2014 Conference - Fort Collins, CO

OK Conference Attendees! Here's what you need to know:

A PDF of the Campus map is here.
Details on transportation, restaurants, and schedule are all below!
 
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New Special Offer: Bring a Friend and you both receive 
a 25% rebate when you arrive.
Just mention them when you register online.

Online Registration: Click here!

Download hard copy schedule and registration form here.

Just Announced: Schedule and Presenters!

Full Schedule (.pdf) 

Full Conference Registration - from $433 | Daily Rates - from $148

Additional discounts for full-time students.

Price List (.pdf) 

Don't wait, reserve your spot and register today!

 

For photos from our 2012 Conference in Seattle, check us out on Facebook.

 

Details and Links:

This year's conference will take place in Fort Collins, CO at

Take a tour of the campus here.

Conference sessions will take place in the state-of-the-art University Center for the Arts, including Eurhythmics classes in their exquisite dance studios.

Take a tour here.

Housing:

On Campus:

If you chose campus housing, you'll be staying in Newsom Hall. Single rooms ($47.72/day) and Double rooms ($29.14/person/day) available.

Each room is equipped with one or two twin beds. Bed linens, pillows, blankets, and towels are provided, and a linen exchange will be available daily. Check-in time is 4pm and check-out time is 10am.

Conference attendees can use the Campus Recreation Center for $5/day.

Hotels:
 
There are many nearby, affordable hotels such as:
the Best Western University Inn, located .5 miles from the UCA
 

Hilton
425 W. Prospect Rd.
(970) 482-2626

Days Inn
3625 E Mulberry St.
(970) 221-5490

La Quinta Inn
3709 E. Mulberry St.
(970) 493-7800

 

Transportation:

There are easy transportation options to get from the Denver International Airport to Fort Collins.  We recommend a shuttle service, because they will go direct from the Denver International Airport (DIA) to your residence hall:
 
http://www.greenrideco.com/
 
http://www.supershuttle.com/Locations/DENAirportShuttleFortCollins.aspx

The difference in cost between SuperShuttle and GreenRide is nominal (one way is in the range of $24-27). However, you must reserve this transportation at least 24 hours before you expect to take it.

Rideshare

If you plan to take a shuttle or rent a car to get from DIA to Fort Collins, visit our Facebook Forum.

Just visit the link and then click "Rideshare"!

 
Continuing Education Credits (CEUs):

Earn up to 2.5 College Credits through CSU while attending the conference. You'll pay only $50! Email secretary@dalcrozeusa.org ahead of time or

Just sign up when you arrive!

All 3 Days - 2.5 CEUs - Total Cost $50 - AREU 3030 Section 100

Day 1 - .8 CEUs - Total Cost $50 - AREU 3031 Section 101

Day 2 - .9 CEUs - Total Cost $50 - AREU 3032 Section 102

Day 3 - .8 CEUs - Total Cost $50 - AREU 3033 Section 103

 
Happenings around Fort Collins
 
Live Music
There's plenty to do around Fort Collins while you're visiting. Check out the calendar for Avagandros Number on Mason StreetThere is also live jazz every night at a couple places in town, Jay's Bistro, and Ace Gillets, both of which are in Old Town.
 
Groceries
The closest grocery store to campus is the Safeway on Mulberry and College. There is also a Whole Foods south on College a little farther from campus, about a 30 minute walk. 
 
Bike Library
Fort Collins can feel a little spread out, and having a bike can be great. If guests aren't renting cars, there is a service downtown called the "Bike Library" that rents bikes on a daily basis. 
 
Restaurants 
For dining, here are two main neighborhoods: Campus West, and Old Town.
Old Town offers a wide variety of more upscale options than Campus West. Campus West is closer, literally just west of campus and the dorm, and has several restaurants. There are also a bunch of restaurants at the north east corner of campus, at College and Laurel.
 
There are a couple CSU music staff favorites, mostly because they are close to the music building! Mainly, they are the Wild Boar for coffee and lunch, and Cafe Vino for dinner and drinks. 
 
Breweries
Yes, brewery tours! That is a huge draw for the area. The two biggest breweries in town are New Belgium and Odell,  both of which do tours daily. The New Belgium tour books up months in advance, though you can still go there, have a great time, and sometimes spots on the tours open up. The Odell tour is first come first serve, with four tours in the afternoon. Other breweries downtown are Equinox, Black Bottle, CP & Potts, Pateros Creek, and a new distillery called Copper Muse.
 
Another beer draw is a restaurant called "The Mayer of Old Town." It has over 100 beers on tap, and has been reviewed as one of the top beer bars in the country. It's also right next to campus.
 
Other Activities
Two more fun things around town are the Fort Collins Museum of Discovery, a new "children's museum," but it's fun for all ages, with lots of interactive exhibits. Also there's a place called "Pinot's Pallette" that does guided painting classes while serving wine. 
 
Need more info?
The main office at the UCA has brochures about the University and the buildings themselves. On campus you'll find the Lory Student Center, the main hub for the university with a dining hall and an information desk. If you have questions or suggestions of what you want to see on this page, just email social@dalcrozeusa.org!
 
 
https://mapsengine.google.com/map/edit?mid=zymcHp3Z_cbc.kTv9JujpS5h8
 
 
 
 

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