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Our Big Neighborhood: Presented by Northwest Folklife and Seattle Center
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Our Big Neighborhood: Presented by Northwest Folklife and Seattle Center
Through inter-generational, multi-cultural exchange, we aim to promote greater social understanding.
 
Join Northwest Folklife and Seattle Center for Our Big Neighborhood, a multi-cultural, multi-disciplinary, inter-generational series that offers people of all ages opportunities to learn about Northwest communities through a variety of educational, presentational and hands-on programs. 
 
Programs are designed for ages 4-12 | Activities are fun for the whole family!

Here are the Our Big Neighborhood events you can look forward to at Seattle Center in 2018:

August 4, 11 & 18, 4pm – 7pm at the Artists at Play playground
 
The perfect urban summertime activity, Global Playground mixes cultural connectivity with outdoor play. Set in Seattle’s most unique playground, this series celebrates outdoor fun through coordinated playground games and interactive dance, and movement workshops rooted in cultural traditions. Local bands provide a musical backdrop to keep you moving, playing, and learning!
 
September 22, 10am – 5pm at Fisher Pavilion and inside Seattle Center Armory
 
The Seattle Children's Festival is a multi-cultural, intergenerational festival featuring live performances, hands-on activities, and interactive workshops to get your kids learning and playing.

Seattle Center Winterfest Launch Party
November 23 inside Seattle Center Armory
 
Joining the tradition of Seattle Center Winterfest, Northwest Folklife will support the opening weekend celebration with student and cultural performances and activities that bring families together.
 
2019 Events:
 
Movin’ Around the World: Celebrating the Cultures of the World Through Movement and Song
February 16 – 22, 2019 & April 6-12, 2019 inside Seattle Center Armory
 
Movin’ Around the World is a week-long program that takes place in February and April, featuring a different cultural community from the Pacific Northwest each day. These programs are scheduled over Seattle Public School’s breaks to better involve Northwest families. Youth, parents, and families are invited to participate through dancing, music-making and hands-on activities in the Seattle Center Armory, learning directly from and being inspired by master tradition bearers and youth ensembles. Kids can learn a dance, make crafts, sing a song, and get better acquainted with some of the cultural communities that make up Our Big Neighborhood.
 
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Seattle Center Seattle Center creates exceptional events, experiences and environments that delight and inspire the human spirit to build stronger communities. City of Seattle
Jenny A. Durkan, Mayor, City of Seattle
Director Robert Nellams, Seattle Center, 305 Harrison Street, Seattle, WA 98109