Tuesday is the big citywide Night Out event, where neighbors block of a street, get festive with food and conversation, and get to know everyone around them.
We know about six so far:
- Hiawatha Place – The folks down on Hiawatha appear to be going all-out, with an appearance by Double Dutch Empire, potluch food, art, badminton, and biking. At 843 Hiawatha Place, 5:30pm – 8:30pm.
- Jackson Place – St. Peter’s Episcopal Parish is the spot with BBQ, drinks, entertainment, and a bouncy house for the wee ones. Starts at 5:30pm at 1610 S. King St.
- Garfield – kjazz claims one the longest-running Night Out events in Seattle, with kid entertainment and potluck food. Find it at 25th & Spruce, from 6pm – 9pm.
- 25th & Spring – The tight-knit community around the Spring St. P-Patch always do it up right on Night Out. Find them in the 900 block of 25th Ave.
- 27th & Spring – The blockwatch there got a $250 grant from the city to do Night Out in style, and are planning food, music, and kids games for all ages.
- 21st & Union – Our twitter buddy LizWas let us know about a party for the 3 blocks on 21st Ave between Union and Cherry. It’ll be located at 21st & Union, from 6pm-9pm.
- – Potluck, BBQ, and Hoola Hoopage, starting at 6:30pm
- – Free self-defense class from 7-star women’s Kung Fu
- – Probably the best view of all block parties, from the back porch of the Central Area Senior Center at 500 30th Ave S., 6:30pm – 9pm.
- – Potluck party
- – BBQ, potluck, and firepit with marshmallow roasting & s’mores
- – Bouncy house!
Have a party that’s not listed? Let us know in the comments below and we’ll add it to our map.