Welcome to a night of fun, food, and drink in support of the Emerald Ensemble!
Our first-ever Trivia Night will be held at Optimism Brewing Company in Seattle on July 25, 2018. Doors open at 6:00 pm and the game begins at 7:00 pm. We will have eight categories of trivia, with prizes for first, second, and third places. Best of all, this is a fundraising event, so you will have ample opportunities to contribute! A portion of your beer purchases will even go to support the Emerald Ensemble’s mission of bringing choral music of passion and skill to audiences throughout the region.
You don’t have to sing for your beer, but your beer will help us sing!
There is a $5 per person cover, or tables of up to six are $25. To reserve a table, let us know you’re coming (and how many in your party) by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Join us for a night of trivia with Beat the Geek testing your knowledge on Seattle Pop Culture (and more!). Prizes will be awarded to the top three winning teams (4-6 people per team) including merchandise from MoPOP and beer from Optimism. Brush up on your Pearl Jam and Nirvana, replay the '95 Mariners win against the Yankees, and refresh your memory on some of the most memorable pop culture moments in history.
Tickets are $5. This is an all-age event and we welcome furry friends, too! Proceeds will benefit The Home Fund of The Pearl Jam Home Shows, aiming to fight homelessness by providing housing stability and preventing people from becoming homeless in the first place.
Early edition: 6:00 doors, 6:30 start
Late edition: 8:00 doors, 8:30 start
Ticket required: $6.22 including fees
All ages: children too young to participate do not need a ticket (but we don't promise that all guarantee will be G-rated)
SPECIAL THIS TIME: HARRY POTTER-THEMED COSTUME CONTEST
No, not for you adults -- for your kids and dogs!
Here's how it works:
Kids compete during the early edition, dogs compete during the late edition (when the kids are probably in bed).
If you are old enough to attend unaccompanied by a parent, you are not a kid. Dog means dog.
You do not have to dress like Harry Potter himself, just like something from the series.
The first place winner will be determined by the audience and wins a special prize!
Join us for our first Boot Camp and Beer event at Optimism Brewery at 10:45am Saturday, July 7th. $20 includes an F45 workout and a glass of Optimism beer.
F45 is a follow the leader HIIT style workout, and lean on your partner for some inspiration. There will be 6 stations with exercises, and 3 laps around the room. The split timing mechanism will bring out the inner athlete in all involved.
Optimism is teaming up with Outdoor Project for the second annual Outdoor Project Seattle Block party! Proceeds from the event will be benefitting Wild Salmon, a nonprofit promoting the conservation and sustainable use of wild salmon ecosystems across the Pacific Rim. This festival will fill your day with outdoor adventure inspiration, gear demos, giveaways, live music, games, food trucks and, of course, BEER! We'll also be doing a special release of our new pale ale!
This is an all-age, dog-friendly event and it's also FREE!
After a month of riding, pledging and logging trips it's time to celebrate! Join Transportation Choices and partners as we wrap up #RideTransit month with some well deserved brews.
Join us for great company, meet other transit riders, and take away some sweet swag.
- Free limited edition Ride Transit T-shirts for first 20 guests
- Free samples from Brew Dr. Kombucha!
- No-host food truck to grab dinner or a snack
- Cornhole & prize raffle
- Family & dog friendly
Background: if you aren’t familiar with City Fruit, we are working to put Seattle's incredible fruit tree canopy to its best and fullest use. We work in 16 public orchards and hundreds of backyards across this city. Each year, we harvest tens of thousands of pounds of fruit (cherries, figs, plums, apples, pears, and more!), which we distribute to local food banks and community partners. We coordinate and serve thousands of tree owners, donors & members, volunteers, low-income youth and their families. And we also manage almost 100 partnerships with local businesses, food banks, community organizations, and local government.
The Event: The Harvest season is our biggest program of the year - it generally runs from June-October. This year, we'd love to celebrate the start of that work with a Harvest Kick-Off Party at three local breweries to offer a community-based celebration with our supporters across the city. The event is on June 9th, 2-4pm.