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Phonebank for Trans Equality in Anchorage, AK 6:30 pm
Phonebank for Trans Equality in Anchorage, AK
Apr 1 @ 6:30 pm – 9:30 pm
Phonebank for Trans Equality in Anchorage, AK
An anti-trans initiative has made it to the ballot in a municipal election in Anchorage, Alaska. Join us for a phone bank to urge Anchorage to vote NO on Prop 1. Event will be held[...]
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(Mt Vernon) Valve Turner Donald Zepeta’s Trial 9:00 am
(Mt Vernon) Valve Turner Donald Zepeta’s Trial
Apr 2 @ 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
On 10/24/17, Donald Zepeda attempted to use the emergency shutoff valve for a tar sands oil pipeline in Skagit County. His trial is currently scheduled for April 2, 2018. The more people show up on[...]
(Bellingham) Clean Energy Activist Meeting 6:30 pm
(Bellingham) Clean Energy Activist Meeting
Apr 2 @ 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm
The RE Sources monthly Clean Energy Activist Meetings in Whatcom and Skagit counties are hosted by our Clean Energy program. The meetings are a great place for community activists to come together and learn about[...]
(Bainbridge) Climate Action Meeting 7:00 pm
(Bainbridge) Climate Action Meeting
Apr 2 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm
For information about this meeting click here Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share[...]
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(Seattle) 2018 Salish Sea Ecosystem Conference 9:00 am
(Seattle) 2018 Salish Sea Ecosystem Conference
Apr 4 @ 9:00 am – Apr 6 @ 5:00 pm
The 2018 Salish Sea Ecosystem Conference will include many topics about energy and climate change that will be of interest to those working on these critical issues. Deadline to submit session proposals is July 14,[...]
(Online) Lectures on Human Rights and Climate Change 12:00 pm
(Online) Lectures on Human Rights and Climate Change @ Online
Apr 4 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
Description:http://www.nwuujn.org/view/article/5a764b6b0cf26bc6ab8f362a/5a764c220cf26bc6ab8f362f/?topic=52697e310cf28463bc8dcaedIn the months leading up to the May 14-18 Permanent Peoples’ Tribunal on Human Rights, Fracking and Climate Change, Oregon State University’s Spring Creek Project will present the free Bedrock Lectures on Human Rights and Climate Change.Online[...]
(Port Townsend) Energy Action Group Meeting 3:00 pm
(Port Townsend) Energy Action Group Meeting
Apr 4 @ 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm
The Energy Action Group meets Wednesday from 3 to 5pm in the conference room of First Federal, 1321 Sims Way. Please park in the back or ride your bike. For details email Tom Engel at[...]
(Phone) Citizen’s Climate Lobby Introductory Conference Call 5:00 pm
(Phone) Citizen’s Climate Lobby Introductory Conference Call @ telephone conference
Apr 4 @ 5:00 pm – 6:00 pm
Citizens Climate Lobby has a national call to explain their mission and process for lobbying Congress for a Carbon Neutral Fee and Dividend. Register for call here and get more information here: https://citizensclimatelobby.org/join-weekly-intro-call/Share this:Click to[...]
(Seattle/UDist) 350Seattle.Org General Meeting 5:30 pm
(Seattle/UDist) 350Seattle.Org General Meeting @ University Friends Meeting: 4001
Apr 4 @ 5:30 pm – 8:30 pm
350 Seattle monthly general meeting starts at 6:30pm. Optional Potluck at 5:30pm, bring your own utensils, plate, cup, etc. Speakers and workgroups will be happening. Come be part of stopping climate change. Open to all!Share[...]
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(Portland) NW Assn of Env Professionals Mixer 5:30 pm
(Portland) NW Assn of Env Professionals Mixer
Apr 5 @ 5:30 pm – 7:00 pm
Join the NWAEP in Seattle for their First Thursday Networking Mixer. Open to All. For more info and registration click here Check website for exact locations, as they change each month.Share this:Click to share on[...]
(Seattle) NW Assn of Env Professionals Mixer 5:30 pm
(Seattle) NW Assn of Env Professionals Mixer
Apr 5 @ 5:30 pm – 7:00 pm
Join the NWAEP in Seattle for their First Thursday Networking Mixer. Open to All. For more info and registration click here Check website for exact locations, as they change each month.Share this:Click to share on[...]
(Tacoma) Greendrinks Networking with Forterra 6:00 pm
(Tacoma) Greendrinks Networking with Forterra
Apr 5 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Tacoma Green Drinks is a great place to come and meet good people doing good things in your area, hear from a new organization, and check out a new watering hole every month. Come join[...]
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(Seattle) Restoration in a Changing Climate: Adapting Practices to Meet Long-term Goals 9:00 am
(Seattle) Restoration in a Changing Climate: Adapting Practices to Meet Long-term Goals
Apr 10 @ 9:00 am – 4:00 pm
Numerous management guidelines suggest incorporating climate change effects into planning and design of ecological restoration projects. This provides practitioners with challenges of balancing multiple sometimes conflicting goals in actionable restoration design. Practitioners learn by case[...]
