Our MUSIC is free & open to the public.
Our WORKSHOPS are artist lead workshops in a variety of subjects. We ask folks to RSVP.
Our WELLNESS workshops are in collaboration with Mamook Wellness.

Choose a category below…

Jan
22
Mon
Juice & Smoothie Bar from Roots
Jan 22 @ 10:00 am – 10:30 am

WEEKLY EVENT

Juice & Smoothie Bar from Roots

Come taste a flight of fresh, whole-food juices and fruit smoothies from one of our favorite new spots on the peninsula, Roots. Located less than 2 miles from the Sou’wester, Roots is a healthy drive-thru that also serves salads, sandwiches, snacks, and organic espresso. We’re so excited to have this new gem right up street!

COST: $5 per person

RSVP: Email souwesterwellness@gmail.com or call (360) 642-2542 at least 24 hours before this event so we can be sure to get enough for everyone!

 

Jan
24
Wed
Mindfulness Meditation with Mamook Wellness
Jan 24 @ 3:30 pm – 4:15 pm

WEEKLY EVENT

Mindfulness Meditation with Mamook Wellness

Come sit with us in relaxed awareness. These meetings include both walking and sitting meditations inspired by the Japanese tradition of Soto Zen. All skill levels are welcome. First time folks encouraged. Meet in the Wellness Trailer next to the sauna. 

COST: Suggested $5-10 donation.  No one will be turned away for lack of funds.

RSVP: Email souwesterwellness@gmail.com or call (360) 642-22542

 

Jan
26
Fri
Mind, Body, Spirit Talk with Shanna Gillette
Jan 26 @ 10:00 am – 11:00 am

WEEKLY EVENT

Mindfulness Talk with Shanna Gillette in the Murphy Room of the Lodge

Shanna is a certified yoga teacher, ordained metaphysical counselor and empath. Her journey began as a small child inadvertently discovering deep meditation as an escape from abuse. Having always had an interest in the unseen and unexplained, she began having out of body experiences before learning to speak.  Eventually she received a regents scholarship to ASU for religious studies. A series of intense life changing experiences including a serious car accident brought her to the first of several “awakenings,” beginning most notably in 2005. She now helps people through the shift in consciousness we are currently experiencing, assisting them along the path toward self-forgiveness and self-love – the greatest journey of all.  

Truly exemplifying her favorite quote from Kahlil Gibran, “The deeper that sorrow carves into your being, the more joy you can contain,’ she adds, “The journey to wellness is a constantly evolving process where we learn to nurture body and mind beginning with the heart; To truly understand that the most important step to long-lasting good health and harmony isn’t necessarily about sweating our way to perfect abs or contorting our bodies into painful positions. It starts within. It’s about self-acceptance, self-forgiveness, and self-love. It’s about learning to accept and respect ourselves wherever we may be. Through the physicality of yoga, we tune into a deeper more expansive space beyond the trivial day to day. We learn that it’s ok to nurture ourselves and to ALLOW our spirits to be happy.”  

Shanna received her yoga teacher’s certification at Bryan Kest’s world renowned studio in Santa Monica, CA. She attended Arizona State University for Religious Studies, and is currently studying at the University of Metaphysics Sedona. She is available for private yoga and counseling sessions and can be found at: 

https://www.facebook.com/shanna.gillette

http://www.facebook.com/justbevibration


COST: Suggested $5-10 donation. No one will be turned away for lack of funds. 

RSVP: souwesterwellness@gmail.com or call (360) 642-2452

Vinyasa Flow with Shanna Gillette
Jan 26 @ 11:00 am – 12:00 pm

WEEKLY EVENT: YOGA

Vinyasa Flow with Shanna Gillette in the Murphy Room of the Lodge

Drop in to this intermediate evening flow tuning into the breath and out of the chattering mind. Our focus is on balance, relaxation, flexibility, and acceptance of where we are. Fluid movement and creative transitions promote deep and even breathing to strengthen the nervous system and increase circulation to the organs. Binaural soundscapes open the mind to the vibration of universal consciousness. Guided meditation begin and end each class.  


