Celebrate The King & Queen Of Rainier Beach

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Celebrate The King & Queen Of Rainier Beach
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Office of Arts & Culture Seattle says
Saturday, June 4, 11 a.m.–2 p.m.
12:30 p.m. public art dedication
9201 Rainier Ave. S at the intersection of Rainier Ave. S, 51st Ave. S and Barton Place S. just south of the Rainier Beach Branch of The Seattle Public Library and across the street from King Donuts Seattle!

Come join Mayor Ed Murray, the Rainier Beach Merchants Association , Seattle Police Department Denise “Cookie” Bouldin, Office of Arts & Culture Seattle director, Randy Engstrom and artist Peter Reiquam for the dedication of The King and Queen of Rainier Beach, a sculpture inspired by Seattle Police Detective, Denise “Cookie” Bouldin and the chess clubs she has organized throughout the Rainier Beach community for over a decade. The sculpture was created as part of SDOT’s Safe Routes to School project at Rainier Ave S and 51st Ave S.

This event is part of the Rainier Beach Block Party featuring music, chess games, food and other activities celebrating spring in Rainier Beach.

Funded with Seattle Department of Transportation 1 % for Art funds.
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By: Office of Arts & Culture Seattle

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