About Cascadia Convergence

Cascadia Convergence is a yearly weekend gathering of Cascadians from around the bioregion to share, connect, and build the network creating a sustainable, independent bioregion. Since 2014, Convergence (previously called 'Rainingman'), has been organized through the non-profit, CascadiaNow! This year, the Seattle chapter is organizing the event with CN! staff.

Cascadia Convergence

June 30th-July 2nd 2018 near Brooklyn WA.
$35 suggested donation. No one turned away! 'going' on our facebook event.

Register here -

Convergence is held on a beautiful 93 acre farm near Brooklyn, WA, with fields, old growth, a creek, the perfect place to recharge and connect. Convergence is entirely run and organized by volunteers, no performance or skillshare receives money. Donations are greatly encouraged to cover costs of communal food, website hosting, signage, and comforts to make it a fun, waste-free weekend! Donate Here.

The weekend is created by the campers and what they bring to share. Everyone is encouraged to share however they feel, be it leading a workshop, bringing an art installation, instruments, food, etc. We are striving for this to be a waste free event, please consider packaging when bringing things to share!

Apply here if you know you would like to perform, vend, lead a workshop or presentation and would like to be on the official schedule. Applications are due May 20th with the schedule being released June 1st. 

For any questions please email convergence@cascadianow.org

 

Primitive Technique leads a workshop on obsidian arrowhead carving

Primitive Technique leads a workshop on obsidian arrowhead carving