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    • 13 Apr 2018
    • History Colorado Center
    • 15
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    Bridging the Divides: Civil Discourse in the 21st Century

    In our democracy institutions and social organizations are dependent upon differing perspectives coming together in pursuit of a common goal. Economic progress, social movements, historical points of view, and environmental considerations often create fractures among groups. This Spring, we will explore the role that social studies has in creating communities where competing ideas can be held and progress continues. Join the Colorado Council for Social Studies Annual conference Bridging the Divides: Civil Discourse in the 21st 

    If you are interested in exhibiting please read the information below and then send your name, company name and information about your company to Scott Van Tatenhoven at svantate@psdschools.org you will then receive the code to complete the registration process. 


    EXHIBIT DATE AND TIME

                Exhibit hours are scheduled from 7 a. m. – 12:30 p.m. on Friday April 13, 2018. There will be exclusive viewing time scheduled from 10:30 to 11:10 a.m.  Set-up time takes place early the morning of the conference. Exhibiting will take in the main hall of the museum, where the large Colorado map is displayed in the floor.

    LOCATION

                The conference will be held at the History Colorado Center. Information about shipments of materials prior to the conference will be shared in the follow up.

    EXHIBIT FEES

                Fees are $175 for a single space and $275 for a double space.  If you are a non-profit organization exhibit will cost $125 for a single space and $225 for a double space. Exhibit area includes a 6’x 30” table with skirting.  Electrical hookups, 110 volts, are available.

    EXHIBIT SPACE RESERVATION

                Please complete the registration form. Make sure you include company name and representative names (who will man the table) for the conference program on the form. Pay online or send a check payable to Colorado Council for the Social Studies and mail to PO Box 2623, Colorado Springs CO 80901.  All exhibit reservations and payments should be submitted no later than February 1, 2018.  Space is VERY limited. 

    QUESTIONS ABOUT EXHIBITING

    Please contact Scott VanTatenhoven at svantate@psdschools.org

    CONFERENCE PROGRAM ADVERTISING

    The conference program will be electronic this year and will provide an excellent opportunity for you to receive added exposure and to update a key audience of preK-16 educators on your newest and most important products and services.  The program will guide participants through the conference with listings of concurrent sessions, maps, meals, and, of course, exhibitor information.

    Interested Conference Sponsors please contact Chris Elnicki at celnicki@cherrycreekschools.org

    Please pay online or make checks payable to the Colorado Council for the Social Studies and mail to PO Box 2623, Colorado Springs, CO 80901. 


    • 13 Apr 2018
    • 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    • History Colorado Center
    Register

    In our democracy institutions and social organizations are dependent upon differing perspectives coming together in pursuit of a common goal. Economic progress, social movements, historical points of view, and environmental considerations often create fractures among groups. This Spring, we will explore the role that social studies has in creating communities where competing ideas can be held and progress continues. Join the Colorado Council for Social Studies Annual conference Bridging the Divides: Civil Discourse in the 21st Century.


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