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Evening on the Lake

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Event Type
Signature Event
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Dates
Oct 21, 2022 06:00p.m. - 10:00p.m.
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Location
Nordic Museum, 2655 NW Market St, Seattle, WA
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Cost
$200

There are a very limited number of tickets still available. Please purchase soon if you would like to attend. A waitlist will be available should tickets sell out. 

Evening on the Lake is back on Friday, October 21 at the beautiful Nordic Museum in Seattle. We hope you will join us and be inspired by our history, our parks and our future, joining the tens of thousands of students who have passed through our Olympic campus since 1987. Your attendance supports NatureBridge's outdoor environmental science programs that connect young people to the wonder and science of the natural world, igniting self-discovery and inspiring stewardship of our planet.

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Join us

in Seattle

Your ticket includes a hosted reception featuring signature cocktails, local beer and wine and hors d'oeuvres followed by a farm-to-table dinner. There will be hands-on experiences, unique auction items to bid on, inspirational speakers and a lively paddle raise to support NatureBridge. 

Meet our

Special Guests

Rozlyn
Rozlyn Currie

Rozlyn is a 5th grade student at Crescent School District in Joyce, Washington, located 15 miles west of Port Angeles. She has always loved hiking and being outdoors, and had so much fun on her 3-day NatureBridge trip in Olympic National Park with her 4th grade class last year. She especially enjoyed learning more about our local forests and wildlife. 

MacKenzie Maxwell

MacKenzie has a passion for getting folks excited about learning. She has taught in many different places including recycling facilities, National Forests, nature centers, NatureBridge itself, and now finds herself in a 4th grade classroom just outside of Olympic National Park. Although she had to go into the classroom, she couldn’t pass up the opportunity to take her students outside for a life-changing NatureBridge program. Learning comes in many forms and she appreciates what NatureBridge offers for students that can’t be offered in the classroom: turning over rocks to do science, taking care of your classmate’s meals, and getting out of your routine (and into a bunk bed).

Ben
Ben Steele

The evening's emcee, Ben Steele, is the Executive Vice President and Chief Customer Officer at REI. Growing up in southwest Idaho, Ben always had nature present in his life. As he grew older, Ben began to appreciate the connection he’d always felt and became increasingly aware of the barriers to outdoor spaces that many kids experience.  Ben hopes to allow more kids to experience the incredible health, mental, and societal benefits that nature has to offer, regardless of their income or geographic location. He resides in Seattle, Washington.

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Check out our

Auction

Bidding is open now for eight extraordinary adventures in our online-only auction. From a private plane tour of the Olympics with an overnight stay on Lake Sutherland to a family ski vacation at Schweitzer, there is something for every nature lover and explorer. You do not have to be an event attendee to bid or win - anyone can win these items.

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FAQ

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Thanks to our

Sponsors

Dan and Katrina Abrams  |  Alaska Airlines  |  Altom+Carlson Foundation 
Amazon.com  |  BNBuilders  |  Brighton Jones
  Delta Dental of Washington  |  DWT, LLP  |  Jon & Katherine Evans  |  JLL  
Geosyntec Consultant | GLY Construction  |  Graphite Design Group
Gresham Smith  | Susan Boren King & Steven G. King
Dottie and Jason Metcalf-Lindenburger  |  Pacific Modular  |  Port Blakely 
Recreational Equipment, Inc.  |  Seneca Group  |  Craig Smith and Sue Heffernan  |  Splice 
Ben Steele and Mindy Iwen  |  THG, LLC  |  Diane Undi-Haga
Walter Sive & Cheryl Ellsworth  | Gregory D. and Jennifer Walston Johnson
Watson Kennedy  |  Willowmoor Foundation

In-Kind:  Al Watkins  |  Bill Kintner  |  Embarcadero Hospitality Group
FinnRiver Farm and Cidery  |  Insight Editions  |  Jon & Katherine Evans
Kim Sager-Fradkin  |  Klean Kanteen  |  Lake Crescent Lodge  |  L’Apero Les Trois
Lauri and Bruce Bailey  |  Log Cabin Resort  |  Schweitzer  |  Seabrook Hospitality
Sharlene Reynolds and Bob Pepin  |  Tim McNulty   |  Tom Scott Vineyards

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Join us at the

Nordic Museum

The Nordic Museum
2655 NW Market St
Seattle, WA 98107

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