Seattle summers are the stuff of legends. Join us at The Corson Building in Georgetown on September 12th for one last hurrah that we’re sure will be a feather in all of our caps before the clouds roll in.

We’re continuing our year-long 20th anniversary celebration with a late summer garden party on the most consistently sunny day of the year in Seattle. For all of you in the Puget Sound area, we hope you’ll join us.

Buy your tickets today via Brown Paper Tickets. Sorry—sold out!

It’s truly going to be a feast for the senses, complete with freshly shucked oysters from sustainability champions Taylor Shellfish Farms, delectable fare from Matt Dillon’s dining project The Corson Building, local (as in, just-up-the-road local) brew from Georgetown Brewing Company, fine Washington wine, drinks from Seattle-based DRY Soda, music, and festivities.

We’re excited to announce that Governor Jay Inslee will be our special guest for the evening. The entire Sightline research staff will be there too, so you’ll get the chance to chat with your favorite researcher in person, rather than in the comments section.

The fine print (aka party details):

  • Date and time:  Thursday, September 12, 6:00pm-9:00pm
  • Location: The Corson Building, 5609 Corson Ave S, Seattle, WA 98108 (map)
  • Tickets: Tickets are no longer available for this event.
  • Special Guest: Governor Jay Inslee

*Half of your ticket price counts as a tax-deductible donation to Sightline!

The progress we’ve made since 1993 wouldn’t have been possible without the support of our community. Thank you for sharing, using, and contributing to our work over the past 20 years. 

July 31, 2013