Peak Prosperity Annual Weekend Seminar: April 26-28, 2019

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By Adam Taggart on Sun, Jul 15, 2018 - 3:36pm

NOTE:

This event is now Sold Out.
 
But, if you wish to be placed on the waiting list should a spot open up between now and end of April, please click here to let us know.
After 10 years of holding our annual seminar on the east coast, in the wilds of rural Massachusetts, we finally experiemented with moving it this year to Sebastopol, California, located in the heart of wine county.
 
It was an amazing event. Our best ever -- and that's saying a LOT.
 
Given the widespread praise and encouragement we've received from this year's participants, we'll be holding the 2019 PP seminar in the same west coast location again.
 
 
Our seminar model is extremely well-developed, having been honed over the past decade. It combines teachings, breakouts, and exercises that deliver both critical insights and actionable ideas. 
 
Specifically, this year's seminar will offer:
  • The latest view through the Crash Course "Three E" framework from Chris on what global developments are most likely to come next
  • Understanding (and accepting) the coming wealth transfer, with active discussions of which assets will provide the best protection
  • Why developing Resilience today is the best investment of your energies for securing the best future for yourself and those you care about
  • How to develop Resilience using The 8 Forms of Capital (we give specific recommendations here)
  • Techniques for sharing difficult information with others
  • Emotional Resilience and helping to align spouses with their reluctant partners.
  • A personalized action plan to increase your prosperity
  • The skills needed to create a sustainable income that you own & can depend on
  • Meeting excellent other like-minded people who share your views
  • Private, free-of-charge access to our endorsed financial advisers

AND... just as we introduced this year, our 2019 seminar will see in-person appearances by a number of experts who have been featured on the PeakProsperity.com website over the years. We'll begin announcing those names later this year.

Plus, the connections made at these conferences last for years. They're a huge part of the seminar experience. Having the chance to engage with other highly successful people on these topics in a safe environment is the greatest value the weekend delivers for many participants.

In short, the goal of the weekend is for you to return home with peace of mind, knowing that you're equipped to meet the future head-on. And prosper in it.
 
We've just opened up registration for the seminar to the general public. If you're one of the first 40 folks to register, you'll receive our Early Bird price discount of $595/person --  a substantial savings to the general admission rate.
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We look forward to seeing you in April!
 
cheers,
Adam & Chris
 
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Lodging
Lodging options abound in Sebastopol, and especially in the much larger city of Santa Rosa just a few miles to the east.
 
The closest hotels to the venue where the seminar will be held are:
 

Farmhouse Inn in nearby Forestville is a nice choice for those looking for a high-end wine country lodging experience.

AirBnB has lots of options in the area, too, all across the price spectrum. Charming towns in the area to consider options in besides Sebastopol are Occidental, Bodega/Bodega Bay, Petaluma, Forestville, Guerneville and Monte Rio.

Other well-rated lodging options can be found here.

Getting Here

As for airports, the nearest one to fly into is Santa Rosa (STS). It's only a 20-minute drive from the tarmac to Sebastopol. That's a smaller airport, though, so you'll likely have to make a transfer or two to get there from most locations.

The closest major airports are San Francisco (SFO) and Oakland (OAK). Both are about an hour and a half drive to Sebastopol. The drive up north from either is pretty straightforward and quite scenic -- especially if you drive over the Golden Gate bridge.

Things To Do In Sonoma County

There's a reason Sonoma County is a top destination for vacationers from all over the world. There's an amazing amount of natural beauty here, top-notch food/wine/beer, and outdoor activities.

Just a few of the highlights include:

So for those who bring spouses and children with you -- don't worry! They won't be bored! In fact, they'll thank you for bringing them here!

Event Details
Date: 
Friday, April 26, 2019 - 12:00pm EDT - Sunday, April 28, 2019 - 6:00pm EDT
Location: 
Sebastopol Center for the Arts
282 S High St
Sebastopol, CA 95472
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Cost: 

TBD

Contact Information
Name: 
Peak Prosperity
Phone: 
707.515.6770

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2019 PP Seminar agenda

Here's a preliminary draft of the current agenda for our 2019 annual seminar. It is fluid at the moment and is (very) subject to change. 