Shanna is a certified yoga teacher, ordained metaphysical counselor and empath. Her journey began as a small child inadvertently discovering deep meditation as an escape from abuse. Having always had an interest in the unseen and unexplained, she began having out of body experiences before learning to speak.  Eventually she received a regents scholarship to ASU for religious studies. A series of intense life changing experiences including a serious car accident brought her to the first of several “awakenings,” beginning most notably in 2005. She now helps people through the shift in consciousness we are currently experiencing, assisting them along the path toward self-forgiveness and self-love – the greatest journey of all.  

Truly exemplifying her favorite quote from Kahlil Gibran, “The deeper that sorrow carves into your being, the more joy you can contain,’ she adds, “The journey to wellness is a constantly evolving process where we learn to nurture body and mind beginning with the heart; To truly understand that the most important step to long-lasting good health and harmony isn’t necessarily about sweating our way to perfect abs or contorting our bodies into painful positions. It starts within. It’s about self-acceptance, self-forgiveness, and self-love. It’s about learning to accept and respect ourselves wherever we may be. Through the physicality of yoga, we tune into a deeper more expansive space beyond the trivial day to day. We learn that it’s ok to nurture ourselves and to ALLOW our spirits to be happy.”  

Shanna received her yoga teacher’s certification at Bryan Kest’s world renowned studio in Santa Monica, CA. She attended Arizona State University for Religious Studies, and is currently studying at the University of Metaphysics Sedona. She is available for private yoga and counseling sessions and can be found at: 

https://www.facebook.com/shanna.gillette

http://www.facebook.com/justbevibration


COST: Suggested $10-20 donation. No one will be turned away for lack of funds. 

BRING: yoga mat (we will have some available for community use) and a blanket or something warm if needed

RSVP: souwesterwellness@gmail.com or call (360) 642-2452

This is a level 2 class.

Laura Gibson plus Ivy Ross Ricci
Jan 26 @ 8:00 pm – 10:00 pm

Laura Gibson is an internationally acclaimed multi-instrumentalist and singer-songwriter, raised in the small Oregon logging town of Coquille. Her most recent release, Empire Builder, was described by Pitchfork as “a cathartic tale of loss and redemption”. She has toured on four continents, is the recipient of a RACC Professional Development Grant, and had the distinct honor of performing the very first NPR Tiny Desk Concert. Her songs are both literary and raw, with a love of traditional folk music and a bent toward experimentation. She recently completed an MFA in Fiction writing from Hunter College in New York, and is currently working on a novel while prepping her fifth record.

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Ivy Ross Ricci is a nationally recognized teacher, musician, and activist who incorporates philosophy, poetry, humor, storytelling, and a radical understanding of human potential into accessible songs and social service. She believes in the power of everyday life lessons to draw us all into the heart of Creativity.

She is currently in the process of building an army of artists who will fight via creative critical thought and profound self-love to move beyond limiting standards of beauty in this country and forge ahead to a world in which girls and women are not objectified, but rather respected, heard, believed, and valued for their unique contributions. Ivy imagines a world in which young people can find refuge from harmful images and practices in mainstream media within a culture of vibrant and caring adults who embody self-love and acceptance.

She is also co-founder of a national movement called the Keepers of Wonder in which youth of all ages work hard to keep the world magical.

 

Jan
27
Sat
Mindfulness Meditation with Mamook Wellness
Jan 27 @ 9:00 am – 9:45 am

WEEKLY EVENT

Mindfullness Meditation with Mamook Wellness

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Come sit with us in relaxed awareness. These meetings include both walking and sitting meditations inspired by the Japanese tradition of Soto Zen. All skill levels are welcome. First time folks encouraged.

COST: Suggested donation $5-10.  No one will be turned away for lack of funds.

RSVP: souwesterwellness@gmail.com

WHERE: Wellness Trailer

Sound Bath with Mamook Wellness
Jan 27 @ 10:00 am – 10:30 am

WEEKLY EVENT

A unique ambient sound experience, blending tiny ambient concert and harmonic healing in which participants are enveloped in the vibrational drones of various traditional healing instruments.

COST: Suggested donation $5-10.  No one will be turned away for lack of funds.

RSVP: souwesterwellness@gmail.com

WHERE: Wellness Trailer

Space limited to 8 people

Yoga & Ayurveda for Winter Vitality with Elyssia Maya Schaeffer
Jan 27 @ 1:30 pm – 3:30 pm

Workshop Series at The Sou’wester

Yoga & Ayurveda for Winter Vitality with Elyssia Maya Schaeffer

Learn nourishing foods, breath work and yoga to support your body through the winter season. Workshop includes homemade chai, an Ayurvedic snack and a 30 minute guided meditation.


