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Reminder, the Seattle Chapter will be hosting an Earth Day beach cleanup at Golden Gardens in Seattle tomorrow, April 21st from 1-4, rain or shine. Going to be a lot of fun while doing some good so might be a good day to call in to work with that unique illness and come join us. We will be set up at Shelter #1, see ya there.
Adding to the positive Earth Day vibes spreading throughout western Washington, Surfrider has confirmed that we will be hosting a cleanup at Golden Gardens on April 22nd from 1-4. Folks from the EPA along with Surfrider supporters will meet at Shelter 1 for info and then head out and work to rid the beach of those annoying cigarette butts amongst other debris. For more details shoot us an email and we’ll cya at the beach!
3 upcoming events on the docket for the Seattle Chapter. We are preparing for the coastal cleanup in cooperation CoastSavers. We will be hosting the registration station and BBQ at Twin Harbors State Park in Westport. For more info, contact Casey Dennehy. Second, we will be hosting a beach cleanup at Golden Gardens in Ballard on April 22nd from 1-4pm. Lastly, the chapter meeting is scheduled for 6:45 at Zekes Pizza in Ravenna on April 15th. Stay tuned for more updates on the agenda!!
For March, we will be meeting Tuesday, March 18th at 6:45pm at Zeke’s Pizza in Ravenna located at 2108 NE 65th st. We have tables reserved and will be hosting a special guest speaker, Ryan Cruse from Warm Current. Ryan we’ll be presenting on this summers upcoming youth surf camps on the WA coast. They’re a ton of fun for the groms and of course the volunteers. Come learn how you can volunteer this summer at the chapter meeting.
Please join us for our monthly meeting on Tuesday, February 18th at 6:45pm at Schultzy’s (4114 University Way NE, Seattle). We will be signing up volunteers for the film screening of STAND at the Mountaineers Club, and planning our 2014 Beach Clean Up events. Stick around for pub trivia at 8pm, featuring a special bonus round of ocean themed questions.
The Seattle Chapter will be hosting the film STAND on March 4th at the Mountaineers Club. The film documents the journey of Norm Hann who paddles through the remote BC wilderness. His path follows a proposed oil pipeline while the film documents the impacts oil transport would have on this area. For more info and to get tickets click here.
Our monthly chapter meeting is set for Tuesday, January 21st at 6:45 at Ridge Pizza located at 7217 Greenwood Ave N. Topics include, Oil Transportation and Safety Act, upcoming pub nights, Stand SUP paddle film, and several other good stuff. See ya Tuesday!
The Seattle Chapter is canceling their monthly meeting in December so all of us can visit with friends and family over the holiday season. See ya in January for pint nights, rain gardens projects, and other good times.
We will be having our monthly chapter meeting Nov. 19th at 6:30 at Kona Kitchen. Come hear about crude oil, snowrider, rain gardens, and more!
This summer we collaborated to make this incredible short film featuring our amazing coast with a great story of the importance of marine spatial planning. Check it out, you will not be disappointed and thanks to all who helped make it happen! Follow this link: Marine Spatial Planning