February 2018
Newsletter

Chamber News & Events




State of the Hill 2018

6-9pm February 21 
Queer/Bar (1518 11th Ave)

State of the Hill is our annual fundraiser and the biggest and best social event of the year for our members! 

We look forward to this event each year, and invite chamber members, local businesses, public officials and other hill-folk to gather at Queer/Bar to hear the State of the Hill address and celebrate all things Capitol Hill over local fare and cocktails.  


We'll have a champagne greeting; cocktail hour featuring cold drafts from Redhook Brewlab and wine from Aluel Cellars; and small bites from Big Mario's, Lost Lake Cafe & Lounge, Poquitos, and Rhein Haus. We'll also have coffee and sweets by Honor Society Coffee, Cafe Pettirosso and Nuflours Bakery.  Guests can bid in a silent auction to win fun items donated by neighborhood merchants. 
 
The cast of MX. will star in our very own queer/drag performance for State of the Hill with Lucy Tealheart Paradisco, Stacey Starstruck, Abbey Roads! Check out thequeerbar.com for more details about the cast and show!

We will present the Spirit Award to an individual that has shown an outstanding commitment to the Capitol Hill community in 2018. The Spirit Award represents the best of Capitol Hill through community service, excellence, and passion for this neighborhood.  


Thanks to our generous sponsors!

Hosting Sponsor : Queer/Bar
Showcase Sponsors: Board & Vellum and Guild Seattle (Big Mario's, Grim's, Lost Lake Lounge, Neumos, The Comet)
  Supporting Sponsors: Kaiser Permanente and Melrose Market


Happy New Year 
Membership SALE!

We're discounting standard business level memberships* for new members until March 31st, 2018.   JOIN TODAY 
 
*Sm/Lg Business, Non-profit, & Indie levels


Member News & Events
 
Upcoming Events, Classes, and Workshops in October

Visit our  events calendar and  facebook event page for a full schedule of Chamber and member-hosted events in Capitol Hill!

Feb 10: Repair Cafe, Sustainable Capitol Hill Tool Library
Feb 11: #SendLove 2018, Optimism Brewing Co
Feb 11:  Valentine's Day Arts & Crafts Market, Jubilee Women's Center
Feb 13:  HR Basics - Employee Fundamentals , Seattle Central College
Feb 15: GSBA Business & Humanitarian Awards Dinner, Seattle Marriott Waterfront
Feb 16: Party for Equality, Hotel Sorrento
Feb 20: HR Basics - Effective Interviewing Skills, Seattle Central College
Feb 21: State of the Hill 2018, Queer/Bar
Feb 27: HR Basics - Evaluating Employee Performance, Seattle Central College

Members: Get your event listed here!  Login to your Chamber account and Add an Event from your dashboard. Questions? Email mel@caphillchamber.org 


Repair Cafe

1-4pm February 10
Capitol Hill Tool Libarary (1552 Crawford)

The Capitol Hill Tool Library is holding a Repair Cafe on Seattle Neighbor Day!
Bring your broken household items - such as clothing, electronics, jewelry, small home appliances, or tools/knives that need sharpening - to the Tool Library, and our team of volunteer fixers will try to repair them or help you mend them.

This  free  community event is a great way to  keep stuff out of the landfill , conserve resources, and save money, as well as  chat with your neighbors  over snacks and coffee. Attendees will be helped first-come, first served, and must be present during the repair. We'll also have a free drawing for a gift certificate to Central Co-op


Valentine's Day Arts and Crafts Market
2-6pm January 11
Jubilee Women's Center (507 E Mercer St)

The Jubilee Associate Board is hosting an arts and crafts market to raise funds in support of Jubilee Women's Center, an organization that supports and houses women facing homelessness. A display of crafts and art by local Seattle artists will be available for purchase, along with light libations to enjoy while shopping. Products will vary from paintings, graphic prints and stationary sets, to embroidered home decor, jewelry, ceramics, and more!

Come on by with your family and friends and support the extraordinary women of Jubilee!


Affordability and Housing

6-7:30pm February 22
Capitol Hill Community Council meeting
12th Avenue Arts (1620 12th)

What will affordable housing look like in Seattle in 5-10years? How can you advocate for an affordable Seattle? Other questions that are on your mind regarding this ever-evolving city? Come join us for a panel discussion from various people on the frontlines in the community that can help with the answers! Some topics will include:

Inclusionary Zoning
Aging in Place
High-Quality Housing in Low-Income Communities
Development and Gentrification
Community Land Banks
Poverty

There will be an opportunity to ask questions and provide feedback. If you have any questions you would like to ask before please send us an email. We will also be live streaming in order of others unable to attend to ask questions as well. 
Sponsored by our Community Leaders

Community Leader Level Members:



  Hunters  


Community Partner Level Members:

1st Security Bank of WA, Amazon, Capitol Cider, Capitol Hill Housing, CapitolHillSeattle.com, Capitol Hill Times, Guild Seattle (Big Mario's, Comet, Grim's, LostLake), International Montessori Academy,  Kaiser Permanente, Modera Capitol Hill, Ragen and Associates, Redhook Brewlab, Seattle Academy, Seattle Central College, 
Seattle University NCS, Starbucks Coffee Company, Substantial, Swedish Medical Center, 
The Derschang Group (Oddfellows, Linda's SMITH, Tallulah's), The Lyric


Featured Community Partners:
                         

        

Questions or Comments?

If you would like to connect with the Chamber or have questions or comments, please contact us at office@caphillchamber.org . 

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