North Carolina Recreation and Park Association Conference Goes Virtual
Parks and recreation professionals from throughout the state and Southeast will be coming together in a virtual environment for an annual conference.
The NC Recreation and Park Association Conference will be Dec. 7-9, with live sessions, networking, roundtables and educational opportunities. Be sure to also check out the virtual exhibit hall and take advantage of one-on-one meetings and video chat possibilities. Also on tap: team-building activities, games, surprise guests and more unique programming.
Keynote speakers will be the artist SaulPaul and consultant, speaker and author Alan Stein Jr.
If you can’t decide between live events, you’re in luck this year. Attendees will have the option to access recorded NCRPA Conference sessions through the end of December.
WithersRavenel is a proud sponsor of the event. We hope to connect with you virtually and look forward to seeing you at the annual NCRPA Conference!
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