• Strengthen Your Team at FrogLegs Culinary Academy

     
    FROM THE Fall 2018 ISSUE
     

    Tastes Like Chicken

FrogLegs Culinary Academy is now open for business in Seattle’s University Village. The new location offers team-building activities, such as cake wars, a chili cook-off, a food truck challenge and a “Chopped” competition. Group classes are also available and include courses on food and wine pairings, beach picnics, desserts and appetizers. FrogLegs is also available for event catering—just in case you want to leave the cooking to someone else. 

In the early 1990s, Washington communities and activists had a vision of maintaining green wilderness and creating space where people could embrace the outdoors near urban cities like Seattle. “We’re all better and healthier when we’re connected to nature,” says Caroline Villanova, community and partnerships manager at Mountains to Sound Greenway Trust.

 

Visit Seattle, in partnership with the King County government, will host “Cloudbreak: Seattle’s Revive Live Music Fest,” in support of Seattle’s music community. 

 

The Addition, also known as Summit, at the Seattle Convention Center (recently renamed from the Washington State Convention Center) is making steady progress toward completion. With only months of construction remaining, interior details are quickly taking shape. In other progress, construction has begun on the codevelopment office project by its new owner, Hudson Pacific Properties Inc. (HPP).