2019 Harrison Administrator's Workshop

par Recreation Foundation of BC

  • mercredi, 09 janvier 2019 de 12:01 Matin à vendredi, 11 janvier 2019 9:00 Matin (HNP)
  • Harrison Hot Springs Hotel 100 Esplanade Avenue , Harrison Hot Springs, BC V0M 1K0

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Fall is well along and your "Harrison Planning Committee" has come up with an inspiring 2019 version of our favourite annual event. Now is the time to put the dates in your calendar and plan to join us for the 29th year of the Recreation Administrator’s Workshop scheduled from January 9 to 11 at the Harrison Hot Springs Hotel.  

Each of our annual Harrison Workshops is a little different in design and in topic, but the essence of Harrison will stay the same: current issues, reviewed by expert colleagues with lots of time for questions, discussion, debate and networking.  

Harrison 2019 is shaping up to be a fabulous event once again; one of the best ways to kick off the new year and to re-connect with colleagues, mentors and friends. We are excited to welcome John Furlong, past President and CEO of the Vancouver 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games, as our featured speaker this year.


Workshop Registration: January 9th-January 11, 2019 Includes accommodation on January 9 and 10, all workshops, socials, refreshment breaks, lunch, banquet on Thursday, and breakfast on Friday.

East Tower: $750.00 West Tower: $690.00 Main Hotel: $650.00 Spouse/Partner Registration: $250.00 (Includes room and meals.)

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Harrison Hot Springs Hotel
100 Esplanade Avenue , Harrison Hot Springs, BC V0M 1K0

9 janvier 2019
mercredi, 9 janvier 2019 12:01 Matin (HNP)


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Investing in the Future of Parks, Recreation and Culture The Recreation Foundation of British Columbia is a registered charity (No. 89232 0441 RR0001), the purpose of which is to advance parks, recreation, arts and culture, health and the environment in BC; and to fund the activities of not-for-profit volunteer and educational organizations in the province which implement programs consistent with the Foundation’s purpose, including the BC Recreation and Parks Association.