SnowCon 2012

 Posted by on 8 February 2012 at 11:00 am  Front Range Objectivism, SnowCon
Feb 082012
 

I’m pleased to announce SnowCon 2012 — a long weekend of snow sports, informal lectures, and discussion in the snowy Colorado Rockies! SnowCon will be held from Thursday, March 15th to Sunday, March 18th entirely in Frisco, Colorado. It’s sponsored by Front Range Objectivism, and it costs only $25.

During the day, we’ll be skiing, snowboarding, snowshoeing, hot tubbing, chatting, and relaxing. In the evenings, we’ll have short lectures and discussions after dinner at a condo I’ve rented in Frisco. The topics and speakers will be announced in late February.

To attend SnowCon, you must register by Sunday, March 11th using this form.

You can pay the $25 for SnowCon instantly via PayPal to paypal@philosophyinaction.com. If you would prefer to send a check or money order, please make it out to “Diana Hsieh” and write “SnowCon” in the memo field. Then mail it to “Diana Hsieh; P.O. Box 851; Sedalia, CO 80135.” (SnowCon attendees are responsible for all of their arrangements and expenses, including as lodging, transportation, meals, and equipment rentals.)

Everyone attending SnowCon 2012 should subscribe to the SnowCon e-mail list for SnowCon-related announcements.

Would you like to give a short lecture or lead a discussion at SnowCon? If so, submit a proposal by February 15th!

SnowCon 2012 will be very informal, with people participating as much or as little as they like. Skiers and snowboarders will meet up on the slopes of Breckenridge and/or Keystone around 9:00 am on Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. Paul Hsieh will be snowshoeing during the day, and attendees are welcome to join him. On Thursday, Friday, and Saturday evenings, the lectures and discussions will likely be held from 7 to 9 pm.

For more information, visit SnowCon 2012!

   
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