Stimulate your senses at blind cafe

May 30, 2012 by  

The Seattle Blind Café will be hosting “A Concert & Sensory Tasting in the Pitch Dark” at the Fremont Baptist Church located at 717 N. 36th Street in Seattle, Washington. This concert and tasting event begins at 7:30pm and Friday, June 8 is the date to mark in your diary.

The Blind Café is offering guests a mind altering, heart-warming experience to use their sensory senses to taste and experience food and music in pitch darkness. Guest will also be invited to a question-and-answer session with their wait staff members, all of whom are blind and are working the event.

The concert will be by Rosh & One Eye Glass Broken. This experience has been prepared meticulously and will send your senses reeling with delight. The menu was chosen by the volunteers who will be working during this event. There will be a poetry reading by Rick Hammond and music will be audible without visual distractions.

Visitors will be able to connect and build a better understanding of people who are blind. Guests will make lasting friendships, have a go at breaking bread together, and share lots of love and laughter. A percentage of the funds raised will be given to the blind community in the city. Guests are invited to make donations to the organization directly, if they so wish, on the night of the event.

Flyer printing and ticket printing have probably been prepared by local print companies to help advertise this educational evening. Tickets cost $250 per person. For additional information on this concert and tasting event, please visit the Seattle Blind Café website or call 750-495-7797.