(Seattle) Climate Science on Tap 6:30 pm
(Seattle) Climate Science on Tap
Apr 10 @ 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm
Climate Science on Tap will again bring a panel of energy and climate experts for a stimulating and informative discussion around the tables. All ages welcome – dogs, also! Cycle Dogs Food truck and great[...]
(Seattle) Electric Vehicle Assn Monthly Meeting 6:30 pm
(Seattle) Electric Vehicle Assn Monthly Meeting
Apr 10 @ 6:30 pm – 9:00 pm
Owners’ Show ‘n Tell begins around 6:30 p.m. with a dozen or more electric vehicles on display followed by meeting ~7:00 p.m. Information about SEVA and up-to-date event information can be found at: http://SEVA101.org. Previous[...]
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(Online) Lectures on Human Rights and Climate Change 12:00 pm
(Online) Lectures on Human Rights and Climate Change @ Online
Apr 11 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
Description:http://www.nwuujn.org/view/article/5a764b6b0cf26bc6ab8f362a/5a764c220cf26bc6ab8f362f/?topic=52697e310cf28463bc8dcaedIn the months leading up to the May 14-18 Permanent Peoples’ Tribunal on Human Rights, Fracking and Climate Change, Oregon State University’s Spring Creek Project will present the free Bedrock Lectures on Human Rights and Climate Change.Online[...]
(Phone) Citizen’s Climate Lobby Introductory Conference Call 5:00 pm
(Phone) Citizen’s Climate Lobby Introductory Conference Call @ telephone conference
Apr 11 @ 5:00 pm – 6:00 pm
Citizens Climate Lobby has a national call to explain their mission and process for lobbying Congress for a Carbon Neutral Fee and Dividend. Register for call here and get more information here: https://citizensclimatelobby.org/join-weekly-intro-call/Share this:Click to[...]
(Edmonds) Climate Connection/Sierra Club Dirty Fuels Group Meeting 6:00 pm
(Edmonds) Climate Connection/Sierra Club Dirty Fuels Group Meeting
Apr 11 @ 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm
Edmonds Climate Connection/Sierra Club Dirty Fuels Group – Meeting Second Wednesday of each month Café Louvre, Wednesday October 11th 6:00 – 7:30 PM – 210 5th Ave, Edmonds 98020 This is a merging of Sierra[...]
(Vancouver, WA) SW Wash Beyond Coal & Oil Task Force 6:00 pm
(Vancouver, WA) SW Wash Beyond Coal & Oil Task Force
Apr 11 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Regular meeting of the Beyond Coal and Oil Task Force of SW WA is held the second Wednesday of every month normally at 6:00 pm.Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to[...]
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2018 Cascadia International Women’s Film Festival (CIWFF) 5:00 pm
2018 Cascadia International Women’s Film Festival (CIWFF) @ Pickford Film Center
Apr 12 @ 5:00 pm – Apr 14 @ 8:00 pm
2018 Cascadia International Women's Film Festival (CIWFF) @ Pickford Film Center | Bellingham | Washington | United States
The 2018 Cascadia International Women’s Film Festival will be held from April 12-15 at the Pickford Film Center. There will be a special pre-festival event on Wednesday April 11 on the WWU campus as part of the[...]
(Port Townsend) Jefferson County Energy Lunch Presentation 12:00 pm
(Port Townsend) Jefferson County Energy Lunch Presentation
Apr 12 @ 12:00 pm – 2:00 pm
The Jefferson County Energy Lunch series invites energy experts to present to our interested citizens, business leaders, government officials, and energy professionals. The monthly Energy Lunch programs, held every third Thursdays from noon to 2[...]
(Port Townsend) Climate Action Outreach Meeting 4:30 pm
(Port Townsend) Climate Action Outreach Meeting
Apr 12 @ 4:30 pm – 6:15 pm
Want to help educate the community on what we all can do related to reducing our carbon footprint? Attend our monthly meeting to learn more about what is currently planned, and add your ideas to[...]
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(Various Locations) Citizens Climate Lobby National Call 9:30 am
(Various Locations) Citizens Climate Lobby National Call @ Various locations in cities around the nation and internationally.
Apr 14 @ 9:30 am – 12:00 pm
Optional potluck brunch at 9:30; national conference call at 10:00; plan, practice laser talks and write letters at 11:00. Email seattle@citizensclimatelobby.org for info.Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on[...]
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(Online) Lectures on Human Rights and Climate Change 12:00 pm
(Online) Lectures on Human Rights and Climate Change @ Online
Apr 18 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
Description:http://www.nwuujn.org/view/article/5a764b6b0cf26bc6ab8f362a/5a764c220cf26bc6ab8f362f/?topic=52697e310cf28463bc8dcaedIn the months leading up to the May 14-18 Permanent Peoples’ Tribunal on Human Rights, Fracking and Climate Change, Oregon State University’s Spring Creek Project will present the free Bedrock Lectures on Human Rights and Climate Change.Online[...]
(Phone) Citizen’s Climate Lobby Introductory Conference Call 5:00 pm
(Phone) Citizen’s Climate Lobby Introductory Conference Call @ telephone conference
Apr 18 @ 5:00 pm – 6:00 pm
