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The posts in the Events Forum are pretty much of two varieties: Pub Club-type activities, and other events such as slide shows, open climbing events, Rope Up, and so on.

 

The "Pub Club" threads are open to everyone and open to spray and bullshit, because I regularly and frequently remove them from this forum. I don't moderate these threads typically, unless my attention is specifically drawn to them for some reason.

 

The "Events" threads are open to everyone, however I urge you to use some restraint: this forum is not Spray despite my lax attitude towards the Pub Club threads, so in the interest of useful long-lived threads, please keep the threads on topic. While it is the original poster's responsibility to set the tone of the thread (if you dont want people to puke all over your thread, ask them not to!) I am much more prone to help keep these threads clean, so don't hesitate to send a PM to a forum moderator if you need some help doing so.

 

Thanks, Alex

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One quick note to add... posts to this forum are moderated... this means that when you make a post, it goes into an approval queue for the moderators to clear.

 

This forum is moderated because the content shows up on our homepage for all to see. Thanks for your patience and contributions to the events forum.n

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Sorry for asking such a basic question, but how to I post to a moderated forum? Do I just post it in this thread and you guys move it to its own thread? I searched the CC FAQ and don't see anything...

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BC Mountain Festival and Slide Show!

 

Viewer supported- everyone submits their photos and we'll all get together and see them on the big screen, 7pm February 9th @ the Anza Club, Vancouver.

 

Live music before and after by Life in a Box, a nod to the Climber's Access Society, and door prizes provided by MEC.

 

Tickets are only $8 with photo submissions- digital can be dropped off at the Edge or Cliffhanger Climbing Gyms in Vancouver or emailed to bestofbc@gmail.com. Slides OK too (will arrange pickup and return). If unable to get a ticket from either location, email above address and one will be held under your name at the front door.

 

Come have a good time with the roots in the mountains community!

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Falling Upwards: Mike Layton @ The Mountaineers, Friday, March 10

 

7pm Free Show

 

The East Face of Mox Peak was one of the last unsolved problems in the Cascades. Last September, Mike Layton and his climbing partner Erik performed a remarkable first ascent on the Devil's Club route.

 

Join us for a blow-by-blow [sic] account of Mike's struggle with this difficult ascent. In addition, he will share his accounts of other first ascents including the Washington Pass Traverse (grade VI) 4-mile long route that took 3 days to complete.

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The Circuit Bouldering Gym in Portland is hosting another Fundraiser for Camp UKANDU, a camp for kids with cancer.

 

Members pay $20.00

Non members $25.00

 

First 50 to sign up get a free t-shirt

Comp goes from 3-7 pm with awards and raffle prizes. After party with Boone speed

For more info, contact the Circuit Gym or go to www.thecircuitgym.com

 

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CLIMBING WALL ASSOCIATION, INC. ANNOUNCES CLIMBING WALL SUMMIT AND MANAGERS’ SYMPOSIUM

 

CALL FOR PRESENTERS ISSUED FOR FIRST ANNUAL CONFERENCE IN BOULDER, CO, APRIL 12-14, 2007

 

Boulder, Colorado, 10/25/2006 – The Climbing Wall Association, Inc. (CWA), Leahy & Associates Inc. and Focus Communications, LLC announced the schedule for the first Climbing Wall Summit, April 12-14, 2007 to be held in Boulder, Colorado. The Climbing Wall Summit will provide the climbing community with the single most powerful, creative and productive gathering of influential leaders and strategic staff members. The Summit will bring together diverse facets of the industry to network, collaborate, learn and more effectively and readily tap into the immense potential of artificial wall climbing. The event will offer classes, clinics, and workshops, as well as structured and unstructured professional networking. While many workshops have been scheduled to date, the CWA has issued a general call for presenters for additional topics of interest. Presenter information and workshop applications can be found at www.climbingwallindustry.org/cwscfp.htm

 

www.climbingindustry.org/cwsmain.htm for all the info

 

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http://www.avalanche-center.org/auction/'>http://www.avalanche-center.org/auction/

 

The 9th annual online auction to help raise funds for the website www.avalanche-center.org (www.csac.org) is now open and running. There are a wide variety of items donated by the outdoor industry to bid on.

 

There will also be avalanche safety equipment from our own store posted, sometimes for only a few days. (Hint as of 12/8 - there are two beacons, winners choice of model, started at $175 and ending 12/10. This is some of the first PR so they will go for cheap!)

 

Also new this year, anyone can use the auction to sell items of their own. Anything outdoor related. There are no fees or costs, but we hope you'll donate something if you successfully sell something this way.

 

http://www.avalanche-center.org/auction/

 

snow@csac.org

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