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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
Please join us on Tuesday, October 15th at Kona Kitchen from 6:45-8pm for our monthly meeting. Kona Kitchen is located at 8501 5th Ave. NE Seattle.
Hope to see you there!
Join us tonight at the Seattle Art Museum for a 7:30pm screening of Riding Giants & next Thursday for a Dick Dale documentary. Tickets at: https://tickets.seattleartmuseum.org
The results are in from this year’s Round the Rock event which is the largest SUP event in the Pacific Northwest. Thomas Maximus from CA paddled in to win the 13 mile long event in a record breaking 1:59:40! This event benefits Athletes For Cancer which is a devoted group that provides outdoor recreational opportunities for people living with and surviving cancer. Complete results are posted at: http://roundtherock.com/results/
We will be having our monthly chapter meeting at Kona Kitchen next Tuesday, the 20th starting at 6:45. Stop by and hear the recap of the crazy amount of events of late, as well as opportunities for fun coming up in the near future. See ya there!
Over 125 people came out to make Alki Beach barefoot friendly!!! Big thanks to Barefoot and all the volunteers for such a fun and successful event! And another big shout out to Vicci Martinez for her performance at the after party! Enjoy the pics below from our amazing photographer Heather Brinco!
This Saturday is the annual Seattle Barefoot Beach Rescue Project at Alki Beach. Come down from 10-12 to lend a hand and pickup some unhealthy and unattractive garbage. Then celebrate clean oceans, waves, and beaches at the Cactus from 12-2 with a performance from Vicki Martinez!!!