Seattle May Day Map
The 3pm rally in Seattle will leave Judkins Park (at 21st and S. Norman Street in the Central District) and head north on 20th Avenue S., winding through downtown to the Jackson Federal Building on 2nd Ave and Marion St. (Seattle Police Dept.)

May Day 2013 Timeline of Events

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KIRO Radio will have a team of reporters covering planned May Day events around the Pacific Northwest. This is a list of known events in Seattle and Olympia, as well as the time and location of each event. The list will be updated as the day progresses.

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10:00 AM

What: Anarchist meet-up, and "Salish CIRCA May Day" Rebel Clown Battalion Event
Where: Seattle, Westlake Park, Map

12:00 PM

What: "Reclaim the Commons: All Day Family Friendly Festival"
Where: Olympia, Sylvester Park, Map

1:00 PM

What: Anarchist meet-up
Where: Seattle, Judkins Park, Map

2:00 PM

What: "Shutdown the Banks Party"
Where: Olympia, Location TBA

2:30 PM

What: Seattle Youth & Students May Day March, Rally for International Worker's Day and immigration reform
Where: Seattle, 20th Avenue & Jackson Street, Map

3:30 PM

What: "13th Annual May Day March for Workers and Immigrant Rights"
Where: Seattle, Departs St. Mary's Church at 611 20th Ave. South en route to federal building on 2nd and Madison St., Map

4:00 PM

What: "Festive Block Party"
Where: Olympia, Location TBA

6:00 PM

What: "May Day March"
Where: Seattle Central Community College, Map

6:00 PM

What: "May Day March"
Where: Olympia, 4th Avenue & Water Street, Map

9:00 PM

What: May Day Celebration
Where: Seattle, Black Coffee Co-Op, 501 E. Pine St., Map, Staff report
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