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Save the date for the Recreation Programs Summit. This two-day summit will feature networking opportunities and educational sessions that focus on best practices and trends for recreation programmers, topics focused on after-school, camps, summer, teens, active adults and youth programs will make this a not to miss event. Mark your calendars and don't miss out on this great opportunity.

3/12/2019 to 3/13/2019
When: March 12-13, 2019
Where: Campbell Lodge at Durant Nature Preserve
3237 Spottswood Street
Raleigh, North Carolina 
United States
Contact: NCRPA
919-832-5868


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Save the date for the Recreation Programs Summit. This two-day summit will feature networking opportunities and educational sessions that focus on best practices and trends for recreation programmers, topics focused on after-school, camps, summer, teens, active adults and youth programs will make this a not to miss event. Mark your calendars and don't miss out on this great opportunity.  Attendees can earn up to 0.8 CEUs for attending !

 

Sponsor Packet

 

The committee has planned a social in downtown Raleigh and we have secured a room block at the Holiday Inn in downtown Raleigh for $117+tax. Please note Durant Park where the session is taking place is a approximately 15 minutes from downtown and the hotel. Please use the blow link or call 855-914-1878 and reference block “PNR” to book over the phone. 

 

P&R Program Summit Holiday Inn Bookings - you must select  3/12 for check in on the calendar vs. using the book now button to get the negotiated rates. 

 

 


Schedule

 

Tuesday 3/12

9:00am-9:30am - Registration, Coffee and Networking

9:30am-9:45am - Ice Breaker

9:45am-11:00am - Session 1: Programing Wave: The Power of Program Planning

Dr. Annette Moore, Teaching Associate Professor, North Carolina State University, Department of Parks, Recreation & Tourism Management

11:15am-12:30pm - Session 2: The Goods, The Bads, and The Uglies of Program Evaluation

Dr. Deb Jordan, Professor, East Carolina University, Department of Recreation and Leisure Studies


12:30pm-1:00pm - Lunch - Provided


1:00pm-2:15pm - Session 3

Track A: Programming in Outdoor Spaces

Amy Eckberg, Park Manager, Durant Nature Preserve - Raleigh Parks, Recreation and Cultural Resources

Track B: Programming from an Inclusive Lens

Olivia Atkinson LRT/CTRS, Specialized Recreation Program Coordinator Raleigh Parks, Recreation and Cultural Resources 

Jessica Niggebrugge LRT/CTRS, Specialized Recreation Program Coordinator Raleigh Parks, Recreation and Cultural Resources


2:30pm- 3:45pm - Session 4
Track A: Moving Outdoor Recreation Opportunities Forward with Little Resources

Seth Yearout, Outdoor Recreation Program Director - Raleigh Parks, Recreation and Cultural Resources

Track B:  Play Games. Build Leaders
Kent Hunt, Teen Program Director - Raleigh Parks, Recreation and Cultural Resources

Jason Jones, Assistant Program Manager with Teen Programs Raleigh Parks, Recreation and Cultural Resources


3:45pm- 4:30pm -   Swap Shop (Not a CEU Session)

5:30pm - Happy Hour and Networking Social -

Tobacco Road Sports Café in downtown Raleigh (505 W Jones Street) 


 

Wednesday 3/13

8:30am-9:00am - Registration, Coffee and Networking


9:00am-10:15am - Session 1: Cultural Competence in Parks and Recreation Programs

Lisa-Ann Utsumi, Recreation Program Analyst - Raleigh Parks, Recreation and Cultural Resources


10:30am-11:45am - Session 2: Building Bridges with  STEM Programs

Andrew Lance, Lexington Parks and Recreation
Chamreece Diggs, Greensboro Parks and Recreation
Nicole Hale, High Point Parks and Recreation
Adam Carpenter, Kernersville Parks and Recreation
Casey Gentry, Winston-Salem Parks and Recreation

11:45am-12:30pm - Lunch - Provided

12:30pm-1:45pm – Session 3:  
Track A: Seniors Games Round Table

Todd Riddick, Adult Program Director Raleigh Parks, Recreation and Cultural Resources

Morgan Edmundson, Assistant Director at the Five Points Center for Active Adults Raleigh Parks, Recreation and Cultural Resources

Track B: Recreation Programs World Cafe' 
  

2:00pm- 3:15pm - Session 4:
Track A:  Innovative Inter-generational Programs

Allie Prelaske Recreation Program Supervisor Apex Parks, Recreation & Cultural Resources

Gina Carmon, Griffin Recreation Center Supervisor, Greensboro Parks & Recreation
Stefanie Nichols, Program Specialist, Cary Parks, Recreation & Cultural Resources

Justin Burcham, Hunt Center Recreation Programs Manager, Holly Springs Parks & Recreation 
Track B: Cultural Arts Programming

Lyman Collins, Cultural Arts Manager, Cary Parks, Recreation & Cultural Resources

Debbie Dunn, Cultural Arts and Events Manager, Garner Parks & Recreation

Eliza Kiser, Pullen Arts Center Director, Raleigh Parks, Recreation & Cultural Resources

3:15pm- 4:15pm -  Swap Shop (Not a CEU Session)

 

*Schedule Subject to Change*



One day Member Price $55 | Student Member Price $35 | Non-Member Price $80
Two day Member Price $100 | Student Member Price $45 | Non-Member Price $155

Refund Policy

Workshop Member Rates Information

NCRPA offers members a discounted rate on most educational workshops.  To receive this rate, you must first log into your membership account and then register for the event.  If you register at the nonmember rate and pay by credit card, we will gladly refund the difference minus a $5 processing fee.  If you need a refund or assistance with any registration please email info@ncrpa.net.