Citizens Climate Lobby has a national call to explain their mission and process for lobbying Congress for a Carbon Neutral Fee and Dividend. Register for call here and get more information here: https://citizensclimatelobby.org/join-weekly-intro-call/Share this:Click to[...]
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(Port Townsend) Energy Lunch & Presentation 12:30 pm
(Port Townsend) Energy Lunch & Presentation @ Port Townsend Community Center
Apr 19 @ 12:30 pm – 1:30 pm
The Jefferson County Energy Lunch meets Third Thursdays from noon to 2 pm at the Port Townsend Yacht Club at 2503 Washington Street in the Boat Haven on the Port Townsend waterfront. The presentations are[...]
(Seattle) Sierra Club Beyond Fossil Fuel Taskforce 6:30 pm
(Seattle) Sierra Club Beyond Fossil Fuel Taskforce
Apr 19 @ 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm
3rd Thursday of every month, 7pm—8 pm. Come at 6:30 to mix and have snacks with friends. The Beyond Coal and Oil Taskforce group works to support initiatives to prevent coal and oil based energy[...]
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(Lynnwood) Climate Change 101 – a Presentation 10:00 am
(Lynnwood) Climate Change 101 – a Presentation @ Lynnwood Library
Apr 21 @ 10:00 am – 11:00 am
Cascadia Climate Action has arranged for Rachel White, Ph.D., UW Atmospheric Scientist by a to present on the how Climate Change 101. Free and open to the public. Details to be provided closer to the[...]
(Seattle/Greenwood) Letter Writing To Editors & MOCs on Revenue Neutral Carbon Tax 10:00 am
(Seattle/Greenwood) Letter Writing To Editors & MOCs on Revenue Neutral Carbon Tax
Apr 21 @ 10:00 am – 11:30 am
Draft letters (with Citizens Climate Lobby of Seattle) to the editors (LTEs) and Members of Congress (MOC). Have coffee with friends! Get support in crafting effective lettersShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new[...]
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(Port Townsend) Climate Change Preparation Meeting 2:00 pm
(Port Townsend) Climate Change Preparation Meeting
Apr 23 @ 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Interested in learning more about how climate change will impact Jefferson County, and what we can do as a community to prepare? Attend our monthly meeting, generally on the 4th Monday of the month, to[...]
(Everett) 350.org of Everett Meeting 6:30 pm
(Everett) 350.org of Everett Meeting
Apr 23 @ 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm
350 Everett is a chapter of the national 350.org. We are working on climate change issues – and many related issues – at the local level. The whole group meets once a month on the[...]
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(Online) Lectures on Human Rights and Climate Change 12:00 pm
(Online) Lectures on Human Rights and Climate Change @ Online
Apr 25 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
Description:http://www.nwuujn.org/view/article/5a764b6b0cf26bc6ab8f362a/5a764c220cf26bc6ab8f362f/?topic=52697e310cf28463bc8dcaedIn the months leading up to the May 14-18 Permanent Peoples’ Tribunal on Human Rights, Fracking and Climate Change, Oregon State University’s Spring Creek Project will present the free Bedrock Lectures on Human Rights and Climate Change.Online[...]
(Phone) Citizen’s Climate Lobby Introductory Conference Call 5:00 pm
(Phone) Citizen’s Climate Lobby Introductory Conference Call @ telephone conference
Apr 25 @ 5:00 pm – 6:00 pm
Citizens Climate Lobby has a national call to explain their mission and process for lobbying Congress for a Carbon Neutral Fee and Dividend. Register for call here and get more information here: https://citizensclimatelobby.org/join-weekly-intro-call/Share this:Click to[...]
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Art Walk at Cascadia Brewery 5:00 pm
Art Walk at Cascadia Brewery @ Cascadia Brewing Co.
Apr 27 @ 5:00 pm – Apr 28 @ 2:00 am
Art Walk at Cascadia Brewery @ Cascadia Brewing Co.
Art Walk at Cascadia Brewing, April 27th with live artists and bands, vinyl DJ sets in between live performances in the backspace brewyard.  $5 – $10 SLIDING SCALE (FOR THE PERFORMERS) NO ONE TURNED AWAY[...]
Cascadia Ensemble in the Procession of the Species 9:00 pm
Cascadia Ensemble in the Procession of the Species
Apr 27 @ 9:00 pm – Apr 28 @ 5:00 pm
Cascadia Ensemble in the Procession of the Species @ Olympia | Washington | United States
Procession of the Species is a community created celebration and is a joyous, artistic pageant, embracing the languages of art, music and dance to inspire learning, appreciation and protection of the natural world. Cascadia Underground[...]
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(Lynnwood) Climate Change Impacts on Polar Ice – Presentation 10:00 am
(Lynnwood) Climate Change Impacts on Polar Ice – Presentation @ Lynnwood Library
Apr 28 @ 10:00 am – 11:00 am
Cascadia Climate Action has arranged a presentation by Robert Bindschadler, NASA scientist emeritus on the climate change impacts on polar ice and the implications for the planet. Free and open to the public. Details to[...]
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Becoming Cascadian – The Role of Poets in Bioregionalism w/ Andrew Schelling @ Seattle University Eco-Sangha
May 31 – Jun 3 all-day

