Norwescon 36 January 23 Newsletter

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Norwescon 36 January 23 Newsletter

Subject

Norwescon 36

Description

The 1/23/13 newsletter for Norwescon 36

Publisher

Norwescon

Date

January 23, 2013

Language

English

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Norwescon 36

Save the World!
Norwescon 36 wil be March 28-31 2013

eNewsletter - November 2012

In This Issue

Join Our Mailing List!

Quick Links

Artists' Alley
Art Show
Dealers' Room
Guest of Honor Banquet
Lobby/Club Tables
Outreach
NWC36 Guests of Honor
Volunteering

Dear (member),

Norwescon 36 (2013)

Register for the full weekend (March 28-31, 2013) for just $65 until Feb. 25th.

After that day, online preregistration is closed, and registration will be on-site during the con only!

Plus, check out all the benefits you get for registering! Register here today!

Convention Registration*

*We offer a $5 discount for Northwest Science Fiction Society (NWSFS) members. Visit them at www.nwsfs.org

DoubleTree by Hilton Seattle Airport Deadlines

  • February 24th, 2013, is the last day you can make a modification to your existing reservation (changing your arrival or departure dates) without incurring a penalty. After the 24th, all modifications will require canceling your entire existing reservation and booking a new one.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact our hotel liaison at hotels@norwescon.org.

Fine meal with fine company

Thursday Guest of Honor Banquet
Thursday, March 28th 5 - 7 PM

Join us in Grand Ballroom 2 is where you want to be! Learn first hand from our honored guests about many of the exciting events that will take place over the weekend.

This year we will have a delicious buffet that you won't want to miss.

Thursday Banquet Menu

Northwest Harvest Salad with Crudites of Broccoli, Cauliflower, Carrots & Rustic Croutons with Italian and Ranch Dressing
Tortellini Salad with Basil Vinaigrette
Yakima Red & Golden Apple Salad

Chicken Breast Forestier, Wild Mushrooms and Cabernet Reduction Sauce
Char-Grilled Salmon with Dill Cucumber Creme
Roast Pork Loin with Apple-Cranberry Rum Sauce

Swedish Style Potatoes
Seasonal Vegetable Medley

Washington Apple Crumble with Vanilla Sauce
Chocolate Decadence with Frangelico Creme

This is a year you don't want to miss.

Tickets are $40.00 per person and always sell fast. You can purchase tickets through our Guest of Honor Banquet.

Mail in registration must be received by March 1, 2013. PayPal registration is available until March 15, 2013. Purchase your tickets early and you will be entered into a drawing to sit with one of our Guests of Honor-so act quickly and reserve your place now!

Guest of Honor Websites

Norwescon 36 Guests of Honor

Author Guest of Honor: Catherine Asaro www.catherineasaro.net
Lee Moyer is our Artist Guest of Honor. www.leemoyer.com
Terry Brooks will be joining us as well. www.terrybrooks.net

As more information is available it will be posted on the Guest of Honor page.

Art Show Open for Business

The Norwescon 36 Art Show is now accepting applications from artists and we would love to hear from you.This years art show promises to be as exciting and diverse as any that we have had in the last several years and we would like you to be part of that experience.

Headlined by our Artist Guest of Honor, Lee Moyer, and featuring many of the Northwest's most accomplished and recognized artists our Norwescon Art Show is one of the most successful and recognized in the west coast.The Norwescon Art Show goal is to not just feature the most well known and successful of artists but also to supply a venue for up and coming artists to hone their craft, obtain exposure, and build a successful career.

We would like you to be part of our community.Please go to norwescon exhibitors for more information on how you can sign-up for the Norwescon 36 Art Show.

Bring out your volunteers! *ding* Bring out your volunteers *ding*

Norwescon is looking for volunteers both before the con and during.

Feel free to visit our website and see how you would like to volunteer your time.

Volunteer positions needed to be filled before the con - Please visit our website for more listings

Desk Specialist

Our front desk team works in the Security Office handling walk-in reports, lost and found, checking in and out of equipment. Also, provides backup coverage as a call receiver.

Dispatcher - 2

Dispatcher 2s are the backbone of the dispatch staff, they commonly perform the duties of a ConCom Dispatcher, during any shift, and can work as the Security Dispatch during 'non-peak hours'.

Events Lead

Assists with overseeing all convention events security staffing needs and coordination. Assists with ensuring that proper staffing levels are met to cover all convention events. Assists with wrangling back-up units if/as needed during con.

Patrol Volunteer

These people do the stuff and make things happen (or not happen as the case may be) all over the place. See also description for Patrol Staff. Needs to check into dispatch or security office at least once per hour (in person, possibly via radio).

Patrol Staff

The patrol staff are the eyes and ears of, and deterrent for problems during, the convention. Unarmed patrols help to keep the peace, address crowd control issues; assist with lost/found items/people; noise superseding insanity levels; help to maintain a civility level among con drunkards after hours; assist little old peoples across crowded hallways; and refrain from running in the halls.

Assistant Photographer

Assistant Photographers are responsible for photographing convention panels, events, and attendees. They will work a 3- to 5-hour shift each day. Photographing outside of the assigned shift is not required, though certainly allowed (and possibly even encouraged).

Help us repeat the success of years past and volunteer!

Come on down to the volunteer lounge and lend a hand.

Thank you,
Elana
Head of Volunteers
volunteers@norwescon.org

Norwescon is a science, science fiction and fantasy convention that takes place on Easter Weekend each year. We are an all-volunteer organization and always have room for more dedicated volunteers. Without members, though, there would be no reason to hold a convention; thank you for your support!

Sincerely,
Norwescon Publications Team
Norwescon 36 (2013)

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“Norwescon 36 January 23 Newsletter,” Norwescon History, accessed October 23, 2019, http://history.norwescon.org/items/show/485.

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