Hooray! Registration for SnowCon 2013 is now open!
I’ve worked hard to keep the price low — just $50 for the whole shebang or $40 for just the events in Denver. Plus, if you’re one of the first 35 people to register, you’ll get an additional $5 off.
For those who don’t know, SnowCon is an informal annual conference of snow sports, lectures, and socializing for fans of Ayn Rand’s philosophy of Objectivism in mid-March in Colorado.
SnowCon 2013 begins on Tuesday, March 12th with snow sports and relaxed fun in the Colorado Rockies, based in Frisco. It shifts to metro Denver on Friday, March 15th for lectures and social gatherings. It concludes on Sunday, March 17th.
In Frisco, we’ll ski, snowboard, snowshoe, soak in the hot tub, chat, and relax during the day. In the evenings, we’ll have dinner, and then enjoy chat and games in the condo (a.k.a. the “SnowCondo”). Some of us will arrive at the SnowCondo as early as Monday evening. We’ll drive back to Denver on Friday afternoon.
In Denver, we’ll have an informal gathering with food and drinks on Friday night, at a location to be determined. Lectures will be held during the day on Saturday in Sedalia. On Sunday, we’ll have brunch, perhaps take an easy hike, and then gather for coffee as people depart.
Friday, March 8th is the last day to register.
For more information and to register, visit: SnowCon 2013.