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Let’s celebrate art, culture, and community!

MAY 11 - JUN 8 - JUL 13 - AUG 10 - SEP 14

Roberto Maestas Festival Street + Beacon Hill Light Rail Plaza + Centilia Cultural Center

LIVE MUSIC, ART MARKET, GARDEN SHARE, DANCE, FAMILY FUN, FOOD & COMMUNITY INFO

STREET FAIR MAP

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APPLICATIONS

for Volunteers, Vendors, and Performers

Volunteers

for Garden Share, Market Set Up and Take Down, Parking,

Art Helper, Beacon Arts Info & Sales,

and other opportunities

Applications now open

Vendors

Applications now open

Performers

Applications for Performers is closed.

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LIVE MUSIC

Feel the rhythm as local musicians fill Festival Street with melodies. Performers and schedule will be announced soon.

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ART MARKET

South End Public Market: Come find art prints, stickers,  jewelry, pottery, body products and more from South Seattle Artists.

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FAMILY FUN

Teaching Artists will help folks with a new art project at each event. Find them next to on Festival Street near Centilia and 17th Ave S. Haiku contest, jump rope creation and play in the street

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COMMUNITY INFO

Organizations serving Beacon Hill will share opportunities, information and accomplishments.

CONNECT & ENGAGE

Create a community art project: Have an idea to engage Street Fair attendees in making art? A $200 stipend and $100 budget is available. Send your proposal to streetfair@beacon-arts.org

Facilitate a community dance session: We are also seeking dancers and/or choreographers to lead Street Fair attendees in the joy of dance! Stipend may be available. Send an email to streetfair@beacon-arts.org.

Volunteer to assist: The Street Fair is looking for volunteers to help out, including assisting the above activities! Volunteer hours count towards your Guild commitment, or high school required community service hours.

 

Sign up to volunteer at the Street Fair here.

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GARDEN SHARE 10am-2pm

Beacon Hill Garden Club: Free seeds, plants and supplies to share! Bring your extras and take what you need. Plants and seeds that are offered have an emphasis on growing food reflective of our diverse community. Direct donations of seeds, plants and cut flowers are encouraged!

*New location* This year find the garden share on the northeast corner of Roberto Maestas Plaza by the historic building entrance.

Centilia Cultural Center

SCHEDULE:

Starting in June, more details to come!

 

Community Dance: Move and groove with dance instructor-led sessions.

 

Garden Workshops: Cultivate your green thumb with a short informative workshop each month.

Story Time:  tba

2024 Sponsors:

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Paul Purcell & Barbara Guzzo

Thanks for Attending the 2023 Beacon Arts Street Fairs!

Street Fair Partners:

These groups and organizations helped make the 2022 Beacon Arts Street Fairs a huge success!

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South End Public Market

The South End Public Market  is a pop up monthly market showcasing artists, artisans and performers who call the South End home.

SEMP was a part of the April, June, and November Street Fairs.

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Pinoy Brown Delights

Filipino artists, vendors, and delicious treats.

 

Featuring: Annsistars, Grayseas Pies, That Dumpling Dough, Sara Batayola with Inihaw chicken and lumpia and Kay Dumlao with Award winning Kracken Conji adobo!

Roberto Maestas Plaza

El Centro de la Raza’s Business Opportunity Center is hosting a  Summer Market with a variety of artisans, local food vendors, and entertainment for the whole family!

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GARDEN SHARE

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Beacon Hill Garden Club

(10am-2pm)

Free seeds, plants and supplies to share! Bring your extras and take what you need, plus a chance to get the best tips from Master Gardeners. Plants and seeds that are offered have an emphasis on growing food reflective of our diverse community. 

This program is funded by donations. Make a donation for Posies from our gardens. Direct donations of seeds, plants and cut flowers are encouraged!

COMMUNITY UPDATES

Organizations serving Beacon Hill will

share opportunities, information and accomplishments.

Beacon Hill Council will be sharing information about their Fix the Harm project.

Smash the Box will be gathering community input on Seattle’s Transportation Plan.

