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Daybreak Star Center

Located in Discovery Park, the Daybreak Star Center is a Native American cultural center in Seattle. The center functions as a conference center, a location for pow wows and a Native American art gallery.  Read More 
Northwest African American Museum

Northwest African American Museum

Seattle’s newest museum, the Northwest African American Museum, opened in 2008 and is dedicated to the unique historical and cultural experiences of African Americans in Seattle and the Pacific Northwest. Exhibits highlight how African Americans arrived in the Northwest to build lives and communities, and feature early pioneers, community leaders and unsung heroes of the …  Read More 
Seattle Arts & Lectures

Seattle Arts & Lectures

Inspiration takes many forms, and listening to creative minds and writers is a great way to tap into experiences and ideas that are different than our own. Seattle Arts & Lectures (SAL) gives local residents a unique opportunity to listen to a variety of prominent thinkers, including fiction writers, journalists, poets and historians.  Read More 
2011 Seattle Bon Odori

Bon Odori

Bon Odori is the traditional Japanese dance to celebrate the summer festival of Obon, honoring our ancestors.  Read More 
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Gauguin Polynesia at SAM

Never one to disappoint (did you see the Picasso exhibit in October 2010?) the Seattle Art Museum now presents a comprehensive study of Paul Gauguin’s work from French Polynesia. Gauguin’s fascination with exotic locations brings us a Post-Impressionist-meets-Polynesian-arts study with paintings, sculpture and works on paper.  Read More 
Irish Week 2012

Irish Week 2012

Irish Week 2012 has begun in Seattle. With St. Patrick’s Day coming up next Saturday, the Irish Heritage Club has got a slate of good Irish fun and activities set for the week. Erin Go Bragh!  Read More 
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Think & Drink

If you like to think while you drink, make sure to stop by the Think & Drink event, sponsored by Humanities Washington.  Read More 
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Syttende Mai Festival

Syttende Mai (17th of May) is Norwegian Constitution Day, celebrated by Norwegians around the world. Seattle was settled by many Scandinavians, so as you might guess, we’ve got a pretty neat Syttende Mai celebration.  Read More 
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Polka Chicks in Concert

Sorry for the late notice on this one, but just stumbled across the Polka Chicks Concert at the Nordic Heritage Museum tonight at 7PM.  Read More