Carbon Washington cordially invites you to an evening of climate action like you’ve never experienced. This St. Patrick’s Day, Sunday, March 17, at 6 p.m., please join us for CarbonWA in Concert: “The Alaska Suite — a story of beauty, loss and hope,” offering music and inspiration for action against carbon pollution. It takes place at Madrona Commons, 832 – 32nd Avenue, Seattle, WA 98122.
The Alaska Suite is composed by Nelda Swiggett and features a five-piece chamber jazz ensemble, with the mission of using “the power of artistic expression — live music, spoken words, images, and poetry — to connect audiences deeply and emotionally to the scientific realities of climate change, and to inform and inspire them to act now to address it.”
Audience response speaks to Swiggett’s success at achieving her goal:
“… spliced with a dialogue about climate science and solutions. It touches the emotional edges of our understanding and invites action from a deeper place.”
“… wonderfully inspiring…. The content was informative without being preachy; the music was magical….” — Gail M.
More information about Alaska Suite at their website.
The concert is a child-friendly event, and each person who attends will receive a drink ticket. Available beverages include beer, wine, and juice. Please purchase your tickets here.
This is a charity benefit fundraiser for Carbon Washington. Admission is $20 with a discounted rate for children, students and lower income. All proceeds help support Carbon Washington’s mission to increase demand for climate action and build the political will for smart carbon policies. If you cannot attend but would still like to help, scroll down to the bottom of the ticket page.
Carbon Washington is now a 501c3 Organization
Proceeds for this event will go to support Carbon Washington Foundation, a 501(c)(3) organization, EIN 82-1310034. Donations above the ticket price are tax deductible as allowed by law. Carbon Washington Foundation is registered with the Washington State Secretary of State’s office under the Charitable Solicitation Act, registration no. 1141014. Additional info is available at the Charities Program, 1-800-332-4483 or www.sos.wa.gov/charities.