But it will give you a good sense of what we're planning:

THURSDAY, APRIL 25 -- NIGHT

  • 6-8:30pm -- Informal meet & greet: this will be a totally optional gathering for folks already in town. We've reserved space at a local pub for those who have already arrived to mingle for a bit. We'll have some finger food but you'll have to buy your own drinks. Very casual and NOT mandatory. Location: Crooked Goat Brewery, 120 Morris Street, Sebastopol CA. We have the Lounge reserved in the back (you'll be able to easily find us.)

FRIDAY, APRIL 26 -- DAY

  • 8:30-9am -- Registration: arrive at the Sebastopol Center for the Arts venue (282 S High St, Sebastopol, CA), get your name tag, pick your seat, etc
  • 9-9:30am -- Welcome & Orientation
  • 9:30-10:30am -- Current state of the Three Es #1: the latest data on where we are in this story
  • 10:30-10:45am -- Financial Capital Top 10 list: what we recommend prioritizing
  • 10:45-11am -- Break: taste samples of Sonoma County strawberries and honey
  • 11-noon -- Real Estate Investing: Owning a tangible asset that generates income is a time-proven way to build wealth (plus the tax laws are increasingly in your favor). Robert Helms and Russell Gray of The Real Estate Guys break down the fundamental ways to approach investing in this asset class.
  • Noon-1:30pm -- Lunch break: Folks are on their own for lunch, but there are lots of local eateries within walking distance. We strongly recommend pairing up with any new friends you've made during the morning session.
  • 1:30-3pm -- Money Q&A panel"Ask anything" session with Chris, Adam, the New Harbor financial analysts, plus specialists in accounting, estate planning, and real estate.
  • 3-3:30pm -- Break: mingle with The Real Estate Guys while enjoying samples of sustainably-raised meats compliments of Victorian Farmstead. Also, Spirit Works Distillery gin & whiskey tasting.
  • 3:30-4:30pm -- Live 'Off The Cuff': PP celebrity guests John Rubino, Axel Merk, and Wolf Richter address your questions.
  • 4:30-6pm -- Going Deep...Fast!: now is when things get personal. We'll go through a series of exercises designed to get our assembled "tribe" fully plugged in with one another, opening the door wide for tomorrow's collaborations. Guest expert and Gottman-trained therapist Mike Basta will offer science-proven practices for such key topics as dealing with a reluctant partner, how to deal with resistance when sharing this material with others, dealing with the stress/isolation around this material. This will be a highly interactive session.
  • 6pm -- End of seminar Day 1 'official' program

FRIDAY, APRIL 26 -- NIGHT

As with lunch, folks will be on their own for dinner. There are many great restaurants in walking distance of the seminar venue.

But...we'll also have optional events that night that folks can join in if they want to:

  • 6:30-7:30pm -- Private Tour of Pax Wines winery: for those interested, we've arranged a private tour of Pax Wines, one of the excellent winemakers Sonoma County is famous for. Price: $20/person.
  • 7-9pm -- Farm-To-Table "Off The Cuff" Dinner: 35 folks will join Chris, Adam, Axel Merk, John Rubino, Wolf Richter, and The Real Estate Guys for a 4-course dinner at Gravenstein Grill. Price: $150/person.
  • 9-10pm+ -- Socializing: Anyone who wants to can gather for drinks after dinner and get to know each other better. Location: Crooked Goat Brewery (meet in the main room -- we won't have the Lounge reserved this time)

