes and consequences of World War I,” said Seattle Mayor Tim Burgess, “and also to salute the generations of veterans in our region who have served the nation at home and abroad.”

This powerful exhibit will coincide with the centennial of Armistice Day on November 11, 2018 the day the war ended and an especially important day of international observance in 2018 (known in the United States as Veterans Day).

Developed by the Minnesota History Center in partnership with the National Constitution Center, the National World War I Museum and Memorial, the Oakland Museum of California and the Bob Bullock Texas State History Museum, WW1 America illustrates how the past can help us understand our nation and our world today.


Pop-Up Brunch (and Lunch, Too!): Summer is here and the SLU Saturday Market is in full swing. >>link in profile
A Day for Dad: Celebrate the father figure in your life with high-quality steaks, a floatplane adventure, golf lessons, and more. >>link in bio
Seattle Style: MOHAI’s new exhibit showcases our city’s innovative and deeply rooted fashion history. >>link in bio

20 million gallons

of water from Lake Union used to level Denny Hill