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2010 Seattle Floating Homes Tour Info Just Released!

Funky and Fabulous!

Ready to go see some great Seattle houseboats?

This year’s Floating Homes Tour is moving ahead at full steam with at least 12 homes on the tour.  Tickets go on sale Friday!!!

If you are interested in Volunteering for the tour, please contact me.  courtney@seattleafloat.com

This is a great opportunity to see a wide array of Seattle’s floating homes so don’t miss it!  Even if you have never thought about living on a houseboat, you should come see how amazing they are.  The tour only happens every two years and there are different Seattle houseboats each year, so it is always new and exciting.

***Update 7/16/2010** Here’s the link to get the tix: http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/120295

From the official post on the Floating Homes Association Tour Page:

“2010 SEATTLE FLOATING HOMES TOUR

“From Funky to Fabulous – 100 Years of Houseboat Living”

Sunday, September 12
12 to 5 PM

12 Homes on East & West Lake Union
Open for Public Viewing

The Seattle Floating Homes Association is pleased to announce their biennial Floating Homes Tour in 2010, themed “From Funky to Fabulous – 100 Years of Houseboat Living,” Sunday, September 12, from 12 to 5 PM.

Tickets go on sale Friday, July 16. Tickets can be purchased online at Brown Paper Tickets, by phone at1.800.838.3006, or in person at 220 Nickerson Street in Fremont (Open 9 AM – 5 PM Mon-Fri, and 8 AM – 4 PM Sat-Sun).  Tickets sell for $25 each (plus handling fee).  Capacity is limited, so advance purchase is recommended.  If there are tickets remaining, they will be available for sale the day of the tour, starting at 11 AM on East Lake Union, at the tour staging area at the foot of East Newton Street at Fairview Avenue East.”

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