bushCON attendees will be asked for their meal preference for lunch on October 1. We've tasted the menu, and it's seriously delicious! Try something new! Ingredient lists below; we'll also ask on our registration form if you have other dietary restrictions we should share with the chef.
What's inside: baguette (flour, yeast, salt), romaine lettuce, pesto on the side (basil, pine nuts, olive oil, garlic, parmesan).
What's inside: quinoa, chicken, dried cherries, spinach, citrus vinaigrette on the side (vinegar, orange juice, parsley, canola oil).
What's inside: quinoa, cauliflower, dried cherries, spinach, citrus vinaigrette on the side (vinegar, orange juice, parsley, canola oil).
What's inside: wild rice, brown rice, butternut squash, spinach, garlic, marjoram, basil, scallions, dried cranberries, cider vinaigrette on the side (apple cider vinegar, canola oil).
Although we have taken great care in choosing meals, the registration form also allows the opportunity to indicate any additional restrictions including: Vegetarian, Vegan, Gluten Free, Dairy Free, Nut Allergies, Kosher, Halal and any other restrictions. If you still have questions, please email us.
Accommodations & Accessibility
bushCON strives to be an event where everyone is able to fully participate. If you would like more information on any of the accommodations listed below, please indicate that on your registration form or email us at bushCON@bushfoundation.org.
bushCON will have both a prayer space and a nursing room available. We will offer assistive devices, braille, large print materials, real-time captioning, sighted guides, sign language interpreters, and wheelchair/scooter access as needed.
You can also learn more about getting there, our partner hotels and travel options on the Location page.
Why are we asking for pronouns?
At the Bush Foundation, we believe that everybody matters and we are on a journey to be more inclusive and equitable in all aspects of our work. We respect how each person self-identifies, and we work to create welcoming spaces for all. We see gender identity as one way to signal that who you are and how you define yourself is something we value and respect. Pronouns help us all know how to refer to one another in conversations, and we will have ways to indicate each person’s pronoun onsite at bushCON.