West Seattle Event Calendar

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Oct
12
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
Oct 12 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

Oct
19
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
Oct 19 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

Oct
26
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
Oct 26 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

Nov
2
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
Nov 2 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

Nov
9
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
Nov 9 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

Nov
16
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
Nov 16 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

Nov
23
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
Nov 23 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

Nov
30
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
Nov 30 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

Dec
7
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
Dec 7 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

Dec
14
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
Dec 14 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

Dec
21
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
Dec 21 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

Dec
28
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
Dec 28 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

Jan
4
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
Jan 4 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

Jan
11
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
Jan 11 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

Jan
18
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
Jan 18 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

Jan
25
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
Jan 25 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

Feb
1
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
Feb 1 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

Feb
8
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
Feb 8 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

Feb
15
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
Feb 15 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

Feb
22
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
Feb 22 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

Mar
1
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
Mar 1 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

Mar
8
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
Mar 8 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

Mar
15
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
Mar 15 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

Mar
22
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
Mar 22 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

Mar
29
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
Mar 29 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

Apr
5
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
Apr 5 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

Apr
12
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
Apr 12 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

Apr
19
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
Apr 19 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

Apr
26
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
Apr 26 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

May
3
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
May 3 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

May
10
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
May 10 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

May
17
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
May 17 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

May
24
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
May 24 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

May
31
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
May 31 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

Jun
7
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
Jun 7 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

Jun
14
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
Jun 14 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

Jun
21
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
Jun 21 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

Jun
28
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
Jun 28 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

Jul
5
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
Jul 5 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

Jul
12
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
Jul 12 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

Jul
19
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
Jul 19 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

Jul
26
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
Jul 26 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

Aug
2
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
Aug 2 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

Aug
9
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
Aug 9 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

Aug
16
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
Aug 16 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

Aug
23
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
Aug 23 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

Aug
30
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
Aug 30 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

Sep
6
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
Sep 6 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

Sep
13
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
Sep 13 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

Sep
20
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
Sep 20 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

Sep
27
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
Sep 27 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

Oct
4
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
Oct 4 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

Oct
11
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
Oct 11 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

Oct
18
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
Oct 18 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

Oct
25
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
Oct 25 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

Nov
1
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
Nov 1 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

Nov
8
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
Nov 8 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

Nov
15
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
Nov 15 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

Nov
22
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
Nov 22 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

Nov
29
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
Nov 29 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

Dec
6
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
Dec 6 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

Dec
13
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
Dec 13 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

Dec
20
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
Dec 20 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

Dec
27
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
Dec 27 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

Jan
3
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
Jan 3 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

Jan
10
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
Jan 10 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

Jan
17
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
Jan 17 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

Jan
24
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
Jan 24 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

Jan
31
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
Jan 31 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

Feb
7
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
Feb 7 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

Feb
14
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
Feb 14 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

Feb
21
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
Feb 21 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

Feb
28
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
Feb 28 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

Mar
6
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
Mar 6 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

Mar
13
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
Mar 13 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

Mar
20
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
Mar 20 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

Mar
27
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
Mar 27 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

Apr
3
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
Apr 3 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

Apr
10
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
Apr 10 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

Apr
17
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
Apr 17 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

Apr
24
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
Apr 24 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

May
1
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
May 1 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

May
8
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
May 8 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

May
15
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
May 15 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

May
22
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
May 22 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

May
29
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
May 29 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

Jun
5
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
Jun 5 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

Jun
12
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
Jun 12 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

Jun
19
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
Jun 19 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

Jun
26
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
Jun 26 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

Jul
3
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
Jul 3 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

Jul
10
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
Jul 10 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

Jul
17
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
Jul 17 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

Jul
24
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
Jul 24 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

Jul
31
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
Jul 31 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

Aug
7
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
Aug 7 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

Aug
14
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
Aug 14 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

Aug
21
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
Aug 21 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

Aug
28
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
Aug 28 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

Sep
4
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
Sep 4 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

Sep
11
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
Sep 11 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

Sep
18
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
Sep 18 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

Sep
25
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
Sep 25 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

Oct
2
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
Oct 2 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

Oct
9
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
Oct 9 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

Oct
16
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
Oct 16 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

Oct
23
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
Oct 23 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

Oct
30
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
Oct 30 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

Nov
6
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
Nov 6 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

Nov
13
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
Nov 13 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

