Woodmark Hotel, Yacht Club & Spa, located on the shores of Lake Washington on Carillon Point just 15 minutes east of Seattle, is thrilled to announce its second annual Clambake on the Lake event. On July 13, 2012, you can enjoy traditional clambake fare, local micro brews and live music with net proceeds from the event benefiting Hopelink, a local organization serving homeless and low-income families and children with disabilities.
Shockingly, when school is out for the summer, many of the almost 16,000 children in north and east King County who qualify for free or reduced cost meals during the school year may go hungry. Hopelink helps these children. “We are excited for the opportunity to host our second annual Clambake on the Lake and bring the community together to support such an important organization,” said John Murphy, general manager of the Woodmark Hotel, Yacht Club & Spa. “Not only can guests enjoy the days’ festivities and exceptional location on the Lake Washington waterfront, they can help promote lasting change for others with our partnership with Hopelink.”
The Clambake on the Lake features expertly crafted all-you-can-eat food, local beers and wine and live music from Renegade Stringband, a Northwest-based bluegrass quintet. The Clambake on the Lake menu includes a clambake, seafood stews of America, a fry station, La Cajachina (a whole roasted pig) and a sweet station.
The Clambake on the Lake Package is available for anyone who wants to extend their stay at the Woodmark on Friday, July 13, 2012. The package includes luxury overnight accommodations, two tickets to the Clambake on the Lake event and breakfast for two at the Beach Café on Saturday, July 14 2012.
For more than 40 years, Hopelink has been helping people in need by providing an array of programs that enable families in crisis to become more self-sufficient. With five centers around the region, each offer a variety of resources ranging from food, housing, adult education, transportation and emergency financial assistance to assist the underprivileged. These services are funded by public and private foundations, United Way, government support and by donations from individuals, organizations and corporations in the community.
WHEN: July 13, 2012 from 5:30 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.
Woodmark Hotel, Yacht Club & Spa
1200 Carillon Point
Kirkland, WA 98033
TICKETS: Tickets to Clambake on the Lake cost $39 per person and include one drink ticket for house beer or wine and all-you-can-eat clambake fare. Rates for the Clambake on the Lake Package that includes the clambake plus a stay at the Woodmark start at $319. All packages are subject to availability and rates do not include tax or gratuities. For more information about Clambake on the Lake or to purchase tickets, visit Eventbrite. For more information about the Woodmark and to make reservations, call 425-822-3700 or visit Woodmark.