Elyssia Maya Schaeffer is a Certified Ayurveda and Yoga Teacher, Holistic Nutritionist and Certified Wellness Coach living in Portland Oregon with her husband and two cheeky chihuahuas. Follow her on instagram at #anandamayaayurvedapdx


COST:  $20

BRING: Please bring a yoga mat and wear warm, comfortable clothes.


  

All workshops are open to the public.

All Skill Levels Welcome. 7 students max.

RSVP via souwesterfrontdesk@gmail.com or 360-642-2542

 

 

The Sou’wester Lodge at 3728 J Place, Seaview, WA 98644

 

 

 

 

This class is part of the Fall & Winter 2017/2018 Workshop Series at The Sou’wester. Visit www.souwesterlodge.com/calendar to see the entire schedule of more than 28 artist-led workshops.

 

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Hollis Peach
Jan 27 @ 8:00 pm

Drawing from diverse influences ranging from John Hartford, Joanna Newsom, Pete Seeger, Jim Henson, and Townes Van Zandt,  Hollis Peach weaves evocative, mischievous and deeply personal stories in the American vernacular of song and story.  This unassuming, yet highly original duo is currently touring in promotion of their debut release, “Sometimes We Feel the Same”. Founding members of the rootsy folk orchestra Patchy Sanders, songwriter and guitarist, Dan Sherrill along with his singing partner, Jacqui Aubert, create a finely nuanced musical pairing.

Though deceptively simple, their musical arrangements and harmonies are lush, intricate, and often hypnotic in their elegance. Kenneth Pattengale, of the Grammy-nominated The Milk Carton Kids, describes Dan as, “…a monster guitar player.” And this is true, as Dan’s phrasing comes out in the cleverest and subtlest of ways. When all is said and done, Hollis Peach’s music is a powerhouse of subtle gestures and graceful storytelling.

This event is free and open to the public.

Jan
28
Sun
Writing Your Conservative Relatives with Jenny Forrester
Jan 28 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

Workshop Series at The Sou’wester

Writing Your Conservative Relatives with Jenny Forrester

It’s a fairly universal experience to disagree with family members sometimes. But what if those disagreements are more like a epic gulfs of bafflement and horror? What if your family members are conservatives? What if they’re Republicans? What then?

Write the conservative members of your family into immortality by bringing your pen and paper to the Thanksgiving table. We’ll write scenes that have the immediacy of fiction steeped in the emotional depths of lived experience.

If you’ve dreamed of leaving a story for posterity to tell your whole truth long after you’re gone or if you’ve dreamed of publishing this story for the world, this class is for you. Maybe you feel compelled to write and see what comes of it—consider the possibilities later. Maybe your childhood home remains within your mind as a bright place or a painful place or a beautiful, long gone now place, but the conservativism or religious authoritarianism remains in your metaphors. Write it all. Maybe even find some peace with it.

Literary Memoir offers the opportunity for growth and expression that other types of writing don’t. It’s not just that we’re writing our life’s memories, it’s that we’re writing our resistance through artistic expression. It’s that we’re writing ourselves resilient. So, in this class we’ll talk about what makes memoir literary.


Jenny Forrester has been published in a number of print and online publications, including Seattle’s City Arts MagazineNailed MagazineHip MamaThe Literary KitchenIndiana Review, and Columbia Journal. Her work is included in the Listen to Your Mother anthology published by Putnam. She curates the Unchaste Readers Series. Her debut memoir was published recently (May, 2017) by Portland’s own, Hawthorne Books.


COST:  $60

BRING: Paper/Pen/Computer – whatever you’d like to use to write. Please bring a sack lunch and/or snack (hot tea and coffee provided)


All workshops are open to the public.

All Skill Levels Welcome.

This workshop is for students age 17 and up. 20 students max.

RSVP via souwesterfrontdesk@gmail.com or 360-642-2542

 

The Sou’wester Lodge at 3728 J Place, Seaview, WA 98644

 

 

This class is part of the Fall & Winter 2017/2018 Workshop Series at The Sou’wester. Visit www.souwesterlodge.com/calendar to see the entire schedule of more than 28 artist-led workshops.

