The Center for Wooden Boats to Open New North Lake Union Facility May 4th and 5th

 Former Metro Site Repaired and Historic Boats are moving into storage facility for restoration 

Seattle, WA [April 17, 2012] 

  The Center For Wooden Boats is pleased to announce we will formally open the new CWB North Lake Union Workshop & Warehouse on Friday, May 4, 2012 at 5:30pm.   We hope you’ll join us for the opening at the organization’s new second campus on Lake Union.  While the facility is land-based for now, over time we hope to build public access to the water to complete our vision for the Northlake Community Wharf. The address is 1475 N Northlake Place, Seattle, WA. 

  We will also have an open house Saturday May 5th from 10am to 2pm for anyone who wants a tour of the facility. 

  What:                   Opening for CWB: North Lake Union Workshop and Warehouse

When:                   Opening Ceremony & Tours,  Friday May 4, 2012,  5:30pm- 7pmCommunity Tours, Saturday May 5, 2012, 10am – 2pm

 Where:                  1475 N Northlake Place, Seattle, WA

Who:           All are welcome  

 About The Center for Wooden Boats:

The Center for Wooden Boats, founded in 1976, provides a gathering place where maritime history comes alive through direct experience and our small craft heritage is enjoyed, preserved, and passed along to future generations. CWB, with locations on Lake Union in Seattle and at Cama Beach State Park on Camano Island, engages visitors in whole body learning by putting the historic boats, oars and paddles, sails and tools in the hands of people who visit.  For more information about what is happening at CWB visit our website, www.cwb.org and check in at our blog; Bearings, at https://cwbblog.wordpress.com/ .   For additional assistance, and information about radio and television recording at CWB, journalists should contact  Dan Leach at 206-382-2628

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