While the 2020 Polish Festival Seattle (July 11th) has been CANCELED, we're taking this opportunity to share photos from previous years.Polish Festival Seattle is a premier event created to celebrate Polish culture, traditions and contemporary achievements in a joyful atmosphere with diverse audiences of the Greater Seattle region. The festival features authentic Polish food, live music, exhibits, merchants, vodka tasting, beer garden, workshops, and more.📷 credit: Piotr Horoszowski ... See MoreSee Less
Wolf “On the Fly” all prepped and ready for you today 🔥 Sun is coming out, Queen Anne Farmers market bell rings at three o’clock 🔔 💐 👩🌾 We will start grilling here at Wolf sidewalk at 4:00 and serving flatbreads, peppers and corn until we sell out 🔥 House-made Flatbreads with summer squash @steelwheel.farm , chickpea, Aleppo pepper yogurt, veggies only $14, with short rib $16.🌶 Shishito peppers with lemon aioli, Rainier cherries from our friends @collinsfamilyorchards 🌽 Street Corn with Calabrian butter, pecorino cheese 🍹 Wolf Sangria and new rum cocktail, the Jungle Bird 🌺Here’s the drill: We start at 4:00, until we sell out! Walk up orders only, please queue up on the sidewalk, keep distance on markers, and no masks, no service, with love 😷 ❤️ - your Wolf Quarenteam @esrseattle @queenannefarmersmarket @queenannechamberofcommerce @ How to Cook a Wolf ... See MoreSee Less
Friday for Happy Hour! Trying to figure out whether to come in person or order to-go? This info might help:Our capacity is 60 people. We require masks and 6-feet of social distancing. Each table is labeled with how many it can seat. We serve dinner at the table -- no buffets. This week's menu includes authentic Swedish meatballs, home-made tomato soup with salad and bread, and home-made jordgubbstårta (one of Chef Malin's most popular items!) You can also order meatballs to go! Of course we have our fabulous bar open (just no alcohol to go at this time.)If you decide to come to the Club, and please do!, whether you sit outside on our deck that is just MADE for social distancing or sit inside, we'll have LIVE music! Great music and great food are just a couple of the things we are well known for... 🇸🇪🥰 ... See MoreSee Less
📣 Wolf “On the Fly” off our wood fired grill back again tomorrow, Thursday 🔥 stop by on your way to or from the Queen Anne Farmer’s market. Tomorrow’s Menu, July 9th:🔥 House-made Flatbreads with summer squash @steelwheel.farm , chickpea, Aleppo pepper yogurt, veggies only $14, with short rib $16.🌶 Shishito peppers with lemon aioli, Rainier cherries from our friends @collinsfamilyorchards 🌽 Street Corn with Calabrian butter, pecorino cheese 🍹 Wolf Sangria and new rum cocktail, Jungle Bird 🌺Here’s the drill: We start at 4:00, until we sell out! Walk up orders only, please queue up on the sidewalk, keep distance on markers, and no masks, no service, with love 😷 ❤️ - your Wolf Quarenteam @esrseattle @queenannefarmersmarket @queenannechamberofcommerce @ How to Cook a Wolf ... See MoreSee Less
Finland normally relies on about 16,000 seasonal workers to harvest berries, but the COVID19 pandemic has put a stop to incoming workers. So, many Finns -- some made jobless by the pandemic or students needing summer work -- are signing up to work in the fields to save the harvests: ... See MoreSee Less
Coming Wednesday! Kvinnor Kan (Women Can) Book Club! If you've wanted to join our book club but couldn't make it over to our building, here's your chance! We’re reading "This Is What America Looks Like: My Journey from Refugee to Congresswoman" by Rep. Ilhan Omar. 5:30 p.m. Free. Meet in person in the bar OR by Zoom. For the virtual address, contact firstname.lastname@example.org. ... See MoreSee Less
Great choice! So important to learn about people's journeys and experiences in these times.
Amazing and interesting choice.
My Son & Daughter in law live in NE Mpls., & voted for her.
I am appalled at the swedish club for having this repulsive woman....
Meh; I'll be more impressed when she is reflective enough to be able to see the sexism in her religion & shed the oppression she still proudly displays on her head despite being in a developed nation.
& no, I will not tolerate sexism masquerading as culture or religion & that goes for all patriarchal religions!
Sorry for the unrelated comment, but is there anyone following this page who can tell me if any of the Swedish families in the PNW originally came from the early "New Sweden" colony in Delaware, circa 1650?
NOW HIRING a part-time production baker to join our team! ~25 hours/week, fun team, 2 years scratch baking experience in fast-paced kitchen required. Email resumes to customerservice@Byenbakeri.com. ... See MoreSee Less
📣 Call to action 📣 Seattle—we need your help calling on our legislators to support the RESTAURANTS Act of 2020. This bill provides a stabilization fund that is dedicated to local, independently owned & operated businesses like ours. •Visit saverestaurants.com/takeaction to sign a letter that will AUTO-PERSONALIZE and AUTO-POPULATE your elected officials names and contact info for fastest send. •Swipe for to see the message that is populated for the e-letter and use it as a template to craft your own letter or as a script for a phone call! Feel free to share. Thank you in advance ❤️ #RestaurantsAct2020 @seattlerestaurantsunited@indprestaurants @repdelbene@repricklarsen@herrerabeutler @repnewhouse@cathymcmorris@repderekkilmer@repjayapal@repkimschrier@repadamsmith@repdennyheck @govinslee @ How to Cook a Wolf ... See MoreSee Less
Summer time pasta fix 🌞 Duck confit with summer squash from our friends @steelwheel.farm and basil over Conchiglie. Menus change every Wednesday and look for our collaboration with @woodlandparkzoo Zoo Party menu live this week with Jungle Bird cocktail 🍹 🦜 🌺 🦩🌻 @ How to Cook a Wolf ... See MoreSee Less
#ArtAtTheCenterAN EQUAL AND OPPOSITE REACTION. Sarah Sze. 2005 New York artist Sarah Sze created An Equal and Opposite Reaction, suspended in the grand lobby of McCaw Hall, home to Seattle Opera and Pacific Northwest Ballet. Each section of the suspended sculpture is constructed of hollow aluminum bars, filled with highly articulated fabricated parts and found objects, such as pushpins, rulers, zip ties, ladders, extension cords, industrial clamps, faux flowers, and tape measures. The vortex structure of the work sweeps the viewer's gaze up into the space above. The artwork was built by Seattle Opera Scenic Studios, one of the most innovative scene shops in the country, and Sze realized the importance of having her sculpture in the hands of a team with technological expertise and artistic acumen. Funded by Seattle Center 1% for Art. ... See MoreSee Less