The Cedars at Dungeness is graciously hosting the First Annual Dungeness River Audubon Center Charity Golf Tournament on June 15, 2019 to support the Tribe’s Dungeness River Audubon Center at Railroad Bridge Park (the “Center”). Fundraising for the capital improvements at the Center is in full-swing. The Tribe, in partnership with the Dungeness River Audubon Center and the Olympic Peninsula Audubon Society, owns and operates the park and nature center. This beautiful park and educational facility are open to the public but not publicly funded. The Center offers many things…a natural science education facility, an outdoor recreation park and access to low bank river frontage. It is the home of one of the last historic Howe Truss railroad bridges and boasts a section of the Olympic Discovery Trail with the only non-motorized bridge over the Dungeness River.
Recently the partners unveiled plans to expand and remodel the existing interpretive building and announced the launch of the Inspire Wonder Capital Campaign. This major capital project will expand the existing building by 5000 s.f. adding classrooms, dedicated meeting space, a commercial kitchen, a new entrance from an expanded parking lot as well as allowing for a dedicated space for the educational exhibits. The Inspire Wonder capital campaign has a goal to raise the $2.9 million to construct the project.
If you are interested in playing in the tournament please contact the Cedars at Dungeness Pro shop by calling 360.582.4900 to sign up. The tournament is a 4-person scramble format and the cost is $100 per player which includes prizes and lunch. 100% of the proceeds go to the Center’s capital campaign.