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The Anne Frank sapling planted in the Peace Garden at Seattle Center.  (Holocaust Center for Humanity)

An actual offshoot/descendant of the chestnut tree that young Anne Frank drew solace from, looking down from her attic window in Amsterdam, is planted in the Peace Garden at the Seattle Center. It was a gift to the Holocaust Center for Humanity in downtown Seattle, only one of 11 saplings sent to America through The Sapling Project.

Undated photo of Anne Frank from the Anne Frank Center, USA. (AP Photo)

The original tree lived 170 years in the Netherlands, 50 years beyond its young Jewish admirer, who died at 15 years old in a Nazi concentration camp. While Anne and her family hid for two years in a concealed attic during World War II, she wrote in her diary of birds, the blue sky, and her chestnut tree out the window: “As long as this exists, how can I be sad?”

Holocaust Remembrance Day (Yom Hashoah) is this week, and the Holocaust Center for Humanity is holding a commemoration day on April 15th. Their current exhibit, “Let Me Be Myself: The Life Story of Anne Frank” runs through May 30th, reservations required.

Interesting news video about Anne’s Tree when it first arrived in Seattle:
http://komonews.com/news/local/offshoot-from-anne-franks-tree-of-hope-to-grow-in-seattle

Anne Frank’s attic window, looking out on the original chestnut tree in Amsterdam.  (KIRO7)

Today marks the start of the tastiest week of the season- the triumphant return of Seattle Restaurant Week!

We here in Seattle are so blessed with an abundance of fabulous dining options, ranging from simple and inexpensive to exotic, lavish and extraordinary, which usually doesn’t come too cheap. Seattle Restaurant Week is an opportunity for people to explore many incredible restaurants they may not normally spring for by offering fabulous deals you won’t want to miss out on.

Every Sunday through Thursday from April 2nd to April 19th, over 165 restaurants across the city will be offering up $33 three-course dinners, with many also offering $18 two-course lunches as well. These restaurants range in price, type of cuisine and location, giving you tons of options to choose from, in every department!

To maximize your SRW experience, check out a list of participating restaurants here (click on the name of the restaurants to see their location and view their SRW exclusive menu) and be sure to check out The Seattle Times lists of best overall value, best ambiance, neighborhood favorites and SRW newcomers.

If you are going to explore SRW (which we highly recommend you do!), remember to be patient, make reservations and tip your servers well! While SRW is a great opportunity for diners, restaurants do tend to get swamped, and the nicer and more understanding we are as patrons, the better the experience for everyone!

Now, go out and get a healthy dose of YUM, before it’s too late!

Mark your calendars for these fun Lake Union events happening in April. There’s plenty of activity involving food, learning, and exciting neighborhood events…

April 2-19: Seattle Restaurant Week at Lake Union Eateries
Dinner | Around Lake Union
The spring Seattle Restaurant Week kicks off on Monday, April 2nd at various restaurants around Lake Union! Participating eateries are offering three dinner courses for $33 Sunday through Thursday each week through April 19th (excludes Easter Sunday). Around the neighborhood, the participating restaurants include: Chandler’s Crabhouse, Cicchetti Kitchen + Bar, Henry’s Tavern, Le Messe, Maslow’s by Farestart, Serafina Osteria e Enoteca, Sushi Kappo Tamura, and Trattoria Cuoco.

April 2: Cookbook Crush: Pasta By Hand
9am – 5pm | Hot Stove Society
Hot Stove Society’s resident pasta expert, Chef Bridget Charters, will demonstrate how to make Italy’s regional hand-shaped pasta for this special class on making Pasta By Hand. Enjoy delicious tastes of each pasta in an appropriate sauce, then roll up your sleeves to shape all four pastas yourself. Whatever you make of the malloreddus, trofie, pinci, and orecchiette pastas you’ll get to take home. The class includes a glass of wine or beer. Tickets are $90/person.

