The 4th annual Seattle’s Children’s Festival brought together over 211 performers spanning over 27 performances, 15 discovery zone programs, three cooking workshops and families from all over the city together for one day full of community celebration, cultural learning and sharing, hands-on discovery and family-fun!
On Sunday, October 8, the Seattle Center’s Armory and Fisher Pavilion were filled with bright-eyed children and families as we all explored the various performances and activities that represent the various cultures within our Pacific Northwest neighborhood! Having the wonderful opportunity to see our youth and families gather in one place, learning about our various cultures, taking pride in diversity and celebrating one another—these are some of the many reasons why we feel honored to host this event annually. Thank all of you for yet another incredible year of gathering and celebration!
We are excited to announce the Our Big Neighborhood program, which aims to provide opportunities for families to engage together in sharing and celebrating the vitality of folk, ethnic, traditional and evolving arts. Our Big Neighborhood will fully launch in 2018 to include Seattle Children’s Festival as well as more programming catered for our youth and families, so be sure to sign up for our eNewsletter to stay updated on when the official launch is announced!
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Northwest Folklife is a nonprofit arts organization that creates programs such as Seattle Children’s Festival because of our belief in the vitality of folk and the arts. We are proud to be community-powered, community-centered and community-driven. Programs such as Seattle Children’s Festival are made possible because of your generous donations. If you believe in our mission, please become a valued Friend of Folklife and help us fund our year-round programming!
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