Nov 30 & Dec 1

Giving Marketplace

Programs & Events

Giving Marketplace

Find unique, socially-conscious gifts for family and friends from over 30 vendors and organizations that support causes such as empowering women and girls, protecting the environment, fighting for clean water, and responding to the refugee crisis. This year’s program will have a special section on local organizations using design innovation to tackle world problems. Looking to do more than just shop? Pull up a chair, push up your sleeves, and make your own gifts alongside local artists. Have fun participating in this unique opportunity at our once-a-year Giving Marketplace. Hours are 10 am till 5 pm on Friday and Saturday.

Giving Marketplace

Find unique, socially-conscious gifts for family and friends from over 30 vendors and organizations that support causes such as empowering women and girls, protecting the environment, fighting for clean water, and responding to the refugee crisis. This year’s program will have a special section on local organizations using design innovation to tackle world problems. Looking to do more than just shop? Pull up a chair, push up your sleeves, and make your own gifts alongside local artists. Have fun participating in this unique opportunity at our once-a-year Giving Marketplace.

HUMAN RIGHTS DAY: A FOCUS ON INTERSECTIONALITY

The Seattle Human Rights Commission presents HUMAN RIGHTS DAY: A FOCUS ON INTERSECTIONALITY and a celebration of the 70th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. The event will include performances by the youth of Totem Star and a panel discussion featuring Monserrat Padilla of the Washington Immigrant Solidarity Network and Alisa Bernard of the Organization for Prostitution Survivors.

STEAM Power: Turn Up The Heat With Creativity & Innovation In Teaching

Pacific Science Center proudly partners with the Museum of Pop Culture and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Discovery Center to bring teachers STEAM Power, a day dedicated to inspiring and supporting educators in STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts, and math). Take part in your choice of two, 2-hour, skill-based workshops at these Seattle Center area venues, a stimulating full lunch keynote and tasty snacks throughout the day. These workshops are designed especially for educators addressing a broad spectrum of STEAM learning, highlighting key topics from each organization’s specific areas of expertise, taught by each organization’s staff and professional educators. The cost to attend STEAM Power is $55, includes a light breakfast, lunch, snacks, and seven Washington state clock hours are available.

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