Have you ever thought that the Olympic Sculpture Park would be the perfect spot to tee up? Well if so, your dreams are about to come true because Par-Tee in the Park is happening this month and you don’t want to miss it. Not only do you get to experience golfing in one of Seattle’s most scenic parks but you also get to support the Seattle Art Museum.
Par-Tee in the Park is the museum’s fundraising event that directs all proceeds to SAM’s artistic, educational, and community engagement programs. So you can feel good knowing that your ticket goes towards helping other Seattleites experience the arts. And to make things even better, there are a few different ways to experience this super cool event.
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The first way to experience it is the week-long event which takes place on August 19th-24th and requires that you purchase advanced timed tickets for $100 per foursome or $250 with a group picnic provided. If you’d rather do it all in one night you can check out the main cocktail event which happens on August 21st. It’s 21+ and includes hors d’oeuvres, mini-golf, local wine, seltzer, amaro, and more as well as music by Amateur Hour. If you choose to attend the cocktail event it’ll cost you $250 per person but does include all food and drink.
If you’re looking to end summer with an incredibly unique event this one is probably the best. After all, you can say no to golfing an artist-designed course. You’ll see holes designed by Eroyn Franklin, Quinlyn Johnson, LMN Architects, Justin Lytle, Tim Marsden, Cathy McClure, Katie Miller, Matt Sellars, and Kimisha Turner. Seriously you don’t want to miss this and tickets will go fast so we recommend clicking below to secure yours ASAP.
Par-Tee in the Park
When: August 19th-24th
Where: 2901 Western Ave
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