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Noble Fir Raises Money For Parks; Oyster New Year Bash

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BALLARD— From now thru January 25, 2012, The Noble Fir will donate a $1 to King County Parks for every pint you consume after 6:30 pm on Wednesdays. On their Facebook page, King County Parks says that with the money raised, they will "make pure unfiltered awesome in the form of parks, trails and open space." Noble Fir chimes in that today, "We are tapping a special dry hopped Copperhead from Snoqualmie Brewing..." [EaterWire/Facebook]

FREMONTThe Stranger's sweets expert, Megan Seling writes that Fremont's Pie now offers weekday delivery service from 11am-2:30pm: "We will be delivering sweet and or savory pies, salads, soup and drinks from our menu of the day. We require 24hrs notice and have a $50 minimum, same day orders can be taken on a case by case basis; hey... it never hurts to ask!" [The Stranger]

DOWNTOWN— On November 10, local food writers Nancy Leson and Matthew Amster-Burton will join chefs and cookbook authors Greg Atkinson and Kathy Casey in a discussion called "The Scoop on Food." The panel will be moderated by Karen Gaudette, food writer and editor at PCC Natural Markets. The event is free and takes place from 7-8:30 p.m. at the Microsoft Auditorium at the Seattle Central Library. [Seattle Times]

DOWNTOWN— The 19th Annual Oyster New Year Bash, one of the biggest bashes of the year takes place this weekend(11/12) at Elliott's Oyster House. We just confirmed that a few tickets are still available. This charity event benefits Puget Sound Restoration Fund's Henderson Inlet Community Shellfish project. Henderson Inlet used to be one of the most productive shellfish growing regions in South Puget Sound, but environmental degradation resulted in the closure of Henderson Inlet for oyster harvesting. Due to the Restoration Fund, oysters are again being harvested again at Henderson Inlet. [EaterWire]

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