Sunday, December 31, 2006

General Info

The Chapel performance Space is on the fourth floor of the Good Shepherd Center, located in Seattle’s Wallingford neighborhood at 4649 Sunnyside Ave. N (just south of 50th St., eight blocks west of I-5 and one block east of Meridian). It is near to the University, Fremont, Meridian/"Tangletown", and Green Lake areas, with many restaurants and bars within easy walking distance on 45th St. in Wallingford (two blocks south) and 55th St. in the Tangletown neighborhood (six blocks north). The building is set back off the street, surrounded by an old apple orchard that is now Meridian Park.

Closest Metro bus stops: #44 stops at 45th & Sunnyside/Corliss (walk three blocks north on Sunnyside); #16 stops on Meridian at 45th and 50th & (enter through park on Meridian mid-block or on the SE corner of 50th & Meridian, or walk one long block east on 50th or 46th to Sunnyside). #26 stops about five blocks east of Sunnyside, at Latona & 45th or 50th Streets.


The building is wheelchair accessible. Outside the main entrance there is a ramp to the ground floor, and an elevator that goes to the Chapel. There are large on-site parking lots on the north and south sides of the building. Parking is free.


This is an all-ages venue, and we want young people who attend Wayward Music events to feel welcome here. But parents should keep in mind that not all of our concerts are suitable for young children. Much of the music we present is very quiet/loud, and quite abstract; sometimes it goes on for a very long time without a break. If you would not feel confident taking your child to the symphony or a chamber music concert, then this might not be appropriate for them. If you do bring kids, we suggest sitting on an aisle or near the rear exit so you can slip out easily if needed. Thanks for your consideration.

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