Awesome things to do to support the ethnic community!

By Ethnic Seattle
March 22, 2018

Mar 23 – Apr 8 Plate of Nations

Plate of Nations is back for the 8th and best version yet! For two weeks, Seattle’s most diverse community in the 98118 zip code will please food lovers from across the city with a variety of cuisines from from around the world. Participating restaurants will offer $20-$30 meals mean to be shared. Entrees with origins in more than 30 cultures will provide a rolling banquet of global cuisine unavailable anywhere else in the city.

Mar 24 Hing Hay Park Celebration


The new and expanded Hing Hay Park is complete! Come enjoy this new space and hang out with the International District community. There will be lion dance performances by Northwest Kung Fu & Fitness and a performance by the Seattle Chinese Community Girls Drill Team, and food, entertainment, and games!

Hing Hay Park 423 Maynard Ave S. 1-3pm. FREE.

Mar 25 Comadre Panadería x Dorothea Coffee

Comadre Panadería is the product of Mariela Camacho’s experience growing up Xicanx in America; to provide Latin American inspired baked goods, made with wholesome and responsible ingredients.
Comadre’s first pop-up took place in October 2017 at Amandine Bakeshop in partnership with Dorothea Coffee to raise funds for the victims of natural disaster in Puerto Rico, Oaxaca, and Mexico City. They now take over Amandine Bakeshop the last Sunday of every month.

Amandine Bakeshop 1424 11th Ave. 9 am – 3 pm. 

Mar 28 The Seshen + Sassyblack

SassyBlack is a psychedelic electronic soul songstress & producer from Seattle, Washington. She has been traveling the world singing, performing and speaking since 2008. With a foundation in jazz, her energy is unlike any other, providing a deep unique concert experience.

The Seshen is a San Francisco Bay Area-based six-piece led by singer/lyricist Lalin St. Juste and bassist/producer Akiyoshi Ehara. Their forward-thinking sound combines synthesizers, drum machines, live percussion, and entrancing harmonies to create an unmistakable fusion of R&B, synth-pop, and electronic music.

Barboza 925 E Pike St. 8 pm. $12-$14.