We get a CiRCE Pacific Northwest Regional Conference!
Mark your calendars for May 8th and 9th near Seattle, then click on the above link and register.
The speaker line-up includes Andrew Kern, Sarah Mackenzie (of Amongst Lovely Things), and David Hicks (author of Norms and Nobility).
I’ll be attending, and I would love to meet up!
I'm so sad! We already have a deposit on a vacation rental that weekend, otherwise I would totally be there!
Oh, that's so sad, Mystie! Well, not sad that you will be on vacation, but sad that you will miss the conference and I'll miss meeting you in person!
I love your blog. It has become my new favorite.
It is KILLING me that I can't go. Wah. I wish they had announced it much earlier, so that I would have had time to try and figure out how to attend. Did I mention this is killing me? Sigh.I'll be in the NW in September though! That's something!
Thanks, Kristin!Oh, that's a huge bummer, Brandy. I'm so sorry you won't be there. :( Where will you be visiting in September?
You will just have to give us lengthy reports so we can feel like we were there. :)In September, I'm speaking at the Northwest Charlotte Mason Educator's Conference, which is at a retreat center in Federal Way...if that means anything to you. I do not know my Washington geography, so it is just words to me. :)
I will be sure to share. :)Yes, I know where Federal Way is. That sounds like a wonderful conference!
That is pretty much as close to the westcoast of Canada as a conference is going to get so I should go, I would loooooove to go. Still a good 7 hours away but as far as this continent goes, not so far. Some decision making to do....If I do go I would love to say hello to you. Incentive in itself!
Andrea, be sure to let me know if you are able to make it! I'd love to have a chance to say hi. :)
Sounds lovely. I just had lunch with Sarah during the convention in Ft. Worth and almost blurted out, "Wouldnt it be fun if Heidi could be here with us too??". Maybe you can snag her for a lunch date during the conference and then the circle will kind of be complete. :-)
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