Join us as we celebrate the history of Mount Baker’s involvement during Prohibition with an exciting mixology lesson on Friday, February 13th, from 7:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. Upon arriving in our speakeasy (aka the Mount Baker Community Clubhouse) guests will mix and mingle as they learn the stories and recipes behind four to five pre-Prohibition inspired cocktails. We’ll focus on classic techniques from start to finish, including the preparation of unique ingredients that make up these fantastic libations. Participants will leave with recipes from the evening and the knowledge to make outstanding cocktails at home.
This 21 and up mixology event is priced at $35 per person. Space is limited.
On December 5th, from 5-8 pm, the public is invited out for a Rainier Beach Square open house to celebrate the season of peace, love, and understanding. During this time, businesses (some paired up with local artists and community groups) on Rainier Ave S from 51st up into Old Town on 57th are rising to the challenge to Light Up the Beach and compete for Best Global Theme, Best Promotion of Peace, and Best Over-All Display – as well as a prize for Best Hospitality — all voted on by the community and the Rainier Beach Merchants.
Community members are invited to start their evening at Safeway Rainier Beach for a FREE holiday photo, or at Jude’s for a peek at Beau & Courtney Hebert’s brand new joint and live music, and to pick up a passport voting card for all participating businesses. Passports turned in with “stamps” from at least 4 businesses will be entered to win one of...
Help us Procure Items ~ Services ~ Experiences
Why we do an auction:
– Youth Scholarship program
– Bridge to Beach All Valley Community Clean up
– Rainier Valley Heritage Parade & Summer Streets Party
– More Community projects, concerns and celebrations
An elegant evening of fun and fund raising. Be a SE Seattle community investor and join your friends!
– Dinner and Bar
– Silent & Live Auctions
For more information, visit our website!
Neighbor Appreciation Day began in 1995 when Phinney Ridge activist Judith Wood suggested that the City designate “a special day to celebrate the goodness in those around us and to reach out and strengthen our bonds to each other.” Mayor Norm Rice proclaimed the Saturday before Valentine’s Day as Neighbor Appreciation Day. The observance has grown every year since.
Groups, businesses, and residents across Seattle come together the week of February 8 to celebrate this great day!
Here are some ways for you to be a part of Neighbor Appreciation Day.
Rock the Bike! A Karaoke Benefit for Bike Works
Rock the Mic for Bikes with Bike Works! Come karaoke with us on the acclaimed stage at the Columbia City Theater to raise money to make bicycling accessible and affordable to the Seattle community. Karaoke starts at 9:30pm, but show up early to sign up for tunes and mingle in the Bourbon Bar at the theater. $10 Suggested donation includes one raffle ticket. Prizes will also be given for best performances.
All proceeds will benefit Bike Works. Bike Works, a non-profit located in Columbia City, uses the bicycle as a tool for youth empowerment and community engagement, and making bicycles accessible and affordable to people from all walks of life.