This month at TPC features great vendors, cool tunes and a diverse array of activities.
What we’re drinking
Elm’s seasonal Nine Swans blend is currently “a single farmer caturra varietal lot from Huehuetenango Guatemala, El Olvido. We love Guatemalan coffees, particularly from Huehuetenango, as single-origin espresso coffees for their rich sweetness, coating body, and orange and tangerine acidity.”
For the second month in a row we’re featuring a keg from upstart Metier Brewing in Woodinville, WA. The Red Ale “is brewed with Willamette and East Kent Golding hops. Light and balanced maltiness with notes of caramel and roasted nuts.”
As always we have a fridge full of rotating LaCroix flavors, from the crowd darling Pamplemousse to the polarizing Coconut. We’re always on the lookout for rare finds like Key Lime. Send tips to firstname.lastname@example.org
What we’re listening to
What we’re doing
10/11 FieldTrip To Convivial Cafe
You may remember that we announced the opening of Convivial Cafe in last month’s newsletter. Well now we’re going! tPC is going on a fieldtrip across the lake to Mercer Island to visit Joel’s new bakery/cafe, so mark your calendars for October 11th.
10/16 Members Lunch Catered by Cafe Zum Zum
Lunch is on us! On Tuesday, October 16th, tPC will be providing lunch just to say thank you for being awesome! Stop by for some tasty Pakistani/Indian food.
10/18 - Skill Share: Wills & Wine
Start your health care directive & estate documents with very local lawyer & front desk enthusiast, Kathleen Nacozy! Kathleen will be getting us started on the oh-so-fun end of life documents that everyone needs all while enjoying a glass of wine! The skill share is on Oct. 18th @ 5:30 pm in the Main Conference Room. Attendance is limited to 10.