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Engage Events

Renowned national and international speakers, some of Seattle's most engaging theatre performances, memorable concerts, outstanding athletic competition. SPU hosts many opportunities for you to connect with others and enrich your life. Explore upcoming events and get involved.


Love's Labour's Lost 
April 19-21, 26-28, 2018

The SPU Theatre presents this Shakespeare comedy about a king and his court who vow to abstain from earthly pleasures — sleep, food, and the very sight of women — for three full years, in order to pursue the delights of the mind. No sooner is the oath sworn, but the determined Princess of France (along with her ladies-in-waiting) arrives to negotiate an old treaty.

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Voices of Autism: Individuals, Families, and Professionals
Saturday, April 21, 2018

Come hear discussions from experts and families living with autism, and take part in a resource fair to connect individuals who have ASD and their families with community programs in Washington state. This annual event is sponsored by SPU’s School of Psychology, Family, and Community.

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Music From the Baltics and Scandinavia 
Friday, April 27, 2018

Music faculty celebrate the 100th anniversary of independence for Finland, Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania in this special concert featuring piano, cello, and violin. The evert will be livestreamed.

Multiethnic Workshop

Multiethnic and Missional? Leading Diverse and Vibrant Churches  
Tuesday, May 15, 2018

As national demographics shift toward increasing diversity in cities and local communities, the Church faces numerous challenges and opportunities. Church leaders, community members, and students are invited to this one-day interactive conference hosted by Seattle Pacific Seminary featuring leaders in Christian reconciliation, community development, and missional theology.

Jazz Ensemble

Jazz Concert
Tuesday, May 22, 2018

The concert in Nickerson Studios at 7:30 p.m. features music from throughout the history of jazz, from swing to cool jazz to fusion. The Jazz Ensemble is directed by Instructor of Jazz History and Jazz Piano Dan Kramlich. The concert is free and wheelchair accessible.

Brass Ensemble

Symphony Orchestra Concert
Thursday, May 24, 2018

Under the direction of Director of Orchestra Julia Tai, this concert features Ralph Vaughan Williams's Flos Campi with violist Amber Archibald-Sesek and combined choirs. The concert will be held in First Free Methodist Church adjacent to campus, beginning at 7:30 p.m. It is free and wheelchair accessible.

Glen Workshop

Workshop for Artists, Writers
July 29-August 5, 2018

This annual conference sponsored by Image journal is equal parts creative workshop, arts festival, and spiritual retreat. The journal, housed at SPU, is one of America's leading literary and arts publications exploring the relationship between Judeo-Christian faith and art.

Youth Soccer

Falcon Youth Sports Camps
June, July, August, 2018

Register now for summer camps in youth soccer, basketball, running, volleyball. and gymnastics.

Janusz Korczak Association of the USA

Education for Excellence, Diversity, and Respect
August 22-25, 2018

Seattle Pacific co-hosts this international conference which will provide education professionals with hands-on workshops centered around the legacy of Janusz Korczak (1878-1942), a Polish-Jewish pediatrician, writer, educator, and father of progressive orphanages and children's rights. Prominent academics, researchers, innovative practitioners, and members of Janusz Korczak associations from around the world will be in attendance.  Professional development hours are available.

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Parking and Directions

Guests may park in campus commuter parking lots (with the exception of the S lot) after 6 p.m., Monday through Friday, and anytime Saturday and Sunday. Parking is also available on local residential streets as marked.

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Seattle Pacific University is committed to providing equal access and reasonable accommodation in its programs for individuals with disabilities. To request disability accommodation, contact the Disability Support Services office in advance of the event at 206-281-2272, TTY 206-281-2224, or dss@spu.edu.