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Join Diane LaVonne for an engaging and unique food experience, one which connects the farmer, the ingredients, and cooking, with the finished product. You will start with lessons on choosing fresh ingredients for the days menu at the "Heart of Seattle", the Pike Place Market, where you will meet many of the farmer vendors and shop owners she has known for more than 20 years. After the tour you will go to her kitchen for a fun, interactive experience, learning about, preparing, and enjoying the best of what the Northwest has to offer from its waters, farms, orchards, and vineyards.
One of the most elite private clubs in the city, The Rainier Club is also one of the oldest. Named for Peter Rainier, a British admiral, the club faced a number of relocations before settling down at its present location, a Jacobean-style building completed in 1904. Today, the club includes a restaurant, event spaces, guest suites, health club and more.
Surrounded by the likes of the 76-story Columbia Tower, the classical dome of this former church can seem lost in the cityscape. But the venue remains a lovely, calm setting for concerts and literary events throughout the week. Take note of the beautiful stained glass windows that adorn the walls here.
Built for the Danish Brotherhood in America in 1908, Washington Hall is a landmark in the city. Its an amalgamation of architectural styles such as Mission Revival, Spanish Colonial Revival and others. From being a fraternal lodge to being a cultural hub for the Danish migrants and then later to other ethnic groups, it has been a part of the local community with a rich cultural heritage. Comprising of two lovely spaces, the Main Hall and Lodge Room, this three-story building regularly hosts concerts, theatrical acts and dances. It is also available on rent for various other events.