As the theme for the 2013 convention is ‘Save the World,’ this year’s Sunday Event will be a Non-Profit Fair for organizations dedicated to making the world a better place. We would like to invite organizations with a tie to our community to participate.
Norwescon’s concom has formed a committee consisting of members outside the executive team to address a possible official written harassment policy for convention membership.
Will you be at Rustycon this weekend? Please join your fellow NWSFS & Norwescon members for a social on Saturday (Jan. 19th) at Rustycon!
December 27th is the last day you can cancel your reservation and get your deposit back. All deposits are _nonrefundable_ if cancelled after December 27th. 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.
Norwescon 36 has yet to hear from any LARP groups who are attending. If you and your LARP group are attending Norwescon this year please contact us via email or leave a comment here. We can help you organize and schedule hotel space for your game during the convention!
Along with Artist Guest of Honor Lee Moyer and our other great artists, we are excitedly looking for new participants to bring to the art show. If you’d like to participate in the Norwescon 36 Art Show, head on over to our Art Show page to check out the policies and get info on how to register!
We’re often asked why Norwescon and Sakura-Con are both scheduled for Easter weekend each year. Both are big geek-friendly events, and while there’s a slightly different focus, there are many who would prefer to attend both, rather than having to either split time between the two or choose one over the other.