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Tasty Pasta and an Exhibit Opening Mark The 3nd Annual Spaghetti Social at The Center for Wooden Boats at Cama Beach State Park

March 17, 2014

Pasta and fun on the Beach Saturday, April 19, 2013 – 3-7 p.m.at the Cama Center, Cama Beach State Park

Come one, come all, come hungry to the 3rd annual Spaghetti Social at The Center for Wooden Boats at Cama Beach State Park on Camano Island. What better way to shake off the cobwebs, and the rain, from winter than with a big heaping serving of spaghetti by the beach with your friends and neighbors.

And if that’s not enough, how about coming to the opening of the award winning CWB Exhibit “FishOn!”  “FishOn!” explores the history of boathouses and fishing resorts of Puget Sound, including the Cama Beach Resort that has become Cama Beach State Park. FishON! was named the best new exhibit 2013 by the Association of King County Historical Organizations when it opened at CWB’s Seattle location. It is now part of the permanent collection at CWB’s Cama Beach location.

Spaghetti

So mark Saturday, April 19th on your calendars. From 3pm to 7pm the crew at the CWB Cama Beach boatshop is putting down their tools for fixing boats, and instead fixing you a plate of spaghetti and a new museum exhibit.

 What:              3rd annual CWB at Cama Beach Spaghetti Social

Where:            Cama Center and The Center for Wooden Boats at Cama Beach State Park
1880 South, West Camano Drive, Camano Island, WA

When:             Saturday, April 19,  3-7pm

Cost:                $8 Adults, $6 Kids under 12. (Tickets at the door, includes food and non-alcoholic drinks. Beer and Wine for sale)

Details:           http://cwb.org/events/spaghetti-social/

The Stanwood/Camano community is invited and so are YOU!  In addition to a spaghetti and all the trimmings, there will be games and coloring for kids, tours of the Boat House, a door prize and all day down on the Beach we’ll be building Toy Boats.  Bring the whole family.

Special thanks to the event sponsors, including Cama Beach & Camano Island State Parks, The Cama Beach Foundation and Cama Beach Café and the Friends of Camano Island Parks.

For more information contact CWB at Cama Beach Manager Shane Bishop, sbishop@cwb.org or call  (360) 387-9361.

CWB at CAMA BEACH

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