Becoming Cascadian

What: Becoming Cascadian
When: May 31 – June 3, 2018
Where: Rainier Beach (Seattle) WA
Cost: $80, plus meals
Who: 10-30 participants, featuring keynote poet Andrew Schelling. Poetry writing experience is not necessary. We hope to provide two Rainier Beach students with scholarships. We are open to giving another scholarship to someone willing to document the weekend via a publishable account for the record. Advance registration required.

The Ecosangha of Seattle University

The Ecosangha of Seattle University

The Practice of Outside

For poets and bioregional visionaries, a practice of outside will take on several meanings. First should be the colloquial sense of outside, simply “outdoors.” Learn something of your bioregion—Cascadia, the Southern Rockies, or any place else—by getting outdoors. Then, as an inhabitant of the S. Rocky Mountains, for me to visit Cascadia as a poet means I will arrive as something of an outsider. I will explore significant differences between the water-rich, heavily forested, maritime regions around Puget Sound, and the arid high country where I live. I’d also like to explore some of the familiar elements or medicine powers we share. Certain trees (Douglas fir), many of the charismatic large animals (cougar, black bear, coyote), and a storehouse of story and song that may reach back to the last glaciation (“the Girl Who Married a Bear”). With these shared elements in sight, I’ll look at territory our poems share.

