Corks, Canvas & Candlelight at Pan Pacific Seattle This December

SEATTLE—November 12, 2014— Whet your palate and your palette Dec. 17-18 at Pan Pacific. The hotel has lined up two festive events to take place in the Lobby Bar, located at 2125 Terry Avenue, Seattle.

• Corks and Canvas – Wednesday, Dec. 17 from 6 – 9 p.m.
Channel your inner Michelangelo and create a painted masterpiece while enjoying a glass of fine Washington wine. For $45, all supplies are provided, along with the first glass of wine and step-by-step instructions to create the featured art.  Give the painting as a gift, or bring a friend and give the experience as a gift! Advanced registration required, call (425) 478-4954 or register online.

• glassybaby Pop-Up Shop – Thursday, Dec. 18 from 5:30 – 7:30 p.m.
For the third year, Pan Pacific teams up with glassybaby to provide the perfect gift destination for holiday shoppers. Peruse the unique blown-glass vessels ($44 each) while enjoying a Cocktail for a Cause, such as the new Tequila Old Fashioned, Cherry Fizz, or Caramel Apple Toddy. Cocktails are $12 and $4 from each will be donated to One Day’s Wages. Ten percent of glassybaby sales from the evening will be donated to Ben Towne Foundation, which Pan Pacific will match for a total of a 20 percent contribution.

Take advantage of $7 unlimited evening valet parking during these events, plus extended happy hour on Lobby Bar drinks from 4 – 8 p.m.

About glassybaby
glassybaby are handmade, colorful glass candle holders created by Seattle artists in 300+ colors. The company was founded by a three time cancer survivor who found great hope and healing in the light of a lit handmade votive holder. She wanted to spread that hope and help the many patients she met in chemotherapy waiting rooms who could not afford basic costs like groceries and bus fare. To date, glassybaby has given more than $2 million from sales to a variety of charities dedicated to healing. For more information, visit

About Corks & Canvas Events
Get your Van Gogh on at a Corks and Canvas paint party at Pan Pacific Hotel. All the supplies are provided along with your first glass of wine for inspiration and step-by-step instruction of the featured art.  And, even if you’ve never painted before, at the end of the event everyone goes home with their very own masterpiece. Corks and Canvas events are also held at 20 other locations around the greater Puget Sound area. More information and a calendar of events can be found at

About One Day’s Wages
Did you know? Over 1.2 billion people live in extreme poverty in the world today. 61 million school aged children are out of school, with over half in sub-Saharan Africa. Nearly 900 million people do not have access to clean water. Lack of basic sanitation and unclean water causes 80 percent of illness and disease. One Day’s Wages was founded in 2009 by Eugene and Minhee Cho, an average family with three children living in
Seattle. After having the opportunity to travel to developing nations to see with their own eyes some of the
faces behind the statistics above, they decided to contribute their entire year's wages for 2009 ($68,000)
to help kick-start ODW. Today, One Day’s Wages is a grassroots movement of people, stories, and
actions to alleviate extreme global poverty.

About Ben Towne Pediatric Cancer Research Foundation
According to the National Cancer Institute, cancer is the leading cause of death by disease among children in the United States. Despite this reality, only about 3 percent of the National Cancer Institute’s multi-billion dollar budget is allocated for anything to do with childhood cancer. Jeff and Carin Towne started Ben Towne Foundation in 2010 in memory of their oldest son Ben, a fiercely determined, passionate and loving little boy, who died of neurobastoma at the age of three and a half. Ben Towne Foundation’s mission is to accelerate innovative research at the Ben Towne Center for Childhood Cancer Research...until a cure is found. One hundred percent of contributions to Ben Towne Foundation are invested in groundbreaking research accomplished at the Ben Towne Center for Childhood Cancer Research. Ben Towne Foundation is a movement of moms and dads, sisters and brothers, children and parents and grandparents, aunts and uncles, strangers and friends, all dedicated to raising awareness and funding toward curing childhood cancer.

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