Summerfest

Jul 21-23 in Kennewick, WA, US

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Summerfest is a non-convention-based special charity event. This event is open to the public. Check the session listing for venue information.

We are still planning the schedule for this event:

- Summerfest 2017, July 22nd - 24th, 2017 at Bee Happy Community Acupuncture, 8390 W Gage Blvd Suite 102, Kennewick, WA 99336

Summerfest will be raising donations to help United Through Reading, a non-profit organization that helps US Military families dealing with physical separation by fostering the bonding experience of reading aloud together.

United Through Reading helps create emotional connections between parents and their children, encourages literacy, and makes homecomings easier.

I have a goal of raising over $501 for United Through Reading this year for our Summerfest event. We successfully raised $415 in August 2017 by on-site donations. If you'd like to donate before the event, please let us know.

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If you'd like to GM a scenario, module or adventure path, please email pathfindertricities@gmail.com to request a game time. We'll add listings to the Warhorn page.

Previous events we've hosted are:

- Springfest 2017, April 15th and 16th, at Bee Happy Community Acupuncture in Kennewick WA. We raised $278 in donations for the American Diabetes Association. 

- Amphisbaena Weekend 2016, August 13th and 14th, at Bee Happy Community Acupuncture in Kennewick WA. We raised $415 from on site donations for United Through Reading. 

- Amphisbaena Weekend 2015, August 15th and 16th, at the Mid-Columbia Library on Union Street in Kennewick WA.

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The Pathfinder Society (PFS) is an inclusive social event open to everyone. It is our intention that everybody enjoys gaming in a safe and fun environment. While conflict between characters may arise, at no time should a player feel excluded or threatened at the table. We ask all participants to respect their fellow players and to work together to create positive memorable experiences. To this end, we reserve the right to refuse participation to any person for inappropriate or illegal conduct. All refusals of participation must be accompanied by a reason, duration of refusal, and the criteria for rejoining PFS activities.

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It is our intention that everybody enjoys gaming in a safe and fun environment. While conflict between characters may arise, at no time should a player feel excluded or threatened at the table. We ask all participants to respect their fellow players and to work together to create positive memorable experiences. Once again, the intention of PFS org play is to provide a safe and fun environment. The above guidelines reference how we may achieve our goals. By sitting at a PFS table, participants are agreeing to the terms and conditions of Pathfinder Society organized play.