Wednesdays in April: Pasta Classes at Cuoco with Chef Stan
6:30pm | Cuoco
Cuoco’s weekly pasta classes continue through May, featuring specific pasta-themed evenings where participants will learn to make different types of pasta with techniques and recipes. Finish the class off with a delicious 3-course family dinner. Classes cost $55/person and include the class, dinner, wine and a take-home portion of the pasta you make. The April Cuoco Pasta Classes are:

  • April 4th – Tagliatelle noodles
  • April 11th – Ricotta Cavatelli
  • April 25th – Orecchietti

April 5: First Free Thursday at MOHAI
10am – 8pm | Museum of History and Industry
On the first Thursday of the month, the Museum of History and Industry offers free general admission for the museum’s permanent exhibits – all day long! The Free First Thursday in April is on the 5th. The free admission includes: True Northwest: the Seattle Journey, and the Bezos Center for Innovation.

April 6: Plant-Based Dinner with Vegan Wine
6pm | Daniel’s Broiler Lake Union
Enjoy four plant-based courses plus hors d’oeuvres at a special dinner featuring vegan wines at Daniel’s Broiler this month. Guest speaker Stewart Rose, Vice President of the Vegetarians of Washington and Luke Wohlers from Walden Selections will be curating this special event. Each course will be paired with an artfully selected wine. The cost is $100/person (excludes tax & gratuity). RSVP here.

April 14: SLU Saturday Market Opening Day for 2018
11am | South Lake Union
The South Lake Union Saturday Market opens for the 2018 season on April 14th! Join a community brunch with food trucks and booths, plus all of the produce and bounty from our region.

April 19: Backyard Pig Roast Fiesta
6:30pm | Brave Horse Tavern
Brave Horse Tavern and Chef Bradley are collaborating with Cantina Leña for a backyard pig roast on Thursday, April 19th! There will be a whole roasted pig, sides, and hot-off-the-griddle corn tortillas, with cold Mexican beers and a Cantina margarita. Tickets are $35/person and include all food and drink.

April 20: Stranger [Pastas and Wines and Other] Things Dinner
6:30pm – 8:30pm | Cuoco
The wine team at Cuoco is hosting a special event to help make their unique cellar program more approachable, with a chance to explore four obscure grape varietals paired with a delicious four-course menu from Chef Ron. Enjoy obscure wines and pastas at Cuoco’s Stranger Things Dinner this month, with tickets at $75/person.

April 20: The Hep Cat Ball
8pm | Museum of History and Industry
Join a jazz party at MOHAI! The Hep Cat Ball is a celebration of the museum’s landmark exhibit,  Seattle on the Spot: The Photographs of Al Smith. This ball features 1940s-style jazz, dancing and performances, with hors d’oeuvres for everyone and drinks available for purchase. Vintage attire is encouraged, and this event is open for all ages. Tickets are $20 for members and Langston Hughes African American Film Festival ticket holders, or $35 for the general public.

April 21: The Tenacious Ten 10K & 10-Mile Race
7am – 10:30am | Gas Works Park
Run around Lake Union for the Tenacious Ten 10K and 10-mile race, from the Snohomish Running Company and Oiselle. This race is for all levels of runners, as a flat course around the lake. Registration for the 10K is $75, $85 for the 10-mile, and $20 for the kids 1K. Race day begins at 7 a.m., with the race beginning at 8 a.m.

April 27-29: Food Lovers Weekend – Road Trippin’
9am – 5pm | Hot Stove Society
Explore the various foods from regions across the U.S. for the April Food Lovers Weekend, themed Road Trippin’. There will be cooking demonstrations, hands-on classes, wine tastings and more. The three day weekend starts Friday with a reception from 5 – 9 p.m., then demonstrations and classes will happen from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday. Tickets are $995/person.

