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WATERFRONT BRIEFS: June 2020

Nearly 65% of King County residents over the age of 12 are fully vaccinated against covid.  Businesses are open under Phase 3.  The state will reopen fully on June 30 or as soon as 70% of Washingtonians over the age of 16 get their first vaccine dose, whichever comes first.  

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Seattle waterfront — Jun 7, 2021

|It’s Happening – a Solstice Delight|Rejoice! Big news for Seattle lovers of seafood and good times… Ivar’s Acres of Clams, the full-service waterfront restaurant at Pier 54, will re-open on June 21st! The sidewalk fish bar is open now. Meet you at Ivar’s! See MoreSee Less

Seattle waterfront — May 25, 2021

|The Story of Copper River Salmon|The legendary Copper River may be in Alaska, but the man who introduced its delicacy to the world was in Seattle! As an article in the Washington Post noted, almost everyone who loves good food owes a debt to Jon Rowley, whether they know it or not. Jon has passed, but his legacy lives on as Copper River Salmon arrives again to menus and fish counters throughout the city. For a great read on the history of Copper River Salmon, check out www.theatlantic.com/health/archive/2010/08/how-copper-river-salmon-got-so-famous/60700/ Photo credit to Ronald Holden See MoreSee Less

|The Story of Copper River Salmon|  The legendary Copper River may be in Alaska, but the man who introduced its delicacy to the world was in Seattle!  As an article in the Washington Post noted, almost everyone who loves good food owes a debt to Jon Rowley, whether they know it or not.  Jon has passed, but his legacy lives on as Copper River Salmon arrives again to menus and fish counters throughout the city.  For a great read on the history of Copper River Salmon, check out https://www.theatlantic.com/health/archive/2010/08/how-copper-river-salmon-got-so-famous/60700/  Photo credit to Ronald Holden
Seattle waterfront — May 18, 2021

|Waterfront Riddle|How do you reach Seattle’s waterfront from Pike Place Market? Just keep walking downhill:-) Construction underway will connect the market and waterfront seamlessly, which will be a welcome relief, especially on the busiest days of summer when the mercury climbs and crowds thicken. Photo credit LMN Architects. See MoreSee Less

|Waterfront Riddle|  How do you reach Seattles waterfront from Pike Place Market?  Just keep walking downhill:-)  Construction underway will connect the market and waterfront seamlessly, which will be a welcome relief, especially on the busiest days of summer when the mercury climbs and crowds thicken.  Photo credit LMN Architects.
Seattle waterfront — May 13, 2021

|Throwback Thursday|Seattle’s waterfront has been a central community meeting point and launching point for adventure since the city was formed! In the photo below, crowds gather for Alaska Sailing Day over 100 years ago with some surely headed for the Klondike in search of gold. Read more about the history of Seattle’s central waterfront at www.historylink.org/File/7072 See MoreSee Less

|Throwback Thursday|  Seattles waterfront has been a central community meeting point and launching point for adventure since the city was formed!  In the photo below, crowds gather for Alaska Sailing Day over 100 years ago with some surely headed for the Klondike in search of gold.  Read more about the history of Seattles central waterfront at https://www.historylink.org/File/7072
Seattle waterfront — May 4, 2021

|Let Summer Begin|The Sailing Seattle vessels are back for the season and in tip-top shape, so the next time you see the wind blowing, run down to Pier 56 and get ready for a thrilling ride. Congratulations, Paul and Joey, for 30 years on the waterfront! Tickets as low as $39 at sailingseattle.com/ See MoreSee Less

|Let Summer Begin|  The Sailing Seattle vessels are back for the season and in tip-top shape, so the next time you see the wind blowing, run down to Pier 56 and get ready for a thrilling ride.  Congratulations, Paul and Joey, for 30 years on the waterfront!  Tickets as low as $39 at https://sailingseattle.com/
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Seagulls Thunderstruck by New Waterfront!

Give Steve-n-Seagulls from Finland a thumbs-up on YouTube.  And If you really loved this performance, then you are invited to come feed the seagulls at Pier 54 on Seattle’s new waterfront:-)

Get 3 hours parking FREE when you visit Seattle’s waterfront!  Click for details.