Hyatt Regency Minneapolis 1300 Nicollet Mall Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA 55403
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Update 08/17/14 - We have secured a limited number of additional rooms at the Millennium Hotel Minneapolis (1313 Nicollet Mall) located across the street from the host hotel, the Hyatt Regency Minneapolis (1300 Nicollet Mall). You may now contact the Millennium directly to book your room at the NAE4-HA discounted rate of $165/night + tax. Please call 612.332.6000 and ask for the NAE4-HA room rate or click here to book online.
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The NAE4-HA Board of Trustees has a Partner Member Program through which supporters of the association are able to contribute and in return receive year-round benefits. It is a new category of membership that adds new benefit levels that better engage partners in the mission of the organization, with the ultimate goal of building lasting relationships.
NAE4-HA Programs Committee - Healthy Living Taskforce
The Healthy Living Committee would like to challenge you to make a few minor lifestyles changes that will enhance your enjoyment at the NAE4-HA Annual Conference in Minneapolis this fall. There will be daily walking tours with proximity of the conference site. We want every conference attendee to be prepared for an energetic conference this fall and there is no better time to begin preparing than today. The first step is to start walking several times a week.
The Opening Event will be a celebration of music, fellowship with colleagues, and delicious food all from the comfort of the Hyatt Regency!
Let’s kick off this conference in style! In honor of our conference theme, “Tradition and Transformation” and Lorie’s sense of style, you are invited to wear a festive hat to this affair! Use the theme to exercise your creative side or to show off your traditional sensibilities. Opening event suggested dress is festive smart-casual.
Hat, Synonyms: fedora, headgear, helmet, boater, bonnet, bowler, bucket, chapeau, headpiece, lid, millinery, panama, sailor, skimmer, sombrero, stetson, straw, tam, topper, stove pipe, tam o'shanter, ten-gallon.
It doesn’t matter what you call it, just wear it with a smile!
This event will be your first large dose of Minnesota nice! Be sure to take photos in the photo booth, visit with old and new friends, make your way to the cash bar, and feast on your first taste of some good Minnesota cooking! Finally, sit back and enjoy local talent, Lorie Line, and recharge your batteries as we begin a great week of professional development with the greatest colleagues in the youth development scene.
David Walsh, Ph.D. has emerged as one of the world’s leading authorities on children, teens, parenting, family life, and the impact of technology on children’s health and development. He spent 10 years teaching and coaching high school students before joining Fairview Health Services in Minneapolis to develop and direct innovative counseling programs for youth and families. In 1995, he founded the internationally renowned National Institute on Media and the Family, which he led until 2010. In 2011 he founded Mind Positive Parenting to translate cutting edge brain science to everyday practice for parents, teachers and other professionals.
Dr. Verna Cornelia Price Thursday, October 30 10:30AM – 11:30AM
Verna Cornelia Price, Ph.D., is the founder, president and principal consultant of J. Cameron & Associates, an organization committed to empowering and motivating people to realize and positively use their personal power. Dr. Verna is an author, organizational consultant, motivational speaker, executive coach, and educator. Her professional experience includes teaching pre-school through 6th grade and working as a program director, senior marketing manager, assistant dean of women, director of leadership programs and college professor.
Minneapolis Restaurants Food & Wine - http://www.minneapolis.org/visitor/food-wine With four distinct seasons and dozens of international culinary traditions, Minneapolis restaurants offer farm-to-table experiences you won't find anywhere else. Sit down to a meal by an internationally-known chef at a Minneapolis restaurant. Experience the flavors of Sweden, Germany and Poland -- or Somalia, Vietnam and Mexico. From fine Minneapolis restaurants to local fairs, you'll find a culture of locally-grown, globally-inspired foods that nourish body and soul.