Point Defiance AAZK
in association with
Drinking for Conservation
February 27th, 2020
This is a Family Friendly Event
5:00 -9:00 PM!
611 S. Baker St, Tacoma, WA 98402
with Boss Mama's Kitchen
and Bliss Small Batch Creamery
food trucks on site!
Dystopian is giving 50 cents of every drink to polar bear conservation and Boss Mama’s Kitchen and Small Batch Creamery are giving 10% of food ordered!
PFPB Merch! Online Purchasing is now CLOSED!
A big POLAR BEAR THANK YOU to everyone who supported our online fundraiser!
We will be selling t-shirts, totes and stickers at the event.
We accept cash and credit card.
for donating our sticker design!
for donating this sticker design!
2 for $5
We can ship stickers in the U.S. for an additional postage charge. Contact us via email.
How it all started
Cindy Roberts is a polar bear keeper and was chosen to attend the 2015 Climate Alliance with Polar Bears International. She had the experience of a lifetime traveling to Churchill, Manitoba, the polar bear capital of the world. Cindy observed wild polar bears and learned how to educate zoo visitors and communities on what action they can take to protect polar bears and their habitats. She was so inspired by the expedition and concerned about the challenges polar bears face that she wanted to contribute to the great work Polar Bears International does. Cindy took her passion for polar bears and partnered with the Point Defiance Chapter of the American Associate of Zookeepers and founded the annual event called “Party for Polar Bears!” This event takes place around International Polar Bear Day on February 27th of each year. This year the 5th annual “Party for Polar Bears!” will take place on February 27th, 2020 at the Dystopian State Brewing Company. In the last four years we event has raised over $12,000.00 for polar bear conservation with all proceeds going to Polar Bears International whose sole purpose is to protect polar bears and their sea ice home. Cindy is currently serving as a Field Ambassador for Polar Bears International and just returned from Churchill in November where she taught tourists from around the world about polar bears and how we can protect them. She will continue sharing her passion next year when she returns to Churchill in October, 2020.