Welcome 2014 APGA Annual Conference session participants!
You and your colleagues' goal is to transform individual elements – a class, a tour, a plant seed – into comprehensive offerings that are meaningful to visitors, the community and beyond. We all use a bit of “magic” in this process. Your Rocky Mountain host gardens look forward to sharing and hearing about everyday magic at the 2014 APGA conference!
Let's bring some programming and horticulture magic to the conference sessions. Not to say that PowerPoint presentations in a hotel meeting room can’t relay magic, but consider creative and alternative delivery methods or even different venues for the 2014 conference sessions. Maybe your horticulture presentation would be more impactful in an actual garden. Perhaps your marketing session would come to life with AV enhancements. Or, maybe your arts and exhibits session could incorporate a visit to a local gallery. The Denver Host Committee has designated 'magic consultants’ to help transform your presentation into something unique and impactful. For creative tips or more information about session planning, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Below are some websites that share creative uses of PowerPoint and alternate presentation tools. Please note that only PowerPoint or PDFs can be loaded to the APGA website after the conference, however these alternatives may make your live presentation inspiring and unforgettable!
- 5 Must-Have Tools for a Killer Presentation
- 12 most pleasant ways to avoid death by PowerPoint
- How Can I Make My PowerPoint Presentations Amazing?
- 8 Best PowerPoint Presentations: How To Create Engaging Presentations
- Try Keynote for Mac and work effortlessly with people who use Microsoft PowerPoint.
Downtown Culinary Crawl
Get to know the mile-high city on this self-guided tour of downtown Denver’s drinking and eating establishments. Three informal routes will help you navigate among dozens of local bars and restaurants welcoming APGA conference attendees. Also, consider ending up at a Rockies baseball game at Coors Field. Grab some friends – be they new or old – and join in the fun!
Tuesday, June, 24 - 7 p.m.
Use Meetup to find out who is attending!
This event is actually available every night of the conference.
Diner's Choice, three routes