Nov
20
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
Nov 20 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

Nov
27
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
Nov 27 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

Dec
4
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
Dec 4 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

Dec
11
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
Dec 11 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

Dec
18
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
Dec 18 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

Dec
25
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
Dec 25 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

Jan
1
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
Jan 1 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

Jan
8
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
Jan 8 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

Jan
15
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
Jan 15 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

Jan
22
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
Jan 22 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

Jan
29
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
Jan 29 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

Feb
5
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
Feb 5 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

Feb
12
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
Feb 12 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

Feb
19
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
Feb 19 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

Feb
26
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
Feb 26 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

Mar
5
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
Mar 5 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

Mar
12
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
Mar 12 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

Mar
19
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
Mar 19 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

Mar
26
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
Mar 26 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

Apr
2
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
Apr 2 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

Apr
9
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
Apr 9 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

Apr
16
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
Apr 16 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

Apr
23
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
Apr 23 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

Apr
30
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
Apr 30 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

May
7
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
May 7 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

May
14
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
May 14 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

May
21
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
May 21 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

May
28
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
May 28 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

Jun
4
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
Jun 4 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

Jun
11
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
Jun 11 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

Jun
18
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
Jun 18 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

Jun
25
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
Jun 25 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

Jul
2
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
Jul 2 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

Jul
9
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
Jul 9 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

Jul
16
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
Jul 16 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

Jul
23
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
Jul 23 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

Jul
30
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
Jul 30 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

Aug
6
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
Aug 6 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

Aug
13
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
Aug 13 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

Aug
20
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
Aug 20 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

Aug
27
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
Aug 27 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

Sep
3
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
Sep 3 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

Sep
10
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
Sep 10 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

Sep
17
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
Sep 17 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

Sep
24
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
Sep 24 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

Oct
1
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
Oct 1 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

Oct
8
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
Oct 8 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

Oct
15
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
Oct 15 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

Oct
22
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
Oct 22 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

Oct
29
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
Oct 29 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

Nov
5
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
Nov 5 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

Nov
12
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
Nov 12 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

Nov
19
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
Nov 19 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

Nov
26
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
Nov 26 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

Dec
3
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
Dec 3 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

Dec
10
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
Dec 10 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

Dec
17
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
Dec 17 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

Dec
24
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
Dec 24 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

Dec
31
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
Dec 31 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

Jan
7
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
Jan 7 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

Jan
14
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
Jan 14 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

Jan
21
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
Jan 21 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

Jan
28
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
Jan 28 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

Feb
4
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
Feb 4 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

Feb
11
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
Feb 11 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

Feb
18
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
Feb 18 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

Feb
25
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
Feb 25 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

Mar
4
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
Mar 4 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

Mar
11
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
Mar 11 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!

Mar
18
Wed
Wind Down Wednesday networking @ Junction Plaza Park
Mar 18 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Work and Play Lounge is holding weekly, intentional networking gatherings
under the title “Wind Down Wednesday”. These events are held at the same location every Wednesday,
from 6 pm-8 pm at Junction Plaza Park and are paired with happy hour prices on all services leading
up to the event. According to the U.S. Census Bureau Annual Business Survey, out of the 85,592
businesses that are in Seattle only 1,065 are Black owned. Of that 1,065 only 0.4% are owned by Black
Women, putting Seattle as one of the lowest representations for a metropolitan area in the U.S. Work
and Play Lounge’s CEO, Margie Haywood, a long time Seattle local and leader, is continuing to follow her
mission by being the funnel for small businesses and serial entrepreneurs to gain traction within the
community.

Come out and support your local, Black-owned, woman-led business this Wednesday, from 6pm-8pm!
The Work and Play Lounge is one of the first women of color-owned spaces, both in Washington and
nationally. Founded by Margie Haywood, it offers: coworking, office rental, dedicated desks, meeting
rooms, mail and package handling services, notary services, business amenities, social media
management, marketing and branding kits, signage and marketing materials, a photography studio, a
podcast loft, life encouragement coaching, business and career consulting, passport photos and an on-
site kids lounge for children to quietly play while parents get some work done.

Designed for local freelancers, remote workers, work-from-home parents, independent professionals,
and small teams, Work and Play Lounge wants to bring a new vibe to the Junction Plaza Park! Let’s make
networking lively, colorful and vibrant as we build up our beautiful West Seattle community!