How to View Events - CLICK (solid green) TITLE BAR TO SORT BY DATE

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    Frog Generous Contributor Forums Moderator 10 Years

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    • Sort by DATE: click on "title" header bar (first click reverse date order, second click chronological order)
    • Click "Next" or "Page 2" to see the NEXT PAGE of upcoming events (located top left under "Fungi Events" or bottom left)
    • Sort by MOST RECENT POSTING/REPLY: click on "last message" header bar (this is the default)
    • To see PAST EVENTS, go to the "Archived Events" sub forum - Archived Events
     
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    FYI - Many events have not yet announced themselves re the just-emerging-from-pandemic-restrictions state of things.
    But you can get an idea of the typical annual events by looking in the Archived Events sub forum, to see past years, esp perhaps pre-pandemic ones.

    Festivals & weekend events we hope to see posted soon: Bamfield Fest, Whistler Fest, Cowichan foray, Cumberland fest or Comox show, Strathcona workshop, Metchosin mycoblitz, Victoria/SVIMS Show, Galiano fest, Vancouver Show, Richmond Show, Manning foray ... and so on....
     
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    "Join your local mycological association!"

    Some events are not posted here at Fungi Events, as they are restricted to members only and/or due to the limited space, organizers are preferring word of mouth over public advertisement. So, if you would like to find out about more events, meet myco-mentors and other like minded folks, joining your local mushroom club or mycological society is a great first step.

    A list of regional organizations is here:
    Mushroom Knowledge and Networking
     
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    For those who don't have a fungi org in your region, some fungi focused events are organized by the local naturalist / natural history organizations. And again, some are not posted here as they do not wish to advertise beyond either the specific region or the membership of the nature group. Find your local group!
     
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