Encompass Rocks the Valley: Family Concert Series benefits new Snoqualmie facility

Earlier this month Encompass announced a new fundraiser to help pave the wave to the fundraising finish line for its newest facility.

Parents and kiddos… Get ready to sing, dance, and wiggle your way to helping build the new Encompass center in Snoqualmie. This spring, Encompass is hosting a series of family-friendly concerts benefitting the It Starts Here campaign to build a new Encompass pediatric therapy clinic and early learning center.

The series will include three concerts at North Bend Theatre, 125 Bendigo Blvd. N, North Bend, WA:

Caspar Babypants

March 21, 10:30-11:15 am (doors open at 10:00 am) – Feel good sing-along-songs from Grammy-nominated artist Caspar Babypants!

The Harmonica Pocket

April 25, 10:30-11:15 am (doors open at 10:00 am) – a silly and sweet acoustic duo that takes the audience on a musical adventure filled with song, dance and even a bit of theatrics.

A World of Music with Eli Rosenblatt

May 16, 10:30-11:15 am (doors open at 10:00 am) – Contagiously fun world music, movement and imagination in a high-energy mix.

Tickets are $5 per seat and are available online at encompassnw.org/rock. Additional donations toward the It Starts Here campaign will be accepted at the concerts, or you can give now by visiting encompassnw.org/donate or texting GIVE to 425.970.9142. For information about accessibility at the concerts, contact rhonda.ender@encompassnw.org.

Encompass began the It Starts Here capital campaign to build a new state-of-the-art pediatric therapy clinic and early learning center in Snoqualmie in 2017. They are now seeking support from the community to raise the last $1,000,000 to make the project a reality. 

The new child-centered space will serve 30% more children in pediatric therapy, double the capacity of behavioral health programs, and add critical therapeutic programs for children and families in the community. It will also include a community space that will be available for public use.

To learn more about the It Starts Here campaign, visit encompassnw.org/capital-campaign.

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