All of us leave a legacy. Our late Founding Director Jane Jacobsen left many, including the Confluence River Sites by Maya Lin, thriving cultural education programs, a vibrant riverfront project in Vancouver and countless moments of joy for all who knew her. Twenty years after our founding, we will honor Jane and her impact on us all at the Confluence Legacy Maker Gathering. This informal event will include Indigenous-owned catering, a powwow dance performance, and an uplifting video of testimonials about Jane.
Keeli Nehani Littleleaf Kotchik (Warm Springs) and Jared Garcia (Klamath)
& Shulamit Urenia of KashRootz Catering (White Mountain Apache, Mexican-American, Seminole, and Sephardic Jewish)
We hope you can join us for this gathering as we honor Jane’s legacy and build our own together.
WHAT: Confluence Legacy Maker Gathering
WHEN: Saturday, September 10, 2022 at 5 pm
WHERE: Pearson Air Museum Historic Hangar
1115 East 5th Street, Vancouver, WA 98661
This is an informal gathering of friends, not a sit-down dinner. Dress code is casual.
Sponsorship of this event will get your organization’s name and logo in front of supporters through all communications surrounding the event, including social media, our newsletter to 6,500 friends, and visual and verbal recognition during the event itself. To sponsor, go here.
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Thanks to our Gathering Sponsors!
Priscilla Bernard Wieden & Dan Wieden
Martha Kongsgaard & Peter Goldman