Doxacon Seattle weekly digest (January 14-20)

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Happy New Years all! We hope you had wonderful celebrations of the Nativity and the New Year. Before getting into business, we want to take a moment now to offer to our Orthodox brethren what we couldn’t last week (due to several of us catching the holiday cruds): Christ is born! Let us glorify Him! …

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Merry Christmas!

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From all of us here at Doxacon Seattle – Merry Christmas! It is our privilege and delight to build a place where faith & fandom can meet. We pray that this holiday season is one filled with many blessings for you and those you love. We look forward to what is in store in the …

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Doxacon Seattle weekly digest (December 17-23)

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Its the last week of Advent and all through the house, everyone is stirring….. or so it seems as we all try to lockdown final Christmas details! May this run-up to the Nativity of the Lord be as peaceful as possible for you and your loved ones. For your enjoyment (and maybe a bit of …

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Doxacon Seattle weekly digest (December 10-16)

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In case you missed it, we had a couple of announcements last week. Foremost, our presenter application deadline has been extended to December 31 – if you’re interested in speaking at our 2024 convention, be sure to share your proposal! Doxacon Seattle also recently updated its inclusion statement. This has been the fruit of much …

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Update to our inclusion statement

Doxacon Seattle has always been committed to hosting a safe and welcoming space for everyone. After some conversations at the table we hosted at a recent local convention, we realized we needed to be more clear about this. After some thought, prayer, and excellent discussions, we the Board of Doxacon Seattle are proud to unveil …

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Presenter application deadline extended!

Doxacon Seattle has a few slots still available for speakers and presenters at our 2024 event! Although the initial deadline for presentation submissions was November 30, we have decided to extend that to December 31, 2023. There‚Äôs still time to submit your idea! We are looking for people excited about our mission and theme who …

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Doxacon Seattle weekly digest (December 3-9)

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Convention preparation continues! In addition to attending, there are some opportunities to take part: And of course, we want to encourage everyone to get their ticket! Doxacon Seattle 2024 will take place on February 10, 2024 at the Brightwater Center in Woodinville. If you’d like to get your ticket, you can do so at Brown …

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Doxacon Seattle weekly digest (November 26-December 2)

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We have a few irons in the fire that you might enjoy being part of: And of course, we want to encourage everyone to get their ticket! Doxacon Seattle 2024 will take place on February 10, 2024 at the Brightwater Center in Woodinville. If you’d like to get your ticket, you can do so at …

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Happy Thanksgiving!

All of us here at Doxacon Seattle wish you and your loved ones a blessed and joyful Thanksgiving celebration. We are so grateful for your support of our mission to explore the intersection of faith & fandom – it is a privilege and a joy! Especially today, may you be blessed with many graces & …

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Doxacon Seattle weekly digest (November 19-25)

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We hope you all are gearing up well (and as calmly as one can!) for Thanksgiving. This last week we put out our call for volunteers for Doxacon Seattle 2024. As always, our convention relies on the help of many to be a success! And of course, many hands make for light work – we …

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