 

 

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Jan
22
Mon
Juice & Smoothie Bar from Roots
Jan 22 @ 10:00 am – 10:30 am

WEEKLY EVENT

Juice & Smoothie Bar from Roots

Come taste a flight of fresh, whole-food juices and fruit smoothies from one of our favorite new spots on the peninsula, Roots. Located less than 2 miles from the Sou’wester, Roots is a healthy drive-thru that also serves salads, sandwiches, snacks, and organic espresso. We’re so excited to have this new gem right up street!

COST: $5 per person

RSVP: Email souwesterwellness@gmail.com or call (360) 642-2542 at least 24 hours before this event so we can be sure to get enough for everyone!

 

Jan
24
Wed
Mindfulness Meditation with Mamook Wellness
Jan 24 @ 3:30 pm – 4:15 pm

WEEKLY EVENT

Mindfulness Meditation with Mamook Wellness

Come sit with us in relaxed awareness. These meetings include both walking and sitting meditations inspired by the Japanese tradition of Soto Zen. All skill levels are welcome. First time folks encouraged. Meet in the Wellness Trailer next to the sauna. 

COST: Suggested $5-10 donation.  No one will be turned away for lack of funds.

RSVP: Email souwesterwellness@gmail.com or call (360) 642-22542

 

Jan
26
Fri
Mind, Body, Spirit Talk with Shanna Gillette
Jan 26 @ 10:00 am – 11:00 am

WEEKLY EVENT

Mindfulness Talk with Shanna Gillette in the Murphy Room of the Lodge

Shanna is a certified yoga teacher, ordained metaphysical counselor and empath. Her journey began as a small child inadvertently discovering deep meditation as an escape from abuse. Having always had an interest in the unseen and unexplained, she began having out of body experiences before learning to speak.  Eventually she received a regents scholarship to ASU for religious studies. A series of intense life changing experiences including a serious car accident brought her to the first of several “awakenings,” beginning most notably in 2005. She now helps people through the shift in consciousness we are currently experiencing, assisting them along the path toward self-forgiveness and self-love – the greatest journey of all.  

Truly exemplifying her favorite quote from Kahlil Gibran, “The deeper that sorrow carves into your being, the more joy you can contain,’ she adds, “The journey to wellness is a constantly evolving process where we learn to nurture body and mind beginning with the heart; To truly understand that the most important step to long-lasting good health and harmony isn’t necessarily about sweating our way to perfect abs or contorting our bodies into painful positions. It starts within. It’s about self-acceptance, self-forgiveness, and self-love. It’s about learning to accept and respect ourselves wherever we may be. Through the physicality of yoga, we tune into a deeper more expansive space beyond the trivial day to day. We learn that it’s ok to nurture ourselves and to ALLOW our spirits to be happy.”  

Shanna received her yoga teacher’s certification at Bryan Kest’s world renowned studio in Santa Monica, CA. She attended Arizona State University for Religious Studies, and is currently studying at the University of Metaphysics Sedona. She is available for private yoga and counseling sessions and can be found at: 

https://www.facebook.com/shanna.gillette

http://www.facebook.com/justbevibration


COST: Suggested $5-10 donation. No one will be turned away for lack of funds. 

RSVP: souwesterwellness@gmail.com or call (360) 642-2452

Vinyasa Flow with Shanna Gillette
Jan 26 @ 11:00 am – 12:00 pm

WEEKLY EVENT: YOGA

Vinyasa Flow with Shanna Gillette in the Murphy Room of the Lodge

Drop in to this intermediate evening flow tuning into the breath and out of the chattering mind. Our focus is on balance, relaxation, flexibility, and acceptance of where we are. Fluid movement and creative transitions promote deep and even breathing to strengthen the nervous system and increase circulation to the organs. Binaural soundscapes open the mind to the vibration of universal consciousness. Guided meditation begin and end each class.  


Shanna is a certified yoga teacher, ordained metaphysical counselor and empath. Her journey began as a small child inadvertently discovering deep meditation as an escape from abuse. Having always had an interest in the unseen and unexplained, she began having out of body experiences before learning to speak.  Eventually she received a regents scholarship to ASU for religious studies. A series of intense life changing experiences including a serious car accident brought her to the first of several “awakenings,” beginning most notably in 2005. She now helps people through the shift in consciousness we are currently experiencing, assisting them along the path toward self-forgiveness and self-love – the greatest journey of all.  

