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Capital Campaign Coordinator Town Hall Seattle seeks a Capital Campaign Coordinator to assist in coordinating and implementing a major capital campaign in close collaboration with the Associate Director, Capital Campaign.  Founded in 1998 and now serving more than 100,000 attendees through more than 400 events annually, Town Hall’s many program areas (arts, science, civics, literature, music, and family programs) have drawn a wide and growing mem...
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Today the internet is on strike to protest US legislation due to be brought in by the Federal Communication Commission (FCC) about “net neutrality” – essentially whether the internet should run at one speed for all companies and services, or should be divided into a fast and a slow lane. Do you think the internet should be regulated like a public utility? Or should companies (and in the end, consumers) have to pay more for access to these "fast lanes"?
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1119 8th Ave Seattle, WA 98101
1119 8th AvenueUSWashingtonSeattle98101
(206) 652-4255townhallseattle.org
Performing Arts Theater, Arts OrganizationToday 9:00 am – 5:30 pm
Monday 9:00 am – 5:30 pmTuesday 9:00 am – 5:30 pmWednesday 9:00 am – 5:30 pmThursday 9:00 am – 5:30 pmFriday 9:00 am – 5:30 pmSaturday ClosedSunday Closed

Town Hall is Seattle’s community cultural center, offering a broad program of music, humanities, civic discourse, and world culture events.  Local, national, and international programs and performances are scheduled year-round in the Great Hall, in the Public Room, and Downstairs at Town Hall. Many of Seattle’s cultural and civic organizations use the facility for a busy schedule of concerts, lectures, meetings, and fundraising events.

Town Hall also rents space to many individual users, from small meetings of 40 to full-building, multifloor events for 1,000. Town Hall is fully accessible, and assistive-listening devices are available upon request.

Town Hall’s name recalls town-meeting democracy and is emphasized by the intimate, curved, amphitheater-style seating of the Great Hall.

Town Hall is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization and relies on rentals, membership, volunteers, and fundraising to sustain its many activities. As a nonprofit organization with deep roots in Seattle’s civic life, Town Hall’s mission is to serve as a common home for dozens of Seattle’s midsized nonprofit organizations.


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Roman-revival building hosting a range of prominent cultural events, from music to science lectures.- Google
"Yummy brain food."
"Seattle's event hall for lectures & music."
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Cliff Malm
11 months ago
The preparation for Kathryn Bouton's presentation on September 15 was an embarrassment to the presenters, Ms. Bouton and Mike James and to the audience. If the intent had been a real time demonstration of the difficulties hearing impaired people endure, the presentation was a great success. Why would you put Ms. Bouton, who is profoundly deaf, on stage to answer questions with no provision for her to hear the questions? By the very nature of the topic, the audience was largely hearing impaired folks so it was especially important that the presenters receive a bit of instruction on proper use of the microphones. The instructions on proper use of the microphones came from one of the questioners. The Town Hall acoustics are terrible even for folks of "normal" hearing and presenters proper use of microphones is thus important for all of the audience. As a Town Hall member, we all owe Ms. Bouton an apology; her frustration was palpable and as our guest we owed her graciousness. Town Hall and its mission is an outstanding venue and the staff can do much better.
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Will Scott
3 years ago
Good space. 2-3 stars on free events, because the audience will ask inane questions, a much better experience for paid talks, which will draw a more focused crowd.
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William H. Calvin
2 years ago
Two venues for talks and music. Lobby for receptions. Former church.
A Google User
4 years ago
I spend too much time here seeing neat speakers etc. Great Seattle institution...
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Donald Tran
2 months ago
The talks here are fun and informative
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Colleen Robertson
a year ago
Great venue for artist lectures and community panels.
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Bálint Dobozi
4 years ago
Seattle's event hall for lectures & music
A Google User
3 years ago
Yummy brain food.