Tap into Georgetown: Beer, Art and History on the Banks of the Duwamish

Search for this electric box along the way!

The rumors are true: Localist is hosting a free public tour of the Georgetown neighborhood on Saturday, March 3, 2-4pm. And you are cordially invited to participate!

What can you expect on this tour? Well, we’ll take in the industrial, commercial and artistic cultures that have developed in the twentieth- and twenty-first-century aftermath of Seattle’s original beer brewing center. We’ll also get an introduction to the face of the neighborhood – the people who live, work and hang out between Lucille and Bailey Streets. And we are so excited to have architectural historian Elissa join us as a guide (she was awesome in last August’s Public Art Walk in Wallingford)!

So what are you waiting for? Space is limited and registration is required. For more information and to sign up, please click here!


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