Truly exemplifying her favorite quote from Kahlil Gibran, “The deeper that sorrow carves into your being, the more joy you can contain,’ she adds, “The journey to wellness is a constantly evolving process where we learn to nurture body and mind beginning with the heart; To truly understand that the most important step to long-lasting good health and harmony isn’t necessarily about sweating our way to perfect abs or contorting our bodies into painful positions. It starts within. It’s about self-acceptance, self-forgiveness, and self-love. It’s about learning to accept and respect ourselves wherever we may be. Through the physicality of yoga, we tune into a deeper more expansive space beyond the trivial day to day. We learn that it’s ok to nurture ourselves and to ALLOW our spirits to be happy.”  

Shanna received her yoga teacher’s certification at Bryan Kest’s world renowned studio in Santa Monica, CA. She attended Arizona State University for Religious Studies, and is currently studying at the University of Metaphysics Sedona. She is available for private yoga and counseling sessions and can be found at: 

https://www.facebook.com/shanna.gillette

http://www.facebook.com/justbevibration


COST: Suggested $10-20 donation. No one will be turned away for lack of funds. 

BRING: yoga mat (we will have some available for community use) and a blanket or something warm if needed

RSVP: souwesterwellness@gmail.com or call (360) 642-2452

This is a level 2 class.

Laura Gibson plus Ivy Ross Ricci
Jan 26 @ 8:00 pm – 10:00 pm

Laura Gibson is an internationally acclaimed multi-instrumentalist and singer-songwriter, raised in the small Oregon logging town of Coquille. Her most recent release, Empire Builder, was described by Pitchfork as “a cathartic tale of loss and redemption”. She has toured on four continents, is the recipient of a RACC Professional Development Grant, and had the distinct honor of performing the very first NPR Tiny Desk Concert. Her songs are both literary and raw, with a love of traditional folk music and a bent toward experimentation. She recently completed an MFA in Fiction writing from Hunter College in New York, and is currently working on a novel while prepping her fifth record.

***

Ivy Ross Ricci is a nationally recognized teacher, musician, and activist who incorporates philosophy, poetry, humor, storytelling, and a radical understanding of human potential into accessible songs and social service. She believes in the power of everyday life lessons to draw us all into the heart of Creativity.

She is currently in the process of building an army of artists who will fight via creative critical thought and profound self-love to move beyond limiting standards of beauty in this country and forge ahead to a world in which girls and women are not objectified, but rather respected, heard, believed, and valued for their unique contributions. Ivy imagines a world in which young people can find refuge from harmful images and practices in mainstream media within a culture of vibrant and caring adults who embody self-love and acceptance.

She is also co-founder of a national movement called the Keepers of Wonder in which youth of all ages work hard to keep the world magical.

 

Jan
27
Sat
Mindfulness Meditation with Mamook Wellness
Jan 27 @ 9:00 am – 9:45 am

WEEKLY EVENT

Mindfullness Meditation with Mamook Wellness

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Come sit with us in relaxed awareness. These meetings include both walking and sitting meditations inspired by the Japanese tradition of Soto Zen. All skill levels are welcome. First time folks encouraged.

COST: Suggested donation $5-10.  No one will be turned away for lack of funds.

RSVP: souwesterwellness@gmail.com

WHERE: Wellness Trailer

Sound Bath with Mamook Wellness
Jan 27 @ 10:00 am – 10:30 am

WEEKLY EVENT

A unique ambient sound experience, blending tiny ambient concert and harmonic healing in which participants are enveloped in the vibrational drones of various traditional healing instruments.

COST: Suggested donation $5-10.  No one will be turned away for lack of funds.

RSVP: souwesterwellness@gmail.com

WHERE: Wellness Trailer

Space limited to 8 people

Yoga & Ayurveda for Winter Vitality with Elyssia Maya Schaeffer
Jan 27 @ 1:30 pm – 3:30 pm

Workshop Series at The Sou’wester

Yoga & Ayurveda for Winter Vitality with Elyssia Maya Schaeffer

Learn nourishing foods, breath work and yoga to support your body through the winter season. Workshop includes homemade chai, an Ayurvedic snack and a 30 minute guided meditation.


