Norwescon 31 March 2008
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What is Norwescon?

Norwescon is one of the largest regional Science Fiction conventions in the United States. While maintaining a primarily literary focus, Norwescon is large enough to provide a venue for many of the other aspects of Science Fiction and the interests of its fans such as anime, costuming, art, and much, much more.

Norwescon is the host convention for the prestigious Philip K. Dick Award, given to a distinguished original science fiction paperback published for the first time during the award year in the U.S.A.

Finally Norwescon is a lot of fun.

Where things are...

So you ask “Where is the cloakroom?” Well, let me tell you. Below is a list of where things are within the convention. If you have any questions, please stop by the convention office in room 7106 and we’ll be glad to help you.


Cloakroom/Lost and Found Room 7101 (In Wing 7 near the Olympic Meeting Rooms)
Norwescon Office Room 7106
Security/Dispatch Room 7108
Volunteers Olympic 2
Hospitality Olympic 3
Green Room Cascade 1 & 2
Dealers’ Room Northwest Ballroom 1-3
Art Show Grand Ballroom 1
Artist Alley Past Wing 7 in Hallway
Gaming Cascade 11 &12

Our History

For those interested in past Norwescons, we provide archived versions of our pages for Norwescon:

Norwescon 29
Norwescon 28
Norwescon 27
Norwescon 26
Norwescon 25
Norwescon 24
Norwescon 23
Norwescon 22 (Post Con Report in pdf)
Norwescon (Unofficial) History


We hope you enjoyed our 30th Anniversary Celebration and history display. Norwescon is getting older, and we believe it is important to remember our roots and the milestones along the way. We hope you enjoyed the history article in the program book, and found it interesting and informative! We would like to extend a special thank you to Carolyn Palms who was our first historian.

The History Display was set up in Olympic 2, quiet hospitality. There was a display of badges, badge holders, volunteer tokens, t-shirts, fanzines, flyers, cups and more. We even had the tiny, little Norwescon 1 Program Book, which is smaller than our current pocket programs! We had program books from years past in a display in the lobby, and extras for the taking at the history display – which you seemed to like, as about 50 books were taken. We should have brought more!

We had two types of picture displays – paper and electronic. People gathered around the PC monitor sharing ooohs and aaahs and playing “remember when”. The albums were scattered on tables around the room.

Several Norwescon members submitted “favorite memory” stories which we printed out and taped on the walls. We are always looking for stories to add to the memory book. If you have a story you would like to share send it to Michael Citrak at mcitrak (at) comcast (dot) net.

The 30th Anniversary celebration continued throughout the con with many special touches. We had:

We would like to thank:

We had our first history display at Norwescon 25, and hope to have the next one at Norwescon 35 – which means, of course, that it will become a tradition. The goal for the next 5 years is to get all of those old photos scanned!

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