16. How do I pay?
Contact WSU Snohomish County Beach Watchers at any of the following:
Sound Living 2016 600 128th St. SE Everett, WA 98208
Sound Living is a One Day "Communiversity", or university for everyone. It is designed to be a focused day of learning about the connections between the water, land and people of Snohomish County and vicinity. This event is brought to you by WSU Snohomish County Extension Beach Watchers and made possible through the community mindedness and dedication of our guest presenters, supporting organizations and businesses.
Each year, a small group of community members receive 80 hours of training to become Beach Watchers. For each one of us, there are many more people who simply can't make that level of commitment at this time in their lives. Sound Living is our effort to enable everyone who cares about Puget Sound / the Salish Sea to learn more about this place. The goal of this gathering is to share what we have learned so that we can leave a lasting legacy of a healthy Puget Sound for future generations.
Immerse yourself in Puget Sound for a day! Explore the Connections you have with it.
Coffee, tea, juice and morning and afternoon snacks are provided as part of your registration fee.
An optional box lunch is available for an additional $11 and must be ordered at the time that you register. The box lunch contains chips, a cookie, a beverage and your choice of sandwich (turkey, ham, roast beef or vegetarian/vegan/gluten free).
You are, of course, welcome to bring your own brown-bag lunch, but please help us by using reusable or compostable containers.
WSU Snohomish County Extension Beach Watchers are volunteers dedicated to protecting the Salish Sea through education, research and stewardship. Each year, a new class of community members take 80 hours of intensive classes on 'all things Puget Sound' and return 80 hours of volunteer time in two years. Collectively, 104 Snohomish County Beach Watchers give back more than 6,000 hours of volunteer service annually.
We work with our partners to contribute meaningfully to Salish Sea protection. Here are a few examples of our work:
Sound Living is our largest educational outreach activity! Our neighbors in Island County have been running Sound Waters, the model for this event, for over 15 years and fill a high school full of learners and teachers every February! We aspire to that! Sound Living is planned by Beach Watchers and their staff Coordinators, working as a team.
You can find out more about Beach Watchers at our website at http://beachwatchers.wsu.edu/snohomish.
If you find the course offerings at Sound Living interesting, consider joining Beach Watchers - classes begin each spring - and more information will become available on our website in the new year.
All classrooms and meetings spaces are wheelchair accessible. Room acoustics are very good. Persons requiring special accommodations while participating may contact Chrys Bertolotto with WSU Snohomish County Extension at (425) 357-6020 or email@example.com. If accommodation is not requested in advance, we cannot guarantee the availability of accommodation on site.
We have reduced the registration rate to $20 for all attendees, therefore there are no scholarships to Sound Living 2016.
We have discounted the registration fee to $20 for all attendees.
Sound Living is now requesting clock hour designation for teachers. If you are a teacher, please register now and indicate in the registration that you are interested in clock hours. We will have all necessary forms available at a special teacher registration table.
For more information, please contact the Sound Living Planning Team (firstname.lastname@example.org, 425 357-6029).
If you are interested in a particular field, look for classes in that field. The program brochure has a 'topics at a glance' list on the back side.
All sessions are new this year. The Program Chairs works hard to ensure that we have a mix of new and timely topics - we hope you enjoy them.
Our neighbors in Island County use this label to designate when a class needs prior knowledge. All Sound Living 2016 classes are appropriate to everyone, regardless of previous knowledge.
Registration closes October 17 at 9am. Walkin registrations will be available on October 22 for a walk in fee of $20.
While registration is open you can:
For each class session we ask that you rank the classes that you are interested in taking this year.
Put the class that you would really like to take into Rank 1. Most people will get one of their Rank 1 classes. But some years we have runaway class favorites, or a highly requested class must be cancelled at the last moment. To help us assign people to classes in these situations, please also tell us a second set of classes that you would be interested in taking if your more highly ranked class is already full.
Please note: classes within a Rank are assumed to be of identical preference. There is no significance to the fact that they are shown in numeric order.
How do I tell you my preferences??
During registration, you will see a list of all of the classes in a session.
If you register online, you have the option to
If you mail in a paper application, you must pay by check, made out to WSU Extension Beach Watchers.
All payments go to WSU Snohomish County Extension Beach Watchers.
You may download a registration form suitable for printing. Print it, fill it out, and mail it along with your check to the address on the form.
Please include a note (or email us at email@example.com) with the following information:
We regret the inconvenience, but we are not able to test on every vintage of computer and browser.
Yes. Click on the 'Brochure' link to the left side of this or any Sound Living 2016 page, print out the panel on the Sound Living Full Program with the registration form, and mail it and your personal check following the instructions on the form.
Your registration information is still in our database.
Click on the Find My Reg.... link on the left side of this or any other Sound Living 2016 page and follow the instructions to retrieve your partially completed form.
The confirmation email is sent immediately, so should arrive in your inbox within a minute.
It is sent via Sound.Living@wsu.edu.
Please ensure that your mail account spam filters do not reject such emails. If you have done this and still do not receive a confirmation, send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and someone will get back with you. Be sure to include your name and phone number.
We do not support changes to registration once you have paid (or committed to do so).
For special cases, you may contact us (email is preferable, but remember that we are all volunteers, so it may take a while to get back to you).
Please contact us immediately so that we can make your class slots available to other registrants.
To be eligible for a refund,
you MUST contact us by email or telephone
by 11pm Friday, October 14th
We regret that we cannot give refunds for cancellations beyond that date.
Refunds will be made in late November (when our volunteers have a chance to breathe again!)