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May Day events
Tue April 30, 2013
May Day events planned in Seattle, Olympia
A number of events are planned for May Day in Seattle and Olympia. The interactive map above and the timeline below list the planned rallies and marches.
Red markers on the map denote starting or ending points of planned marches. Blue markers indicate sites of planned rallies. Green markers denote places where notable events took place on May Day 2012. (View full-size map)
10 a.m. — Salish CIRCA rally at Westlake Center.
10 a.m. — “Film the May Day Police” gathering at Westlake Center.
No time given — “#Goldman” at 719 Second Ave. The goal is to “swarm Goldman Sachs' 73 offices around the globe, and shut down this criminal operation for several hours, or more," said the event invitation.
1 p.m. — Rally for Workers and Immigrant Rights at Judkins Park behind St. Mary’s Church.
2 p.m. — Youth and Student March to start at 20th and Jackson, no destination given.
3 p.m. — March for Workers Immigration Rights from Judkins Park to the federal building at 915 Second Ave.
4:30 p.m. — Rally for Workers and Immigrant Rights at the federal building.
6 p.m. — May Day Rally at March at Seattle Central Community College, no destination specified.
Noon — “Reclaim the Commons” family-friendly party at Sylvester Park.
2 p.m. — “Shut Down the Banks Party”, no location specified.
4 p.m. — “Festive Block Party”, no location specified.
6 p.m. — “May Day March” at Fourth and Water, no destination specified.