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For the Love of the Northwest
Lagunitas Brewing Company Seattle Taproom and Beer Sanctuary
Seattle, WA
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Learn about current projects in our local landscape, grab a drink, and support your friendly neighborhood zoo keepers! Don't forget to bring your honey, and make it a date night!

Date & Time:
-- February 11, 2020
-- 5:30pm-8:30pm

-- Lagunitas Brewing Company Seattle Taproom and Beer Sanctuary
   1550 NW 49th St. Seattle, WA 98107

-- $20 each (plus service fee) online
-- $25 each at the door (cash, card, check)

Other Details:
-- No kids allowed, 21+ event.
-- No dogs allowed.

-- There is a parking lot adjacent to the building (to the east of the outdoor patio).
-- Additional free parking can be found along 49th St and 50th St (and numbered streets north of the TapRoom) as well as on Shilshole Ave NW
-- Metered parking is available throughout downtown Ballard (less than 10 minute walk)

Lagunitas Brewing Company beer and guest cider available for purchase.
-- Lagunitas beers are available in 20-ish countries and growing. And whether supporting local communities by turning beer into money for the cause, or simply fueling stories and songs with IPA and other fine ales, they've learned one thing  Wherever you go: beer speaks, people mumble.
-- Visit to see what is currently on tap.

Buffet BBQ catered by It's All Good Catering, dinner included with ticket purchase.
-- They take fresh, natural ingredients, organic when it matters, and expertly prepare them to create simple traditional dishes from around the world. They use no preservatives, trans fats or lard, the way it should be!
-- Visit for more information and complete menu options.

Local non profit organizations will be on site to provide information on their current projects:
-- Bats Northwest - They work to educate the general public about bats, join with government biologists to research and protect local bat populations, act as a conduit of information about bats, and encourage responsible attitudes and actions in human/bat conflicts.
-- Washington Butterfly Association - They are dedicated to the enjoyment, conservation and understanding of butterflies and their ecology through education and scientific understanding.
-- Urban Raptor Conservancy - They foster widespread understanding and appreciation of raptors in our cities as valuable and valued members of the urban environment.
-- Conservation Northwest - They protect, connect and restore wildlands and wildlife from the Washington Coast to the British Columbia Rockies.
-- Woodland Park Zoo Conservation Department - We're here to save animals, and we can't do it alone. Join our global community of advocates fighting extinction.
-- Burke Museum - The Burke Museum cares for and shares natural and cultural collections so all people can learn, be inspired, generate knowledge, feel joy, and heal.
-- Nature's Hands Gardening - Shondell Kelley specializes in Consultation, Education, Coaching and Design, and she is delighted to bring the knowledge and wisdom she has gathered on her adventures to share with others who want to learn to garden with Natures Hands.
-- ZooFit - You, too, can achieve your goals through wildlife conservation by eating clean, living green, and training positive. ZooFit takes the most meaningful aspects of being a zookeeper and applies them to a fitness program.

Local vendors will be on site with art and products available for purchase:
-- Rainy Day Bees - They tend beehives in backyards in North Seattle and Shoreline to bring you pure raw honey where you live. Bottled by neighborhood, you'll always know where your honey is from. They also provide education and training for beekeepers and all who care about honey bees. * Complimentary honey tasting provided *
-- EarthArt International - Award winning Northwest artist Sue Coccia creates drawings in pen and ink inspired by Animal Spirits. A portion of the proceeds from her sales will be donated to organizations dedicated to the preservation of animals and their habitat.
-- Little Kicking Bird - This is the design studio of Travis Tyler. He makes handmade photo bamboo blocks.

Other Activities:
-- Raffle. Gift baskets, animal art, and other assorted items. $1.00 per ticket. Drawings will happen throughout the night, must be present to win.
-- Games, including pool and giant Jenga.
-- Selfie Station.

**Funds from this event will support the American Association of Zoo Keepers Puget Sound Chapter who provide excellence in animal care by providing opportunities in Professional Development, Educational Outreach, and by supporting Conservation projects worldwide.** Visit or our facebook page "Puget Sound Chapter of AAZK" for more information.
Registration Options
Feb 11, 2020 5:30 PM

Admission Level Price Quantity
Donation Free Sales Ended
General $20.00 ($21.99 w/service fee) Sales Ended


Lagunitas Brewing Company Seattle Taproom and Beer Sanctuary (View)
1550 NW 49th St.
Seattle, WA 98107
United States


Arts > Visual
Education > Business
Food > Beer, Wine, Spirits
Other > Fundraisers
Other > Pets & Animals
Social > Adult
Social > Dating

Minimum Age: 21
Kid Friendly: No
Dog Friendly: No
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!


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