Seabeck Registration Opens February 4

Feb 1, 2019 | News

Registration opens Monday, February 4th, 2019! This weekend is a wonderful experience of community with Unitarians from ESUC and University Unitarian Church based in Seattle. This 30+ year tradition is full of fun and laughter!

Learn about Seabeck here, and when you are ready, Register here!

As always, housing is based on a first-come basis, so don’t delay! Registrations are time- and date-stamped. Before you register, please check out housing options here. Be prepared with two to three housing choices. 

Registration and housing assignments will only be considered complete upon full payment for your weekend. If you do NOT receive an email confirmation back, your registration was not completed properly! This year, there is the option to “hold” your registration for $25.00 per person with the intention of paying in full at a later date. Please note that if you select this option, you will be invoiced on April 1, 2019 and your full payment will be due by May 1, 2019 or you will forfeit your registration position. Remember, we offer Scholarships to assist with the registration deposits and fees. Please contact Dianne Upton (contact info at the bottom this email) if you need assistance. If paying by check, please note full payment must be received by May 1, 2019 as well. Make check payable to “ESUC” and write “Seabeck” in the memo line. Drop it by the office or mail to:
East Shore Unitarian Church
Attn: Dianne Upton
12700 SE 32nd Street
Bellevue, WA 98005

Guy Nelson

We are thrilled to confirm that the featured speaker for Seabeck 2019 is once again, Guy Nelson, a well-known entity in the Seattle area as a long-time radio host on KUOW-NPR. Guy Nelson is back by popular demand for “Round Two” at Seabeck after an amazing, deep and fun community-building experience at Seabeck 2018. At “Seabeck 2019: A Moving Experience”, our theme will be Movement and Guy will lead us in plenty of fun and imaginative games that explore the many ways we move our bodies. Participation – mind, body and spirit – is as you are willing and able, as always.
The 2019 Organizing Team is already busy planning the schedules of workshops, music, children’s programming, and fun activities. As usual, a flexible schedule will allow you to “build your own Seabeck experience.” Offerings will include activities for all ages and temperaments plus plenty of free time to catch up with friends, rock on the porch, or find a sunny spot on the grass. 
Feel free to contact Beth Wilson, ESUC Co-Dean or Jennifer Joslyn Sill, UUC Co-Dean with any registration or programming questions, or Dianne Upton or if you have a problem signing in.