Updates from the Seattle Area
On Thursday, January 19th, Seattle CascadiaNow! helped host a self proclaimed 'Guerrilla Art School' at the Columbia City Church of Hope in Seattle that attracted several hundred people for a night of creative an artful resistance.
The CascadiaNow! family keeps on growing and this time our board of directors has unanimously accepted Vibrant Palette Arts Center (VPAC) as our newest project. VPAC's mission is to serve adult artists with developmental, mental, and physical disabilities by providing a professional studio environment for artistic growth in a social atmosphere among peers.
The Fallout Community has just announced that an ambitious 18-member team is hard at work on a Fallout 4: Cascadia that will be the first in the series to introduce the Pacific Northwest to the Fallout world, though it is still likely years away from being completed.
The first ever Cascadia E-Cup championship league and tournament involving six of the best colleges in the Northwest begins on March 27th. This awesome event is being coordinated by our very own programming intern, Isaac Chandler, who will be graduating in history from the University of Washington this June. The tournament will feature a six week round robin with a two week break at the end of April for the finals of the National Collegiate series. The Cascadia E-Cup finals will be held live in Seattle as a part of Seattle's Cascadia Day celebration on May 21st and 22nd. Games will be streamed live on Twitch and at Cascadia Day festivals.
At our first meeting, we covered Introductions, a nice reportback of events we were involved in 2015, and then brainstormed for both some immediate events we could table, and 2016 events we'd like to be a part of or host.
A huge thank you to everyone who made the Salish Sea bioneer conference such a huge success! It was authentic, it was real, and it truly felt like the start to something far greater.
CascadiaNow! had a lovely time at the Seattle Pacific University Non-Profit and Internship Career Fair. We talked with dozens of interested folks, and were able to help find some people specifically interested in becoming dedicated volunteers or interns for CascadiaNow!.
CascadiaNow! is excited to share these pictures from Seattle Bikeworks from their summer programs in which more than 60 youth were able to bring home bikes that they hand built.
We are excited to announce that our CascadiaNow! Executive Director Brandon Letsinger will be a featured Ignite speaker for the Salish Sea Bioneers Conference, hosted through the Whidbey Island Institute Nov 6-8.
Thank you to Seattle Tilth and everyone who came and made our Seattle CascadiaNow! Pumpkin Carving a huge success!
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