Town Hall Seattle

Row 1

1119 8th Ave (at Seneca St.)
Seattle, WA 98101
(206) 652-4255

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  • See a talk about some obscure science thing at Town Hall
  • Built as the Fourth Church of Christ, Scientist, Town Hall Seattle has been a First Hill landmark for nearly 90 years, making the transition from religious to secular use with grace.
  • Great talks and very inexpensive.
  • One of the best places to get informed in Seattle. Become a member!
  • Hear from brilliant minds about topics ranging from politics to the environment.
  • Such a fun night! Intimate setting for Q&A with Simon Sinek!
  • Temple Grandin
  • Be sure to stick around for the Q & A session to witness adults that lack the understanding of what a question is.
  • Good speakers. Tonight: Nick Hanauer and Eric Liu on their new book, The Gardens of Democracy.
  • 5 elementary schools and their 3rd - 5th graders participate in the Scores Poetry Slam
  • on 11/7/11
  • Magnetic Fields on 2/23: First ten people to ask for the Mayor's Special at the South Lobby Cafe counter win free tix to hear Moby speak at THSEA on March 26th.
  • I see white people.
  • Good place for different art events. However it lacks proper ventilation or AC.
  • Seattle Ignite was held here! Great space with culture and history
  • Many of their talks, on a wide range of subjects, are just $5. Makes for a stimulating and relaxing evening of learning.
  • I've been here several times, saw both Ralph Nader and Kurt Vonnegut here.
  • Here to see lawrence lessig!