SATURDAY, APRIL 27 -- DAY

  • 8:30-9am -- Arrive: arrive at venue, pick your seat, etc
  • 9-9:15am: Share yesterday's highlights/prepare for today
  • 9:15-10:45am -- Emergency Preparedness: Disaster prep guru Dan Widger identifies the best gear, skills, preparations and relationships to have in place to weather the greatest number of potential crises.
  • 10:45-11am -- Break: great-tasting cuisine made from Stored Food supplies by Johnny Sanphillippo, plus a tour of the Art Center's sustainable landscaping initiative by April Owens of The Habitat Corridor Project
  • 11-noon -- Living Capital (health): Functional health, nutrition, fitness, sleep and stress management best practices from nutrition & fitness specialists Micah Kradin and Anthony Ebright
  • Noon-1:30pm -- Lunch break: There are lots of local eateries within walking distance. We strongly recommend pairing up with any new friends you've made.
  • 1:30-2:45pm -- Living Capital (systems): Paul & Elizabeth Kaiser of Singing Frogs Farm share the practices that have made their farm one of the most successful sustainable farms in the world
  • 2:45-3pm -- Break: Enjoy tasting flights of Devoto wine and hard cider
  • 3-4pm -- Developing A Success Mindset: most of us are blind to the behaviors that sabotage our potential. Professional development expert Joe Stumpf will share techniques for developing a mindset to excel.  
  • 4-6pm -- Moving From Survival To Significance: building on the framework introduced by Joe, you'll assess your current state of resilience across all 8 Forms of Capital and then identify your biggest action items for progressing to the next level in your top areas of priority. This will be a highly interactive session.
  • 6pm -- End of seminar Day 2 'official' program

SATURDAY, APRIL 27 -- NIGHT

Again, we'll have optional events that night that folks can join in if they want to. But if you'd rather head out somewhere else on your own, that's fine, too:

  • 6:00-7:00pm -- Cider Press party: Sebastopol was built on apples. We'll press our own cider for you to take home while you enjoy hard cider served by Horse & Plow Cidery. Ice cream and cake, too! 
  • 7-9pm+ -- Dinner: It's on us! We'll walk to a nearby brewpub to enjoy Mexican food, craft beer, good music and great company. Location: Woodfour Brewing Company, 6780 Depot Street, Sebastopol, CA

SUNDAY, APRIL 28 -- DAY

  • 8:30-9am -- Arrive: arrive at venue, pick your seat, etc
  • 9-9:15am --Share yesterday's highlights/prepare for today
  • 9:15-10am -- Personal Security: PP member and police officer Tom Cairns will provide recommendations based on his lifetime of service. He'll share strategies for avoiding danger, and tactics for when you can't.
  • 10-10:45am -- Home Energy: Best practices, most promising solutions for home power conservation and generation.  Renewable energy specialist Jeff Mathias will identify the highest ROI home projects, as well as take questions about your specific home situation.
  • 10:45-11am -- Break: drink Guayaki Yerba Maté while browsing the latest line from Indigenous Designs
  • 11-noon -- Time Capital: Making All This Actionable In Your Life: final workshop exercise, converting the weekend's insights into prioritized, actionable steps for you to take upon returning home
  • Noon: End of seminar Day 3 'official' program

SUNDAY, APRIL 28 -- AFTERNOON EXTRACURRICULARS (OPTIONAL)

Even though the official seminar is over, we've putting together a few optional value-add experiences folks can participate in during the afternoon if they want to, depending on their interests.

Right now, the list of these experiences includes:

  • 1-2:30pm: Singing Frogs Farm farm tour #1 -- Paul and Elizabeth Kaiser will be offering up to 30 people a walking tour of their award-winning farm (which is a 10-minute drive from the event venue). You'll be able to see first-hand the installations and practices responsible for their success. This will be booked on a 'first come, first served' basis. Price: $20/person. 
  • 1-2:30pm: Real Estate Syndication -- learn how to participate in real estate syndications, in which you invest passively in real estate for income without having to find/purchase/manage properties yourself. Price: FREE
  • 3-4:30pm: Singing Frogs Farm farm tour #2 -- Tour #1 filled up so quickly we scheduled a second one. Price: $20/person.
  • 3-7pm: Private personal financial consultations with New Harbor Financial -- our partners from New Harbor (who are participating in the seminar themselves) will be available for private sessions for anyone interested in applying the Financial Capital advice from the seminar within their own investment portfolio.
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Seminar Lodging & Airport Options
Lodging
Lodging options abound in Sebastopol, and especially in the much larger city of Santa Rosa just a few miles to the east.
 
The closest hotels to the venue where the seminar will be held are:
 

Farmhouse Inn in nearby Forestville is a nice choice for those looking for a high-end wine country lodging experience.

