ANZAC Dawn Services
Sunday, April 22nd, 5:55AM

Lake Union Park (near MOHAI)
860 Terry Ave N
Seattle, WA 98109

Please RSVP for catering purposes.

Logic20/20 Presents: 4th Annual Seattle ANZAC Dawn Service

Logic20/20 is proud to sponsor the 4th annual ANZAC Dawn Service, to be held in Seattle at Lake Union Park. ANZAC Day, April 25th, is one of the most important national days of pride for Australian and New Zealanders, wherever they live across world.

Although originating as a commemorative dawn service to remember the fateful morning in 1915 when Australian and New Zealand Army Corps (ANZAC) soldiers landed to fierce opposition on the Gallipoli (Turkey) coast during World War I, it’s grown to become a significant national day of remembrance for all lives lost in military or peacekeeping operations. The Day also commemorates the massive casualties within the Turkish community during the eight month battle of Gallipoli.

In collaboration with ANZAS Organization, please join us on Sunday, April 22nd to commemorate the 103rd anniversary of the First World War and other significant military anniversaries.  The memorial service will start at dawn, followed by coffee and light breakfast, courtesy of Kangaroo & Kiwi.

Please RSVP (above) for catering purposes.  If you have any questions, please reach out via email to Kimberly Smith at

Dawn Service agenda

5:55am - Welcome
6:00am - Sunrise: “The Last Post”
               Lay the Wreath
6:03am - Moment of Silence (1 min)
6:08am - A call to commemoration

6:17am - the Ode, "Mateship"
6:22am - Prayer/Poem Reading
6:25am - Bugle playing of the “Reveille”
6:30am - Traditional Song  

Closing: Thank you and light refreshments



Dawn Services will be held on the steps of MOHAI, next to the lake.

Parking is available at Lake Union Park in two lots off of Valley Street and Westlake Avenue. Additionally, there is street parking and paid lots on Fairview Avenue.

More ANZAC Events: 

Please join the Kangaroo and Kiwi (in Ballard) on ANZAC day, Wednesday, April 25th, at 5PM to commemorate the day.