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Par-Tee in the Park Cocktails

Aug 21 2021

Olympic Sculpture Park

Grounds and Pavilion

6 PM – 10 PM

Spend the evening supporting SAM as you swing through our artful pop-up nine-hole mini-golf course, created by local artists, all set against the backdrop of the stunning Olympic Sculpture Park.

This fun night out includes

  • Hearty hors d’oeuvres

  • Whimsical nine-hole mini-golf course designed by celebrated local artists

  • Hosted bars with local wine by Tranche Cellars, beer by Fair Isle Brewing, refreshing seltzer by San Juan Seltzer, tastings by Copperworks Distilling, amaro by Fast Penny Spirits, Seedlip, Tanqueray and others

  • Music by Amateur Hour and more!

Tickets are $250 per person and include all food and drink.
This event is 21+.

Capacity is limited and tickets are selling quickly.
Questions: partee@seattleartmuseum.org

Our incredible mini-golf artists to date

  • Eroyn Franklin

  • Quinlyn Johnson

  • LMN Architects

  • Justin Lytle

  • Tim Marsden

  • Cathy McClure

  • Katie Miller

  • Matt Sellars

  • Kimisha Turner

Par-Tee in the Park is a vital fundraising event and all proceeds benefit SAM’s artistic, educational and community engagement programs.

We are closely monitoring COVID guidelines and adapting this event as necessary. The safety of our guests and staff is our number one priority.

Can’t join us for the cocktail party? Join for other Par-Tee in the Park events!

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AUG 20

Par-Tee in the Park Dinner

If you are unable to attend any of our Par-Tee in the Park events, please consider making a donation to support SAM. To make a fully tax deductible donation please contact us at partee@seattleartmuseum.org, 206.654.3217 or donate here.

Par-Tee in the Park Supporters

Hole-in-One Sponsor
Amazon Logo

Birdie Sponsors
Goldman Sachs
Northern Trust

Par Sponsors
USI Insurance Services
Real Property Associates

Event Table Buyers
Hole-in-One Tables
Susan Brotman
Faye Sarkowsky
Roberta Sherman
Jon and Kim Shirley
Lynn and Mikal Thomsen
Martha Wyckoff and Jerry Tone


Seattle Art Museum acknowledges that we are on the traditional homelands of the Duwamish and the customary territories of the Suquamish and Muckleshoot Peoples. As a cultural and educational institution, we honor our ongoing connection to these communities past, present, and future. We also acknowledge the urban Native peoples from many Nations who call Seattle their home.

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