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The 10th Annual Learning Exchange

Building Our Capacity to Impact the World-Individually & Collectively
May 4-6, 2006 in Bryn Mawr (20 minutes from Philadelphia)

Housing

There are a number of options for lodging during your stay in the Philadelphia area:

  • Overnight Rooms are available at The Gregg Center, the conference facility where the meeting will be held. Cost is $139 plus tax per room per night, single or double occupancy. That means that if you share a room, each person pays only $69.50 per night -- a very reasonable rate for this area.  The price includes breakfast, in-room internet access and on-site recreation.  Payment is made directly to The Gregg center when you check in. Gregg Center Cancellation Policy: You must cancel by May 1st or you will be responsible for one night's cost.
  • Another option is that you can request to stay with a member of the local FSN. In the past, local members have opened their homes to out-of-towners. Please let us know if you would like to stay with FSN member. We cannot guarantee this lodging choice as space is limited. We will give preference to those needing "scholarship" assistance.

If you are interested in staying at the Gregg Center or would like to stay with a Philadelphia area FSN member please contact Sally Theilacher or indicate your interest on the registration form.

  • A final option is to stay in one of the area's local hotels.  Listed below is contact information for four hotels within a 15 minute drive of the conference facility. They vary in price and type.  Please contact them directly, if you are interested in this option.
  1. Radnor Hotel
    www.radnorhotel.com
               
    1.800.537.3000 Toll Free
  2. Marriott Philadelphia West
    www.marriott.com/property/propertypage/PHLWE
    1-610-941-5600
  3. Adam's Mark Hotel, City Line
    www.adamsmark.com
    1-800-444-adam
  4. Wayne Hotel
    www.waynehotel.com
    1-800-962-5850 Toll Free

Register now: Click here for the registration form!

 

 


 

 

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