Washington State Historical Society
Purchase tickets at the museum’s admissions desk or online.
All the Sacrifices You’ve Made / Todos los Sacrificios Que has Hecho
A Project by Borderland Collective
February 5 – October 16, 2022
All the Sacrifices You’ve Made / Todos Los Sacrificios Que Has Hecho is a collaboration between students and staff from the College Assistance Migrant Program (CAMP) at the University of Washington and Borderland Collective, an arts collective from Texas. Participants curated photos from their family albums, made new photographs, and recorded their oral histories. The resulting exhibition creates a uniquely personal connection between the viewer and the families and serves as an acknowledgment of the contributions, resilience, joys, and sacrifices made by farmworkers from the Eastern Washington agricultural regions of Yakima and Wenatchee.
Hear from Borderland Collective’s curators Jason Reed and Mark Menjivar along with Luz M. Iginuez, former director of CAMP at the University of Washington, in this program presented on Jan. 29, 2022:
The exhibition was created by Borderland Collective’s Mark Menjivar and Jason Reed with CAMP staff and students including Luz Iniguez, Natalia Esquivel Silva, Orfil Olmos, Gabriela Ruiz, Moises Mendez, and Alondra Torres.
In the adjacent gallery, this contemporary exhibition is complemented by a selection of archival items from the Washington State Historical Society’s collections exploring the political and economic histories of land and labor in the region.
When the All The Sacrifices You Have Made / Todos Los Sacrificios Que Has Hecho ends, the family photographs and oral histories will be added to the WSHS permanent collections, preserving these meaningful histories for generations to come.
Young Women Empowered (Y-WE)
With our hands on the land at Marra Farm, we will connect with the Earth in reciprocal relationship, gain practical gardening skills, and grow fresh, culturally-relevant produce. We will also learn how to disrupt racism and injustice in the food system dominant in the U.S. through investing in food sovereignty locally and gaining skills for interdependence, such as woodworking, plant medicine, and ecosystem restoration. We will also plan a Fall community celebration.
Every Saturday 9AM-12PM from 9/17-10/29
Where: Marra Farm (Marra-Desimone Park, 9026 4th Ave S, Seattle, WA 98108)
Facilitated by Neli Jasuja and Tayah Carlisle
Other outdoor programs throughout the year:
- Nature Connections
- June Container Garden Giveaway Celebration
- Y-WE Grow Spring Cohort
- Summer Urban Innovators (South Park and Duwamish Valley youth) – in collaboration with Urban Fresh Food Collective, Resistencia Coffee, and Cultivate South Park
- South Asian Youth Leadership in Food Justice
Rainier Beach Urban Farm and Wetlands
Join us Saturday, Sep. 17; 10 a.m.-3 p.m. for Farm Fest at Rainier Beach Urban Farm & Wetlands, a celebration of urban agriculture and our beautiful Southeast Seattle community. LEARN MORE: https://tilthalliance.org/event/farm-fest/
Family-friendly and all set within Seattle’s largest urban farm, we plan to host live performances by local artists, plant-based crafts, storytelling, cooking demonstrations, farmer meet-and-greets, food trucks, and so much more. STAY TUNED FOR MORE DETAILS!
Hosted by Tilth Alliance, Farm to Table, the Friends of Rainier Beach Urban Farm & Wetlands, and Union Cultural Center, this event is free and open to the public.
HOW TO GET THERE & WHERE TO ENTER
We strongly encourage walking, biking and using public transportation to get to the farm (Light Rail station is a 15-minute walk; the Route 7 bus stop is a 5-minute walk).
Enter Farm Fest through the pedestrian entrance at Be’er Sheva Park or Cloverdale Street (bike racks available).
We’ll need volunteers to help out in the days leading up to the event and at the event on Saturday, Sep. 17. Volunteer shifts will be posted soon!
SPONSOR THE EVENT
Interested in participating in Farm Fest as a sponsor? More information coming soon! Submit your sponsorship agreement by September 1.
Seattle Center Festál
Seattle Center Festál presents Sea Mar Fiestas Patrias in partnership with Sea Mar Community Health Centers.
Sea Mar Fiestas Patrias commemorates the independence of Latin American countries, many of which celebrate their national independence day in the month of September. It is a festival to celebrate history, while taking pride in the new generations of Latinos who now call the United States home.
Throughout the two-day event at Seattle Center, attendees can enjoy delicious traditional Latin American food and cooking demonstrations, live music, traditional folk dance performances, art exhibitions representing Latino culture, free health screenings, children’s activities and more.
This event is free and open to the public.
Sea Mar began hosting Sea Mar Fiestas Patrias over twenty years ago in the South Park neighborhood of Seattle. Sea Mar extended the celebration to Seattle Center when they joined Festál in 2010. Since then, the festival has been put on every year during one weekend in mid-September. On Saturday, Sea Mar hosts a parade and community festival in South Park, which has become a great tradition that many families look forward to year after year. On Saturday and Sunday, Sea Mar hosts a large festival at Seattle Center with a variety of fun activities for everyone of all ages to enjoy in celebration of Latino culture.
