Environmental Science Center’s Seaside Soirée will be Saturday, March 3


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All are invited to join the Environmental Science Center (ESC) board of directors, naturalists, staff and community to celebrate another successful year providing experiential environmental education for South King County students – the Seaside Soirée will be held on Saturday, March 3 at 5 p.m. at the Normandy Park Cove.

The night will begin with a cocktail hour featuring a local beer and wine selection from Elliott Bay Brewing and Chateau Ste. Michelle. Madre’s Kitchen will be serving their signature Mediterranean cuisine complete with swiss chard dolmas, lemon pepper Mediterranean chicken and chickpea salad.

“The evening’s program will include a keynote speech from a program leader who knows first-hand how our programs deeply impact the communities we serve. We will have environmental science exploration stations where you can test your knowledge while the naturalists that make our programs possible will be there to field any nature-related inquiry!”

The evening will include raffle drawings for high value gift packages including vacation packages, a flight simulation, restaurant experiences, outdoor adventures and more! Try your luck at Wine Wall Roulette and have a chance to nab a bottle of Dom Perignon! A lively Dessert Dash will round out the evening with sweets and comradery.

Tickets are $75 per person and can be purchased online at www.envsciencecenter.org/seaside-soiree. Please RSVP by Feb. 26.

Proceeds from this event will support environmental education that is critically needed for local students and local landscapes. Let nature teach today!

For questions or concerns, contact Emelia Williams at (206) 248-4266 or [email protected]. For more information about the Environmental Science Center, visit:

www.envsciencecenter.org

The Normandy Park Cove is located at 1500 SW Shorebrook Drive, Normandy Park, WA 98166. A ten-minute drive south of Burien, the Cove is nestled between Miller and Walker Creeks, where our Salmon Heroes students visit during the fall:

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