The Seattle Danish Center (also known as Harmony Hall) is home for the Danish community in the Seattle area. The event space is in the Northwest Danish Association building near Northgate.

The Seattle Danish Center is located at:
1833 N 105th Street, Suite 205
Seattle, WA 98133

The venue serves as a cultural meeting spot for the Danish community in Seattle. It features a Danish library, a community kitchen, and a meeting space. We welcome all to join us for cultural events year-round at the Seattle Danish Center:

The Danish Soccer Club uses the space for their annual dinners. The Danish Brotherhood and the Danish Sisterhood have their monthly meetings and annual dinners at the Center.

All generations including young adults, families with children, and elders use this space to create community and share their interest in Danish culture. The Seattle Danish Center is a place to connect with Danish culture in this region of the U.S.

Rent the Seattle Danish Center for events: Amenities include audio equipment and a dance floor. The facility holds 112 people.  Become a member of Northwest Danish Association to rent the Seattle Danish Center at a reduced price.

The Danish Library in Seattle

The Seattle Danish Center features a library with over 2,000 books. The collection includes books in Danish and books in English on topics pertaining to Denmark. Children’s books, DVDs, and CDs are also available. View the online library catalog here:

Members of NWDA can check out books from the NWDA library. Contact us to set up a time to pick up books or to see the library.

On the NWDA library catalog website, members create an account by clicking on ‘Patron Login’. You can also contact us and have us set up an account for you by sending an email to Line Larsen at

Please contact Northwest Danish Association at
(206) 523-3263 for more information.