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June 23, 5-7pm, at Cal Anderson Park
Trans Pride Seattle is an annual event organized by Gender Justice League in association with local organizations who support the Seattle-area trans and gender non-conforming community.
June 24, 1-4pm, at Cal Anderson Park
Bounce houses, Mrs. Phelps (kid's band), Imagination Band, Drag Queen Storytime, Doggie Drag Fashion Show and much more!
June 24, 4-7pm, at Cal Anderson Park
Spoken word, activities, DJ, and dance.
HEADLINER: Cakes Da Killa @ 6pm
June 24, 12-9pm, Broadway Ave & Denny Way
Street Festival, DJ's, live performers, beer garden, and more!
July 13, 9am-5pm, Seattle Center Exhibition Hall
Small Business Expo has a wide range of amazing resources for small business owners and entrepreneurs. FREE to attend - come visit the chamber booth!
Chamber and member events in Capitol Hill !
Thank you - Clean Sweep 2017 was a blast!Thanks to everyone who participated in our annual Clean sweep event on Sunday June 4! This is our 5th year partnering with Seattle Pridefest to kick-off Pride Month by tidying up our neighborhood.
As you can see from our slideshow of the event, we all had a blast cleaning up Capitol Hill!250 Volunteers gathered at Cal Anderson Park for coffee and pastries sponsored by our local Starbucks, and donned stylish "Love Your Neighbor(hood)" t-shirts before dispersing to scrub the streets. Big thanks to our "regular" volunteers from the Elliot Bay Book Company for keeping those registration lines short!Clean Sweep teams collected PILES of trash & recycling before returning to Cal Anderson where they were treated to music by DJ LA Kendall, Tony Burns & Kid Amiga and a free lunch on the lawn compliments of Sizzle Pie, Nuflours, Central Co -Op and the Capitol Hill Farmers Market. Thanks to Recology Cleanscapes and Republic Services for hauling our bags of trash and recycling away, event volunteers who helped make the day run smoothly, and our hard-working Clean Sweep teams - see you next year!
We would like to highlight our generous Sponsors whose contributions helped make Clean Sweep happen:Beautification Buff Level Litter Whiz Level
Street Sweeper Level
In-Kind Community Sponsors
Community Care Day was a success!Thanks to everyone who pitched in to make Community Care Day a success! This was our second year partnering with local services providers to offer free haircuts, health care, discounted transit passes and care packages to the community after the Clean Sweep event in Cal Anderson Park.
Thanks to the team of professional stylists and barbers that took over the park shelter house to give free hair cuts, basic stylings, and shampoos - around 30 in total - and our Outreach partner at DSA for coordinating the haircuts again this year!We want to thank the volunteers from Orca Lift, Country Doctor , Swedish Medical Center, Lifelong Aids Alliance for graciously providing their time, services and care kits. Thanks also to Kaiser Permanente, Community Lunch, and the Dental Shoppe for your in-kind contributions to the care packages.We would like to extend an extra-special thank you to our generous Community Care Day Sponsor, Sound Mental Health, for making this day possible!
Learn about the Capitol Hill BIA Expansion!
A new BIA will help us shape, guide and advocate for Capitol Hill and preserve the diversity and unique nature of our neighborhood. It will also help us get big things done and manage the things that are important to our community. A BIA will generate funds to help new businesses fill empty storefronts, market the neighborhood, provide more street cleaning, increase public safety efforts, graffiti removal, and provide programming in places like Cal Anderson Park.
The Capitol Hill BIA will be funded through assessments on property owners located within its boundaries (Broadway, Pike-Pine, 12th Ave. E., 15th Ave. E., 19th Ave. E., Melrose, and Olive & Denny). Read more about the proposed BIA expansion at capitolhill2020.org
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