Sunstone Northwest Final Program and Details

13 November 2010 in Bellevue, WA.

This year’s Sunstone Northwest will be at the MulvannyG2 architecture firm, located at

1110 112th Avenue NE, Suite 500 Bellevue, WA.

There will be signs directing attendees from the adjacent parking structure to the 5th floor offices where the NW Symposium will be. The venue is wheelchair accessible.

NOTE: Sunstone was NOT able to negotiate a discount at the parking structure adjacent to MulvannyG2. Parking is $7 for the day. To offset this cost, we will NOT be increasing on site registration prices.

On site registration will be $30 for the full day and $10 for students. Morning and afternoon passes and single session tickets will also be available at the door. Box lunches need to be ordered in advance through the pre-registration link below.

Need a hotel in Bellevue? The Sheraton Bellevue is offering Sunstone attendees a discounted rate of $89/night. Contact Li Cerizo at (425) 455-3330 EXT 260 or email to make reservations.

14 November 2010 in Portland, OR.

We’re also planning a Sunday evening Sunstone event in Portland. NOTE the change of venue to the FELT’S home (2115 SW 78th Ave, Portland, OR 97225). Sunday night’s speakers are Devery Anderson speaking on his documentary history of temple worship and John Kesler speaking on meditation for Mormons.

We are not charging admission for the Portland event, but would appreciate a $5 donation per person to help cover travel expenses for the speakers.

If you plan to attend the event in Portland, please RSVP so we know how many people to expect: Skye.Engstrom[at] or SunstoneME[at]

Click here to see the FINAL PROGRAM!

Click here to see the Preliminary Program!

Online registration has closed, but you can register at the door for the full day, half day, or single session tickets.

If you want a box lunch at the symposium, you will need to pre-order online. Click on the online registration link to see the box lunch choices.

Many thanks to the local volunteers for their help in putting the NW Symposium together!