Date(s) - 10/18/2018
The Mountaineers Program Center
Foundations in Lactation
Thursday October 18, 2018
Seattle Mountaineers Center, 7700 Sand Point Way NE, Seattle.
Michele Crockett, IBCLC, PCPA, LLLL (retired) will again present this amazing core breastfeeding training. This 1-day training is perfect for people new to breastfeeding support, or for those who would like a refresher as they encourage and support breastfeeding families! Michele Crockett Bio
Coffee, light snacks and lunch provided.
Lactation Room Available.
Directions – Please follow these directions as GPS may not direct you to the correct entrance road.
Method 1: Exit at NE 65th St and head east on NE 65th. Continue on 65th until you reach the stop light at Sand Point Way NE. Turn left. Proceed north until you reach the main entrance to Magnuson Park on your right. This is approximately NE 74th and has a stop light. Turn right, into the park. As you enter, you will pass a vacant guard station. Immediately turn left after this and proceed on the access road that runs parallel to Sand Point Way NE until you reach The Mountaineers Seattle Program Center.
Method 2: From Highway 520, exit at Montlake Blvd. Turn north (right if you came from the east, left if you came from the west). Follow Montlake Blvd. north. After you pass Husky Stadium and the UW athletic fields, it curves to the right and becomes NE 45th St. A short while later, it curves to the left and becomes Sand Point Way NE. Continue almost two miles until you reach the main entrance to Magnuson Park, roughly at 74th NE, on your right. As you enter, you will pass a vacant guard station. Immediately turn left after this and proceed on the access road that runs parallel to Sand Point Way NE until you reach The Mountaineers Seattle Program Center.
There are three buses that come by Magnuson Park – No.’s 30, 74 and 75. All three buses stop just in front of our building. To plan a trip to our building, use Metro’s Trip Planner.
Magnuson Park is located near the Burke-Gilman Trail, a walk/bike path that covers 14 miles from Seattle’s Fremont neighborhood to Kirkland’s Tracy Owen Station. We encourage our members and the general public to take advantage of this spectacular trail. For more information and maps, visit the Seattle Parks & Recreation’s Burke Gilman Trail website. You can reach our building by leaving the trail at NE 77th St. and heading east. Bike racks are available near the building entrance.