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2016 VAPDC Summer Conference
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2016 VAPDC Summer Conference

7/27/2016 to 7/29/2016

When: Wednesday-Friday

Williamsburg Lodge
310 S. England Street
Williamsburg, Virginia 23185
United States

Connie Long


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Summer Conference Fees

Full Conference Registration - $325 (Includes all Conference Sessions, Breaks, Wednesday Reception, Thursday Lunch and Dinner, and Friday Breakfast.

Ala carte Registration Choices are intended for Guests and Spouses for Full Registration Attendees. If registering for the full conference the events below are included in the Full Registration price.

  • Wednesday ONLY Sessions/Reception - $125 
  • Wednesday Reception - $60
  • Thursday Lunch - $50
  • Thursday Evening Dinner - $80

Conference Registration Details and Cancellation Policy

  • Online conference registration will close at 5 pm on Thursday, July 22, 2016. A limited number of onsite registrations can be taken at the Conference registration desk; however participants are encouraged to register in advance to ensure participation.
  • No cancellations will be accepted after July 22, 2016.
  • There will be a $25 fee assessed on cancellations prior to July 22, 2016 and no refunds after July 22, 2016.


The Williamsburg Lodge

310 South England Street

Williamsburg, Virginia  23185


Enjoy a relaxing hotel escape in the heart of the Revolutionary City. Just steps from the action, the inviting lodge boasts a world-class restaurant and convenient access to spa and golf recreation amenities. Admission ticket discounts and special daily events are just the beginning of the exclusive benefits you’ll enjoy as our guest.


To receive the VAPDC Summer Conference rate ($155.00 per night + applicable taxes and fees) call 800-261-9530 by Wednesday, June 27, 2016. Accommodation reservations may be made online by CLICKING HERE.


Explore Colonial Williamsburg

Between Patrick Henry’s “Give me Liberty, or Give me Death” speech in March 1775 and the surrender of British troops to George Washington at Yorktown in  October of 1781 a profound change occurred in the way Virginians and other colonial Americans came to define themselves.

Discover what it’s like to live in a town in the midst of a revolution. What are the challenges of creating a new government against the backdrop of war? Which  side will you take? Meet the men and women—rich and poor, great and humble, free and enslaved—who lived through these extraordinary times that created  our great nation.

Find out More As the American Revolution turns from political debate to armed combat, the people of Williamsburg are compelled to make difficult choices that cause them to break ties with Great Britain, reshape their concept of citizenship, and define the bounds of democracy and republican forms of government.

On July 2, 1776, the Continental Congress votes for independence. But voting for independence is one thing; winning it is another. Great Britain is the foremost military power of the age and Virginia is one of thirteen fledgling states struggling just to survive.