April 28: Maker Day – Start Soldering
12pm – 3pm | Museum of History and Industry
Learn how to solder for this month’s Maker Day at MOHAI. Metrix Create:Space will host this event with soldering irons, kits, solder and of course teachers to guide you with your project. Free for MOHAI members, included with museum admission.

Enjoy some fun and delicious foodie events this month in Lake Union, plus some other activities…

March 1: First Free Thursday at MOHAI
10am – 8pm | Museum of History and Industry
On the first Thursday of the month, the Museum of History and Industry offers free general admission for the museum’s permanent exhibits – all day long! The Free First Thursday in March is the 1st. The free admission includes: True Northwest: the Seattle Journey, and the Bezos Center for Innovation.

Wednesdays in March: Pasta Classes at Cuoco with Chef Stan
6:30pm | Cuoco
Cuoco’s weekly pasta classes are back in January, featuring specific pasta-themed evenings where participants will learn to make different types of pasta with techniques and recipes. Finish the class off with a delicious 3-course family dinner. Classes cost $55/person and include the class, dinner, wine and a take-home portion of the pasta you make. The March Cuoco Pasta Classes are:

  • March 7: Cappelletti
  • March 21: Tagliarini Noodles

March 7: Renato Ratti Wine Dinner
6:30pm | Serafina Seattle
The celebrated founder of Barolo, Renato Ratti, innovated the world of wine and now his son Pietro has built on his father’s legacy over the past 30 years to continue to transform winemaking. Pietro will be visiting Serafina on March 7th for a special four-course wine dinner paired with the family’s exquisite wines. Tickets are $115/person; call 206-323-0807 or email kelley@serafinaseattle.com to reserve your spot.

March 9: Spring Into Sours with Urban Family Brewery
5pm | Cuoco
Cuoco is hosting a special night featuring sour beers with the small craft brewery Urban Family Brewery. Learn about the beers and sample them on Friday, March 9th. Tickets are $25/person and include bites as well as four (4 oz.) beer samples.

March 13: Taco Tuesday with Chef Lexi Ochoa
6pm | Hot Stove Society
Chef Lexi is teaching a taco class based on Chef Alex Stupak’s book, Tacos for this event. Participants will learn how to make a delicious taco menu featuring the Yucatan style pork, cochinita pibil. Taste and enjoy the demo for $90/person.

March 20: PDX Dinner with Breakside Brewery
6pm | Brave Horse Tavern
Take a taste-trip to Portland with beers from Breakside Brewery on March 20th for a fun beer dinner featuring a five course, food-truck-themed menu at Brave Horse Tavern. Tickets are $50/person and include dinner and the beer pairings.

March 21: Capturing Bertha & The Biggest Tunnel in the World
6:30pm | Museum of History and Industry
Photographer Catherine Bassetti is visiting MOHAI on March 21st to showcase her photography and videos featuring the development of the SR 99 tunnel project and its boring machine known as Bertha. She and HistoryLink’s Jennifer Ott will discuss this and other projects Catherine has documented. This is a free event.

March 31: Maker Day – Pinhole Cameras
12pm – 3pm | Museum of History and Industry
Learn about the history of pinhole photography with Janet Neuhauser for MOHAI’s March Maker Day: Pinhole Cameras. You’ll also be able to build a camera to take home. Free for MOHAI members, included with museum admission.

Head to South Lake Union this Saturday, June 24th to enjoy free boat rides, hands-on clinics, seminars, kids activities and lots of boating-related fun for Get Out & Boat Fest! This event is great for anyone from seasoned boat owners to those who are simply looking for something fun and different to do.

Free boat rides are offered all day, lasting 45 minutes and leaving on the hour every hour between 11 a.m. and 3 p.m. There will be power boats under 30 feet, sailboats, cruisers and even fishing trawlers, so that you can pick the boat that fits your lifestyle and interest.

