CANCELED: Morgan Junction (mini) Festival

We’ve mentioned a few times that the Morgan Community Association was hoping to present a scaled-down version of its annual festival on September 11th. Now MoCA has decided to cancel that plan. Here’s the announcement:

The Morgan Community Association (MoCA) has been closely monitoring the situation with COVID-19 and the increase in cases among vaccinated persons. It is with an abundance of caution that we have decided to cancel the ‘mini’ Morgan Junction Community Festival on Sept. 11, 2021. We were looking forward to hosting the Bubbleman and Gary Benson in a reduced-scale festival, but we do not want to risk anyone’s health and wellness given that that Washington state is not done with COVID‐19 or the delta variant.

We hope to be able to host the Morgan Junction Community Festival in June, 2022. Please contact if you’d like to participate in Festival planning or in the event itself.

Thank you for your understanding.

3 Replies to "CANCELED: Morgan Junction (mini) Festival"

  • NemoMango September 2, 2021 (6:42 am)

    Thank you MoCA for caring for the Community!

  • Pessoa September 2, 2021 (12:17 pm)

    One more festival canceled,  one more nail in the coffin of society.   In medicine there is always the question:  Does the therapy, in terms of negatively impacted quality of life, outweigh the benefits to the patient? People had better seriously start asking themselves this question, or they won’t have a society to return to – certainly not the society they once knew.  

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