A Note About Prindel Creek Farm Access

The Festival is held at the beautiful Prindel Creek Farm (PCF), on the third weekend of August: August 19-22.

Arrival is Friday August 19th, and departure is Monday August 22nd. If people want to come Prindel Creek Farm from the Conference and participate as a volunteer, helping to get the venue ready for the Festival, then you are welcome to come camp and we will put you to work!

Note: this will be a time for all hands on deck.

Be advised that PCF will close the main parking lot gate at midnight on Friday 8/19. and 10:00 PM on Saturday 8/20.

If you arrive after the gate is closed, you will be diverted to a temporary overnight car camping spot. In the morning you will be asked to move your vehicle, and register at the welcome booth.

It’s Getting Closer

Hello to all you beautiful people

InDidjInUs 2016 is growing near and we are busy preparing the land, the line-up, the kitchens, and the generally great vibe, in anticipation of your arrival. Those of you who have registered your memberships as of 7/17/16 should have received an information packet for the event(s) you are attending.

By now, we hope that everyone knows there are TWO amazing events:

  1. The Conference – This year the Conference is held at the beautiful Neal Creek Resort, near Scio, Oregon on the second weekend of August: August 12-15. Arrival is Friday August 12th at 1 PM, with departure on Monday August 15th at noon. Please see the “about” button above for more information.
  2. The Festival – This year the Festival is held at the beautiful Prindel Creek Farm, on the third weekend of August: August 19-22. Arrival is Friday August 19th, and departure is Monday August 22nd. If people want to come Prindel Creek Farm from the Conference and participate as a volunteer, helping to get the venue ready for the Festival, then you are welcome to come camp and we will put you to work! Note: this will be a time for all hands on deck. 

For vending information click on the drop down menu of the “ABOUT” button above.

Yes we are still co-creating the event at Prindel Creek Farm, and need your love, donations of food for the kitchen, and if you could sign up for a short, 4-hour shift in one of the areas we need you the most, you will be rewarded with a silk screened, 2016 poster and t-shirt! So please contact us, or sign up for a shift when you register yourself at the gate. Thank you – we love you!

If, after you look through the information packets and website, you still have questions, please feel free to contact us: https://indidjin.us/contact/

We look forward to seeing your bright and shining faces this summer!

Two Gatherings

Hello beautiful people of the InDidjInUs Community:

 

WE are pleased to announce that WE can have our cake and eat it too.

 

In addition to the previously announced InDidjInUs Didgeridoo Conference, which will be on the second weekend of August, we will be having an additional event at Prindel Creek Farm!  

 

We’re calling it the InDidjInUs Didgeridoo Festival, and it will be held on the third weekend in August at Prindel Creek Farm. This is the weekend after the Conference.

 

We all love Prindel Creek Farm (PCF), and after a LOT of discussion, we are making plans for this additional event. The Festival will embody much of what many of us have come to love about our celebration at PCF, while the Conference will provide opportunities to take our love of the didj even deeper.  

 

Yes, there are going to be two InDidjInUs events, back-to-back, in Oregon.  

 

When InDidjInUs was created, it was envisioned to be an event that honored the didgeridoo and was intended to bring a deeper appreciation and understanding of this ancient instrument, through workshops and music.  

 

Over time, the community has grown this intimate family reunion into a larger, high-energy celebration.  A version of this larger festival-type gathering will continue – with the familiar atmosphere of music, dancing, great food, vending, and great people.

 

During this growth period, there were also members of the community seeking a change, the kind of connections we once felt in a more intimate setting with a more didgeridoo-centered event; something for the serious didgeridoo enthusiast to come and learn advanced techniques in smaller, more focused workshops with top talent.

 

While not mutually exclusive, it’s difficult to pack both of these things into a single place on a single weekend.  This as a win/win solution for the community.  People can choose to go to either or BOTH events.  The Festival and the Conference will share many of the same musicians and they are located about two hours from each other.

 

We are going to have a great summer, so stay tuned!  

Welcome to the New InDidjInUs

BIG CHANGES FOR 2016!

 

For our 21st year InDidjInUs is taking a step inwards to deepen our roots, sharpen our focus, and to create opportunities for a strengthening community.

 

To facilitate changing patterns we’re moving to another venue.

 

To make certain that our tribe values the gathering it will become an event that will only be available to registered annual members of the InDidjInUs Tribe. However, we will be having two different events to satisfy our community’s interests.

 

The Conference (August 12-14): Annual memberships are $150 for adults. 18 and under free with a parent or guardian. Our total Conference membership offerings for 2016 will be limited to 200 (adult) memberships available for purchase and another 50 passes reserved for our performers/presenters/and children. So they are few and precious. Make sure to get yours ASAP so you don’t miss out on this re-birth of our tribe. 

 

The Festival (August 19-21): Annual memberships are $50 for adults,12 and under are free, and 13-18 are half price with a parent or guardian. Festival Memberships for 2016 are limited to 400 memberships, available for purchase online and at the gate.

  

Annual memberships are available here

 

We’ll have membership packets with detailed information coming out this week! (7/18/16)

 

The new venue is very close to the original InDidjInUs location near Scio. It is beautiful, but limited in parking so at this time we’re considering it as a one-year location while we reassess the appropriate size of our tribe.

 

InDidjInUs is now organized as a non-profit organization, for the leadership and development of our tribe’s mission. Minutes from past meetings can be read here.

Skip to toolbar