In true NW style, we create our festival together and are seeking diverse participation from our region and beyond. Three days of camping with music, art, workshops, performances & artisan vending at the beautiful Masonic Family Campgrounds in Granite Falls Washington! One hour NE of Seattle.
2019 marks the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Riots; the spark that ignited a global upraising for LGBTQI+ rights that continues today. This special year, the Department of Bioregion’s Seattle PRIDE Parade contingent will commemorate the activists and leaders of that storied event: Marsha P. Johnson & Sylvia Rivera.
Join us as we celebrate the longest day of the year in Cascadia at the annual Freemont Solstice Parade and Naked Bike Ride. This year we will be focusing around a riding contingent painted in the Cascadian colors, and cycling as a block of blue white and green!
The Cascadia Football Federation is delighted to announce that they have arranged their first ever international friendly on the 26th May against the Chagos Islands. The game will take place in the U.K. at Beckenham Town FC who we would like to thank for their cooperation in creating this fixture.
Cascadia Day is a day chosen to join together to help celebrate and raise awareness of Cascadia, meet our neighbors, and discuss and plan how we are going to positively create change here in the Pacific Northwest. Raise your flag, wear your patch, and join fellow Cascadians, building Cascadia as a positive force for change.
Every year Bellingham, the “City of Subdued Excitement”, hosts the Cascadia International Women’s Film Festival, an event dedicated to showcasing the exceptional work of women directors from around the world, as well as promote Bellingham, Whatcom County and Cascadia as a destination for filmmakers and film enthusiasts. The festival, starting April 11 and running through the weekend, is screening approximately 25 films over the course of the 3 1/2-day festival, and also provides educational opportunities relating to the viewing, making, and distribution of films.
Join Brian Holmes, Howard Silverman, and Mack McFarland for a bioregional beer at The Oregon Public House, 700 NE Dekum St, on Saturday April 6th, at 3:30pm. They’ll discuss the online atlas Learning from Cascadia, as well as the futures of bioregionalism in the Anthropocene and a new interactive mapping tool that we will be launching. All are welcome, the first 15 folks to show up will get a free beer.
Chautauqua - A celebration of our bioregional and homegrown cultures on this tantalizing corner on Earth. Join the Elemental Fellowship for a magical weekend of inspirational spoken word, live performances, work and playshops, fam jams, healing medicines, culinary magic, and adventure by the rolling seas! Discover some of the people, plants, creatures and magic of our beloved home and how together we sing the Love Song of this place.