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Happy Hour 4 Good

Our Happy Hour 4 Good summer series on 3rd Thursdays is back at South Lake Union in Seattle! 100% of net proceeds benefit local nonprofits.

By Lake Union Rotary Club

When and where

Date and time

Thursday, June 15 · 6 - 8pm PDT


The Center for Wooden Boats 1010 Valley Street Seattle, WA 98109

Refund Policy

No Refunds

About this event

  • 2 hours
  • Mobile eTicket

Our 3rd Thursday Happy Hour for Good continues this summer lakefront on South Lake Union in Seattle. 100% of the net proceeds benefit the chosen local non-profit for the evening.  For $50 you will enjoy wine, microbrews, appetizers and live music on the dock from 6 - 8 pm.  All are welcome 21 and over.  Have a refreshing beverage for a cause and raise some money.

June 15 will benefit NW Seaport and Inbreaker Apprenticeship Program

Northwest Seaport is a non-profit organization dedicated since 1964 to the preservation and interpretation of the maritime heritage of Puget Sound and the Northwest coast and to the development of maritime-based educational programs and opportunities for the broad community.​

The “Inbreaker Program” is an apprenticeship program designed to recruit, train, and employ the next generation of commercial halibut and sablefish fishermen and is sponsored by Crawford Nautical Training of Eat on the Wild Side, a non-profit organization formed by the Fishing Vessel Owners' Association and Deep Sea Fishermen's Union.

Live Music provided by Jazz Night School and a selection of salads and pastas from Buca di Beppo.

You will get to bid on some unique and authentic maritime items up for auction.

July 20 will benefit Coyote Central

  • Coyote provides creative classes for 10-15 year olds over the weekends and school breaks, including all of summer! Students gather in classes of 8-12 and team up with professional teaching artists, learning skills often reserved for adults: woodworking, metalworking, cooking, fashion design, music production, digital animation, painting, drawing, printmaking, comedy magic, photography, filmmaking, architecture, and more! Every class is pay-what-works-for-you, so cost is never a barrier to participation.
  • Live Music

August 17 will benefit Choices

  • Live music provided by Elliott Bay Blues Band

September 21 will benefit Lake Union Rotary Foundation for clean water projects in Ethiopia

  • Live music by Jannie & Friends

October 19 will benefit Community Passageways

  • Host:  Lake Union Rotary Club and its members and volunteers

Thanks to our generous sponsors:

  • Deep Sea Fishermen's Union (1st event)
  • Fishing Vessel's Owner's Association (1st event)
  • Buca di Beppo (1st Event)
  • Georgetown Brewing Company (all 5 events)

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