Socialize with WRPA Members

Can you believe we are just weeks away from the 2017 Annual Conference & Tradeshow?! 

As you start to solidify your plans in Spokane, don't forget to check out the evening socials. On Tuesday, after you check into your room, stretch those legs on the balcony of the Davenport Grand Hotel and meet other attendees over cocktails. On Wednesday, join us at the Mobius Science Center for a bite to eat and the chance to check out the exhibits. Then, on Thursday, there will be an exciting post-awards social where you can take a short walk through Downtown Spokane to the Nyne Bar & Bistro where you can enjoy some karaoke, dancing, and a few of WRPA's specialty drinks!

Get Energized

WRPA has two fantastic Keynote Speakers for this year's conference.

Our Opening Keynote Speaker James Bird Guess will inspire you as he talks about how he overcame homelessness, built a quarter-million dollar business from the trunk of his car and is now a world-renowned consultant. 

Our Closing Keynote, Phillip Tyler is a Spokane native. He has a heroic story about spending 16 years with the Spokane County Sheriff's Office in the Jail Division where he was the first African-American promoted to the ranks of Sergeant to Lieutenant.

Maximize Your Time

How can you make the most of your conference experience? By knowing what's happening and when. Check out the Full Session Schedule.

We are offering a wide variety of programs with information on everything from programming, aquatics, and healthy living to maintenance, risk management, and leadership development. 

Additionally, we will welcome back some of our favorite speakers, like Pete DeQuincy, Jeff Price & Brian Hoffmeister. You won't want to miss these sessions. 

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Announcements

PNW-ISA ATC 2017 Request for Presentation Proposals by February 20, 2017

We look forward to featuring a multitude of informative and provocative presentations, inspiring plenary speakers, and unlimited networking opportunities complementing the conference theme “People and Trees: Adapting to Change”.  Please visit this link to learn more about what types of presentations are in demand (along with submission details and requirements).  For further questions, contact Christina Pfeiffer via e-mail or by phone at 206.954.0690 or Bess Bronstein via e-mail or by phone at 360.265.1886.