Activities and hands-on clinics will be offered with industry professionals to teach interested participants the basics of docking, anchoring, rigging, knot-tying, and technology. Get Out & Boat Fest also includes seminars on buying a boat, boating safety, chartering a boat and even salmon fishing.

Get Out & Boat Fest is fun for the whole family! Kids can play on a toy boat building from the Center for Wooden Boats and enjoy live music from Dave Calhoun, a Jimmy Buffet cover artist.

According to a press release, “The second annual Get Out & Boat Fest aims to increase public awareness of boating by offering opportunities for people to get out on the water, experience boating firsthand, and educate and inform non-boaters so they can learn all about the boating lifestyle.”

Just a few of the makers at the Uprising, left to right: Dolcetta Artisan Sweets, Good and Well Supply Co., Paper Parasol Press, Haute Under The Collar, Estrella Soap Co., Dotted Line Jewelry, Lincoln Hobbs, and Lyonhart Bag Co.

The summer version of the Urban Craft Uprising (there’s a winter show, too) is happening on Saturday June 24th and Sunday June 25th this year. It’s being held at the Seattle Center Exhibition Hall from 11 am to 5 pm, and at the time of this writing, there are currently around 146 indie vendors showcasing their handmade wares at this event.

Tripper Dungan, one of the artists at Urban Craft Uprising

For those who aren’t familiar with this, the Urban Craft Uprising supports independent artists and makers and their creations, by hosting Seattle’s largest craft show of its kind. In the summer, this juried show tends to be a bit quieter than the winter show (perhaps seeking out unique Christmas gifts then), so a good time to check out the event.

Crafts fall under different categories:
art ˖ accessories ˖ baby/kid stuff ˖ bags ˖ candles ˖ bath & body ˖ ceramics ˖ clothing ˖ fiber ˖ food (packaged) ˖ housewares ˖ jewelry ˖ kits & supplies ˖ paper goods ˖ pets ˖ toys

Between shopping for one-of-a-kind gifts, there are eating options as well.  Five different food trucks will be available on the premises.

Urban Craft Uprising
Seattle Center Exhibition Hall
301 Mercer St.
Seattle, WA 98109

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Food and fun are on the docket for events in June in South Lake Union! Check out some of our highlighted favorites…

Throughout June: Pasta Classes at Cuoco
6:30pm – 9pm | Cuoco
Learn pasta making technique, recipes and more at Cuoco throughout June, with three fun pasta classes! After instruction and hands-on demonstration, enjoy a 3-course family dinner, plus wine and a take-home portion of your pasta. The cost is $65 per person. For more information, please contact Scott Whited or call 206.971.0710. Classes are on June 13th, June 20th, and June 27th.

Mondays in June: Monday Midday Meditation
12:15pm | 415 Westlake
Get your week off to a great start with meditation. Monday Midday Meditation is led by experts Tay and Val, who will guide you through focusing, fueling and flowing through meditation in this rejuvenating event. Click here to purchase tickets.

June 1: First Free Thursday at MOHAI
10am – 8pm | Museum of History and Industry
On the first Thursday of the month, June 1st, the Museum of History and Industry offers free general admission for the museum’s permanent exhibits – all day long! The free admission includes: True Northwest: the Seattle Journey, and the Bezos Center for Innovation.

June 3: Art on the Fly
12pm | Denny Park
Celebrate the arts, music and dance with food and fun at Art on the Fly, a community event on June 3rd, in tandem with the SLU Saturday Market. There will be numerous outdoor performances, free dance classes, vendors of arts and crafts, food trucks and more.

June 4: Cavatappi Wine Dinner
6:30pm – 9pm | Serafina
Serafina is hosting a special wine dinner this month, featuring wines from Cavatappi, a Nebbiolo and Sangiovese-focused winery with Peter Dow at the helm. Complementing the wines will be a five-course dinner with Mediterranean dishes. Tickets are $120 per person (not including tax and gratuity). Reservations are required: 206-323-0807.

