☾⋆⁺₊✧ It’s written in the stars ✩₊˚.⋆ Join KuroNeko Cultural Association for anevening under the stars full of shopping, food, and dancing before Valentine’s Day! Tsuki and Hoshi will roll out the milky way for a small variety of local vendors, a select variety of foods for you to nibble, a photobooth for you to […]
It’s time to settle this!!!
We are having a Fundraising Livestream this Saturday! Tsuki will be playing games, chatting with our amazing chatters & attendees, and announcing the winners of the Ren Fair Charity Raffle from this past weekend. Be sure to drop by and say hi ^_^
Lori Collins is an anime and fantasy illustrator from Kent, Washington. She specializes in digital and watercolor work with clean lines, vibrant colors and really crazy-impossible hair. She is dedicated to proving that representation matters, and makes sure her art is as diverse as possible. All bodies are valid, beautiful and deserving of being artistic […]
Check out the full event schedule on Eventeny! Printable PDF schedule will be released closer to the convention. Full Event Schedule Check out the full event schedule on Eventeny! (Scroll down to the schedule section) SEE SCHEDULE
Another wonderful year with Spokane Buddhist Temple Bon Odori Dancers! Bon Odori is the Beauty of Japanese Dance. They are a traditional Japanese dance group that loves to perform as well as teach Japanese folk dances to audiences, while wearing traditional kimonos or yukatas. This style of Japanese dance is performed during the Obon Festival, a […]
KNC is so glad to have Spokane Taiko back for 2023! Spokane Taiko is a non-profit organization that seeks to build community and create awareness through the traditional music and rhythms of Japan. Members experience a journey in building relationships, physical stamina, focus, and cooperation (just to name a few). These skills not only contribute […]
We’re so excited for our next guest! The child of TABItha Simmons and KAThy Sprague, TabiKat Productions, has been bringing drag Queens, Kings, Things and the inbetweens to the stage for the last 28 years in the Pacific Northwest. Recently they have been branching out into classes on some of the basics of not only […]