Next Monthly Sketch Outing

Nov. 11, 1 p.m., at King Street Station
See Monthly Outing page for details.

Monthly Outing!


Coming up next -- SPECIAL TIME AND DATE:   

Saturday, Nov. 11, 1 - 4 p.m.
King Street Station
303 S. Jackson, St., Seattle
(Meet just inside the entrance closest to the vehicle drop-off circle (under the clock tower).


Our November meet-up will be special: It’s a global celebration of the 10th anniversary of Urban Sketchers! USk groups worldwide will be sketching on the same day, around the clock, on Saturday, Nov. 11, and sharing their experiences live on social media. We have been given the time slot 2 – 2:30 p.m. for our “live” participation (more details on this segment will be announced later), so our outing time has been planned to begin at 1 p.m. We chose King Street Station for its iconic building. Hopefully the weather will allow us to sketch it from outside, but if not, we have plenty to sketch indoors, too. 

4:30-ish p.m.: The sketch outing will be followed immediately afterwards by an adjunct drink & draw at Elysian Fields Brew Pub, which is just a 5-minute walk from King Street Station (see map below)! Have a brew or two with a toast to USk, and be prepared to sketch and be sketched! 😉 (All ages welcome before 9 p.m.) 

Elysian Fields Brew Pub
542 1st Avenue South, Seattle 




Directions to Elysian Fields brew pub from King Street Station

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Urban Sketchers Sketch outing Locations: (email us with more suggestions) 



Discovery Park
Duwamish Industrial Marine Sites
Four Seasons Hotel - winter
Frye Museum
Georgetown Steam Plant Museum
Golden Gardens
Good Shepherd Center
Houseboat and marina docks 
Harley Davidson showroom in Bellevue
Lincoln Park-West Seattle 
Log Boom Park 
Molbaks Nursery
Museum of Flight
The rail yards south of Fishermen's Terminal

Skye Nursery
St. Mark's cathedral
St. Ignatius Chapel
Streissguth Gardens, on west side of Capital Hill
Trinity Episcopal
Uwajimaya
Washington Park Arboretum / Japanese Tea Garden in the spring


Where we have been:


4th Ave. Firestation 
Alki Beach
Amazon.com Headquarters 
Ballard Farmers Market 
Ballard Industrial Distric
Ballard Locks Fish Ladder x3
Bothell Country Village 
Beacon Hill Station
Bothell McMenamins (Anderson School)
Burke Museum
Capital Hill 
Capital Hill Light Rail station
Center for Wooden Boats
Chinese Garden
Craven Farms, Snohomish, WA
Columbia City
Danny Woo Community Gardens
Edmonds 
Elephant Car Wash
Elliott Bay Book Store 
EMP
Emerald City Trapeze Arts 
Fall City Pumpkin farm
Ferry to Bainbridge Island and back 
Fisherman's Terminal
Fremont 
Fremont industrial blocks (Way Station Coffee)
First Church of Christ Scientist 
Funko HQ, Everett
Gates Foundation Visitor Center 
Gasworks Park
Georgetown Garden Tour x2
Georgetown 2x
Greenlake Village
Helix Footbridge 

Hale's Brewery (http://halesbrewery.com/)
International District 
Jack Block Park - West Seattle
Jefferson Park Jubilee  JM Cellars
Kenmore Air, Kenmore Washington 
King St. Station
Kobe Terrace Park 
Lunar New Year in Hing Hay Park (ID) 
Magnuson Park 
Melrose Market, Capitol Hill
MOHAI
Pacific Place
Pike Place Market 
Pike Market Atrium
Pike-Pine St.  Coffee Shops 
Pioneer Square 
Pioneer Square Bus Tunnel
REI,  St. Spiridon Russian Orthodox Church (Onion Dome), Immanuel Lutheran
Sculpture Park
Seattle Art Museum
Seattle Asian Art Museum
Seattle Bouldering Project
Seattle Central Library
Seattle Center Space Needle  
Seattle Center Winterfest 

Seattle Waterfront
Shilshole Marina
Sound Transit Light Rail Station
St. Michelle Winery 
Starbucks Roastery, Capitol Hill
Stimson Green Mansion
St. James Cathedral
Suzzallo Library, UW
Tully's Corporate Headquarters (The Old Rainier Brewery)
Tacoma Museum District 
Tacoma's Union Station and surrounding area
Third Place Books in Lake Forest Park 
Union Station 
University of Washington
University Village
Upper Queen Anne
UW Boat House
UW Conservatory 
Volunteer Park Conservatory
Viaduct 
Wallingford Center 
Washington Correctional Center for Women, IF project
West Montlake Park
Wing Luke Museum

2 comments:

  1. Do you have any info on parking availability near King St Station? I understand there is a big auto show at Century Link field that weekend, so that lot will probably be full.

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    1. Hi Alex! I'll check on parking and send info on the Google group and post here with whatever I learn.

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