What You Need to Know for 2022
A Seminar for North Puget Sound, Olympic Peninsula, Pacific Coast, North Puget Sound, South Puget Sound and Greater Tacoma Event Organizers
Karen Hanan, a member of the Governor’s cabinet, has helped guide us through the pandemic, updating us with the latest stage regulations for events. She’ll look into her Crystal Ball during this seminar and let us know what we may need to look out for going forward. Also, hear from event organizers who have been able to hold events and what they have learned from their experiences.
11:00 – 12:45 p.m.
Friday, October 1, 2021
Planning for 2022; and Funding Opportunities for Event Organizers
11:00 – 11:30 a.m.
The only thing that is certain is that our future is uncertain. Karen Hanan of the Washington States Arts Commission and the Governor’s Cabinet will update us on the future of COVID regulations, and on funding opportunities for festival and event organizers that will come under the purview of the Arts Commission.
Karen Hanan, Washington States Art Commission, member of Governor’s Cabinet
2021 Washington Event Success Stories
11:30 – 12:30 p.m.
Many events have had to cancel during the past year – hear from event producers who were able to stage their events in Western Washington this summer.
Meredith McIlmoyle, Anacortes Arts Festival
Chuck Denney, Tumwater Parks and Recreation Department
Ryan Schroeder, Metro Parks Tacoma
Bruce Skinner, Harvest of Hope, Sequim (Olympic Medical Center Foundation)
Kaloku Holt, 4 Days of Aloha, Vancouver
What County Health Departments Would Like Festival and Events to Do
County Health departments have been faced with enormous challenges – hear what they are recommending for events in the near future.
Tyler Barrientos, Thurston County Health Department
Future WFEA Events and Awards for Event Organizers
Bruce Skinner, Executive Director, Washington Festivals and Events Association