Global Ocean Health May 10th "Keep the Feast Coming" Benefit
Join Global Ocean Health's Brad Warren and Julia Sanders aboard the F/V North American (as seen on "the Deadliest Catch") for an oyster bar, crab, salmon, smoked herring, beer, wine, and other delicious local foods. Check out the suite of emissions and fuel-reducing technologies aboard the vessel and support National Fisheries Conservation Center's Global Ocean Health program. Learn how they enable local fishermen, seafood businesses, tribes, and coastal communities to speak up for their livelihoods, protect healthy waters and coastal communities, and preserve abundant fisheries.
National Fisheries Conservation Center and its Global Ocean Health program have been a presence on the waterfront for years, and this benefit will celebrate the delicious and abundant seafood they work to protect.
Hear briefly from waterfront leaders about the work of Global Ocean Health in ensuring that the ocean continues to produce the fish and shellfish we love, for our grandchildren and beyond. Enjoy a fun mix and mingle event with like-minded folks, an amazing seafood spread, and some entertainment! Fisher Poets Gathering highliners Pat Dixon, Dano Quinn, and Jeff Stonehill will be performing, along with a song from our own Director Brad Warren. Participate in our silent auction and help the organization grow.
We hope to see you there!
Auction items include:
An all-you-can-eat three-course crab feed for four with Brad and Julia, Saturday brunch with unlimited mimosas at Palisade, autographed Seattle Sounders ball, 2 nights at a luxurious lake house with fishing and kayaking, a 2 hour cocktail cruise on Lake Union for up to 6 people, dinner for two at SeaTown with autographed Tom Douglas cookbook, cabin retreat with massage, Puget Sound sunset kayak for two, and lots more.
Interested in sponsorship? Email firstname.lastname@example.org
F/V North American, at the Ocean Beauty docks (View)
1100 Ewing St
Seattle, WA 98119
|Kid Friendly: Yes!|
|Dog Friendly: Yes!|
||Is it really dog and kid friendly?|
||As long as the dog and children are well-behaved and the dog is kept on a leash; yes. There will be a seafood buffet so can't have a dog running loose, but the event is partly on dock and partly on board so can accommodate kids and dogs, within reason. Thanks!|