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

The south Seattle neighborhood that gave us Rainier Beer is a thriving artistic and cultural center, and still brews a tasty pint! In this half-mile stroll, we’ll discover the unique culture of Georgetown through its art galleries, shops and cafes, and meet the individuals who lend the area its unique character. Please wear comfortable shoes for walking on uneven pavement and note that this tour is for visitors aged 21 and over.

Date: Saturday, March 3, 2012

Time: 2-4pm

Where: The tour begins at 2pm in Georgetown, or meet your guide at 1:20pm for transportation from Downtown Seattle to Georgetown via Metro Transit. Charge for the bus to and from Georgetown is $2.25 each way. Details will be sent upon receipt of your registration.

Cost: Free. Space is limited and registration is required. Please complete the registration form below by Wednesday, February 29.

Special thanks to our co-host:

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

  1. Shellt DeCaro says:

    Look forward to the tour.

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