May 6th-11th, 2020
Nostalgia – a sentimental longing of wistful affection for the past. Typically for a period or place with happy associations or to ones homeland. It is not merely reminiscing, it is the FEELING when you think about those things. Nostalgia increases feelings of connectedness to others, makes people feel loved and valued, and can create optimism about the future. How will let you past inform your future?
Thanks to Dylan Taylor for the theme!
2020 Invites Are On Sale
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2020 Invite Purchase
please read the following very carefully before proceeding
– This is a Rain OR Shine Event
– NO Refunds or Exchanges will be given – if you can’t attend, you are responsible for rehoming your invite
– Day Passes are NOT available – only full Weekend Invites
– Children 5 years and under are free
– Children 6 – 17 years of age need to obtain a children’s invite
– Online availability of invites will stop APRIL 25th and all transfers must be completed by MAY 1st
– Minors must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian
– Reclaimation has a NO PET policy. If you arrive with a pet you will be turned away. No refund will be given under that circumstance.
– No fireworks or guns
if you have read the above guidelines and are ok with them....
Here’s the announcement you’ve all been waiting for! INVITE SALES GO LIVE AT MIDNIGHT ON JANUARY 15TH, 2020. We’re having an early bird sale from JANUARY 15TH – FEBRUARY 4TH for $50/invite. At midnight on the February 4th, Invites go up to $75. If you have the funds available, we ask that you go ahead and purchase your invite and don’t wait until the last minute, please. We need funding for the mesh barrier that will be placed at the road to block the view. Children’s invites (5-17) will be $25 and children under 5 are free.
Invite sales will end at midnight on April 25th. All transfers must be made by midnight of May 1st. More info coming soon!
*We changed the early bird dates because Skittles reminded me that some folks don’t get paid until after the 1st of the month. Thanks Jessicia Murray!
We touched briefly on the idea of mini effigies in an earlier post. Let’s discuss it more in-depth here with an included poll. Wooohoo! This idea came to me after watching the struggles that came along with getting the effigy built over the past several years. Struggles against weather, travel, surprises, etc. We’re a small burn with a small budget. We also include a 75% percent “reclaimed material must be used” clause in the effigy build which can cause struggles. But what brought this idea to life has been the “spectator” aspect of our effigies lately. I’ve seen quite a lot of spectating and little interaction and participation.
So I began to ponder and lit upon the mini effigy idea, with a Carnivale style parade in which everyone proudly proclaims their creativity. A parade in which the whole community is collectively participating (if you want to, of course) and actively involved. And now I want all of your input because this is a community decision. To be certain everyone understands, the mini effigies would replace the singular large effigy. Okie dokie, let’s discuss and vote.
Nostalgia is the theme for Reclaimation 2020! The dates are May 6th – 10th, 2020. Team Lead, Theme Camp, and Volunteer Sign Up Registrations will be open soon. Invite information will be up shortly. Well, what are you waiting for? Get to planning! It’s gonna be a great year.