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Join Cascadia on the Kula Cloth Abundance Tour - Celebrating Washington State Parks

Nothing says Pacific Northwest like the trifecta of innovative local businesses, hardworking volunteers, and a celebration of nature. (With plenty of coffee, of course!) Cascadia Coffee Roasters is spreading the word and rallying fans to join the Kula Cloth Abundance Tour (KAT) in raising money for Washington State Parks.

What’s involved? Well EVERYONE, for starters! The KAT's out of the bag at eight events, each held in a local state park across the region. The first three stops, which took place in January, February, and March, visited Deception Pass, Camano Island, and Fort Worden state parks respectively. For May, the fun moves to Millersylvania State Park nestled between Olympia and Centralia.

And this is a far cry from old-school telethons, form letters, or fund-drives. The Abundance Tour encourages attendees to make a custom Kula Cloth, participate in hikes, nature walks, and water activities (weather and park-permitting). There will be potluck treats, Instaworthy moments with Victorian Kitty, a Silent Disco Dance Party, and the chance to meet amazingly awesome, generous folks…just like you!

Participants can expect all kinds of activities including:

  • Treasure Hunt for a chance to win prizes and outdoor gear
  • An opportunity to make your very own FREE custom Kula Cloth
  • Day hikes and nature walks around Deception Pass
  • Tropical beach mocktails and lots of Kula camaraderie
  • A potluck smorgasbord that includes Official Kula Cookies 
  • Photo ops with the Victorian Kitty AND an opportunity to touch the Kula Branch (IYKYK)
  • Silent Disco Dance Party with a great playlist – we won’t make you dance, but we’re pretty sure that you won't be able to resist!
  • Use of SUPs and Kayaks or swimming - on Cranberry Lake or the Puget Sound!
  • Lots of time to connect, reflect and have fun with awesome people

On the Tour, each stop has a limited number of tickets so get yours today! You don’t want to miss out on nighttime scavenger hunts, caricature drawings, crafts, park exploration, and beach combing. And that was just the winter meet-and-greets!

For May’s KAT stop, come ready to partake in the utmost of awesomeness: a Hero’s Quest to find Kula’s mascot and visit by Marek Bowers from Rawlogy. Since each tour stop is different, come to one or all of them for prizes by fellow businesses like CNOC Outdoors, Six Moon Designs, and Garage Grown Gear.

Participate in a Park Stewardship Activity, like cleaning up litter, for a chance to win The One. This Gossamer Gear single tent weighs less than two pounds but can keep you dry in even the most iconic Northwest weather. Pair with capes and packing pods from Six Moon Designs. As they say on TV: but wait, there’s more! Win Huppy toothpaste, bags from Discovering Wilderness, Hoka, and Granite Gear, foods from Alpen Fuel and Alt Route Meals, and informative reading from Mountaineer Books.

There will also be giveaways of Gregory Backpacks, gift certificates to Garage Grown Gear, Hilltop Packs, and Bushka’s Kitchen, Bear Vaults, hoodies from Northwest Alpine, a Sawyer Squeeze prize pack, custom fleece jackets from SAMBOB, GooseFeet Gear down socks, Mukilteo Coffee, collapsible water bottles from Cnoc Outdoors, and collapsible bottle sleeves from Chicken Tramper Ultralight Gear.

After the Millersylvania stop, things move to Deception Pass State Park in July. Events in September, November, and December are still being organized but hope to pop up in Bellingham, Spokane, and other exciting locations. Come say hi to the Cascadia Coffee Roasters team in July or pop some Cascadia Instant in your bag and head to the autumn get-togethers.

Follow Kula Cloth on Facebook for date-specific sign-up info so you don’t miss out. Then get ready to have a blast in—and in support of—our gorgeous, enriching, reinvigorating state parks. We’ll see you in July!

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