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North American Science Fiction Convention
We are the 8th North American SF Con since 1975
Seattle Airport Hilton and Conference Center

 

 

 


 

Cascadian Sites  and Stories

Vancouver 2108
(excerpts from Dance of Knives - Donna McMahon)

NORTH AMERICA'S GREAT APE: the SASQUATCH
A wildlife biologist looks at the continent's most misunderstood large mammal
 


 

Join the Sasquatch Militia - Uncle Sas wants YOU!

and when you are not busy with official Militia duty-Cascadia Con wants you to volunteer.  It's easy just e-mail Volunteers

 

Save The Pacific Northwest Tree Octopus

I Support The
Pacific Northwest Tree Octopus

 

You must be a member to attend the convention

 

Membership Information

Current Rates:

At the Door

Full Attending  Upgrade from Supporting  New Supporting Children  5-12
$125.00 $90.00 $35.00 $62.50

Day and Special Rates

Thurs
$ 30.00
Fri
$ 35.00
Sat
$ 45.00
Sun
$ 35.00
Mon
$ 30.00

Fri and Sat Special $ 60.00
Sat and Sun Special $ 60.00 (any 2 consecutive days)
Friday, Sat, Sun Special $ 75.00 (any 3 consecutive days)

Special memberships do not give you any right to vote in the site selection for the next NASFiC.
You can upgrade from a day rate to either a 2,3 or full membership by paying the difference. You can upgrade to full from any special membership.

 


   Online memberships are no longer available.

 

 

Note if you are buying multiple memberships online click the Buy Now Online button.
  

Registration by Mail

If you were a Friend of the Bid and you voted you are an Attending Member. 

If you were a Friend and did not vote the fee to become an attending member is $20.00.

If you Pre-Supported but did not vote you can either:

Registration by Mail

Installment Plan

Children

One Day Registration Information

Membership rates go up considerately at the door. 

Pre-registration helps you and the convention. 

Current Rates:

until 8/1/2005

Register today.

Membership Transfers:

Membership Transfers

Transfer Form

Cascadia Con will not refund membership fees. However, members are free to sell or transfer their memberships to others so long as Cascadia Con is properly notified and the following rules are adhered to. 

As of the date of transfer, the purchaser will receive all of the rights and privileges of membership from that date onwards. Any rights and privileges already exercised by the transferor will not be exercisable by the purchaser. For example, if the transferor voted in the site selection balloting then the purchaser may not vote in the site selection balloting.

No voting rights may be detached from a membership. When a membership is transferred, all future rights and privileges are transferred with it. For further clarification, if a person transferring a membership wishes to vote in site selection, they must do so before they transfer the membership. 

Memberships which entitle a person to attend the convention (attending, child, day) may not be transferred after the member has registered in person at the convention. 

In order to transfer a membership, Cascadia Con must receive a signed request. The document must be from the membership owner and must list both the owner and purchasers name and address and the membership number of the original purchaser if possible. The purchaser should retain and bring to registration a copy of the membership. We reserve the right to refuse a suspicious transfer document.

It is up to the purchaser to satisfy themselves as to whether or not voting rights on a membership have been exercised. Cascadia Con will assist in verifying such information if a request is received from a potential transferor to provide that information to a prospective purchaser, provided there is no cost to Cascadia Con to do so. 

If you have any questions concerning any of the above, please contact membership@cascadiacon.org

 

Made In Cascadia

Time left until Cascadia Con:

The North American Science Fiction and Fantasy Convention

 
 
Send mail to webmaster@cascadiacon.org with questions or comments about this web site.
Copyright  2003 Bobbie DuFault or the respective writers where noted. Seattle NASFiC in 2005.
Last modified: 06/20/04    
World Science Fiction Society", "WSFS", "World Science Fiction Convention", "Worldcon", "NASFiC" and "Hugo Award"
are service marks of the World Science Fiction Society, an unincorporated literary society.
You can contact the WSFS Mark Protection Committee at <mpc@wsfs.org>.

 

Made In Cascadia

Time left until Cascadia Con:

The North American Science Fiction and Fantasy Convention

 
 
Send mail to webmaster@cascadiacon.org with questions or comments about this web site.
Copyright  2003 Bobbie DuFault or the respective writers where noted. Seattle NASFiC in 2005.
Last modified: 06/20/04   
World Science Fiction Society", "WSFS", "World Science Fiction Convention", "Worldcon", "NASFiC" and "Hugo Award"
are service marks of the World Science Fiction Society, an unincorporated literary society.
You can contact the WSFS Mark Protection Committee at <mpc@wsfs.org>.