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At 8:04am on November 1, 2011, Jean Bonifas said…

Hello Cat,

I'm writing to invite you to a PNW AIN event that is tentatively planned for Nov. 11 and 12 in the Portland/Vancouver area.  [See the schedule below.] 

Apologies for this last minute notice.   Please reply to the email ASAP if you are interested & available to attend to help us determine whether there is sufficient interest to proceed.  We decide tomorrow evening – Wednesday, 11/2.  THANK YOU!

 

Nov. 11th Friday evening:   From 7 – 9:30

LOCATION:  Anam Brugh Studio, 3512 F Street, Vancouver, WA 98663

  • Meet ▪ Greet ▪ Get Acquainted
  • AI Game Sharing + Options for socializing and local improv performances!

Nov., 12th Saturday:   9 – 4; Evening Improv Venue Options available

LOCATION:  Clark College, 1733 Fort Vancouver Way, Vancouver, WA 98663; Room # TBA

  • Interactive session on what’s happening in growing field of AI
  • Share what YOU’RE doing, and how you’re doing it
  • Hear AI practitioners with 10+ years experience talk about how they got started, and what they’re doing to stay in business
  • Perform & Process
  • Socialize and Collaborate
  • AI Game Sharing + Options for socializing and local improv performances!

No Sunday events scheduled.

Bring:  Your experience, curiosity, hope and generosity.

Fee:  $15 to cover facility – Lunch on your own

 

PLUS Professional Development Oppty!

Sue Walden, Vice President of the AIN Board of Directors and the Shepherdess of North American Regional Groups, is in the Portland/Vancouver area to help us launch our Region plus delivering two amazing workshops:

         Wednesday, Nov. 9 “The Bendable Brain – Building the Critical Skill of Flexibility” from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. (Anam Brugh Studio, 3512 F Street, Vancouver, WA 98663)

         Friday, Nov. 11 “Design for Ah-Ha! Learning Experiences: An Improv Approach to Program Design” from 9:30 to 5 p.m. (at Clark College, 1733 Fort Vancouver Way, Vancouver, WA 98663)

For more information about, and registering for these workshops, contact Sue directly sue@improvworks.org.

 

PNW Regional Champions:

Marcia McReynolds

Patricia Colley

Jean Bonifas

 

 

 

At 12:56pm on December 8, 2009, michael dobbie said…
cat, was passing through thailand on my way to australia, here in canberra with family for the next couple of months, sending love to you all back there in the great nw!
At 10:56pm on November 21, 2009, Simon Goland said…
I think it took a few days to get back to this thread, Cat. Daylong playback workshop, and then a local TEDx event in Vancouver. So, looking at the dates... I think the weekend of Dec 18/19/20 is OK, for now. Though we don't have any playback stuff happening around that time... unless we decide to organize a potluck or some other event...
At 4:58pm on November 19, 2009, Barrie Barton said…
Hi Cat, Amazing to see you come up on my computer. It has been so many years since seeing you. I see you are living in Seattle. Hope all is well with you.
Barrie
At 10:01am on November 18, 2009, Lizzie Palmer said…
that sounds great Cat
At 11:32pm on November 17, 2009, ella topaz said…
Hey Cat! Great meeting you and dancing with you. Let's stay connected!
At 8:39pm on November 17, 2009, Simon Goland said…
I stopped with the Xmas craze years ago, and have been much happier since, so it is totally fine with me. Up here there is also Catherine. Chris lives on Bowen Island, and I know he is quite busy and is traveling and all... and we can still let him know.

So we could definitely do something. I know that my schedule is quite full, with several ongoing contracts, yet I am sure there is a weekend somewhere, or a few days somewhere else, where I will be allowed by my boss to separate from my computer... ;-)
At 3:47pm on November 17, 2009, Simon Goland said…
It was a delight meeting you, Cat. Am looking forward to the next time we connect and talk about anything and everything...
At 2:27pm on November 17, 2009, Hikaru ”LOU” Hie said…
Hey Cat!!!! YES!!! See you again soon!!!!
At 6:44am on November 17, 2009, michael dobbie said…
hi there cat, me still in chiang mai, thailand for a few more days...
hope all is still nice and cool there in seattle :)
At 1:56pm on November 16, 2009, Anne M Jess said…
Absolutely!! Best of luck with all you do!
At 1:12pm on November 16, 2009, Sue Walden said…
Hey, Cat... thanks for the invite to link up. Look forward to seeing you at some future West Coast event.
Wheeee!
~Sue
At 1:12pm on November 16, 2009, Anne M Jess said…
hi Cat -
We met when you did Playback Theatre for OSR (grad program) at Seattle University. You were very kind to my son ... remember?? "Inexplicable psychic connection" Hope you are well!! Anne
At 12:34pm on November 11, 2009, Leona Partridge said…
Hi Cat - So exciting we live so near each other. It will be nice for future retapping of the energy from the conference. Thank you for the ride and offering to bring me home. I would love to see my kids before they go to bed sunday night. They are usually going to bed around 9:30 pm. I don't need to leave early, but if we could plan to leave as soon as it is over that would be great. If it ends up that you need to stay later, I can always go to plan B and take the train home. I am totally flexible. It would be nice to share a ride with new friends!
thanks,
Leona
At 1:26pm on November 10, 2009, Leona Partridge said…
hey that was fast.... I live very near the zoo and green lake - n 48th St.
If it is too much trouble, I can have my husband pick me up from your place. I am just happy to have a travel buddy.
Leona
At 1:16pm on November 10, 2009, Leona Partridge said…
Hi Cat - That would be most excellent! I would be willing to pitch $20 toward gas. I do have a suitcase, but could switch to a duffle bag if you don't have much trunk space.
One more thing - would you be able to bring me to Seattle? Just wonder if I need to have my husband on alert to come meet us somewhere Sunday evening.
I look forward to meeting you !
Thanks so much!!
Leona
At 9:37am on October 18, 2009, Niels van der Schaaff said…
My work is in The Netherlands, so consequently: so is my website. If you have any questions I will gladly answer them. Portland is on my wishlist for years 2 come. Speak to you later. Enjow your day of dancing. Greetings, Niels
At 2:18am on October 18, 2009, Niels van der Schaaff said…
Hi Cat,
Collaboration sounds great. Only because of the distance (Seattle vs Almere (Netherlands) I think its best to start sharing experiences by mail or this network. Greetings, Niels
At 12:52pm on October 17, 2009, Leif Hansen said…
Hi Cat,
Welcome to the AIN! We look forward to meeting you next month. :)

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