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Member Meetings

Join us for Engaging Presentations from Leading Experts! 

Our Member Meetings are open to the general public and we invite you to become a supporter and advocate of a community that values birds and nature.

Open House & Business Meeting  (members only)

Thursday, June 16
The Nature Shop
8050 35th Ave NE
Seattle, WA 98115

Open House, 5-8PM
Business Meeting, 6:30-7PM

This year we're combining our annual business meeting and the election of Board officers with an open house to welcome our new Executive Director, John Brosnan. What better way to start the summer than to mingle with your fellow Seattle Audubon members in the Nature Shop. You'll get a sneak peek at our new strategic plan and refreshments will be provided.

Notice of Officer Elections and Bylaw Revisions. During the business meeting portion of the evening, members will elect the new slate of officers to the Board of Directors and approve minor revisions to Seattle Audubon's bylaws.

Proposed Board Officer Slate
    President, Rod Brown
    Vice-President, Diane de Ryss
    Treasurer, Susan Marks
    Secretary, Jill Ericsson

Detailed biographies of the officer candidates are available on our website, along with the prosposed changes to the bylaws. Members must be physically present at the Open House and/or Business Meeting to vote. Ballots will be provided at the event.

Nominating Committee representatives, Charlie Kahle and/or Randy Robinson, may be contacted with additional nominees for the officer positions. Note: Nominees must consent to serve.

Summer Meeting

In lieu of a traditional summer meeting, Seattle Audubon is presenting its 2nd Annual Bird & Nature Art Fair!

Saturday, July 9
The Nature Shop
8050 35th Ave NE
Seattle, WA 98115


Click to download artist application.

For more information, contact Centennial Coordinator, Leigh Hiura: 

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