PIONEER SQUARE SPRING CLEAN
REGISTRATION NOW OPEN!
April 8th 9:00am to 12:00pm
Spring Clean is at our doorstep once again! Grab a co-worker, a neighbor, or that delinquent nephew and join us as we spruce up the neighborhood. Pull on those old college painting pants and get on with some graffiti abatement. Don grandpa’s dirty overalls and start yanking weeds. Whatever shabby old working clothes you have will do the trick. If you don’t have any, T-shirts will be provided along with coffee and snacks to get you pumped for the day.
Register here: http://bit.ly/psqspringclean17
Share on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/229620744169102/
As we come out of a long winter, here are a few reasons we’re excited about the onset of spring in the Square:
PIONEER SQUARE EVENTS
WHAT’S HAPPENING IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD?
03/02 Pioneer Square Art Walk
03/19 First home game of the season for Seattle Sounders FC. GO SOUNDERS!
04/08 Pioneer Square Spring Clean
04/10 Mariner’s Opening Day. GO MARINERS!
05/11-13 Upstream Music Fest & Summit
Have you checked out the Pioneer Square event calendar lately? You may be surprised by the variety of things happening throughout the neighborhood. In addition to well-known and cherished events like First Thursday and gallery openings, you’ll find details about theater, book signings, kids events, music, fundraisers, Occidental Park events, and more.
Don’t forget to post your events on the Pioneer Square calendar so people who live and work can be part of the fun!
Thursday, March 2
Milepost 31, 211 First Ave. S., Seattle
Admission is free.
PIONEER SQUARE IMPACTS
Center City Connector Project (First Ave Streetcar)
Seattle City Light at 1st Ave S & S Washington
North Lot (255 S King Street/Hawk Tower)
Yesler Bridge Replacement
200 Occidental (COMPLETED)
80 Main (COMPLETED)
For more detail on upcoming projects and events in the region see SDOT’s three week look ahead.
FEBRUARY PRESS FROM THE SQUARE
Angi Davis to Lead Urban Villages’ Revitalization of Historic Pioneer Square (Commercial Property Executive)
Review: ˜Design of Dissent exhibit taps Seattle’s rebel yell (Seattle Times)