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While we’re very aware there are much more important things going on in our country and world this summer, we are finding small joys wherever we can. We thought we’d share a few of our latest discoveries and tips. (But also, while we’re at it, this is a good time to make sure you’re registered to vote and to buy some stamps from the USPS!)
We hear buzz of a big game this weekend for Seahawks fans, so we thought we’d offer some tips—whether you’re into the action or simply along for the good food and people that often accompany viewing parties.
Broaden your horizons at these performances, plays + beyond.
With the disheartening state of the news cycle and a collective unease we can’t help but deeply feel, we’re looking to be uplifted by positive people doing inspiring things. Namely, we’re diving into a season of celebrating the arts—on stages, screens and shelves around town. (Sports feel like a good escape right now, too!)
Football excitment meets Ivar’s Sailgating, while concerts + Oktoberfest fêtes enliven the season.
Our fall calendar is already filling up with spirited sports outings and rocking shows soon to be taking over Seattle stages. Here are a couple ideas to brighten the season.
American Express once again held its annual “Hawks Island” in Seattle on October 1st, hosting several hundred American Express Card Members and American Express-accepting merchants on a 200-foot+ barge (the length of more than two basketball courts) at Pier 66. For the second consecutive year we had the chance to attend this fun pre-game experience. Hawks Island is definitely a must go if you are a casual or diehard Seahawks fan like myself.
Q+A with Karl Moehring, CEO of Washington Shoe Company
Karl is a Seattle native who took the helm of the company in October 2015. Since then, Karl has made it a top priority to enhance the culture of the company and form a better environment for the employees. Washington Shoe Company houses three brands: Chooka, Western Chief, and Staheekum. Western Chief has been providing family footwear options since 1891. With the rain heading our way this week, it’s perfect timing to check out Chooka’s stylish and affordable fall fashion line.
Benefit concerts, Seahawks parties, Icelandic fetes & more seasonal fun.
Fall’s here, and we’re not mad about it. Seattle had a pretty awesome run this summer, plus the list of things to do, see, eat and hear this autumn is looking mighty appealing.
Night Shift has teamed up with Nike Football to curate a special party tomorrow night (Wednesday) in Pioneer Square. Think of it as a dance party to prefunk Thursday night’s Seahawks game.