NOTICE: JGO online resources will now be hosted by North American Japanese Garden Association. Learn more at https://najga.org/ Don Pylant, April, 2021
Started by North American Japanese Garden Association, September 10, 2014, 02:40:19 PM
Quote from: edzard on September 11, 2014, 12:59:11 AMGrace, welcome and thank you for the information..Question: which gardens will be used for the conference, meaning, which are used in or for the conference as a venue, and which are optional and need to be visited as separate to the conference ?thanks for the clarifications of some of the fine print in the newsletter... edzard
Quote from: edzard on September 11, 2014, 12:15:36 PM- most interesting Grace..It may be a better idea then to post the itinerary for the Conference that is known for the moment ..It seems that i will not be able to see the 2 key gardens: Rosecrance and the Anderson...Quite selfishly then if I may, are there any other arrangements for people to see these gardens in addition to the tour date? what if seeing the gardens is critically instructional and yet attending the workshops is a must?can I go to these gardens on the 14th or 20th? (are these dates correct for being on either end of the conference?) thanks... edzard
Quote from: edzard on September 14, 2014, 01:01:31 AMbefore I was presenting with Ardie, I booked the pre-tour on the 15th,then, at the latest point for changing/altering flights, I found out we were presenting on the 15th,now, it seems in the last few days, we are presenting on the 17th.. so.... June,.. you're attending the conference.... ... anyone else? edzard
Quote from: edzard on September 17, 2014, 09:28:18 AMbtw.,, the NAJGA online leaflet states that the hotel bookings are full.. ? .. but I booked the conference hotel and got a room at the conference pricing.. did more rooms become available? Does that mean the conference is almost fully booked?