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WWI Centennial Planning Workshop (Friday, February 3)


What are you doing for April and the launch of the centennial?

April 6, 2017, marks the 100th anniversary of the United States officially entering the Great War. Our state-wide planning conference will help you take "the next step" in preparing for the launch of America's WWI centennial commemoration. Join us for a day of planning and coordination to help you develop activities for your community or organization, find key partners, and identify strategies for promoting commemoration events. Sessions will include subject-matter experts, round-table discussions, and networking opportunities.

 

The conference is open to all interested individuals and will take place on February 3 at the Texas Military Forces Museum at Camp Mabry in Austin. Please RSVP by Monday, January 30. Our meeting space has a maximum capacity, so RSVPs will be accepted until we reach that limit. Driving directions to the venue can be found here: texasmilitaryforcesmuseum.org/driving-directions. Please note that Camp Mabry is an active military installation, so please factor its size, security, and location (it is not accessible by bus) into your travel plans. The GPS address to use is 3038 West 35th Street.

 

Coffee and light refreshments will be provided by the Texas Historical Commission. An optional lunch will be provided at the museum by Stars and Stripes Cafe at a cost of $10. You will need to choose the lunch option and provide payment details during the registration process.

 

The conference is presented by the Texas Historical Commission and theTexas World War I Centennial Commemoration, part of the national commemoration effort of the United States World War I Centennial Commission. Visit our website at http://www.texasworldwar1centennial.org/ for more information about the Texas WWI Centennial.

 

Workshop Agenda (Word)

Workshop Agenda (PDF)

 

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