Family Open House at Sand Point: Sat., 10/16/10, 1-3:30pm

Have you wanted to check out the construction of housing for formerly homeless families at Magnuson Park / Sand Point but just haven’t gotten out there yet? Do you work in the area and want to show your friends what’s going on? Have you donated to the On Solid Ground at Sand Point Capital Campaign and want to see the progress to date? Do you want to introduce a friend to volunteering or supporting new housing at Sand Point or Solid Ground in general?

If you answered yes to any of the questions above, this FREE Open House at Sand Point is for you! We’ve invited about 12,000 neighbors and all of our donors.
Join us to celebrate the construction of new housing for families and individuals at Magnuson Park / Sand Point!

Block party at Sand Point, summer 2008

Block party at Sand Point, summer 2008

Family Open House

Sat., 10/16/10
1:00 – 3:30pm

Santos Place
Community Room
6940 62nd Ave NE
Seattle, WA 98115

Starting every 30 minutes, tours include a 20- to 30-minute walk up to see the progress of the construction (not a hard-hat tour!).

~1:30pm: Learn how to create a fun, healthy kids’ school lunch.
~2:30pm: Learn how to make a delicious, budget-friendly, French appetizer from the new neighborhood restaurant, Chloé, a French Bistrot.

Please bring gently used or new pots, pans or dishes for the Sand Point Housing resource room to support formerly homeless families and individuals.

RSVP to Zanne Garland: or 206.694.6862 – but it’s also fine to just show up! Several Solid Ground staff will be present to answer questions about the progress to date, timeline, fundraising goals, volunteer opportunities, and other ways to support formerly homeless families and individuals. This is not a fundraiser, but we’ll be happy to sign people up for our mailing list for progress updates.

We can use help with checking people in, assisting with cooking demonstrations, assisting or leading tours, set up and clean up, etc. Interested? Also let Zanne know!


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