Kick off the new year with a special edition of Sustainable Seattle's monthly happy hour, hosted by Pinchot University and Impact Hub Seattle! Join us for an evening of inventive drinks, delicious bites, and casual networking on the first floor of the 220 & Change building in Pioneer Square. This edition of Greendrinks will feature ventures started by Pinchot University alumni and member companies from Impact Hub Seattle, such as cranberry juice cocktails by Starvation Alley!
For more than ten years, the region's most influential green builders, architects, designers, and their friends and families have gathered to celebrate examples of sustainable construction at the Green Building Slam - November 2014 it will all happen again! The biggest annual educational event produced by the Northwest EcoBuilding Guild, will once again be showcasing 10 innovative sustainable high-performance "green" buildings that push the envelope in our built environment. Expect to view fascinating residential, multi-family or mixed use developments in the Seattle area.
Kane Hall, University of Washington
1410 NE Campus Way, Central Parking Plaza at 4100 15th NE
Join us for our one day annual conference, EcoBuilding 2014, located in a vibrant urban setting, the Seattle Impact HUB. An opportunity to step outside your daily routine, get inspired by our fantastic speakers, and connect with sustainable building professionals from the Pacific Northwest. We're looking forward to learning from one another, sharing best practices, and re-energizing our vision to drive the green building movement forward. http://www.ecobuilding.org/retreat
Family-friendly, FREE, and full of surprises, the Sustainable Ballard Festival is celebrating its 11th year! Come sample Ballard craft brews and delicious bites, win prizes, catch live music on the solar-powered main stage, watch cooking demonstrations, test ride a cargo bike, make your own green cleaning product, and meet farm animals! Reuse and Recycling is a dominant theme this year, with trash fashion, car-seat recycling, a kids bike and pet parade (we supply the re-purposed frippery), a local coffee cup campaign and more.