The festival is an important celebration for Sea Mar because its organization was founded by a group of Latino community leaders in 1978. This group sought to address the healthcare needs in western Washington, specifically among the Spanish-speaking communities. Sea Mar understands the barriers Latinos and other immigrant communities may face when navigating the healthcare system, pursuing a higher education, or simply trying to make a living. For this reason, Sea Mar goes beyond primary care and has established additional programs, services, and events like Sea Mar Fiestas Patrias to celebrate Latino cultural traditions.
Sea Mar Fiestas Patrias
Sea Mar Fiestas Patrias, presented by Sea Mar Community Health Centers, Is a celebration of Latino culture and commemorates the independence of different countries within the Latin America region, many of which celebrate their national independence day in the month of September.
It is a festival to celebrate our history while taking pride in the new generations of Latinos that now call the United States home.
Walk the Block is a Central District art festival featuring the work of local, national, and international Black artists. Yards, porches, parks, gardens, & small businesses host visual art, performance, community stories, dance parties, & art installations.
Artists participating in this year’s Walk the Block include: Blumeadows, Alison Bremner, Jasmine Iona Brown, Bryce Detroit, Esther Ervin, Marita Dingus, Rachael F. ,Fysah, Gary Hammon & Carter Yasutake, JusMoni, Lehuauakea, Darrell McKinney, Meron Menghistab, Yeggy Michael, Larry Mizell Jr., Movimiento Afrolatino Seattle, NW Tap Connection, Tracy Rector, Perri Rhoden, Rashaun Rucker, Kenya Shakoor, Moses Sun, Gabrielle Tesfaye, Zachary James Watkins, Tiffany Wilson, Ezra Wube, films curated by Berette Macaulay, dance curated by Nia-Amina Minor and more.
Squaxin Island Tribe Museum
Join us on Saturday, September 17th for the live event return of the Water Sounds Annual Native Art Auction and Traditional Dinner! We are thrilled to open our doors again for a night of art, cuisine and philanthropy! Silent and live auctions, traditional Native foods and cultural sharing by the Squaxin Island Tribe.
Refuge Outdoor Festival
We’re going camping!!! It’s going to be a weekend of games, activities, food, and more. Celebrating Black Folks.
With support from Washington State Parks Folk & Traditional Arts Program we will host the first Sundaes Outside Campout at Ramblewood Retreat Center at Sequim Bay. Join us and enjoy a weekend outdoors connecting!
What to expect:
- Black Folks and Their Allies
- Outdoor Recreation Activities
- Dinner Provided (other meals up to participants)
- Camping Options
- Gear Support
- Did we mention fun?!!!
Ramblewood Retreat Center is located on the Olympic Peninsula just 4 miles east of Sequim and a quarter mile from Sequim Bay State Park. It is a popular destination for those seeking a mixture of camping with the comforts of a fully equipped lodge and showers. Ramblewood offers a cozy lodge with fireplace, and several different lodging styles.
This is a free event, donations are appreciated. For those taking the transportation we do require a refundable deposit per person.
We will have optional transportation support to/ from the event on Friday evening and Saturday morning, returning Sunday afternoon from Seattle and Tacoma. There is limited parking onsite, taking the arranged transportation or carpooling is highly encouraged.
There are several lodging options onsite and will be assigned based on responses to registration questions. More details will be provided closer to the event.
5:00pm Transportation from Seattle- Tacoma (optional)
3:00- 8:00pm Check-in & Explore
8:00- 9:30pm Hosted Dinner
9:30pm S’more & Fun
7:30am Transportation from Seattle- Tacoma (optional)
8:00- 10:00am Check-in & Explore
9:00am- 11:00am Optional Activities
- Beginner Mountain Biking
- Bird Walk
12:00-1:30pm Camp cooking demo
2:00- 5:00pm Optional Activities
- Map & Compass
- Art Project
7:30- 9:30pm Hosted Dinner & Music
9:30pm S’more & Fun
9:00- 11:00am Optional Activities
- Water Safety & Kayaking
1:00 Optional Transportation to Seattle- Tacoma area
Limited availability, don’t miss out register today.
We look forward to sharing space with you. Sunday family gatherings have been a staple in the black community, from church to family dinners and so much more. Sundaes outside is no different. If you have any questions or want to contribute to an event, please don’t hesitate to contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sponsored by: Washington State Parks, The Wilderness Society, Washington State Parks Foundation, REI
Nepantla Cultural Arts Gallery
Join us Sat. September 3rd from 5pm-7pm for the opening reception of our Chicano Art Not Yet at the Cheech Art Show. The Exhibition will run from Sept. 3rd-25th. Gallery hours are Thu-Sun 12pm-6pm
Town Hall Seattle
Town Hall Seattle is thrilled to announce the launch of a new annual writers festival, Volume I: Humble Beginnings. On September 16 and 17, nine guest authors will join a roomful of readers for a day and a night of talks, interviews, discussions, and signings. We invite you to grab your hearts and minds, leave your dwellings, and join nearly 1,000 other adventurous souls who love people but love books too. (Maybe just a little bit more. It’s a close one.)
Highline Heritage Museum
Some legends in Mexico passed through the barrier of time due to their historical importance, combining fantasy, and reality. Come learn about some of these legends! This event is free. This event is in Spanish. We will record this event to share the video with subtitles to provide accessibility for everyone.