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Join us June 13th for an Eco-Hour hosted by Project Feast and Office Nomads! Meet the leaders of Project Feast and Office Nomads as well as friends and colleagues. Don't miss this networking opportunity and chance to learn more about these two organizations! Refreshments will be provided.
Established in 2012, Project Feast is a social impact non-profit providing personal cheffing, catering and cooking classes for immigrants and refugees in the Greater Seattle Area. Participants in Project Feast receive training and employment opportunities all while sharing their culture's food with the Seattle community.
Office Nomads provides a space for Seattle's nomadic workforce to collaborate while enhancing productivity. Located on Capitol Hill, Office Nomad's members enjoy all the conveniences of having an office and the unexpected benefits of a diverse group of "co-workers".
June 13th 5-7:30 PM
1617 Boylston Ave
Seattle, WA 98122
Tickets: Free for NBIS members, $15 all others
How to find us
Office Nomads is located in the Capitol Hill neighborhood of Seattle – just east of downtown. We are two blocks West/down from Broadway and 1/2 block North of Pine.
Bus: The closest Metro bus lines are the 10, 14, 43, 49 and 60, and you can also use the 8, 9, 11, 12 and 25. For timetables, trip-planning and connections to other regional transit programs, please visit http://metro.kingcounty.gov/. For a handy map of “frequent transit” routes, take a look at the Seattle Transit Blog.
Bike: Use our bike rack outside if you’re coming on two wheels. We encourage people to bike over and don’t worry, we have a shower.
Parking: Capitol Hill is an incredibly dense neighborhood in Seattle, so parking can be a challenge. There are a number of lots for as little as $5/day. There is paid 2-hour parking on Pike and Pine and right in front of the building and there is zoned 2-hour parking on all the side streets around the office. We have a full map of all the lots and zoning for you to figure out where best to park.
When & Where
The Network for Business Innovation and Sustainability (NBIS) is dedicated to inspiring, equipping and collaborating with businesses to create a sustainable and equitable world. Since 2003, we have provided regional leadership, professional development programs and a collaborative cross-sector community to advance sustainability through the power of business.