Caz Northwest — A Performing Arts Family Camp
Caz Northwest is a one-week family camp for the performing and visual arts that will take place July 1-7, 2018 in Longbranch, Washington. We are partnered with the Cazadero Performing Arts Family Camp, which has brought families together in Northern California for over 30 years. The artists who teach at Caz are professionals, experienced with all ages, at both the introductory and intermediate levels. Kid and adult campers choose from a variety of week-long arts classes, with campers of all ages learning side-by-side. Everyone is encouraged to take creative risks in Caz’s supportive environment. For many campers, it’s their first experience with performance of any kind, and it can be a life-changing experience.
Seattle Art Museum
Do you love arts? Do you love craft? Seattle Art Museum will have some fun art craft activities to inspire your creativity! Art can always bring us together and be stronger! Also, SAM is collecting your feedback about Asian Art Museum, check it out and show your love to SAM’s first museum!
National Wildlife Federation
We will be doing recycled craft activities at our booth, and will be helping kids make and decorate field binoculars out of repurposed materials in particular.
Mobile Customer Service Center – City of Seattle
The Mobile Customer Service Center (MCSC) can provide information and referrals to City and social services; help the public request services, resolve problems, voice an opinion, and submit compliments and suggestions to City of Seattle departments. The MCSC staff can also process bill payments for Seattle City Light, Seattle Public Utility and the Seattle Municipal Court (no cash accepted).
King County Wastewater Treatment Division
We provide some basic kid activities around water, sharing what we’re doing to protect our waterways.
King County Noxious Weed Control Program
We provide free informational materials on some of the tough-to-control invasive plants in King County. We’ll be bringing free invasive plant field guides, fact sheets, flyers, and other resources. We’ll also have some demo invasive plants for display—and free native wildflower seed packets!
Immersive Square is a Seattle-based start-up aims to bring positive virtual reality immersion to the general public by enabling affordable, local and personal curations. We will bring free deep immersion virtual reality experience to the audience to "wander" through the national parks and beautiful places in the planet. We will also bring interesting local artists' VR experiences for everyone to try out!
High Point Neighborhood House
We will be doing an activity called circuit boards and scribble machines for youth ages 5-16: Scribble machines Scribbling machines are motorized objects that move in different ways and leave a mark to trace their paths. They are made from house hold materials and set in motion by the vibrating off set motor causing them to spin and move in various ways. Circuit boards are designed to tinker with electricity using everyday objects such as Batteries, lights, buzzers, motors, resistors, potentiometers, and switches. These examples are just a few types of electrical items that can be linked together with simple alligator clips in order to create a circuit. .
High Point Branch – The Seattle Public Library
The Seattle Public Library will host a fun and informative trivia afternoon on Saturday August 26 from 4:00-5:30.
Farming organically since 1996, Full Circle is committed to providing the freshest fruits and vegetables directly from the farm to your doorstep. At the Festival, Full Circle will bring a beautiful display of Full Circle’s organic produce, have lots of information about healthy eating, sustainable agriculture and our Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) program of connecting the community directly to the farm by delivering high quality, organic produce fresh from the farm to the doorstep. Visit us at the Arts In Nature Festival and receive a special discount on your first delivery!
Seattle Audubon leads a local community in appreciating, understanding, and protecting birds and their natural habitats. Stop by our table for a close look at some Seattle birds, including Camp Long residents. Color and take home a Pileated Woodpecker and learn how it searches for food — and how to find it in West Seattle forests.