OK, lets try this again. I just looked and the Starbucks at 1st Ave and Yesler is not presently under construction. So, we will try that as our meeting place. From there we can take off down 1st Ave or go up to the 3rd and Yesler art building. The important thing is - we can meet inside, get some coffee, and not have a bunch of construction noise to bother us :).
I will have Maps for us and we can split up or wander together as a group. And I will have a meeting place decided for the 8pm close where we can gather for a brew and discuss the day.
First Thursday takes place each month in Seattle's historic Pioneer Square neighborhood, from noon to 8PM, when leading art galleries throw open their doors to introduce their new exhibitions and artists. For more information about opening events at specific galleries, refer to our venue search feature.
The Art Walk in Pioneer Square is enhanced by the dozens of public art installations that can be found when walking between galleries. From the historic Native American Totem Poles in Occidental and Pioneer Square parks to the bright red “Sentinels” on guard outside the new Fire Station 10. A complete list can be found at www.seattle.gov.