The Seattle Good Business Network (SGBN) will host their first ever Game of Chefs fundraiser, where local celebrity chefs will face off to create a winning dish. All dishes will include Seattle Made products, pantry items crafted in Seattle by local artisans. Guest chefs will include Alvin Go of Ethan Stowell restaurant Mkt, Will Gordon from Huxley Wallace Collective restaurant Westward, and Carolyn Ferguson from Belle Epicurean. Guests will have an opportunity to meet guest chefs, and will enjoy cuisine from Madres Kitchen, cocktails from OOLA, locally brewed beer, and wine.
Congrats to our clients, Good Bar and Seattle Good Business Network (SGBN), who will open up shop in newly renovated space at Sea-Tac Airport. The Port of Seattle announced winners selected from the competitive bid process last month. The winners reflect global tastes and popular favorites, and include both current local businesses as well as new concepts designed specifically for the airport.
Good Bar will offer items similar to the straightforward and delicious food sold at their Pioneer Square location. SGBN will open a retail front called Seattle Made, featuring high quality products designed and manufactured in Seattle by more than 350 member makers.
To find out more about what’s new at Sea-Tac Airport, see the official news release. And next time you fly, keep your eye out for more local favorites!
The Washington Bus is Seattle’s coolest voter engagement organization. The Bus makes politics fun, effective, and engaging for young Seattleites, and Washingtonians alike. For 10 years they’ve been creating positive change in our state, and this year they’re throwing a party to celebrate all their hard work! We’ll see you at the Vera Project for a Bus Bash concert featuring Sisters, Beverly Crusher, and Nolan Garrett this August.
Friday, August 11, 2017
@ The Vera Project, 305 Harrison St, Seattle
EJK will be joining the Washington Bus at the biggest, bestest, and sexiest mayoral candidate forum in Seattle. This event will give us the power to determine which mayoral candidates move on to the next round, by asking tough questions on issues of economic justice, LGBTQ rights, criminal justice reform and immigration reform. And you get to decide who sticks around!
Join us and the Bus on Tuesday, July 11 at Neumos in Capitol Hill for an epic night on the path to determining our city’s next mayor! Doors open at 7pm and forum starts at 8pm.
Tickets are free, but limited. Get yours here.
In an effort to provide better access to popular workshops, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has posted virtual versions of workshops on their website. The most recent installment focuses on tax compliance for exempt organizations including small to medium-sized 501(c)3 organizations.
Lessons include topics such as how to apply for 501(c)3 status, 990 overview course, and hiring employees. They are designed to help both new and pre-existing organizations. The IRS also offers certificates of attendance to encourage comprehensive education around a variety of topics.