Andrew Schelling is a poet, translator, and essay writer. He has published twenty books, including seven of translation from India’s early poetry. His own work encounters the rhythms and features of the natural world, as well delving into linguistics. Recent titles are From the Arapaho Songbook and the folkloric study, Tracks Along the Left Coast: Jaime de Angulo & Pacific Coast Culture. Schelling lives in the Southern Rocky Mountain Ecoregion and teaches at Naropa University

Agenda: We will gather for Zen Meditation at the Seattle U Eco-Sangha, at 7pm on the 31st. Meet for dinner the following night in Rainier Beach, then have an opening circle, during which time participants may offer breakout sessions related to the area at the intersection of bioregionalism and poetics. As in Cumberland later in the summer, we gather to share strategies, discuss our role as poets and bioregionalists at this time of ecological crisis and end-stage empire, and to support one another in our efforts to create the deepest gestures in response to this situation and how that relates to Cascadia. Dr. Jason Tetsuzen Wirth will lead a tour of Kubota Garden Sunday morning. There will be a closing circle Sunday afternoon and a reading by Schelling and some participants Sunday night. Schelling’s Saturday keynote talk/public discussion happens from 2-4 at Red Wing Café in Rainier Beach. Free admission and open to the public.

To register contact Paul Nelson at pen (at) splab (dot) org or at (two-oh-six) 422.5002. You can also Paypal $80 to the pen (at) splab (dot) org address.

Thanks to co-sponsors like the Seattle U Eco-Sangha, Humanities Washington, Red Wing Café and more to be announced soon.

Andrew Schelling FREE Keynote Talk, Saturday, June 2, 2018, 2-4pm at Red Wing Café:

 

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Summer Revival Gathering @ Vashon Island
Jun 21 @ 5:00 pm – Jun 24 @ 8:00 pm

Summer Revival Gathering!

A team of creative conveners is collaborating to bring 250 PNW artists & changemakers together for 3 days on Vashon Island, WA!

Our highest goal is to foster Connection, Creativity, Celebration, & Collaboration among a diverse, inter-generational group of participants.

If you can imagine a mix between an ARTS FESTIVAL, an UN-CONFERENCE, an ACTIVIST MEETUP, and a FAMILY REUNION; you’re on track to understanding the dynamism of what we have in store!

Come spend the solstice weekend with new & old friends alike at the summer’s best Party with a Purpose!

MORE INFO about Summer Revival Gathering:

Visit our website at  to find all of the following info and more!!!

PRESENTERS: 
The Revival Gathering themes will revolve around: sacred activism, live music & celebration, intergenerational empowerment, authentic relating, racial equity, personal & collective story work, personal wellness, spoken word, transformative media, indigenous right relations, participatory song & art, nature connection, mindfulness activities, kinesthetic movement, permaculture projects, gender reconciliation, philanthropy, immersive theatre, and more… Find a full list of presenters here: www.backtolife.org/workshops/

MUSIC / POETRY / STORYTELLING:
The 2018 Revival will host a robust lineup of performance & participatory artists to catalyze our artful time together! 

— CLIMBING POETREE: Featured alongside powerhouses such as Alice Walker, Danny Glover, Cornel West, Alicia Keys, Erykah Badu, Little Dragon, and Naomi Klein, this Brooklyn duo brings together performance and justice like nobody else on the planet. www.climbingpoetree.com

— LAURENCE COLE: This Port Townsend elder has been hosting song circles and grief councils all over the world for decades. Find out more at www.laurencecole.com

— LYDIA VIOLET BAND: This dynamic group highlights social justice and the work of Joanna Macy in a “protest-folk-gospel” style all their own. Find out more at www.lydiafiddle.com 

