Compassionate Language (Nonviolent Communication) is a practice to support peace within yourself with also supporting speaking and listening in ways that lead to connection and understanding. Join CascadiaNow! for a Compassionate Language Training with Kathleen Macferran. All are welcome, suggested donation $5
Meet the awesome people behind some of our amazing projects and get all your questions about CN!’s nonprofit family answered at Brewing Big Impacts!
Vertical Generation, a project of CascadiaNow!, is proud to present the Climb for Refugees Climb-a-thon, September 8th, 6PM-12AM, at Vertical World in Seattle. Participants can climb, pledge to climbers, or just hang out and enjoy the food trucks, free drinks, raffles, music, games, and more. The Climb for Refugees Climb-a-Thon will help raise the money needed to continue and expand the Climbing Higher StoneMasters Program so more refugee youth will be introduced to the world of climbing!
Cascadia Climate Action, a project of CascadiaNow!, welcomes over 25 scientists, engineers, and other climate experts answering questions and having conversations about their area of expertise, along with climate-themed entertainment, music, and games, for adults and children.
This week, the member of the CN! nonprofit family with the most steady beat, Big Bang Rhythms, presents a FREE group drumming class at the Bellingham Senior Activity Center.
The first weekend of October marked a momentous milestone for Vertical Generation, a project of CascadiaNow!, who held their first outdoor rock climbing trip with youth from the International Rescue Committee (IRS,) an awesome organization that provides support to humanitarian crises around the world and refugee families.