Elyssia Maya Schaeffer is a Certified Ayurveda and Yoga Teacher, Holistic Nutritionist and Certified Wellness Coach living in Portland Oregon with her husband and two cheeky chihuahuas. Follow her on instagram at #anandamayaayurvedapdx


COST:  $20

BRING: Please bring a yoga mat and wear warm, comfortable clothes.


  

All workshops are open to the public.

All Skill Levels Welcome. 7 students max.

RSVP via souwesterfrontdesk@gmail.com or 360-642-2542

 

 

The Sou’wester Lodge at 3728 J Place, Seaview, WA 98644

 

 

 

 

This class is part of the Fall & Winter 2017/2018 Workshop Series at The Sou’wester. Visit www.souwesterlodge.com/calendar to see the entire schedule of more than 28 artist-led workshops.

 

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Hollis Peach
Jan 27 @ 8:00 pm

Drawing from diverse influences ranging from John Hartford, Joanna Newsom, Pete Seeger, Jim Henson, and Townes Van Zandt,  Hollis Peach weaves evocative, mischievous and deeply personal stories in the American vernacular of song and story.  This unassuming, yet highly original duo is currently touring in promotion of their debut release, “Sometimes We Feel the Same”. Founding members of the rootsy folk orchestra Patchy Sanders, songwriter and guitarist, Dan Sherrill along with his singing partner, Jacqui Aubert, create a finely nuanced musical pairing.

Though deceptively simple, their musical arrangements and harmonies are lush, intricate, and often hypnotic in their elegance. Kenneth Pattengale, of the Grammy-nominated The Milk Carton Kids, describes Dan as, “…a monster guitar player.” And this is true, as Dan’s phrasing comes out in the cleverest and subtlest of ways. When all is said and done, Hollis Peach’s music is a powerhouse of subtle gestures and graceful storytelling.

This event is free and open to the public.

Jan
28
Sun
Writing Your Conservative Relatives with Jenny Forrester
Jan 28 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

Workshop Series at The Sou’wester

Writing Your Conservative Relatives with Jenny Forrester

It’s a fairly universal experience to disagree with family members sometimes. But what if those disagreements are more like a epic gulfs of bafflement and horror? What if your family members are conservatives? What if they’re Republicans? What then?

Write the conservative members of your family into immortality by bringing your pen and paper to the Thanksgiving table. We’ll write scenes that have the immediacy of fiction steeped in the emotional depths of lived experience.

If you’ve dreamed of leaving a story for posterity to tell your whole truth long after you’re gone or if you’ve dreamed of publishing this story for the world, this class is for you. Maybe you feel compelled to write and see what comes of it—consider the possibilities later. Maybe your childhood home remains within your mind as a bright place or a painful place or a beautiful, long gone now place, but the conservativism or religious authoritarianism remains in your metaphors. Write it all. Maybe even find some peace with it.

Literary Memoir offers the opportunity for growth and expression that other types of writing don’t. It’s not just that we’re writing our life’s memories, it’s that we’re writing our resistance through artistic expression. It’s that we’re writing ourselves resilient. So, in this class we’ll talk about what makes memoir literary.


Jenny Forrester has been published in a number of print and online publications, including Seattle’s City Arts MagazineNailed MagazineHip MamaThe Literary KitchenIndiana Review, and Columbia Journal. Her work is included in the Listen to Your Mother anthology published by Putnam. She curates the Unchaste Readers Series. Her debut memoir was published recently (May, 2017) by Portland’s own, Hawthorne Books.


COST:  $60

BRING: Paper/Pen/Computer – whatever you’d like to use to write. Please bring a sack lunch and/or snack (hot tea and coffee provided)


All workshops are open to the public.

All Skill Levels Welcome.

This workshop is for students age 17 and up. 20 students max.

RSVP via souwesterfrontdesk@gmail.com or 360-642-2542

 

The Sou’wester Lodge at 3728 J Place, Seaview, WA 98644

 

 

This class is part of the Fall & Winter 2017/2018 Workshop Series at The Sou’wester. Visit www.souwesterlodge.com/calendar to see the entire schedule of more than 28 artist-led workshops.

 

 

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