The Outlet Collection | Seattle will celebrate Black History Month with a display created by Olympic Middle School’s Black Student Union (BSU), an art Display by Christopher B. Coleman (Artistic Love Life), and a community celebration on February 26th. The displays are located between Burlington and the food court. This year’s theme is “Black Health and Wellness”.
The Outlet Collection | Seattle’s Black History Month celebration on Saturday, February 26th will take place next to Nordstrom Rack from 1pm – 5pm. More than a dozen community members and groups have been invited to speak, sing and perform. The celebration will feature DJ Mr. Nyce Guy, Miss Auburn Carrie Everett, Mayor Nancy Backus, Councilman Lawrence C. Boles, Jason Williams and The Band, and many other talented artists and dance groups. For a complete list please visit outletcollectionseattle.com and navigate to the events page.
“We’re very excited to see the work that has gone into these displays and the involvement of our community in pulling these talented individuals together,” said Lacey Katz, Marketing Director of The Outlet Collection | Seattle. “Creating an environment that celebrates our local community is one of our primary goals here at The Outlet Collection.”
The Outlet Collection | Seattle remains focused on providing a safe and enjoyable experience for everyone. In addition to our already rigorous cleaning practices, guests will also find hand sanitization stations located throughout the town center. We ask that everyone conduct themselves in a safe and respectful way in accordance with all federal, state, and local regulations, recommendations, and health mandates, as well as each individual retailer’s policies.
These displays and this community celebration are further examples of The Outlet Collection | Seattle’s commitment to creating innovative, engaging experiences within the community. For more information on these events and others at The Outlet Collection | Seattle, visit outletcollectionseattle.com.
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