Don’t Miss the City’s Open House at City Hall this Saturday

 

Get a peek behind the scenes at City Hall.

 

Bring the kids - they'll have fun too!

 

Come and see us this Saturday, January 29.  The City Council and Mayor Mike McGinn, along with departments across city government, are hosting a City Hall open house to take place from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.  SDOT will participate with the latest news on the Transit Master Plan development and the Elliott Bay Seawall Project.

Mayor McGinn will highlight 2011 plans for his Engage Seattle initiative and the Cities of Service plan. Staff and volunteers will also conducts tours of the Mayor’s Office. 

Molly Moon’s ice cream truck, the mobile food truck Skillet and Caspar Babypants, a popular local rock group for kids featuring the lead singer of Presidents of the USA,  will be featured in the City Hall open house Saturday, January 29. The ice cream truck, Skillet and a City of Seattle fire truck will be parked on Fifth Avenue in front of City Hall. The Seattle Animal Shelter will also have guinea pigs and a few dogs available for adoption in the main lobby, near the Bertha Knight Landes Room.

Here are the details:
1st floor lobby near base of steps
Buddy Catlett & Friends (Jazz and swing)
11 a.m.– noon

Mayor’s Remarks
Noon -12:30 p.m.
 
Caspar Babypants 
12:45 – 2 p.m. with short break between sets
 
7th floor lobby across from reception
Correo Aereo (Traditional Latin music)
11 a.m. – noon

Srivani Jade (Classical music of India)
12:30 – 2 p.m.

Stop by and say hello…

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