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Seattle Made Week

October 3 | 8:00 am - October 13 | 5:00 pm

Our 5th Annual Seattle Made Week is just around the corner! Join us for a weeklong celebration of products made right here in Seattle. This year’s line up includes another epic Taste of Seattle Made at AXIS Pioneer Square, an informative panel envisioning the future of circularity in manufacturing and the maker economy, a Seattle Made marketplace in partnership with Urban Craft Uprising, a lively discussion about women in wine at Elsom Cellars, tours of Seattle Made manufacturing facilities, pop–ups, meet-the-maker events, and more!


Seattle Made Market at Occidental Square on First Thursday 

Join us to shop with some of Seattle Made’s most talented local makers, producers and manufacturers who will be setting up shop in Occidental Park with our partners Urban Craft Uprising.

Thursday, October 3  | 11 pm – 8pm (during First Thursday)
Free to attend!


Taste of Seattle Made presented by Central Co-op

It’s the fifth annual Taste of Seattle Made, sponsored by Central Co-op! Join us Sunday, October 6th at AXIS Pioneer Square for Taste of Seattle Made,  featuring delicious samples from 40 of our Seattle Made producers and a few fun “mash-up” collaborations—think spicy sausage pasta, ice cream sandwiches, and boozy appetizers! Taste of Seattle Made tickets include five sample pours and mini bites from our collaborators. As always, Taste is a celebration of food and beverages all produced right here in Seattle! Huge thank you to Central Co-op for support of this event!

Sunday, October 6 | 1 pm – 4:30pm
AXIS Pioneer Square
$30 early bird 


The Future of Urban Manufacturing: Advancing the Circular Economy

Come enjoy local food and drink while we envision circularity as the future of urban manufacturing! Learn more about Seattle’s circular economy through a panel discussion where you can hear about and learn from community and thought leaders of circular economy initiatives, business models, and the challenges within. Come meet people from the region who are exploring its potential to move us from an extractive, linear economy towards one that is regenerative for people and the planet.

Tuesday, October 8 | 5:30pm – 7:30pm
Impact Hub, Pioneer Square
$35, general admission


Seattle Made Women in Wine 

Meet us at Elsom Cellars in SODO for Seattle Made Women in Wine discussion on Thursday, October 10th for a lively discussion about women in the industry! We’ll be joined by panelists from Seattle Made wineries. Discussion topics will include origin stories, sustainability practices, how Seattle wine is unique, and the future of the industry in our city. Attendees will have the opportunity to participate in a Q&A session and tickets include a glass of wine from Elsom Cellars.This program is presented in partnership with Elsom Cellars. 

Panel discussion from 6:00 – 7:30 with seating available on a first come first serve basis.

Thursday, October 11 | 5:30pm – 7:30pm
Elsom Cellars, SoDo



Seattle Made Manufacturing Tours

Don’t miss out on going behind the scenes of local Seattle businesses who produce your favorite food, drinks, clothes, and more! Check out the tours being offered by different Seattle Made members throughout the year, or exclusively during our annual Seattle Made Week celebration of local makers! Get a taste of the local goods that are made right here in the city!

Tours occurring daily October 3rd – 13th 
Free – $25, pricing based on tour selection


Meet Your Local Maker

Head out to some of our favorite local shops and markets during Seattle Made Week (October 3rd – 13th) to connect with and support your local Seattle Made manufacturers, makers, and producers. See product demos, enjoy yummy nibbles, and learn more about all the amazing things being made right in your neighborhood!

October 3 – 13
Central Co-op, Cone & Steiner and MadeHereSEA

More event details to come! 


Seattle Made Youth Tours 

From October 7th-10th, Seattle Made is proud to host a series of youth tours focused on the exciting world of urban manufacturing! Youth will see firsthand the rewarding and meaningful career pathways and employment opportunities created by passionate local makers, producers, and manufacturers throughout Seattle. They’ll get to see “how it’s made” and learn how they can focus their educational and work experience to become part of the local maker economy. Special thanks to our participating Seattle Made members! Sponsored by the Port of Seattle.

These tours are not open to the public but limited to youth program partners. 


Special Thanks to Seattle Made Week Sponsors & Partners!






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