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Enjoy brunch or lunch at any of Portage Bay Cafe's four locations. Portage Bay is known for using local, organic, and sustainable foods. Order some pancakes or french toast and take a trip down the breakfast bar loaded with seasonal fresh fruits, nuts, and whip cream!
Museum of Pop Culture is a leading-edge, non-profit museum, dedicated to the ideas and risk-taking that fuel contemporary popular culture. With its roots in rock 'n roll, Museum of Pop Culture serves as a gateway museum, reaching multigenerational audiences through our collections, exhibitions and educational programs, using interactive technologies to engage and empower our visitors.
One gift certificate for a party package for 10 at our White Center, Ballard, or Capitol Hill location.
Party Package Includes:
Vist The Seattle Children's Museum, where imagination comes alive... In 22,000 Sq Ft of space!
The Museum stretches over 22,000 sq feet and is a play space designed for kids 10 months to 10 years to enjoy with their families. There are a number of hands-on exhibits for kiddos to explore, and daily educational programs or activities that are FREE with the cost of admission.
Dahlia Bakery’s Triple Coconut Cream Pie with its silky coconut filling topped with clouds of vanilla whipped cream, showered with crunchy toasted coconut and shards of white chocolate has made it onto many lists as one of the best pies in America. We call this a “Triple” Coconut Cream Pie because there’s coconut in the pastry cream, coconut in the crust, and more coconut sprinkled on top!
Dinner for two at Purple, Barrio, Lot No. 3, or The Commons. Enjoy a special night at any one of these highly-regarded restaurants!
Since 1974, Disability Rights Washington (DRW) has been fighting to advance the dignity, equality, and self-determination of people with disabilities. As the only organization in the state focused solely on the legal rights of people with disabilities, DRW's work is critical to the over 900,000 people in Washington who live with a disability and have nowhere left to turn when the system fails them.
Federal grants fund a significant amount of DRW's budget and in these uncertain times, DRW's annual fundraiser is essential to helping protect the rights of Washingtonians with disabilities. We measure the success of our event not just in the dollars we raise, but in the awareness we raise around issues that impact people with disabilities and our work to address these issues.
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