Northwest Folklife’s 3rd Annual Seattle Children’s Festival is October 9 at Seattle Center
A one-day multi-cultural, inter-generational festival “Celebrating Our Big Neighborhood”
– No admission fee thanks to donations Northwest Folklife’s Seattle Children’s Festival brings together local communities to showcase and celebrate families of the Northwest, introducing children in attendance to new cultures and traditions through a variety of educational and hands-on programs.
This multi-cultural, inter-generational festival includes live performances and interactive workshops that are geared toward families and children of all ages.
Seattle Center’s Fisher Pavilion and Armory
305 Harrison Street, Seattle
October 9, 2016
10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
No admission fee, thanks to community donations.
About Northwest Folklife
Northwest Folklife is a year-round nonprofit organization dedicated to creating opportunities for
all people to appreciate, share, and participate in the evolving traditions of the Pacific Northwest. Every year since 1972, Northwest Folklife has presented the Northwest Folklife Festival over Memorial Day Weekend at Seattle Center. The Festival honors and celebrates the musical and cultural traditions that make our region great and provides opportunities for the public to connect with the many diverse cultures that make up the Northwest through dance, song, and art. Since 2014, Northwest Folklife has produced the Seattle Children’s Festival, a one-day event that “Celebrates Our Big Neighborhood.” Northwest Folklife also lends itsmulticultural programmatic hand to a variety of Pacific Northwest events, including the Cultural Arts Series in Bellevue. To keep up with Northwest Folklife, visit NWFolklife.org.
Northwest Folklife’s Seattle Children’s Festival is sponsored in part by Seattle Center and the Wyncote Foundation.