The Art Inventory

February 2, 2018

Seattle Blind Café Comes To Bestow A Unique Valentine’s Experience

Kirby Lindsay Laney
Consider having a unique experience like you've never had before!

Consider having a unique experience like you’ve never had before!

Over three evenings, February 8th – 10th, the Seattle Blind Café will offer six seatings for this award-winning, positive social change dinner.  For a special Valentine’s in the dark meal, purchase tickets now -before they sell-out again.

Held 100% in the darkness (no blindfolds,) this discussion, music and meal offers an opportunity to experience blindness, in a caring community setting.  Enjoy a healthy vegan and gluten-free meal, with dark chocolate, made from locally sourced ingredients, as much as possible, from local farms.  Be serenaded with live music by Rosh & the Blind Café Orchestra, and informed by spoken word by Rick Hammond.

The Seattle Blind Café is served up at 6p and 9p, and sold out last year!  Purchase tickets now to February 8th, 9th, or 10th. This year, the location has changed from NalandaWest to a secret location that will be shared with guests after they purchase tickets – the location is in North Fremont, near Nalanda.  Consider taking your Valentine, or a group of friends, to this unique experience!  Find out more on the website.


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