June 6: Drink & Draw at the VUDE
5pm – 8pm | The VUDE
Sip wine and color at the Big Brothers Big Sisters Charitable Event, Drink & Draw at The VUDE on June 6th. Hosted by the Young Professionals Committee, proceeds from this event support the Big Brothers Big Sisters of Puget Sound. Tickets are $20 in advance, $25 at the door and cover three tastings of Hand of God wines, light appetizers, one raffle ticket and access to adult coloring books for fun! Additional raffle tickets will be available for sale.

June 10: Seattle Makers Market
11am – 5pm | 400 Fairview Avenue
Visit the ground floor of the Market Hall at 400 Fairview on Saturday, June 10th for the monthly Seattle Makers Market series! This free event features handmade goods from crafters, artists, makers and artisans in the Seattle area.

June 11: Arte & Vino at Caffe Torino
2pm – 5pm | Caffe Torino
In their monthly art and wine event Caffe Torino is hosting local artist Jiamin Zhu and her collection titled, The Silk Road. These stunning photographs on canvas are reflections of fantasies and fairy tales encountered on Jiamin’s journey of cultural migration from the east to Seattle.

June 24: South Lake Union Under the Microscope Tour
10am – 12pm | REI
Get a closer look at the neighborhood, and examine the key ingredients for urban revitalization on the monthly South Lake Union Under the Microscope Tour. Participants will learn about strategies for urban design and architecture, engage with master planning projects as well as private-public ventures, and find out about unique experiments in development. This month, the tour is on Saturday, June 24th and includes the Stackhouse Apartments, 400 Fairview, Denny Park, 9th and Harrison, and St. Spiridon’s.

June 24: Get Out & Boat Fest
11am – 12pm | Chandler’s Cove
The annual Get Out & Boat Fest is coming up on June 24th, with free 45-minute rides on power and sailboats, education on nautical terms and techniques, and more. This family-friendly event includes kids activities, live music, and food vendors.

June 24: Seattle Outdoor Cinema 25th Anniversary
6pm – 9pm | SLU Discovery Center
It’s the 25th anniversary celebration for the Fremont Outdoor Cinema, now known as the Seattle Outdoor Cinema. The main event is an outdoor showing of Rogue One on a 55 foot inflatable screen. This free family-friendly screening on June 24th will have food trucks, a charity beer garden, and lots of fun.

June 30: Beer Camp Across America
5pm – 9pm | South Lake Union
The largest craft beer festival in America comes to South Lake Union on June 30th. Beer Camp Across America features hundreds of craft beers, food trucks, live music and fun! Tickets are $55 – $75 ($40 for designated drivers).

Get ready to enjoy some fun, food and music events this May in South Lake Union!

All May: Chandler’s Crabfest
Get your fill of crab this month at Chandler’s Crabhouse in South Lake Union! The restaurant’s crabfest lasts all May, with 10 different menu items priced $40 and under. There are five different types of crab, with 12 different preparations – enjoy and explore!

Throughout May: Pasta Classes at Cuoco
6:30pm – 9pm | Cuoco
Learn pasta making technique, recipes and more at Cuoco throughout May, with three fun pasta classes! After instruction and hands-on demonstration, enjoy a 3-course family dinner, plus wine and a take-home portion of your pasta. The cost is $65 per person. For more information, please contact Scott Whited or call 206.971.0710. Classes are on May 2nd, May 9th, and May 16th.

May 4: First Free Thursday at MOHAI
10am – 8pm | Museum of History and Industry
On the first Thursday of the month, May 4th, the Museum of History and Industry offers free general admission for the museum’s permanent exhibits – all day long! The free admission includes: True Northwest: the Seattle Journey, and the Bezos Center for Innovation.

