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2015 seattle event attendee details

Thank you for registering for the Seattle Event, we are excited and grateful for your presence! Please read below for directions and tips regarding arrival time, parking, Seattle University campus information, and more. This event would not be possible without your support.

The Seattle Event details you need:

Who: You!
What: Mass (optional), Dinner, and Fundraiser
When: 5 p.m. – Mass, 6 p.m – Social Hour, Dinner, and Program
Where: Seattle University – Campion Chapel and Campion Ballroom (both housed in Campion Hall)

Complimentary parking in the Murphy Garage, adjacent to Campion Hall.

If attending Mass, please arrive 15-30 minutes early to allow time for parking and check-in prior to finding seats in the chapel.

If you are not attending Mass, please arrive at your leisure between 5:30 and 6:00 p.m. to allow time for parking, check-in, and enjoyment of drinks and hors d’oeuvres in the ballroom.

You can plan your route to Seattle U./Campion Hall with Google Maps here or read the directions below.

If you are coming from south of Seattle on I-5 consider the following directions:

  • Take Exit 164A for Dearborn St. towards James St./Madison St.
  • Turn right onto James St.
  • Turn right onto 11th Ave.
  • Murphy Garage is on 11th Ave.
  • After parking, continue following 11th Ave until it dead ends
  • Follow the sidewalk at the dead end, left, into Campion Hall

If you are coming from north of Seattle on I-5 consider the following directions:

  • Take Exit 165A towards James St.
  • Turn left onto James St.
  • Turn right onto 11th Ave.
  • Murphy Garage is on 11th Ave.
  • After parking, continue following 11th Ave until it dead ends
  • Follow the sidewalk at the dead end, left, into Campion Hall

Questions? Please contact the JVC Northwest office Friday, May 29th from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. at 503-335-8202.

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