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This year, we return to the Museum of Glass for another fun evening of celebration with Tahoma Audubon Society! Admission to the Museum is free from 5 – 8 pm that evening, so you can enjoy the exhibits and the live glassblowing in the Hot Shop, as well as socializing with your fellow Audubon members and supporters.
5 – 6 pm: Social Hour with appetizers and no-host bar, ticket purchase required
6 – 7:30 pm: Program (no ticket purchase required, please RSVP via this event listing if you only want to attend the program (and NOT the social hour):
Tickets are $15 per person and can be purchased online by registering for this event (ticket cost goes to cover the cost of the food). Or, if you prefer to mail a check, please include a note with the number and names of registrants and whether or not any amount of the check is to go toward the scholarship and intern fund. Checks and notes should be mailed to Tahoma Audubon Society, 2917 Morrison Rd W, University Place, WA 98466.
We hope to see you there!
Thank you to our event partners for their in-kind support:
If your business or organization would like to be a sponsoring partner of this event, please contact Emily Kalnicky at 253-565-9278 or email@example.com
Support Our Scholarship + Intern Fund
In conjunction with this year's Annual Meeting, we are, once again, raising money for our scholarship and intern fund. Each year, Tahoma Audubon provides a $2,000 summer teen intern stipend and also scholarships for youth and adults to participate in our educational programs throughout the year. Scholarships are used to make nature classes, summer camps, bird banding courses and more available to people who could not otherwise participate.
Your support of intern stipends and scholarships is yet another way for you to connect people with nature in transformative ways. Thank you!
Please consider making a tax-deductible donation with your registration to support our scholarship and intern fund. There will also be an opportunity to give at the event.
To read about the experience of Annika Brinkley, 2017 Summer Teen Intern, see her article on page 8 of the Oct/November 2017 Towhee.