Seattle Public Library

Rainier Valley Birth & Health Center

Woodland Park Zoo

Youth in Focus

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ARCHIVE: 2022 BEACON ARTS STREET FAIRS

APRIL 9, 2022

APRIL SHOWERS

April Event Sponsor: 

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April Stage Sponsor:

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Vendors
Aleon Artifakts

Cafe Che Che

Filamentals

Full Harvest

Magic Bear Designs

Plaza Artista

Rainbow Pirate Crafts

Smash the Box

Sula B. Jewelry

Performers
Joe Adami

Jean Mann

smason & the kats

MAY 14, 2022

INDIGENOUS PEOPLE'S MARKET

May Stage Sponsor:

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Vendors

GerrenP

Gobs of Color

Haida Ladies Crafts

Neecees Ancestral Art

Nopalli Beads

Rick Williams

Sinti Divine, Tachini Drums

Taller2manos

Tioke Nahuake


Performers

Hann Dei iJin

Tlingit Dance Group - Sealaska Heritage Group
Randal Kimball

Haida Blues/Folk Singer Songwriter
Juan Salinas Family Aztec Dancing & Music (Ixtli Whitehawk)
Ryan Yellowjohn

Shoshone/Bannack/Quechan Champion Hoop Dancer
Peter Ali

Native Flute/Songwriter

JUNE 11, 2022

HERE COMES THE SUN

Performers

​Sufficiently Hip
Jazz Night School Ensemble
Ihaw-Ihaw Jam

Contemporary Filipino music
Hermano Kuya

West Coast Indie Latine Band

June Event Sponsor: 

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Vendors

Alter Ego Expressions

Black Moon Minerals,

Cherry’s Cottage

Crystal Bar Co.

Daisia and Company

Full Harvest

Goo 4 U

Granny's Goodies

Ikat and Me

Jewelry by Yali

Magic Bear Designs

Plaza Arista

Robin Gropp

Scarabajo

Smash the Box

Sula B Jewelry

Taller2Manos

Sinti Divine

JULY 9, 2022

BUILDING BLACK WEALTH

Performers

​The Williams Brothers
Original Music and Covers

Comfort Food Band

Bitches Brew meets Fela Kuti!
Sheila Kay Trio

Jazz, R&B and Blues

July Event Sponsor:

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Pinoy Brown Box vendors included Victoria Gardner Art , Imee Jeanne, Silverio,  Gray Seas Pies, Filipino American National Historical Society, and Tahanan Books.

Vendors:

Ma and Pops

Black Moon Minerals

Full Moon Harvest

Undefined Clothing

Yabella Cupcakes

Mr. Naturalz: Kolonji Hair

Richport Durag

Why’s Words, LLC

Head wraps by Kim

Atokari

Black Pinay

Moon Village Bakery

Ardour Sisterz Candles

Middleton Enterprises

AUGUST 13, 2022

EL MARCADO

Performers

​King Khazm
Hip-Hop Producer and Emcee

Aimee Lefkowicz

Latina/Peruvian Singer/Songwriter
Los Buhos

Latin Music from around the Western Hemisphere

Vendors:

Arte RCXR

Firing Passion Pottery

Ikat and me

Reiki Reflect

Mexican Handmade Colors

Thinking Of Them

Phamily Plants n Bunnies

Scarabajo

Taller2manos

Nefertiti Holistic's

Full Harvest

Love that Art

Magic Bear Designs

Mor collections, Granny's goodies, Lena's Odds and Ends

NOVEMBER 10, 2022

HARVEST

Performers

Young Adult Fiction
A Seattle-based solo recording project fronted by Tanner Ellis.

Beach Brothers Band

Five-piece indie pop band based in Seattle, WA.
The Jaydogs

inspired by 50+ years of the best in Rock, Blues, Country, and Folk music.

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September Stage Sponsor:

WORKSHOP 3D Augmented Reality Studio

Vendors:

Art-Maranth Designs

kimber elements

YaBella cupcakes

Mexican Handmade Colors

Cherry's Cottage

Rooted

Filamentals

Magic Bear Designs

Neecees Ancestral Art

Scarabajo

Jewelry by Yali

Dreamcraftart
HER GLOW CANDY SHOP

Cafe Che Che

Pinoy Brown Box vendors included: Annsistars, Grayseas Pies, That Dumpling Dough, Sara Batayola with Inihaw chicken and lumpia and Kay Dumlao with Award winning Kracken Conji adobo!

Summer Series Sponsors:

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Beacon Arts Street Fairs receives funding from:

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