THURSDAY • MAY 10, 2012
6:00 – 9:00 PM
Support Seattle’s Chinatown International District. The ID Spring Roll is a vibrant cultural celebration and culinary extravaganza. Featuring some of the International District’s and Seattle’s most delicious restaurants, the ID Spring Roll generates much needed support for our mission to preserve, promote and develop the Seattle Chinatown International District as a vibrant community and unique ethnic neighborhood.
DJ Frank I has been rocking parties with his eclectic mix of reggae, hip hop, R&B and Filipino music for over 15 years. Catch his monthly DJ nights at Seattle hotspots Paragon and Alibi Room.
Located in the ID, Seattle Pinball Museum has more than 40 pinball machines spanning eight decades. Play on actual pinball machines at the event!
Latest buzz around town. Storefronts Seattle put art and artists into empty storefronts. Meet the local artists behind the creative displays around the ID.
More great entertainment to be announced shortly.
Seattle Rap Artist “Gifted on West East”
Lead vocalist for New Heights
T.D. Wang Advertising Group
2012 Coupeville MusselFest Eating Contest Champion!
Two-time Coupeville MusselFest Eating Contest champ + Blue C Sushi Munch Madness champ
Here are this year's fabulous participants
Fewer restaurants, more food. This year Phnom Penh is bringing more than just a taste.
The iconic Big Blue truck will be here. Taste delicious Korean and Hawaiian appetizers at one of America’s Best Food Truck.
Molly Moon’s combines creamy dairy from happy, healthy, hormone-free Western Washington cows with sweet and savory local ingredients.
Locally oriented craft beer, supporting all forms of positive community gatherings and non-profit organizations. “Perpetuate Better Living.”
This year’s signature cocktail will feature Pearl Vodka. Experience the allure of Pearl.
A new neighborhood hotspot where Shanghai favorites are interspersed with Korean delights.
Artisan crafted traditional Japanese sweets (confections) both steamed (daifuku) and baked.
Zac’s unwavering devotion to quality has led it to become the single most popular Mezcal in Mexico, an honor that is no fluke.
Wing Luke Museum of the Asian Pacific American Experience is a Smithsonian Affiliate and was voted #1 Museum in King5’s Best of Western Washington in 2010. Tour the very hotel where countless Asian Pacific American immigrants first found a home, a meal and refuge in Seattle. Challenge your perspective on what it means to be, and become, American. Explore these and other contemporary Asian Pacific American issues through authentic stories, bold art, and community-driven exhibits.
Jeff Hou is Associate Professor and Chair of Landscape Architecture at the University of Washington. His work focuses on community design, design activism, public space, and cross-cultural placemaking. Mr. Hou is a catalyst for bringing community stakeholders together to coordinate physical improvements in the Chinatown ID, including the recently re-opened International Children’s Park and the King St. Visioning Project. A native of Taiwan, he has lived in the United States since 1982 and in Seattle since 2001.
Sam fled the Khmer Rouge and immigrated to the U.S. from Cambodia in 1980. He’s been sharing his passion and love for food with the community for the past 25 years! He’s always operated with the mission of doing greater good for the community. Outside of managing the restaurant, Sam is also a master fruit carver and author of “I Survived the Killing Fields”.
Enjoy the match in style. You and 17 guests can cheer on the Seattle Sounders FC from your own private suite! Osvaldo Alonso and Fredy Montero may be all-stars on the field, but you’ll be the ones getting the VIP treatment. This item also includes 6 reserved parking passes. Generously donated by International Parking Management
Almost no culinary secret has been as closely guarded in the Chinatown ID as the recipe to Phnom Penh’s famous chicken wings. But that’s about to change. Owner/head chef, Sam Ung is going to teach you and 9 friends how to make these delectable delights. Enjoy a private cooking demo, dinner for 10 and an autographed copy of Sam’s new book, “I Survived the Killing Fields”. Generously donated by Sam Ung
If you think they’re good at responsibly developing the Chinatown International District, wait until you taste their cooking! Enjoy a fabulous hot pot dinner for 10 prepared by SCIDpda’s Senior Management. Hate the after party clean-up? Throw this shindig at the home of Deputy Director, Vern Wood (or a mutually agreed upon location) for a no fuss, no muss goodtime! Generously donated by SCIDpda Directors
Rita Brogan, author of the Pan-Asian food blog foodiesan.com, will host you and 3 friends at her Vashon Island home for an afternoon of food, fun and tennis! This delightful outing includes lunch paired with wine from Rita’s private cellar. Generously donated by Rita Brogan
To be announced shortly
Event tickets have a fair market value of $50. Party Packs have a fair market value of $250. VIP Tables have a fair market value of $500. Please consult a tax advisor to determine the amount you may deduct for federal income tax purposes.