The Green Gig Comes to The Club

Green Gig

The Greater Gig Harbor Foundation’s annual dinner and auction evening, “The Green Gig Locally Grown,” is set for Saturday, April 1, at The Club @ the Boatyard.

Celebrating its seventh year, The Green Gig has become a locally grown tradition and the public is invited to attend this annual evening of farm-to-table treats and fundraising. Doors open at 5:30 for the event, which runs from 6 to 9 p.m. at The Club @ Gig Harbor Marina & Boatyard.

‘The Green Gig Locally Grown’ Dinner Set at The Club @ the Boatyard

The fun-filled evening features an exquisite meal of 100 percent locally grown and produced tastes transformed by regional celebrity chefs, music by Rob Rigoni of Budapest West, heartwarming stories, and original collaborative artworks created with local artists on auction.

Tickets: $50/single – $90/couple ~ Wine, beer and soft drinks included.

This event sells out early every year, so get your tickets today!

To purchase tickets go to:

Green GigProceeds from The Green Gig Locally Grown benefit the Greater Gig Harbor Foundation’s Curious by Nature School. The fundraiser also benefits the program’s Stewards Scholarship Fund and the Foundation’s work in helping to bridge the early learning access gap in our community, say organizers.

“Since 2012, the Greater Gig Harbor Foundation has provided nearly $100,000 in support of early childhood education to help give all children, especially those in greatest need, the strong start they need and deserve,” say The Green Gig event planners.

Support local farmers, fishermen, bakers, producers & early childhood education at this locally grown farm-to-table feast

The Curious by Nature School is part of the Greater Gig Harbor Foundation, a 501(c)(3) charitable nonprofit organization serving the greater Gig Harbor and Key Peninsula community. The school offers a one-of-a-kind, nature-based early-childhood program where children go outside to learn, explore and play every day, rain or shine, according to its website at Greater Gig Harbor Foundation.

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Dr. Julie Ann Gustanski, President Emeritus of the Greater Gig Harbor Foundation, is looking forward to bringing the annual benefit dinner and auction the waterfront venue at Gig Harbor Marina & Boatyard.

“Thank you,” she told Club Hospitality Manager Danielle Taylor. “We are looking forward to our first event @ The Club!” said Gustanski.

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