WEST SEATTLE SCENE: Father’s Day Weekend Native Art Market @ Duwamish Longhouse

(WSB photos)

Father’s Day is tomorrow. Gift-buying is one reason to visit the Duwamish Tribe Longhouse (4705 West Marginal Way) for this weekend’s Native Art Market. Among the artists you’ll meet: Margaret Morris, a Tlingit drum-maker from Edmonds:

This hand-crafted/hand-painted art is by Elena Jackson:

You can have lunch at the Longhouse, too – $25 for a salmon-bake meal, until 3 pm today, again noon-3 pm tomorrow – fry bread and corn are available too, and lots of outdoor seating:

The Art Market continues until 5 pm and again 10 am-5 pm Sunday.

7 Replies to "WEST SEATTLE SCENE: Father's Day Weekend Native Art Market @ Duwamish Longhouse"

  • maddy June 19, 2021 (1:40 pm)

    The crowd is way too small for anyone to make money.    Can more advertising be done?   an incentive to get more people there?     

  • SoCal June 19, 2021 (3:56 pm)

    Pre pandemic- we got some tea, some cards, & a balm that really helped my hands. It’s a beautiful space.My ask – hats. A woven hat

    • S.A. June 19, 2021 (8:54 pm)

      Margaret had a woven cedar bark hat, I believe!Salmon lunch was delicious, and a real bargain for the amount of delicious food. 

  • John June 19, 2021 (6:37 pm)

    Is parking available?  
    The photo appears to show the parking lot being utilized for the Art Market.

    • WSB June 19, 2021 (7:01 pm)

      The parking is across the street in the SPU lot, and there was a crossing guard when our photographer visited in the first hour today. There’s also some street parking.

  • Gull June 20, 2021 (2:41 pm)

    Is this market every weekend or an occasional event? Looking forward to going sometime and utilizing the new bikes lanes.

    • WSB June 20, 2021 (4:55 pm)

      Occasional. Don’t know when the next one is.

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