NCCPS is divided into three sections. The Pre Conference, the Full Conference and the Post Conference.
Pre Conference: February 24-25, 2015
Full Conference: February 26-28, 2015
Post Conference: March 2-4, 2015 (Boulder, Colorado)
The Full Conference is a (3) three-day event with a variety of sessions created through the Open Space process.
See Open Space? for a detailed description of this process.
There are (4) four types of sessions and each is 1 to 2 hours in length. Because the sessions are created during the Full Conference, no descriptions are available prior to the start of the conference. We guarantee however, that what you’re coming to learn about will likely be available — all you have to do is ask!
The Full Conference runs from 8:00 am – 5:00 pm each day. Check in on the first day will begin at 7:00 am. There are (optional) scheduled activities each evening.
Pre and Post Conference Workshops:
Pre Conference and Post Conference Workshops are intensive (1/2) half to (3) three day long workshops provided by a variety of presenters on various topics. Pre and Post Conference Workshops are not a result of the Open Space process.
The Full Conference registration fee covers all 3 days. Pre and Post Conference workshops are priced separately. See registration for pricing.
Catered lunch and dinner (buffet style) are available (full conference only) through purchase of the meal plan. See registration for pricing.
East Boulder Senior Center – 5660 Sioux Dr. – Boulder, CO 80303 – 303.441-4150
See a map to the site HERE.
The East Boulder Senior Center has once again been secured for the conference. Bright and airy meeting rooms, movable walls and easy access to the outdoors make this facility great. A lounge area creates a focus for our activities and ensures that you will bump into the people you will want to see. The attached recreation center features weight rooms, olympic pool, climbing walls and more and is available to conference participants for a small fee. The site is universally accessible with an awesome view of snowcapped peaks. Colorado weather makes moving outdoors for activities possible even in February!