Mountain Photo Film Presentation
“Three Cups of Tea” Expedition leader to speak in Seattle:
*17 March meeting, 7 pm at Pyramid Ale House (1201 First Avenue South, Seattle).
Saint Patty's Day with Engineers Without Borders and Dan Mazur and friends for people who want to find out how to help people in developing countries and especially Nepal. You are invited for a lively discussion and interesting presentation about ways to help and meet this motivated group of people.
Dan Mazur is known for leading Greg Mortenson’s “Three Cups of Tea” expedition, featured in the bestselling book. Mazur is also known for the Mount Everest rescue of Lincoln Hall, an Australian climber. Hall had been left for dead and Mazur with fellow climbers abandoned the summit to save Hall’s life. The story was featured in the Seattle Times, on the NBC Today Show and NBC Dateline with Matt Lauer.
Can's make it on the 17th? Dan will also be giving an exciting interactive photo-film presentation at the REI Store in Seattle at 7 pm, March 18th, 2010.
- *REI Public Event.
- Donations go to The Mount Everest
- Foundation for Sustainable Development.
- Date: Thursday, March 18th, 2010.
- Time: 7:00 pm.
- Venue: REI Seattle Flagship Store.
The REI event is open to the public and a donation of $7.00 is requested at the door. 100% of the proceeds will benefit the ww.MountEverestFoundation.org.
There will be a chance to “meet and greet” Dan at 6:30 at REI plus extra time to ask questions, meet Dan and other community members during and after the presentation, including a “Nepal-Tibet Happy Hour” after the show. So please come on out for a fun and intriguing evening and bring a friend.
These talks support the Mount Everest Foundation to help local low-income families living near Everest help themselves with education, health, environment, and culture preservation.
Current project: construction of a high school serving 300 girls and boys. Please join us and support this fun event and be ready for an engaging and exciting evening.
- REI Seattle Flagship Store
- 222 Yale Ave N
- Seattle, WA 98109
- Venue phone: (206) 223-1944
- Dan Mazur (360)-570-0715
The Olive Way Exit from the I-5 is closed due to light rail construction. The exit is expected to reopen by May of 2010. Please use the Mercer Exit during this timeframe. Take the Mercer exit; go left on Fairview, Left on Thomas, and right on Yale. The REI parking garage will be on your left at 222 Yale Ave. N.
(Photo: Duane Morrison)