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Kirkland’s Woodmark Hotel to host third annual Clambake July 12

The Woodmark Hotel, Yacht Club & Spa will host its third annual Clambake on the Lake on Friday, July 12.

The community is invited for a summer evening filled with traditional clambake fare, local microbrews, live music and great company on the waterfront.

“We’re excited to bring our neighbors together to enjoy this spectacular time of year in Kirkland,” said Julie Mackey, director of sales and marketing for the Woodmark Hotel. “The Clambake combines delicious food and drinks with our lakefront lawn and pristine waterfront views to create a truly fun and memorable evening that visitors will cherish for years to come.”

This year, guests are invited to indulge in the summer weather and gather for the Woodmark’s “Clams and Hams” theme, with a traditional clambake fare, seafood stew, Mac and Jack fish and chips and slow-cooked pork.

Local musicians Renegade Stringband, a northwest-based bluegrass ensemble, will set the tone for the evening with original ballads, familiar covers and a signature sound as guests celebrate throughout the evening.

Tickets to Clambake on the Lake are $49 per person and include one drink ticket for house beer or wine and all-you-can-eat clambake fare; additional beverages are available for purchase. The Clambake is from 5:30 to 10 p.m. and guests are invited to make a night of it with 10 percent off a luxurious Woodmark guest room the night of the event.

To purchase tickets, visit clambakeonthelake.eventbrite.com. For more information about the Woodmark, call 425-822-3700 or visit www.thewoodmark.com.

 

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