Tapas & Topics - Hearts, Home, and Horticulture

Step up your curb appeal in 2022!

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Thursday, February 10, 2022
5:00 PM - 7:00 PM (PST)
Center Steps Apartments
225 Roy Street Rooftop
Seattle, WA 98109
42 Seats Remaining

Event Details

Tapas & Topics are back in person for 2022!

Hearts, Home, and Horticulture

Step up your curb appeal in 2022:

  • How to preserve your landscape
  • Important of irrigation
  • Pruning to extend life
  • Rooftop gardens – why they don’t survive

    Serving up snacks, beers, and wine - it will be a great time!

    Attendance is limited!

    Arrival information:

    • Event will be held on the rooftop with indoor and outdoor space.
    • Open parking garage at the property on 3rd Ave. North. If this is full, there is a public parking garage directly across the street.

    • An community team member will be at the controlled access of the building to let attendees in.
    • Masks required when not actively eating and drinking.


    Photo Release:
    Washington Multi-Family Housing Association (WMFHA) events may be photographed or video recorded. By participating in this event, you consent to your photograph/video recording being used for promotional purposes including but not limited to WMFHA promotional material, website and social media.
    Don Aselin
    Don Aselin Business Development Manager Monarch Tree Services
    Gavin Smith
    Gavin Smith Sales/Service Ninja 1UP Floors
    Laura Kitts
    Laura Kitts Director of Business Development, West Cobu
    Lindsey Ward
    Lindsey Ward Director of Sales and Marketing Reliable Contents Services
    Michael Taylor
    Michael Taylor Sr. Property Manager The Meyden
    Michael Walsh
    Michael Walsh Sales/Service Ninja 1UP Floors
    Roger Douglas
    Roger Douglas Belfor Restoration
    1 Other Registered Attendees

    For More Information:

    Tricia Johnson
    Tricia Johnson
    Director of Events 4256569077

    Thanks to our hosts!


    This event will follow all CDC recommended guidelines to protect guests against the spread of COVID-19.