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The chosen 2012 Putt Putt artists are fine-tuning their holes. Granted, we have absolutely no idea what to expect, but check out the variety with these hole names!
- Don’t Pollute!
- Wheel Think of Something
- Daphne’s Water Hazard
- 3-2-1 Lift Off!
- Cockroach Roller Coaster
- Pinball Madness
- Robots Versus
- Row in One
- Above the Influence
We can say with certainty your neighbors are looking forward to a civilized yet spirited round of play with you. Come out to Thistle Greens this Tuesday from 6 – 9. On Thistle, just across the street from the Community Center!
We can’t gripe about our lack of summer any more. It’s finally, FINALLY here. Let’s get out and enjoy it at the 2nd Annual South Park Putts Out!
Check out this year’s holes:
- The Flying Eagle
- Salmon Come Home
- Evil Knievel Jumps South Park
- Indiana Jones
- Bridging the Gap
- Sleepy Head
- The Monster Under the Bed
- The Catapult
Plus live music from DRUMMERBOY and Dubcar!
This Tues, Aug 2nd! From 6pm to 9pm
800 block of S. Thistle St. (across from the Community Center)
See ya in your golf knickers, tomorrow!
Hey you creative, resourceful whipper snappers. We know you want to build a mini-golf hole for South Park Putts Out. And we want to play it! It’s time to get in the application–the official due date is June 30th, just a week away.
This is a ridiculously fun way to dream up and build your own design and then watch it in action. We’ll get you $100 to cover your expenses (and more if you need it). Collaborations are most welcome.
Fear not the application. It’s no big whoop. Full instructions within: SP Putts Out Application 2011
There it is. On page 10 of the Seattle Office of Arts & Cultural Affairs Annual Report. If you really want to geek out, you can download the whole report and read it here. Or you can just skip to the cool part –the South Park Putts Out part. The hole pictured is Elizabeth and Bird’s winning ’Urban Jungle’, the hole that received the most votes from the neighborhood, and man, was it close.
We’re looking forward to this year’s creations and hoping it’s just as hard to pick your favorite. Start firing up those ideas and collaborations!
This lovely, little neighborhood block is about to be transformed. Next Tuesday evening from 6:00 to 8:30, the 800 block of S. Thistle St. will turn into a mini-golf course. See those green parking strips on either side of the street? That’s where 9 holes of putt putt will be, each hole designed by a South Park or Seattle artist!
And it’s not just putt putt. It’s live music (we’re talking the Brian Marshall Band!) and FREE food! Come celebrate Night Out Against Crime with your favorite South Park Peeps. See you in less than a week, yes?