AirBnB has lots of options in the area, too, all across the price spectrum. Charming towns in the area to consider options in besides Sebastopol are Occidental, Bodega/Bodega Bay, Petaluma, Forestville, Guerneville and Monte Rio.

Other well-rated lodging options can be found here.

And nearby camping options can be found here (last year several folks shared a campsite at the River Bend Resort and seemed to enjoy it)

Getting Here

As for airports, the nearest one to fly into is Santa Rosa (STS). It's only a 20-minute drive from the tarmac to Sebastopol. That's a smaller airport, though, so you'll likely have to make a transfer or two to get there from most locations.

The closest major airports are San Francisco (SFO) and Oakland (OAK). Both are about an hour and a half drive to Sebastopol. The drive up north from either is pretty straightforward and quite scenic -- especially if you drive over the Golden Gate bridge.

For those not looking to rent a car, there's a convenient, affordable airport shuttle (with wi-fi!) from both SFO and OAK to Santa Rosa. Once arrived at Santa Rosa, you can take an Uber/Lyft over to Sebastopol.

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Things To Do In Sonoma County

Things To Do In Sonoma County

There's a reason Sonoma County is a top destination for vacationers from all over the world. There's an amazing amount of natural beauty here, top-notch food/wine/beer, and outdoor activities.

Just a few of the highlights include:

So for those who bring spouses and children with you -- don't worry! They won't be bored! In fact, they'll thank you for bringing them here!

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Food Options Near The Seminar Venue

As a reminder: the seminar will run from 9am-6pm Fri and Sat and 9am-noon on Sunday. Each day will have an hour and a half break for lunch. You'll be on your own for meals -- the good news is that Sebastopol offers a wide range of great food options.

We highly encourage you to invite other seminar participants to dine with you. We'll have lunch & dinner sign-up sheets at the seminar to help facilitate this.

All of the establishments below are within a 5-minute drive of the event venue (most of them are within a 5-minute walk):

COFFEE SHOPS

BREAKFAST

LUNCH/DINNER

  • Handline (California surf & turf) - 935 Gravenstein Ave. - (707) 827-3744
  • K&L Bistro (French) - 119 S Main St - (707) 823-6614
  • Hopmunk Tavern (pub food) - 230 Petaluma Ave - (707) 829-7300
  • Ramen Gaijin (high end ramen) - 6948 Sebastopol Ave - (707) 827-3609
  • Sushi Tozai (Japanese) - 7531 Healdsburg Ave - (707) 824-9886
  • Sushi Hana (Japanese) - 6930 Burnett St - (707) 823-3778
  • 8 Cuisine (Chinese) - 7501 Healdsburg Ave - (707) 823-8189
  • Peter Lowell's (farm-to-table) - 7385 Healdsburg Ave #101 - (707) 829-1077
  • Zazu Kitchen (farm-to-table) - 770 McKinley St #150 - (707) 523-4814
  • Slice of Life (vegetarian/vegan) - 6970 McKinley St - (707) 829-6627
  • Gypsy Cafe (comfort) - 162 N Main St, Sebastopol - (707) 861-3825
  • East West Cafe (Mediterranean) - 128 N Main St, Sebastopol - (707) 829-2822
  • Sequoia Burger (bugers) - 1382 Gravenstein Hwy S C - (707) 829-7543
  • D's Diner (burgers) - 7260 Healdsburg Ave - (707) 829-8080
  • Himalayan Tandoori & Curry House (Indian) - 969 Gravenstein Hwy S - (707) 824-1800
  • El Coronel (Mexican) - 1015 Gravenstein Hwy S - (707) 829-7010
  • Mombo's (pizza) - 560 Gravenstein Hwy N - (707) 823-7492

GROCERY STORES

BARS/BREWERIES/CIDERIES/ DISTILLERIES

TREATS

PHARMACIES

  • CVS - 6877 Sebastopol Ave - (707) 823-7209
  • Rite-Aid - 218 N Main St - (707) 829-3007
  • Whole Body (adjacent to Whole Foods) -  6910 McKinley St - (707) 829-9801

Other great restaurant options are available in the nearby towns of Santa RosaGratonOccidental and Bodega Bay.

