Bastille Bash is returning July 12 to Madison Valley! Join us for food, wine, spirits, live entertainment, shopping & more. Pre-purchase your food tickets & wine passports online before July 12 to skip ticket lines! http://bastillebash.com
Bastille Bash Details:
Madison Valley will host its third annual “Bastille Bash” on Saturday, July 12 from 3-8 p.m. Festivities will take place up and down East Madison Street from 27th to 30th Avenues. Guests will enjoy a festive Bastille Day atmosphere, indulge in French inspired food from Madison Valley restaurants, sip French and Northwest wines, local spirits and beers, and enjoy entertainment from live musicians, street performers and burlesque dancers, as well as shop sidewalk sales, all presented by Madison Valley businesses.
Food is priced at $2.50, $5.00, $7.50 per bite and tickets can be purchased in $10 increments. The Wine Passport includes tastings of wine, beer and spirits from 10 purveyors for $20 per person. Tickets can be purchased in advance online, or at the event.
Proceeds from Bastille Bash directly benefit the Detlef Schrempf Foundation, committed to supporting organizations that provide hope, care and assistance to children and facilities of the Northwest. http://detlef.com
Be sure to attend our regular monthly meeting on Monday, May 5th at 7 pm at the Bath House in Madison Park (1900 43rd Avenue East). The Board will discuss the recommendations of the Nominating Committee for the incoming Council’s Board of Directors and will have a report on current and future projects the council will be working on. Our featured speaker will be Rep. Brady Walkinshaw of the Washington State House of Representatives. It will be a great chance to meet Brady, express to Brady your concerns and listen to what he will focus on in the next Legislative Session. Please come and bring your neighbors!
Make sure you save the date for Tuesday, May 27th, you will have the chance to meet our new Mayor. Yes, Mayor Ed Murray will be our guest speaker at the Annual Council Meeting at Park Shore Retirement Community at 7 pm. Not only will the Mayor be there, but we will be presenting Amendments to the Council’s Bylaws AND we will be electing new Board Members for the coming fiscal year. Please review an updated draft and the proposed revisions to our Bylaws. Bring your friends and any nominations you may have to our Council’s Board of Directors.
Please join us on Monday for the April meeting of the Madison Park Community Council. The special topic will be “Doing Our Part to Help the Environment. What You Can Do.” and will be presented by Sara Hemphill from the King County Department of Forestry. We will also go over the latest council business for the neighborhood.
MPCC is looking for new board members to start in May. If you are interested in serving, come to the meeting on Monday or contact Gene Brandzel at firstname.lastname@example.org or 206-940-4489.
As usual, the meeting will start at 7 pm and is located in the Madison Park Bath House at 1900 43rd Avenue East.
One hour. 60 minutes. 3,600 seconds. And hundreds of millions of people.
Every year, people around the world participate in Earth Hour by turning off their lights. With this simple act, they make a big statement: the world’s environmental issues don’t have to overwhelm us. We can tackle them, one hour at a time. Can we count on you to join us?
It’s so easy to get involved:
- Tell us you’re participating.
- Turn off your lights on Saturday, March 29, at 8:30 pm wherever you are.
- Be a part of Earth Hour with millions of people around the globe, committing to a better future.
We know you care about our planet as much as we do, so we hope you’ll join us and make this Earth Hour bigger than ever. Whether you spend your hour under the stars or by candlelight practicing yoga, turn off your lights and show you will do your part to protect our planet.
Join the movement and make a commitment to protect the planet.
World Wildlife Fund
Please join us this Monday at 7 pm at the Beach House in Madison Park to discuss the latest concerns of the community.
Wednesday, January 29th, 2014 – 7:30 PM at Park Shore, 1630 43rd Avenue East, Seattle, WA
Marie H Gladwish and Charles F. Wurster
Join us on Wednesday as Charlie Wurster and Marie Gladwish show us a selection of African safari photography and interesting and humorous commentary.
Marie and Charlie have lived in Madison Park for a little over eight years. Before that they were at the State University of New York at Stony Brook on central Long Island. Charlie was professor of environmental sciences for 30 years. Marie is a graphic designer and artist. She and her architect son Gary designed and built a contemporary house on Orcas Island in the San Juan Islands, which was the winner of two architectural prizes.
Charlie has a life-long interest in birds, and for 45 years he has been a leader of ecological tours to all continents. He was often on the natural history staff of small ecological cruise ships, and his travels have included a dozen wildlife safaris to Africa. Marie is an excellent wildlife photographer and most of the photos you will see were taken by Marie. Commentary will be by both Charlie and Marie.
Madison Park Community Council
Board of Directors
January 6th, 2014
7:00 PM at the Bath House
1. Approval of Oct., Nov. and December Minutes
2. Treasurer’s Report
3. SDOT and Greenways Project
4. Holiday Bash Review. Suggestions for next year?
5. BoA Kiosk
6. Newsletter Comments
7. Sidewalk repairs and followup
8. McGilvra Blvd./E. Madison Project
9. Public Safety Committee
10. New Projects:
Neighborhood Walking Map Project
Crime Prevention Committee
11. Parkshore/MPCC Program
12. McNae Triangle Park
13. Bylaw changes. A copy of the Bylaws can be found at http://www.madisonparkseattle.com/upload/file_20100303200737/mpcc_bylaws.pdf.
14. Encumbering funds for Street Scape Trees?
15. Acknowledgement of Boeing’s generosity through Doug
16. New Business
The Madison Park Snow Brigade Emergency Hotline may be reached at (206) 249-9230,
Snow Brigade volunteers can help neighbors who need critical prescriptions, transportation to essential medical appointments, essential groceries, help walking dogs, and assistance with clearing snow from stairways and sidewalks. Keep the Snow Brigade phone number where you can find it in a snow emergency.
Serving Madison Park, Canterbury, Washington Park, Denny Blaine and Broadmoor.
Read the minutes from the December 2nd meeting of the Madison Park Community Council.