|Guest Hospitality Suite Hours
8 a.m.–5:30 p.m.
The Guest Hospitality Suite includes complimentary seminars, light food and beverages throughout the day, a welcome gift, and the Presidents’ guest breakfast. The suite will be staffed by a hostess who can assist you with questions regarding restaurants, activities, and attractions, as well as offer general information about Denver.
As a registered guest, you are welcome to attend your companion’s technical session(s), and you will also have admittance to the Exhibit Hall. In addition, you have the opportunity to attend open lectures and participate in local tours and activities, as well as scientific field trips (additional fees apply).
Denver Women’s History
Sunday, 27 Oct., 9–10 a.m., Guest Hospitality Suite
Think you know Denver? Even native Coloradans are intrigued and interested in this history lesson that will have you spreading the word! Join us for a guide to the women—some famous, some obscure—who helped build Denver and its history.
International Chocolate Pairing
Monday, 28 Oct., 9–10 a.m., Guest Hospitality Suite
Julie Pech is known locally as The Chocolate Therapist. She presents 5–6 international chocolates, pairing instructions, discussion on single origin chocolates, how to cleanse the palate, how to host your own chocolate party, discussion on how chocolate is made from bean to bar, discussion on how to eat chocolate properly and how to microwave chocolate.
Dance for the Health of It
Tuesday, 29 Oct., 9–10 a.m., Guest Hospitality Suite
Brooke Underbrink has motivated thousands to get up and move! “I want to keep people out of the emergency room, urgent care and doctor’s office!” Challenged herself by a body that wanted to hold on instead of letting go, Brooke understands the need and importance of waking up every day with intention, grace, and personal choices that empower her to be her personal best. Because of her understanding of the human body and the need for balance in all areas of life, Brooke’s passion and expertise as a registered nurse working with individuals from all walks of life will help you evaluate your life! Dancing can be magical and transforming. It can breathe new life into a tired soul; make a spirit soar; unleash locked-away creativity; unite generations and cultures; inspire new romances or rekindle old ones; trigger long-forgotten memories; and turn sadness into joy! On a more physical level, dancing can give you a great mind-body workout. Researchers are learning that regular physical activity in general can help keep your body, including your brain, healthy as you age. Exercise increases the level of brain chemicals that encourage nerve cells to grow. Dancing that requires you to remember dance steps and sequences boosts brain power by improving memory skills. Come learn more about what dancing can do for you and join Brooke with some fun, energizing, easy-to-follow dances! You will be energized for the rest of the day!