Hello Ratha Con followers,
This announcement is to inform you that we have made the difficult decision to not hold Ratha Con in 2020.
Originally, we had hoped to be able to host the event in the Fall, but we currently do not believe this is a safe, responsible, or practical thing to do. In addition, due to the current city and state mandates, our venue, the Athens Community Center, is not currently accepting any event bookings until further notice. We love our venue and want to support them, and so we have made the decision to wait until it is safe to hold Ratha Con there. The health and safety of our attendees is the most important thing to us.
At the moment, we are hoping to book Ratha Con at the community center on April 10th, 2021, but we unfortunately must wait until the public health situation improves and the community center is open to scheduling events again.
We know this is disappointing and that everyone misses conventions as much as we do! We are living in difficult times but we will survive this by staying strong and caring about one another. We love our con community and can't wait to see everyone just as soon as possible!
If you were planning to be a 2020 vendor, guest or artist and have already paid for your table, you have a few options for 2021:
1. Please check your email for a message from our event coordinator, Kelly.
2. You may choose to roll over your booth/table fee to the 2021 convention.
3. If you are not able to make that date or do not want to, please respond to Kelly’s email and let her know, and we will issue you a full refund for your table fee.
Thank you, everyone, for your continued support of Ratha Con, and your patience and understanding. Look for some fun events on our social media pages coming soon! You can also chat with us anytime on Discord - https://discord.gg/7HSa9Tv
Feel free to comment below, or send us a Facebook message or email email@example.com if you have any questions, comments, or concerns
Thank you, and may the force be with you!
#staystrong #inthistogetherohio #athensstrong