For new folks joining the community for the first time.
Also a seperate class for volunteering in dungeon safety.
Both will be happening at the same time starting at 7pm. No signup or tickets required for Monitor Training.
New Member Orientation
What: New Member Orientation - New CSPC Members Only
Where: Gallery Erato - 309 1st Ave S.
When: Monday, March 25th at 7pm
Cost: $10 - tickets must be purchased in advance, there will be no ticket sales at the door.
Would you like to become a member of the CSPC but haven’t been able to join yet? Come to New Member Orientation!
Purchase your tickets here! Note: there will be no tickets sold at the door.
The $10 fee is the cost of a 2-month membership to the CSPC. While we charge for tickets since we have been selling out and want to ensure there is space for everyone, there is no obligation to join. If you come to the orientation and decide you do not want to become a member of the CSPC, let us know on your way out and we will process your refund. There are no refunds for no-shows.
Doors open for New Member Orientation at 6:45pm. Orientation will start promptly at 7pm. Doors close for new member orientation at 7:10pm. If are not inside the doors before 7:10pm you will not be admitted into the orientation. There is a lot of construction around the venue plus the usual rush hour traffic that may impact travel times. Please plan accordingly.
Here’s a link to our New Member Packet. We cover a lot of information in our orientation, so we encourage you to review this material in advance and come ready to ask questions.
What to expect upon arrival:
All attendees will need to show a valid government-issued ID to be checked-in. If you do not bring your ID or it is expired we cannot admit you.
There will be no tickets sold at the door.
Directions and Parking
Gallery Erato is located at 309 1st Ave S. There is a pay parking lot along our north wall. Pioneer Square has free on-street parking after 6pm (more info about street parking here) and paid parking lots, which you can find listed here. This neighborhood is very well served by public transportation, including many bus lines, the streetcar, and the LINK light rail.
There are steep sidewalk cuts in the historic sidewalks of Pioneer Square and a small lip from the brick sidewalk into the Gallery. We have purchased a wheelchair ramp to transition over this lip so that our main floor will be accessible to folks in wheelchairs. There are play spaces, refreshments, and restrooms on the main floor. Unfortunately, the basement of our space is only accessible via stairs.