Nature Consortium brunch April 1: Green for the greenbelt

If there’s just one brunch for which you make reservations this year – this is the one. West Seattle-based Nature Consortium – which works to protect and restore the West Duwamish Greenbelt (right), Seattle’s largest contiguous forest – is saving a seat for you at its annual benefit brunch April 1st at The Hall at Fauntleroy. But you need to RSVP ASAP. You don’t even need to pay ahead of time (though they’re suggesting a minimum $50 donation at the event – proceeds support NC arts and environmental education programs all over the county. Brunch will start with mimosas and jazz/blues music by Billy and The Bouncers at 11:30 am, continuing at noon with a gourmet brunch menu (see the right sidebar), youth music and dance performances, and awards for volunteers and community partners. You can RSVP online right now. (There’s even free child care if you need it.) P.S. WSB is proud to co-sponsor this event again this year.

2 Replies to "Nature Consortium brunch April 1: Green for the greenbelt"

  • Brian M. March 13, 2012 (5:22 pm)

    I’m going to show up to support the cause, but I may need to grab a bite beforehand…

    Savory Brie and Vegetable Bread Pudding; Grilled Pork Sausage Links with Sage; Fresh Seasonal Fruit; Chilled Orange Juice, Ice Water with Lemon, Freshly Brewed Coffee

  • Danny mercer April 1, 2012 (4:23 pm)

    The benefit was a blast. So wonderful to meet all the people working to keep our community beautiful. Thank you!

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