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Winter Quarters Conference 2009
« on: September 10, 2008, 12:36:02 PM »
Looking for a little something different this winter?  Please consider attending the National Civil War Association's annual Winter Quarters Conference February 27 - March 1st 2009 in historic Benicia California.  Once again we are to bring you an vertaully unparalled collection of 19th century military and civilian topic.  Please see uor ad below and check out our web site.  Thanks.   

Winter Quarters Conference
2009

The National Civil War Association

In partnership with

The Benicia Historical Museum

 

Ladies and Gentlemen:

 

Once again the NCWA is please to present our Winter Quarters Conference event for 2009.  The coming conference will once again be held at the historic Camel Barns in Benicia California.  Please join us February 27 through March 1st as we hear presentations by some of the hobby?s most recognizable names.  We are once again please to have Les Jensen, Juanita Leish, Nick Sekela and Mark Tackitt with us again this year along with all our other very special guest lecturers.  We are also all very excited to bring several new presenters to our conference offering this year including, Kevin O?Beirne, Darilyn Barret, and Elizabeth Ontis. 

 

Registration for the 2009 event has now opened and the registration papers are all available at www.ncwa.org  The rates are as follows:

 

Pre-registration: August 1st ? December 1st $40.00 First 100 pre-registered guests are invited to a buffet dinner Friday evening at 7:00PM and address by keynote speaker, noted historian John Martini

Late registration: From December 1st $50.00

Student Registration: with valid student ID $20.00

Walk on Registration: $55.00 for both days or $30.00 per day

Add $10.00 to any registration fee to receive a copy of all conference handouts and materials.  Materials will be available for pickup at check-in.


Choice of t-shirt or conference Polo available for order at time of registration for an additional $20.00.