The Seattle Chinese Garden is recruiting volunteers for the next docent training program.
Secretary Gary Locke visits the Seattle Chinese Garden and raises funds
U.S. Commerce Secretary and former Washington state Gov. Gary Locke came home last week. Amid a schedule that included
SYLP: Artisans work on Seattle Chinese Garden
Over the past two decades, the Seattle Chinese Garden Association has planned to build a 4.6-acre traditional Chinese garden in the arboretum of South Seattle Community College (at 6000 16th Ave. S.W) in West Seattle.
21 artisans create SCG gathering place, party to be held on Aug. 22
In order to transform the concrete shell of the Seattle Chinese Garden into a gathering place, a team of 21 artisans arrived in Seattle from China on Aug. 6 and 7. To complete the project, artisans used centuries-old methods and shipped materials from Chongqing, Seattle’s sister city. The gathering place will be known as Knowing the Spring Courtyard …
Buy a brick. Bring the artisans. Build the courtyard.
The site is ready. The foundation and walls for the first courtyard are in place. Now, 27 skilled artisans must come from China this summer to build the
Nov. 10: Seattle Chinese Garden raises $115,000
A crowd gathered at the Imperial Garden Seafood Restaurant to raise $115,000 for the next stage of construction on the Seattle Chinese Garden’s (SCGS) Knowing the Spring Courtyard. Honorary co-chairs and hosts of the event were Christine and Omar Lee, owners of the Great Wall Mall in Renton. They donated meals to 230 guests.