Fundraiser at Lagunitas for Northwest Access Fund

On Monday, July 24, the Northwest Access Fund will host a fundraiser at Lagunitas Brewery in Ballard (1550 NW 49th St). All proceeds from beer sales will go to the organization, which provides funding for people with disabilities in Washington and Oregon to purchase assistive technology and achieve greater independence.

The fundraiser (21+), complete with free food and live music, is from 5:30 to 8:30 pm. Admission is free.

“We want to say Thank You!” the organizers tell us. “Gather with friends, clients, sponsors, and community members who share your passion and support for Northwest Access Fund.”

For questions or to request additional accommodations in order to participate,
contact Amy at amy@nwaccessfund.org or 206-328-5116. RSVP here.

 

Support local farms at Lagunitas

On July 18, there will be a fundraiser at Lagunitas Taproom (1550 NW 49th St.) to raise money for a nonprofit that supports local farms.

The fundraiser is called “No Farms, No Beer”, hosted by the PCC Farmland Trust, with all proceeds from beer sales between 5:30 and 8:30pm going to conserving farmland and supporting local farmers. There will be free pizza for everyone who attends.

The trust has partnered with Jack Johnson’s All at Once Foundation, which has agreed to match all funds raised, up to $2,500. They’re also giving away two free tickets to Jack Johnson’s July 22nd show at the Gorge Amphitheater; sign up for the fundraiser by July 11 to be in to win.

The event is free, and is 21+. To learn more, visit their Facebook event page.

BYO-Diaper drive at Lagunitas Brewery

On June 27, WestSide Baby will host a diaper drive and trivia night at Lagunitas Brewery (1550 NW 59th St) to help collect diapers for families in need.

Known as Stuff the Bus, the 17th annual diaper drive is one of several events of a month-long drive that seeks to collect 300,000 diapers for King County families. According to WestSide Baby, in our county there are 10,000 children under 3 years old living below the federal poverty level. In 2016, the organization provided local families with over 1.4 million diapers.

The diaper drive will be from 5:30 to 8:30pm on Tuesday, June 27. If you can’t make it to the event, local branches of HomeStreet Bank and Banner Bank will be collecting diapers in-store throughout July, especially sizes 4,5,6 and pull-ups in sizes 3T-4T and 4T-5T.

For more information and support, visit WestSide Baby’s website.

Lagunitas Brewery to host AVEDA’s Save the Sound event next week

AVEDA’s Save the Sound Event will be held on Tuesday, May 16, from 5:30 p.m. at Lagunitas Brewery (1550 NW 49th St).

Locals are invited to support the event that is set to include a silent auction, live music, a cash bar and pizza from Ballard Pizza Co.

All proceeds benefit Puget Soundkeeper’s clean water programs.

Tickets cost $15 per person and are available for purchase online. This is a 21+ event.