March 2017 News & Views
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A Message from Chuck

February was a very musical month here on the campus. We started the month with two weeks of the Celtic Arts Foundation bagpipers, drummers, and fiddlers. The day they left a group of folk harpists spent the weekend. We ended the month with the Roosevelt High School Jazz Band filling the buildings with their incredible music. In between, we hosted many other groups doing quieter things. We are lucky to be able to sit here and have the whole world come visit us. March will bring warmer rain and many more groups.
Along with our normal array of guest groups, we will host a series of events in March. We are doing a spaghetti feed to raise money to send a local elementary school to Camp Colman for Outdoor Education. It's kind of neat to help send kids to our sister facility. We were both started by the Colman family early last century. We will also host a Seabeck Community Club and a public forum for our two State Representatives. We do these events for free to help give back to the community. The end of this month will also feature the John Loveless Retirement Party. It will be held on March 26th at 5:00 PM in our Dining Room. I hope you can come say bon voyage to John after 28 years of service to Seabeck as the Maintenance Director.
Please save the afternoon of April 30th for a Seabeck special event. We are holding a celebration of Seabeck at Pacific Tower starting at 2:00 PM. FareStart will cater the event. We will review the last year and finally share the plan for the new Pines building. Don't miss this unique opportunity as Seabeck comes to Seattle.

You can RSVP for either events at or 360-830-5010.
Prime Date Open for a Retreat in 2017

We have a prime opening that might interest groups wanting to hold a retreat at Seabeck Conference Center. 

Labor Day Weekend - Saturday, September 2nd (dinner) through Tuesday, September 5th

We also have quite a few weekday openings.  Give us a call if you are interested in holding a retreat with us.
March Groups

Narrows Connection Quilters
Alcoholics Anonymous
Catholic Community Services
S & B Quilting Retreat
Puyallup Valley Quilters
West Sound Quilters
Seattle Preparatory School
Hansville Community Church
Belfair Community Church
Kitsap Quilters
Studio Zero
Faith Lutheran Church
Central Kitsap Presbyterian Church
36 Spiritual Principles
Association for Research & Enlightenment
Seabeck Welcomed the Puget Sound Folk Harp Society

After having the bagpipers here for 2 weeks, it was a big change listening to the sound of harps. The group is new to Seabeck after their retreat venue closed. They all seemed to love Seabeck and will be coming back in 2018, sharing the campus with the Celtic Arts Winter School.

Seabeck Group Profile

Roosevelt High School Jazz Boosters
Coming to Seabeck since 2013 

Mission Statement
To provide financial, logistical and creative support to ensure that musically-qualified students have access to the best possible learning environments and activities regardless of their financial circumstances.
Welcome jazz fans new and old, whether you have been following the Roosevelt Jazz Band for years, or have just seen us perform at one of our European Tour stops.

Led by  Scott Brown , Roosevelt Jazz is part of the dynamic performing arts department at Roosevelt High School, a public school in Seattle, Washington.  Our program consists of three instrumental big bands and one vocal jazz group, all supported by the Roosevelt Jazz Booster Club. Named "Jazz Educator of the Year" by Downbeat Magazine in 2004, and inducted into the Earshot Jazz Hall of Fame in 2013, Scott Brown has directed Roosevelt's jazz program since 1984 when he took over from the legendary Waldo King.
Roosevelt Jazz Band comes to Seabeck every February and brings around 100 students. They also put on a concert for the community in the Meeting House.

February Rainbow over Seabeck

Your Donations Mean Everything to Seabeck

We have a desire to continue to offer our services for many years to come. Seabeck Conference Center is happy to serve people like you, and we invite you to be a part of our legacy. Your donation impacts not just one person, but all guests that will be able to have great experiences like you.

When donating your gift, look into your donation options. There are a wide variety of methods by which you can make a contribution to the future of Seabeck Conference Center. You should consult your tax advisor to determine which method will work best for accomplishing your individual goals.

Donations options include:
* Gifts of Cash
* Gifts of Commodities
* Bequests, Memorials, & Honor Gifts
* Stocks, Bonds, and Mutual Funds
* Land or Gifts that Can Be Used or Sold

All gifts are welcome. Seabeck Conference Center is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization and your contribution may be tax deductible. If you have any questions, please contact our Executive Director, Chuck Kraining at (360) 830-5010 or email him at
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