2017 Breakfast for Kids Afloat
Breakfast for Kids Afloat is our annual Fall Fundraiser. This year we celebrate the return of our “Job Skills Training” program which just graduated 7 students in August. You’ll get a sense of the students’ experience and the way their presence rallied and enriched the CWB community, and have a chance to meet the program leaders and a number of the graduates. We’ll share the whole story, featuring the program and CWB’s unique place in the South Lake Union community as a maritime leader in experiential youth training.
Four of the students will be our featured guests, giving a personal glimpse into their young minds and hearts and hopes for their futures.
THE CENTER FOR WOODEN BOATS PRESENTS THE ANNUAL FALL FUNDRAISER
BREAKFAST FOR KIDS AFLOAT
THURSDAY OCTOBER 26, 2017
7:15 – 9:00 AM
JOIN US FOR INSPIRING STORIES
AND A DELICIOUS BREAKFAST CATERED BY KASPARS
THE THREE CROWNS ROOM AT THE SWEDISH CLUB
1920 DEXTER AVE N. SEATTLE WA 98109
Full Table (8) $900
Thank you for registering for “Breakfast for Kids Afloat.”
For any questions, please contact the Event Coordinator at email@example.com
We look forward to seeing you on Thursday October 26th!
To see videos from past years, check out our YouTube channel: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLFB9680C121C5AAF3
We hope you can join us, but if you are unable and would still like the opportunity to show your support,
All donations are applied to our CWB general operating fund.
In partnership with Heartstone Media Services, we have produced a video to showcase our “Jobs Skills Training” program, and the 7 students who recently graduated, on August 16, 2017. This video celebrates the return of this program, with an outstanding group of students and 2 new program leaders who had the vision, energy and passion necessary to make it a success. Under the guidance of Johnny Ohta, a longstanding CWB Volunteer and Board Trustee and counselor at Ryther and Youth Care, this year’s program sets the stage for our commitment to continue, sustain and expand programs that directly support all youth.
VENUE / PARKING
Founded in Seattle in 1892, the Swedish Club has grown to become a center of Scandinavian activities in the Pacific Northwest. Our members are not only Swedes and other Scandinavians, but people of many cultural backgrounds. Our “Swedish Pancake Breakfast” has become an enduring tradition to all of Seattle and is open to both members and the general public. For more information on The Swedish Club’s history, events, venue rentals and more.
Parking is Free and plentiful.
The entrance is One Way and is an immediate turn down to the first & second level of parking, at the South end of the Swedish Club on Dexter Avenue.
There are 2 on-site lots with 5 dedicated ADA spots.
The lower lot requires the ability to walk up 11 stairs. Alternately, you can be dropped at the parking lot entrance of the building and take an elevator to the top floor.
As an alternative, there is an inexpensive Diamond Parking lot on the corner of Dexter Ave. and Howe St. The main entrance to the Swedish Club is right across the street.