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Trails Rock Party and Museum

Attendees will have the opportunity to attend two great offsite events (included with a full registration) on Monday night during the Symposium.

Conference Materials

Cocktail Hour at the National Museum of the United States Air Force

Photo of board members at Air Force Museum

The museum will be closed to the public but opened for a private party for International Trails Symposium attendees!

Complimentary transportation will be provided to all attendees to join us for cocktail hour “under the wings” at the Air Force Museum.

There is no charge to visit the museum but a no-host bar will serve cocktails.

With a new fourth hangar, we understand that a lot of time can be spent admiring and learning the history of the aircrafts. If you didn’t get to see all that you wanted to on Monday night, we invite you to visit the museum again during your trip to Dayton.

Admission to the museum is free and regular business hours are from 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. seven days a week. Learn more at the National Museum of the US Air Force website.

Music by Danny Voris

Danny Voris has been entertaining audiences for the past 30 years. Playing guitar for numerous concert series,special events, as well as opening for national acts such as “Hootie and the Blowfish,” ”Kenny Loggins,” and “Earth wind and Fire.”

Danny holds a masters degree in Classical guitar and is currently instructor of guitar at Sinclair Community College.

Danny’s instrumental guitar performances are relaxing and spiritual. Blending different styles of music Danny creates unique new sounds and moods.

Danny has recorded four CDs of all original instrumental musc and two CDs of Christmas music. Danny has collaborated on two CDs with Native American flutist Douglas BlueFeather .

Trails Rock Party at RiverScape Pavilion

Photo of River Scape sign

Just a few blocks from the convention center, this party is sure to please!

Attendees who visited the museum will then be transported to the Trails Rock Party at the RiverScape Pavilion, which is located along the Great Miami River National Water Trail (recently named a national water trail in June 2016, it is only one of 22 national water trail systems in the country).

Attendees can enjoy a stroll or bike ride along the trail system, check out the recent modification of a low-head dam and construction of a white water play area just upstream, yummy food from a variety of food vendors, a no-host bar, a live auction, and rocking out to The Sly Band—an 11 piece ensemble including horns!

Complimentary transportation will provided to attendees from your hotel as well (if you did not go to the museum). You also have the option to walk or use the Link Bike Share (attendees will get a free pass for Link during their visit).

RTA will beproviding complimentary transportation to attendees from the Marriott to the convention center, as well as to the Museum and Trails Rock Party and hotels.

 

 

 

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American Trails

P.O. Box 491797
Redding, CA 96049-1797
(530) 605-4395
trailhead@americantrails.org


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