BeWild Event: Tami Asars June 20


Photo at right: Northwest author Tami Asars invites you to be adventurous in your own back yard. Photo courtesy of the Mountaineers Books

Seattle, WA

The Mountaineers’ four-part BeWild Speaker and Film Series treated outdoor enthusiasts with presentations from expedition kayaker Ben Stookesberry in April and from Expedition Denali youths in May.

Next up in the series is a special presentation from Northwest author Tami Asars on June 20. An avid hiker and backpacker and a third generation Washingtonian who calls the North Cascades home, Asars will offer her perspective on adventuring in your own backyard.

Stay tuned for the final BeWild event on July 24, when author and wildlife biologist Douglas H. Chadwick and photographer Steven Gnam give a multi-media presentation exploring one of the last intact mountain ecosystems in North America based on their new book Crown of the Continent: The Wildest Rockies.

BeWild is hosted at the Mountaineers Seattle Program Center in Magnuson Park. Tickets are available for 300 attendees, and series’ purchasers will receive commemorative pint glasses among other special surprises. Each event will have a no-host bar and local food trucks.

To learn more about BeWild or its presenters, go to

OutdoorsNW magazine is a proud sponsor of BeWild. Come by our booth to sign up for special prizes!

Event details

June 20, 7 p.m.: Guidebook author Tami Asars invites you to take advantage of the beauty of the Northwest and be adventurous in your own back yard.
July 24, 7 p.m.: Crown of the Continent – world-renowned wildlife biologist Douglas H. Chadwick and photographer Steven Gnam explore the wonders of the northern Rocky Mountains.


The Mountaineers Seattle Program Center
7700 Sand Point Way NE 
Seattle, WA 98115

Two-Event Cost:

$30 Non-member
$24 Mountaineers Member 
$19 Student (student ID required at the door)
$18 Single Ticket (Limited availability)

Ticket Site:

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