PATH Intl. Annual Conference Registration Now Open

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The excellent education sessions and networking at the 2016 PATH Intl. Conference & Annual Meeting, November 2-5, 2016, in Williamsburg, Virginia, will have you shouting Huzzah! This conference, presented by title sponsor Purina, is the premier event in equine-assisted activities and therapies. We are excited about the number of educational sessions the conference offers, with everything from an equine workload rating scale to strategic planning for centers, working with veterans, mindfulness, promoting independence at all riding levels, retired polo ponies and EAAT and everything in between. Poster sessions will highlight research and project findings. Community Connections Day features all-day workshops for executive directors, equine welfare, novice instructors and experienced instructors. The awards banquet on Friday night will touch your heart and underscore why you are in this amazing industry. The culmination of the conference is the Horse Expo with presenting sponsor Virginia Horse Industry Board at Dream Catchers at the Cori Sikich Riding Center. Don't miss any of the excitement and wonderful opportunities to network with friends, mentors and colleagues!

Early bird registration is now open. Register before September 16 and save $100 off the member fee ($135 off the member onsite fee). Session room space is limited, so register now to secure the sessions you want. Click here to register online.

2016 reg book cover The registration book, along with the summer issue of PATH Intl. Strides, is in the mail and has all of the session details and information on other activities, such as the Exhibitor Colonial Soiree, the keynote speaker Col. Gregory Gadson, and the general session. You may also use the included registration form to register by hard copy, if you choose not to register online. Simply complete the form in the registration book and fax or mail it in. Click here for the electronic version of the registration book.

For hotel information, visit the conference page.