2011 GNSI Conference Registration is Open

2011 National Conference Registration now OPEN!

Register by mail, or use the online option.

Sign up early to ensure you get into the workshops and field trips of choice. Also limited is the amount of campus housing available. This will likely be a popular conference and spaces may fill up fast. The public is invited to join us to learn more about our trade and the art and science behind it all, so let your friends know! We look forward to seeing YOU at the conference in Olympia, WA, July 10-16th!

The registration form is in the April Newsletter. You can download the April 2011 Newsletter from our GNSI Store. The electronic version is free to logged in members of the GNSI.

You can download the registration form alone form the GNSI conference website.

You can register online now!.

The GNSI's brand new online registration tool was developed by Deborah Shaw and her associates at dbShawStudios. Deb is a Guild member and has moved into online development as well. We want to thank her and her group for moving us to this new level of service for our members!

Visit the GNSI 2011 Conference website to learn all about the amazing experience awaiting you in Olympia Washington in July!

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Several people have asked how to register for activities on Monday - Tuesday - and Wednesday. 

These three days + Sunday are the "Core Conference" .  Everything on the website or in the Newsletter that is labeled "Keynote", "Presentation", or "Mini-Workshop" is included in the Core Conference Registration fee of $175 for GNSI members!  Keynotes and the Technique Showcase are scheduled for Monday... then on Tuesday and Wednesday there are at least 2, mostly 3 presentations/mini-workshops going on every hour from 9m to 5pm!  No need to sign up for those... they'll be open to everyone until the room is full... all included in the Core Conference Registration.

The "Workshops" and "Field Trips" on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday are more intensive and longer (1/2 day, full day, and even 2 days long).  These have limited enrollments + additional fees and must be signed up for separately.

I'll keep you posted on questions people are asking as the registration process continues - so please keep those registrations  and questions coming!

Sue        

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