May 11: Family Reunion: Chuckanut and Pfreim Brewery Dinner
6:30pm – 9pm | Brave Horse Tavern
Brave Horse Tavern’s annual Seattle Beer Week dinner is reuniting Pfreim Family Brewers and Chuckanut Brewing for a delicious brewery dinner on May 11th! Brave Horse’s Chef Brian is working up a menu to compliment the beers from these two great breweries. The cost is $60 per person. Call 206-971-0717 to reserve your spot!

May 13: Seattle Makers Market
11am – 5pm | 400 Fairview Avenue
Visit the ground floor of the Market Hall at 400 Fairview on Saturday, May 13th for the monthly Seattle Makers Market series! This free event features handmade goods from crafters, artists, makers and artisans in the Seattle area.

May 14: Mother’s Day Brunch
10am – 3pm | Chandler’s Crabhouse
Happy Mother’s Day! Head to Chandler’s Crabhouse on Mother’s Day to enjoy a complete brunch. For $39 per person, the prix-fixe brunch includes your choice of a starter and entree. Add-ons are available, such as a Crab Cocktail Trio, USDA Filet Mignon, or Alaskan King Crab. Chandler’s also offers a couple of kid-friendly options.

May 18: Third Thursday Lecture Series: Exploring Big Ideas – Health
7pm – 9pm | SLU Discovery Center
First Church of Christ, Scientist Michelle Nanouche will be doing a talk for the Third-Thursday Lecture Series: Exploring Big Ideas – Health A Talk, titled “Finding God, Finding Health.”

May 20: Herbs & Spirits Class at Cicchetti
1pm – 3pm | Cicchetti
Cicchetti is hosting a fun workshop on May 20th, featuring herbs and spirits for liqueurs, liquors, and more. You’ll learn how to capture the essence of garden herbs as you make four cocktails – each paired with delicious dishes. The cost is $80 per person, not including tax or gratuity. Reservations are required: 206-323-0807.

May 26: Back to Bach by Emerald City Music
8pm – 11pm | 415 Westlake
This music event, Back to Bach, examines Bach’s influence on Western music, from percussion to piano and everything in between. Musicians from Lincoln Center, the Curtis Institute and other groups will be performing in a relaxed atmosphere. The cost is $45 (students only $10 admission), and includes an open bar.

There’s lots happening with food and fun throughout April in Lake Union! Check out these Lake Union events…

All April: Edible City Month
MOHAI celebrates the culture of food with Edible City Month in April. Experience a month of culinary exploration in this city-wide salute to Seattle’s innovative urban palate. Unique culinary events and programs will take place across the city April 1-30, including book signings, a live broadcast of KIRO radio’s Seattle Kitchen with Tom Douglas and Thierry Rautureau, a food science fair, and more. In addition, diners are invited to collect receipts from participating restaurants and establishments to unlock special museum pricing to see Edible City: A Delicious Journey.

April 6: First Free Thursday at MOHAI
10am – 8pm | Museum of History and Industry
On the first Thursday of the month, April 6th, the Museum of History and Industry offers free general admission for the museum’s permanent exhibits – all day long! The free admission includes: True Northwest: the Seattle Journey, and the Bezos Center for Innovation.

April 8: Seattle Makers Market
11am – 5pm | 400 Fairview Ave N
Seattle-area artists, crafters, makers, and artisans will display their work for sale from 11am until 5pm on Saturday, April 8th. 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.

April 9: Cast Off! Free Public Sail
10am – 5pm | Center for Wooden Boats
Take a sail in classic wooden boats during this free event! The Center for Wooden Boats is hosting a free public sail on Sunday, April 9th. Rides last approximately 45 minutes and can be reserved throughout the day. Space is limited and rides fill quickly, so arrive early to sign up.

April 13: Seattle Kitchen Live at MOHAI
7pm – 8:30pm | Museum of History and Industry
Tom Douglas and Thierry Rautureau, two esteemed Seattle chefs, bring their long-running Seattle Kitchen radio show to MOHAI. See their conversation in action, as they discuss, argue, and laugh about a broad range of topics connected to the city’s food scene. Cost: $15 MOHAI members / $20 public.

