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6:30PM - 8:30PM
Art Space Mt Baker Lofts
2915 Rainier Avenue South, Seattle WA 98144
This event is free
Family Focus

Presented by:

Mount Baker Hub Business Association

The community is invited to attend our free program, “Mount Baker Hub — Transforming a 20th Century Intersection into A 21st Century Model Community” on Monday September 19th at 6:30 pm. This event takes place at the Art Space Mount Baker Lofts, in the community room (2915 Rainier Avenue South – facing the Mt Baker Link station).   The program will present a series of visionary Town Hall-style “Lightning Talks” with presentations from:

Sound Transit: “Transforming Communities Through TOD”, by Sarah Lovell, Transit Oriented Development Manager
International Living Future Institute: “Living Community Challenge – Vision Into Action”, by Marisa Hagney, AIA Seattle Board, and Co-Chair of Seattle’s Urban Design Forum

Schemata Workshop: “Building On Success – Cohousing In The Capitol Hill Ecodistrict”, by Mike Mariano, Architect
Seattle Neighborhood Greenways / BikeWorks: “Changing Culture, Building Community”, by Phyllis Porter, VP of Rainier Riders Cycling Club and Chair of Black Girls Do Bike Seattle

Seattle Rainwise Program: “Managing Stormwater at Home”, by Susan Harper, Sr. Planning & Development Specialist, SPU and Manager, Rainwise Program

Friends of Seattle Olmsted Parks: “Historical Connections: Building A Livable Urban Future Around Seattle’s Visionary System of Parks and Parkways”, by Jennifer Ott, VP FSOP and Historian for HistoryLink.org

The Miller Hull Partnership: “Net Positive Design”, by Brian Court, Architect

“Ebb and Flow”:  Design Concept for Hub Fest’s Transit Oriented Mural, by Ari Glass and Craig Cundiff, award-winning ArtSpace residents

These presentations will explore how the North Rainier’s Mt. Baker Hub area can become a truly sustainable community, and will provide an opportunity for community members to learn more about the area’s registration for the Living Community Challenge.

Mount Baker Hub Fest and Mount Baker Hub Lightning Talks are supported by the Seattle Department of Neighborhoods Neighborhood Matching Fund, Pike Brewing, The Stranger, Sound Transit, That Brown Girl Cooks, Seattle Parks, Kings Hall, Humble Pie Pizza, Advocates Law Group, Seattle City Council President Bruce Harrell and O’Reilly Auto Parts (large mural sponsor), as well as by many other partners, including the Seattle Parks Foundation.