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OMG! I've always wanted to go to Bodega Bay!!

I'm going to go bird watching!

 

 

Nature bats last, right?

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Schoolhouse from The Birds

If you enjoyed the movie, you'll love visiting the towns of Bodega and Bodega Bay where it was filmed. You'll recognize a ton.

Tippi Hedren still visits every year (as her health allows, she's 88!) for the annual gathering of Birds fans.

And if anyone wants a tour of the schoolhouse featued in the clip Tom posted, let me know. I serve on a local board with a buddy who owns that house. It's a fascinating building to explore.

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Refund Policy

For those of you who have been asking, here is our refund policy for the 2019 Peak Prosperity seminar:

  • Before Jan 31: 100%
  • Feb 1 - Feb 28: 100% if we can find someone to purchase your ticket(s); 50% otherwise.
  • Mar 1 - event start: 50% if we can find someone to purchase your ticket(s); 0% otherwise.
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Room to share, Sebastopol Inn

I’ve reserved a room with two queen beds at the Sebastopol Inn for the Summit. Anyone out there want to split the room at the cost ($204/ night)?

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Money Back Guarantee

This year, we're offering a 'money back guarantee' for the 1st time ever.

We're doing this to show how confident we are that you'll have an amazing, insight-rich, mind-expanding experience at the event.

If at the end of the first day of the seminar, you don't think you're getting enough value (for whatever reason), simply hand me back your workbook and I'll process a full refund for you.

Actually, keep the workbook. I want you to feel that we tried our hardest to come through for you.

Obviously, if you decide to come back after the first day (which we think and hope you will!) the money back guarantee no longer applies.

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Thumbs up!

Wow!  Nice jobs guys!  That is some serious content (here and the dedicated website).  So psyched!!!

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SELL ME

Big internal conflict here!

Sounds so good in many ways, but I'm seriously trying to reduce my footprint [turning off propane htr in my bedroom, etc.] can I defend flying cross-country for this? 

Also, how much useful info if I don't have $ resources to invest? I have NO PMs, NO investments, only "working" savings; Working on "3 Mo. cash set by",  only income is SS & Va State Pension. Own home & ~2 ac. free/clear. Live in sm Village in Nelson Co.,VA.

I'm 83 yo Widower. Sell me on coming!

TNX, Sunguy

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Watch These Videos
sunguy wrote:

How much useful info if I don't have $ resources to invest? I have NO PMs, NO investments, only "working" savings; Working on "3 Mo. cash set by",  only income is SS & Va State Pension. Own home & ~2 ac. free/clear. Live in sm Village in Nelson Co.,VA.

I'm 83 yo Widower. Sell me on coming!

TNX, Sunguy

Sunguy -

I'll do my best. But if funds are too tight, then I advise passing on this. I don't want this seminar to create hardship for anyone.

With that said, the seminar is about much more than just money (aka Financial Capital). 

First off, the highest value is connecting live with the amazing folks in the Peak Prosperity tribe. It's a family whose bonds persist long after the seminar is over.

Second, we spend time educating you on key practices to deepen your personal resilience across all 8 Forms Of Capital. This year, topics like Home Energy, Emergency Preparation, Gardening/Farming, Personal Safety, Social & Emotional Capital, Functional Health & Nutrition, and developing a Success Mindset will be featured.

The best way to get a real sense for the weekend is to watch all 5 videos on our new microsite for the seminar by clicking here.

If those don't inspire you, then I've failed. That's my best shot.

cheers,
Adam

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Seminar Seats Look Poised To Sell Out Early Again This Year

(cross-post)

We're seeing high demand again this year for the annual PP seminar.

Folks may recall that last year's seminar sold out before Feb 1. At the current sign-up rate, this year's seminar appears on track to sell out by then, if not before.

I'll provide another update on sales next week. But looking at the current data, if you're thinking about coming, I'd recommend signing up soon (plus, you'll also lock in the discounted Early Bird ticket price).

cheers,
Adam

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Venue address

Hi Adam,

Can you confirm the exact address of the venue?  I most likely will not have a car and want to find lodging within reasonable walking distance.