April 16: Easter Brunch at Serafina
9:30am – 2:30pm | Serafina
Serafina is hosting a two-course brunch menu in celebration of Easter! Look for seasonal offerings including rhubarb, fava beans and local cherries. Patio seating will be offered if the weather is agreeable. The brunch is $35 per person (not including gratuity or tax), plus a kids menu for $12/child. Make your reservation: 206-323-0807.

April 22: Edible City Science Fair
10am – 4pm | Museum of History and Industry
Celebrate Earth Day at MOHAI by investigating the science behind food, farming, and sustainability at the Edible City Science Fair. Enjoy hands-on displays, demonstrations, as well as activities with community groups and organizations from across Washington State. Discover some of the latest innovations in food science! The science fair is open to visitors (and exhibitors!) of all ages. Free for members; included with museum admission.

April 29: Tequila – Not Just Salt & Lime Cocktail Class
1pm – 3pm | Serafina
Explore the history of tequila from Mexican tradition, through Spanish distillation techniques and methods for aging in this fun class from Serafina and Cicchetti. You’ll learn how fine agave spirits are made, styles available and cocktail-crafting tips. Four cocktails will be paired with dishes. Cost is $80 per person (not including gratuity or tax). Reservations required.

From museum happenings to food and drink events, there’s lots to do next month around the neighborhood…

March 2: First Free Thursday at MOHAI
10am – 8pm | Museum of History and Industry
On the first Thursday of the month, March 2nd, the Museum of History and Industry offers free general admission for the museum’s permanent exhibits – all day long! The free admission includes: True Northwest: the Seattle Journey, and the Bezos Center for Innovation.

March 3: Salish Sea Expeditions, 20 Years of Discovery Seafood Bash
6:30pm – 10pm | Museum of History and Industry
Celebrate 20 years of learning expeditions with Salish Sea Expeditions in a seafood bash on March 3rd. Food is provided by Herban Feast, with libations from local bars, crab races, dessert dash and FUNdraiser in support of 2017 programs. Tickets are $150/person.

March 4: Form Over Function – Ceramic Sculptures Opening Reception
4pm – 7pm | Winston Wachter
Winston Wächter Fine Art Seattle is proud to announce Form Over Function: Ceramic Sculptures by Andrew Casto, Steve Young Lee, Jeffry Mitchell, Zemer Peled, Kim Simonsson and Dirk Staschke. The opening reception is on Saturday, March 4th, 4 – 7 pm. Artists Jeffry Mitchell and Dirk Staschke will be in attendance.

March 7: Taste of Place at MOHAI
7pm – 8:30pm | Museum of History and Industry
With some of the most productive growing regions in the whole world, Washington is one of the best spots for artisanal food and drink. Visit MOHAI on March 7th for a panel discussion, called Taste of Place, to explore the ways that natural phenomena contribute to some of the most specific aromas and flavors from our state. Tickets are $20 for the public, and $15 for MOHAI members. There’s a members-only pre-event happy hour at 5:30 p.m. with door prizes, light hors d’oeuvres, and a no-host bar for an additional fee.

March 17: REI Pinnacle and Pints
6:30pm | South Lake Union REI
Spend an evening of climbing, followed by a pint of beer for REI Pinnacle and Pints night! Start at the Climbing Pinnacle, gear-up (provided), and get some coaching from an REI host/belayer. Close the evening with a short walk to a local bar and REI will pay for the first round of pints and shared appetizers.

March 25: Maker Day – Upcycled Engineering
11am – 2pm | Museum of History and Industry
Bring the family to MOHAI on March 25th for Maker Day: Upcycled Engineering to learn how to use recycled goods to make fun, creative toys with Seattle ReCreative. Ballard Reuse has also made a giant interactive maze from reclaimed building materials to enjoy.