District 6670 Conference April 11-13, 2019
Join us in the Queen City for the First Time in Almost 30 Years!
Conference Headquarters at the Hilton Cincinnati Netherland Plaza Hotel
(Park Once - Transportation Provided to All Activities!!)
THURSDAY/FRIDAY/SATURDAY - APRIL 11-13, 2019
I WANT TO DO IT ALL! SIGN ME UP FOR THE FULL CONFERENCE FOR ONLY $199!
(Price increases to $225 After April 1, 2019)
The full conference package includes lunch on Thursday with the Rotary Club of Cincinnati in the Hilton Netherland Plaza Hall of Mirrors featuring Montgomery Inn’s Dean Gregory, happy hour at the Taft Center overlooking beautiful Fountain Square, Hilton Netherland Plaza historical tour, transportation to/from and admission to the American Sign Museum with catered dinner and open bar, full breakfast buffet, 3-Course lunch in the Hilton’s Hall of Mirrors, your choice of five professional development series courses, and the Rotary Island Tropical Finale Including dinner and live entertainment followed by a late night happy hour in the Hilton’s Rue Reolon room!
Rotarian $199 Spouse/Partner $149
Hilton Cincinnati Netherland Plaza
(Address for GPS - 418 Race Street – 45202)
A National Historic Landmark, this 1931 art deco style property is located in beautiful downtown Cincinnati. Contemporary rooms offer custom-designed beds, minifridges, flat-screen TVs and free WiFi. Amenities include a lavish 1930s cocktail bar, indoor pool and a fitness center, and a free casino shuttle.
$139+Taxes/Night and $5/Day Parking for Registered Hotel Guests
PRICE INCREASES TO $246/NIGHT AFTER FRIDAY, MARCH 22, 2019
OR CALL THE HOTEL AT 800-445-8667
AND REFERENCE GROUP CODE: ROT
SATURDAY APRIL 13
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Interact - Rotaract Conference Agenda
Interact - Rotaract Conference Registration Form DUE April 8
as of 2-1-2019
- lunch with Dean Gregory of Montgomery Inn as speaker.
- Past District Governor Meeting
- Happy Hour sponsored by Flynn and Co.
- Cincinnati Dine Around
- Major Donor Reception
- Hotel Historic Tour
- American Sign Museum Dinner and Tour
- Polio Eradication Update
- Program with Keynote Speaker US. Representative Brad Wenstrup
- Youth Exchange Program
- Four Way Test Speech Winner
- New Generations Program with Interactors and Rotoractors
- District Business Meeting and recognition of Paul Harris Society
- Keynote Speaker-Elizabeth Pierce
- Rotary International Representative Presentation by Bob Gallagher from Canada
- Leadership Breakout sessions
- Rotary Island Tropical Party/dinner
- Late Night Happy Hour.
The District 6670 Conference will be held in Cincinnati for the first time in almost 30 years on April 11-13, 2019, and there are so many things to do in the Queen City, we’ve added an extra day!
The fun begins with lunch at noon on Thursday in the Hilton Hall of Mirrors featuring keynote speaker, Dean Gregory, owner of the Montgomery Inn Restaurants, ranked in the top 10 BBQ Restaurants in the country. After lunch, explore the Tristate with discount tickets to the Cincinnati Zoo, Newport Aquarium, or the Cincinnati Museum Center. Leave the driving to us - FREE transportation offered to/from the attractions!
Enjoy Happy Hour at the Taft Center overlooking Fountain Square. Thursday night, explore the vibrant Cincinnati restaurant scene with the locals! Cincinnati Rotarians will lead small groups to your choice of six of Cincinnati’s most exciting restaurants where you’ll be able to order off the menu (individual checks).
On Friday, you can visit area attractions or explore the city on your own. evening brings a catered dinner with open bar at the American Sign Museum, which covers more than 100 years of American sign history in 20,000 square feet of indoor space.
Saturday, we will begin our day with breakfast in the breathtaking Hall of Mirrors while hearing from Congressman Brad Wenstrup, Army Reserve Officer and doctor who has performed heroic acts in recent attacks on members of Congress.
The morning will continue with programs with Rotary’s New Generations Programs followed by lunch featuring Elizabeth Pierce, the President and CEO of the Cincinnati Museum Center, which recently underwent a $230 million restoration.
To cap off the weekend, we’re headed to the islands: break out the Bermuda shorts, Hawaiian shirts, and flip flops! The closing party will feature. We’ll have a Tikki Bar and enjoy the tropical sounds of the Cincinnati Public School Clark Montessori Steel Drum Band.
Wrap up this exciting weekend with a nightcap at the hospitality suite located in the Hilton’s Rue Reolon Room.