Portland Alpine Fest and Base Camp Meetup (SATURDAY!)

Saturday, Nov. 19, 5:30–10 p.m. at Revolution Hall

“Experience an evening of exploration, pushing boundaries, and denying the existence of limits as you hear from two athletes who are out there challenging what is possible on a daily basis.” 

Okay, I am convinced that this event is going to be rad. We’ve got Sasha DiGiulian and Colin Haley as the keynote speakers, an extended screening of the new Fred Beckey documentary (he’ll be making an appearance!), and it benefits the Mazamas, a Portland-based mountaineering club. What’s not to like? Plus, this is the perfect opportunity to actually meet other climbers! Like, in person!

If you can’t make it to the actual event, or don’t want to spend $35 on the ticket (It’ll be worth it!) swing by Base Camp Brewing for the PAFterparty. I’ll be there (probably by myself) so please come and chat! It would be awesome to get the chance to meet up with some of you to share ideas and feedback for Alpenglow Collective, and to just hang out and grab a beer.

More info on the PAF website, I also posted it under the EVENTS tab.

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(PS – if you’re trying to find me, this is my face)

 

4 replies
  1. Allison Webster
    Allison Webster says:

    Hey there,
    I saw this event and REALLY want go (Sasha is my homegirl), and I think it would be more fun to go with someone. Would you care to meet up on Saturday in Portland and head to the Alpine Fest?
    Just FYI I live in Bellingham, WA 🙂 It’s about a 5 hour drive to Portland for me and I had planned to either stay with a friend in Portland or just grab a hotel Saturday night. I would also be down to hang out at the brewery after the event.
    I’m super excited to go so let me know if you would like to meet up.
    Have a great day!

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      • Allison Webster
        Allison Webster says:

        Awesome!
        I would like to attend the full event that’s on Saturday, so maybe we could meet at 4:30 or so? You can name the place, I have only been to Portland once before so I’m a bit unfamiliar with the town.

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