Thanks

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Sebastopol Center for the Arts
redcloud wrote:

Can you confirm the exact address of the venue?Thanks

Sebastopol Center for the Arts

282 S High St, Sebastopol, CA 95472

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Venue

Isn't that the same location as last year?  I thought you said it was changed to accomodate more attendees.  Plus the map goes to a different location.

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Same Location, Bigger Room
redcloud wrote:

Isn't that the same location as last year?  I thought you said it was changed to accomodate more attendees.  Plus the map goes to a different location.

Yes, it's the same location -- but we're in the biggest room (the auditorium) this time.

 

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Just 6 Seats Left For Our April Seminar...

If you've been thinking about joining the gathering of the PP tribe at our annual seminar in April, be warned that there are only 6 seats left before the event is sold out.

Don't wait much longer if you want to come -- register soon!

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Only 5 Seats Left Now....

Another person just registered. Now there are only 5 seats left....

Register now to join us in April, before this event sells out!

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Another seat just sold. That leaves just 4 remaining...

The PP tribe is coming together in full force. We're just 4 seats shy of the venue's maximum capacity of 150.

If you want to be part of this epic gathering, Register now!

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They're going fast! Now only 3 seats remain...

That was quick! Another seat just sold.

Only 3 left. Will one of them be yours?

Register now!

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Down To The Last 2 Seminar Seats!

Only 2 left....

Register now before they're gone!

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2019 PP Seminar Is Now SOLD OUT!

The 2019 Peak Prosperity annual seminar is now SOLD OUT!

To the 150 folks who have registered: we're crazy-excited about this year's event. It's showing every indication of being our best-ever. Get ready for an amazing gathering of the PP tribe!

To those who missed out on registering before the event sold out: if you'd like to be placed on the waitlist should a space free up before April 26th, click here

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Ride PLEASE to San Franciso Internatl Airport -Sunday

HI All,

I have lift to Sebastopol but not back to San Francisco. I would be happy to help with gas, etc if you give me a ride back to SFO as early as possible aftter the seminar has finished on Sunday lunchtime. My flight back to Canada leaves at 5pm and then there is traffic - need plently of time for potential hold-ups.

I appreciate this in advance and see you at the seminar. Regards. Ian Flood

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Room

RE: Room.  found anyone? I've not made arrangements yet. Plan to spend miminal time in room.

 Reply or  text 850-449-0030  Donald

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Ticket Available for Event (Selling)

Hi Everyone,

Something came up and I am not able to attend the event. Please message me if you are someone is interseted in purchasing the tickets from me. Hopefully there are some people interested as the event is sold out.

Thanks,
Michael

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Confound it!

I didn't realize initially that I needed to buy a ticket for the Singing Frog Farms thing, and now it's sold out. Grrr, argh!

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tickets

Do you have one or two available?

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No ticket selling, please

I'm going to step in here and ask folks to refrain from selling their tickets directly to others.

We have a waitlist for this event, which some folks have been on for over a month. It wouldn't be fair to bypass them.

I've already contacted those on the waitlist about several recent cancelled tickets (including Michael's). So, I'm asking everyone to please respect the process we have in place.

Coop: I've added you and Frances to the waitlist :)

cheers,

A

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Antifragility

Thought this article from an innovative urban planning group was very timely.  Exponential growth just creates fragility.

https://www.cnu.org/publicsquare/2019/04/17/beyond-resilience-toward-%E2%80%98antifragile%E2%80%99-urbanism

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Schedule

Adam...is there an updated schedule for the event or is your preliminary schedule still good?

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Adam Taggart
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Prelim Schedule Is the Current One

Tommy -

I've been updating the original schedule posted below as new developments occur, so that will always be the most current version of the schedule.

Thankfully, despite the several challenges created by the February floods, the overall schedule remains little amended since orginally posted. (the biggest change being the substitution of the Gravenstein Grill for Zazu for the Fri night farm-to-table dinner)

cheers,

Adam

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gebeling
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see ya

Coop, looking forward to seeing you there;-)                       Gerd

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