Re: 1812 Living History Conference thanks!
- Sioux and the LHC Committee
I attended the conference on Saturday. It was an grand line-up of
seminars, and I was sorry that I could only attend four. They were
The event was well organized, and from my perspective as a registrant,
it went smoothly. Folk were helpful, and it was good to see so many
The day helped charge the batteries for the 2009 season.
Well done all involved.
On 1-Mar-09, at 11:26 AM, Spencer's Mercantile wrote:
> Thank you to everyone who came out and helped make Living History
> Conference 2009 a success! It was great to see everyone, and although
> the day seemed to pass in a whirlwind, it was lovely to get a chance
> chat with some of you, whether on business or just catching up on
> Special thanks is, of course, due to our presenters, without whom
> would not be a conference. We cannot thank you enough for sharing your
> knowledge and experience.
> Special thanks is also due to our volunteers -- we literally could not
> have done it without you! Your generosity is tremendously appreciated.
> To all those who attended, participated, asked questions, and the like
> -- thank you for coming! We would very much like your feedback on the
> conference, the speakers, the lunch, and anything else that you would
> like to tell us about. If you didn't get a chance to hand in the
> feedback sheet from your registration pack, you can certainly email
> either Joe Clark (jac13clark(at)yahoo.ca) or me
> (info(at)spencersmercantile.com) with your comments and suggestions.
> To the merchants -- thank you for turning out and for making the best
> somewhat cramped quarters and a rather wonky move-in and move-out
> procedure (where would we be without handicapped buttons for the
> doors?). You certainly added to the colour and spectacle of the day,
> and I know that your products and services were definitely appreciated
> by the attendees and speakers alike.
> And to my fellow committee members, Joe Clark, Deanna Cain, Peter
> and Danielle Sloan -- thank you so much for all of your hard work and
> input. It has really been a pleasure working with you, and I'm looking
> forward to the next one already!
> Speaking of which, planning for upcoming conferences in Hamilton in
> and 2013 is already underway. Stay tuned for more details . . .
> Cheers to all -- and now, on to Kalamazoo!
> -- Sioux
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