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Tuesday, Nov. 15 will be a day to gather with colleagues for in-depth conversations about housing policy, the Oregon IDA Initiative, and asset building in Oregon. We’re excited about this opportunity to gather, learn from one another, and discuss the future.
The day will consist of a Savings & Assets Summit at the Salem Convention Center and, concurrently, a Housing Alliance Summit at Northwest Wine Studies Center, Chemeketa Eola, 215 Doaks Ferry Road NW, Salem, Oregon 97304
Tuesday afternoon the RE:Conference kicks off with RE:Unite, a new-this-year event celebrating our work and potential , the ever-popular IDA Marketplace, and conversations with policy and elected leaders about moving our priorities forward. This event will take place at the Salem Convention Center.
Wednesday, Nov. 16 the 2016 RE:Conference continues. Join us for stimulating conversations, engaging workshops, and networking with partners from all parts of the state. The housing and asset-building worlds will come together to share ideas, forge connections, and plan for 2017. Wednesday evening, stay (or come join us) for RE:Alizing our Potential – a resounding kickoff to the work to come in 2017. The entire day will take place at the Salem Convention Center.
What are my parking options getting to the event?
The Salem Convention Center offers ample free parking to conference attendees in their underground garage. The garage entrance is accessible via Liberty Street.
What are the hotel accommodations?
The Grand Hotel is located next to the Salem Convention Center. There is a block of rooms reserved for the RE:Conference. Just mention you are with the Neighborhood Partnerships conference.
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Are there group discounts?
There are no group discounts for the event. But, please use the group ticket ordering feature for ease of use.
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