Seattle Living - Activities - Seattle, Washington, USA

Seattlites take part in many clubs and organizations; activities include interest groups, clubs, hobbies, community centers, organizations, and groups
  • Amateur Radio: Mike and Key Amateur Radio Club; devoted to all aspects of amateur radio operation
  • Art 911: 911 Media Arts Center; supports the expressive use of media tools by providing the access, training and environment needed to create/exhibit works of enduring merit and artistic excellence
  • Astronomy: Seattle Astronomical Society; the observational, educational, and social aspects of amateur astronomy
  • Audubon Soc: Seattle Audubon Society; works to value and protect birds and the natural environment
  • Churches: Church Council of Greater Seattle; Protestant and Roman Catholic churches, volunteers, and religious organizations support the homeless
  • Community Net: Seattle Community Network; Internet services and Web hosting for community organizations; directory of a large number of organizations in an array of categories including activism, arts, civic, education, environment, health, housing, jobs, media, neighborhoods, people, politics, recreation, sci-tech, social services, spirituality, transportation, and volunteers
  • Discovery Inst: Discovery Institute; discovers and promotes ideas in the common sense tradition of representative government, the free market, and individual liberty
  • Environment: ONE/Northwest; provides technology resources and expertise to environmental groups in Alaska, British Columbia, Washington, Oregon, Montana and Idaho
  • Film: SIFF; Seattle International Film Festival
  • Folk Dancing: Seattle Folk Dancing; information about a variety of folk dancing opportunities in Seattle
  • Folklore: Seattle Folklore Society; preserves and fosters awareness and appreciation of folk and traditional arts in the Seattle area
  • Fun: SEA Fun; a short list of ideas for food, restaurants, and the flavor of Seattle
  • Gardening: Seattle Tilth; helps people garden organically, conserve natural resources, and support local food systems
  • Genealogy: Seattle section from rootsweb.com; tips from locals about genealogy research spots in Seattle
  • Genealogy Jewish: Jewish Genealogical Society of Washington State; knowledge and information of Jewish family history
  • Goodwill: Seattle Goodwill; serves Puget Sound communities for education and workforce development programs; helps individuals with barriers to economic opportunity to realize their education and employment goals
  • History: HistoryLink; online encyclopedia of Seattle, King County, and Washington State history; online community history encyclopedia created expressly for the Internet
  • Humane: Humane Society for Seattle/King County; provides resources and support to build lifelong relationships between people and their pets
  • Hunger: Food Lifeline; food distribution center; supplies food banks, meal programs and shelters with food
  • Irish: Irish Heritage Club; organizes and promotes Irish cultural activities in the Seattle area; performances of Irish music, Irish dancing, Irish language, Irish history, Gaelic games, and cultural exchanges with sister city of Galway, Ireland
  • Japan America: Japan-America Society of the State of Washington; builds communication, understanding, and long-lasting relationships between the peoples of Japan and Washington state
  • Jazz: Earshot Jazz; music, arts and service organization formed to support jazz and increase awareness in the community
  • Jewish: Jewish Federation of Greater Seattle; ensure Jewish survival and enhance the quality of Jewish life locally, in Israel, and worldwide
  • Labor: King County Labor Council; central body of labor organizations in King County, Washington
  • Maritime History: Puget Sound Maritime Historical Society; helps people learn about the maritime heritage of the Pacific Northwest
  • MS: Seattle Chapter National Multiple Sclerosis Society; voluntary health organization aiming to end the devastating effects of multiple sclerosis
  • Musicians: Indie Avenue; database of Pacific Northwest musicians, bands and venues
  • La Raza: El Centro de la Raza; community service
  • Red Cross: American Red Cross King & Kitsap; provides relief to victims of disasters and helps people prevent, prepare for, and respond to emergencies
  • Scouting: Chief Seattle Council Boy Scouts of America; development for young people with opportunities for physical fitness, character and leadership skills
  • Singles: SEA Personals; find your match in Seattle
  • Steam: Northwest Steam Society; steam enthusiasts in the Pacific Northwest; steam-powered boats, trains, traction engines, stationary equipment, automobiles, and models
  • Tech Comm: Puget Sound Chapter of the Society for Technical Communication; serves the interests of technical communicators in the Puget Sound Region
  • Unix: Seattle Unix Users Group, also called slug or seaslug; organization of Unix systems administrators, programmers and users
  • Walking: Emerald City Wanderers; people interested in promoting the sports of recreational walking, bicycling, swimming, and other activities; associate with the International Federation of Popular Sports, Evergreen State Volkssport Association of Washington
  • -USA Directories-: Search organization directories; there are hundreds of thousands of organizations, associations, societies, and nonprofits in the US covering many interests; some of these are based in Seattle; these directories help you locate an organization
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