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Free for All: Celebrating Ten Years of Town Hall
Town Hall Seattle
Seattle, WA
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Free for All: Celebrating Ten Years of Town Hall
Imagine an entire Town Hall season rolled into one rich, raucous day, and you're at our tenth anniversary Free for All. Every hour (more or less) on the hour, our two stages will host local musicians, writers, thinkers, and civic leaders in programs drawn from across the wide expanse of the Town Hall calendar. The day includes a debate between King County Executive candidates; a family concert by Caspar Babypants (Chris Ballew, of The Presidents of the United States of America); acclaimed violinist Quinton Morris and Friends, playing Mozart and William Grant Still; short stories of and by emigrants, read by Lesley Hazleton and Lyall Bush; science historian George Dyson, with his acclaimed consideration of the kayak; and a Global Rhythms concert featuring the thundering drums of Seattle Kokon Taiko. Light food and drinks will be available for purchase throughout the day in our new cafe space. Come for a taste, or stay the whole afternoonand celebrate ten years of programs that reflect and inspire Seattle's highest aspirations: toward creativity, empathy, expansive thinking, and an ever-stronger community.

All events are free, but advance registration for each event is requested at www.brownpapertickets.com. Late seating not guaranteed.


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1 pm: Family Concert featuring Caspar Babypants (Chris Ballew, of The Presidents of the United States of America). Downstairs at Town Hall; enter on Seneca Street.

1:30 pm: Center for Civic Life: King County Executive Debate. Dow Constantine, Ross Hunter, Fred Jarrett, and Larry Phillips confirmed; Susan Hutchison invited.Great Hall; enter on 8th Avenue.

3 pm: Short Stories Live: Emeigrant Stories, featuring Lesley Hazleton and Lyall Bush. Downstairs; enter on Seneca Street.

4 pm: TownMusic Concert: Quinton Morris and Friends. Great Hall; enter on 8th Avenue.

5 pm: Seattle Science Lecture: George Dyson on Kayaks. Downstairs; enter on Seneca Street.

6 pm: Global Rhythms: Seattle Kokon Taiko. Great Hall; enter on 8th Avenue


Town Hall Seattle
1119 8th Avenue
Seattle, WA 98101
United States



Kid Friendly: No
Dog Friendly: No
Non-Smoking: No
Wheelchair Accessible: No


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