— PAUL CHEOKETEN WAGNER: As an award winning flutist & environmental activist of the Vancouver Island Saanich tribe, Paul shares traditional songs and stories of the Coast Salish peoples locally and internationally. Find out more at www.sacredbreath.ca

— DJ ERICA DEE: By night we’ve got a honey laced voice with peachy summerday melodies over stick-to-your-ribs beats & sub-synth harmonies. By day, facilitating voice workshops and youth music experiences. Find out more at www.facebook.com/mcericadee

— More to come soon!!! www.backtolife.org/music

CONTAINER:
Our container will be held by a diverse & experienced team of creative facilitators, employing many cultural & facilitative techniques: Open space technology, collaborative ritual, keynote presentations, participatory art creation, council circles, group storytelling, small & whole group processes, graphic recording/facilitation, the work that reconnects, community asset mapping, improvisation games, needs & offers markets, and whatever else wants to emerge!!! Find out more about our team here:www.backtolife.org/our-team-2/

VENUE:
We’ll gather together on a beautiful 28 acre organic farm on Vashon Island, directly off the coast of Seattle, WA. (easily accessible by public transit, carpool, & plane). Natural amphitheater, outdoor showers, outdoor kitchen, pond, nut orchard, etc (More than can be explained here, find out more at: www.backtolife.org/infoabout/

MEALS INCLUDED:
Because we know how valuable time around the “dinner table” is, all meals at the Revival will be eaten together! We just ask (to be able to keep our costs low), that you bring a couple food items (we’ll send you specifics upon registration), and sign up upon arrival for a 1hr shift in the volunteer kitchen! (It’s a communal gig ya know? ; ) … and we’ve got a lead chef that you’ll LOVE working with! Find out more at: www.backtolife.org/infoabout/

ACCOMMODATIONS:
Most people participating at the Revival will be camping, though the hostel will be reserved (3 blocks away) for anybody desiring indoor lodging. These bookings must be made by April 15th at the latest… You are also (obviously) free to book a nearby AirBnB, though these get reserved on island pretty early in the year, so book soon! ((BTW: We have 30 tents available for urban participants who don’t own camping gear. Inquire on the reg page.)) Find out more at: www.backtolife.org/infoabout

INSTALLATIONS:
In addition to the core infrastructure of the event, we’ll have many auxiliary venues and art installations throughout the grounds: a Teahouse & Library, the Song & Meditation Yurt, the Sacred Marketplace & networking Hub, Find out more at: www.backtolife.org/art

REGISTRATION:
Full price tickets are set at a very affordable $200. This includes 3 days of camping, content, meals, parking, and networking with some amazing PNW change makers!!! (Families/children are totally welcome! 12 and under are free) … More info here: www.eventbrite.com/e/revival-gathering-2018-registration-42104072414

SCHOLARSHIPS / VOLUNTEERS:
We have 5 levels of tickets available, with over 150 people coming on some form of scholarship! Please inquire at the registration link above for more info. (Prioritizing youth, elders, POC, & activists FYI). Please fill out a form here: http://www.backtolife.org/collaborate-2/

DONORS / SPONSORS:
We sincerely welcome any leads toward sponsors, donors, and the like! (Businesses, individuals, philanthropic groups, etc). We’re a fiscally-sponsored non-profit project, and can accept tax-deductible donations by request! …Big thanks… This is a labor of love, we’ve got a LOT of support going out, and we need ALL the help we can get coming in! Please fill out a donor form here:https://goo.gl/forms/zwUXmNqAT8pPXF5G2

***MORE INFO ON OUR WEBSITE: The amount of info on this invitation is utterly ridiculous! For real… Go to our website at www.backtolife.org/ to find all of this info and more, along with beautiful images, and info on our past events!!! 

***PLEASE LIKE OUR FB PAGE “REVIVAL EVENTS” and share with friends who may be interested!!! : ) 

Many blessings to you and yours,
~Ben Browner and the Revival Team

History of the the Revival Tour

Last July, small ‘Revivals’ toured through 10 locations across the Salish Sea! This year it’s centralized & lengthened in order to build deeper relationship, unearth more creative potential, & further our synergistic collaboration (and fun ; ) 
 
 

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