Spiritual and Psychic Sasquatch Event Update and Details

May 29, 2016

....FINAL

Thank you all for your continued support and donations for this event! The details and planning are coming along because of your generosity that gives us the opportunity to make deposits on our reservations.

Tickets are $69 per person until September 16th or until tickets sell out, whichever comes first. Purchase your tickets for the event and camping or bunk here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/spiritual-and-psychic-sasquatch-conference-tickets-21312815204

We have extended the event into the following day now, and it is open to everyone who purchases a ticket for the conference. The conference is 9/17/16 from 8:30-6:30 in the lodge at the Chewelah Peak Learning Center and then on 9/18/16, we will gather at the outdoor amphitheater at the facility for a more casual and spiritual gathering from 10am-3pm. Additional speakers and teachers will talk briefly, music will be played, and there will be many opportunities to meditate, hike, explore, connect, etc. around the area. The amphitheater seats about 150-200 so we encourage lawn chairs, blankets, coolers with drinks, etc. Please also bring your musical instruments and spiritual tools that you may wish to use, share, or teach to others.

If you are staying at the facility in the bunks or camping in your own tent, there is no limit on the amount of time you spend in this area. Although there is no additional charge for the gathering on the 18th, donations are accepted.

Food will not be provided during the event but we will have a vendor with organic snacks and there is also a large kitchen that you can use to store perishibles. We also plan to have a salad bar available to which you can pay the caterer directly. Otherwise, there are several places in downtown Chewelah to eat and shop (9 miles down the mountain from the event). No food is permitted to be left outdoors unattended, even if sealed. Safe storage will be provided.

For anyone planning a trip from afar, Spokane International Airport (GEG) is the closest one to fly into. Chewelah is about 60 miles from the airport (almost 90 minutes with traffic). There is a bus service called Gold Line that can transport you from the airport to the city of Chewelah, but the only stop in town is at the Safeway gas station which is 9 miles from the Chewelah Peak Learning Center up Flowery Trail Rd (Main St.) We do plan to have a van and a couple other vehicles as shuttles to and from the facility to town where food and shopping is, but they will most likely be set up for trips at designated times (still to be determined). Gold Line’s bus fares are currently $22 from the airport to Chewelah. You can learn more about Gold Line here http://www.gold-line.us/schedule.htm

For those that choose to camp in the bunk dorm, it is $22 per person per night. Tent camping is now SOLD OUT but both are limited to a 4 day stay. Tent and RV campers may use the outdoor amphitheater and restrooms at the pavilion, as well as those staying in the dorms have a restrooms and showers to use. Food may be stored in the kitchen, but at this time, we are not able to use the kitchen to cook meals. There will be another small group using different buildings at the facility on this weekend, and we ask that you please be respectful of their space and use only the large outdoor upper amphitheater to gather as opposed to the lower pavilion that is near the camping field.

We are really looking forward to this event and so are the Sasquatch People! They are gathering many tribes and leaders for this event to connect with kindred spirits. This event is a one-of-a-kind, never one like it, so it may be unconventional from other conferences, but that is what we want! Feel comfortable being yourself and connecting with higher vibrations.

If you have any questions or concerns, please email Kelly Lapseritis at sasquatchgoddess@outlook.com.

Thank you and best blessings!

Kelly and Kewaunee Lapseritis

Outdoor Amphitheater at the Chewelah Peak Learning Center

Outdoor Amphitheater at the Chewelah Peak Learning Center

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