Some events will be offsite but the vast majority of activities will take place at the Flamingo Conference Resort & Spa in historic Santa Rosa. We have agreed a very good room rate for attendees which will not be matched by any other comparable local hotels.
Hotel accommodation is not included in the registration price and must be booked separately using the link below:
Nestled in the foothills of Santa Rosa, the Flamingo Conference Resort and Spa is perfect for business and leisure. At the Flamingo you will find 13,000 square feet of conference and event spaces, on-site restaurant, lounge, manicured gardens, rooms / suites, multiple swimming pools, spa and a fully-equipped fitness center. We have everything you need for the ultimate resort experience. When you are ready to explore wine country, the gourmet foods and wines of Sonoma and Napa are just down the road.
The deadline for our group discount at the hotel has has now passed. However the hotel will work to offer 20-30 attendees reduced rates based on availability. Please call Allegra in the reservations department at 707-303-8629 or email reservations@flamingoresort.
With representatives expected from all of the national associations in Active 20-30 international this is a great opportunity to catch up with old friends and make many new ones. With such a diverse array of attendees this is a great chance to share successes and inspirations from your clubs and put the friendly back into friendly cooperation.
Situated just 45 minutes north of San Francisco. Discover one of California’s top food, wine and beer destinations, home to more than 425 wineries ranging from rustic to regal. Hike among towering redwoods, cruise along rugged Pacific coastline and get to know inviting towns. Or, just sit back and take it all in.
Mike McGuire was elected to the Healdsburg School Board at 19 years of age, then onto the Healdsburg City Council, Sonoma County Board of Supervisors, and now California Senate District 2. He has been a strong champion for infrastructure, public schools and technical training, and the environment.
Sonoma County Supervisor Lynda Hopkins represents the geographically large and economically diverse Fifth District. Lynda’s interest in public policy and land use began while attending Stanford University, where she studied environmental problem solving. For over a decade, she and her husband have operated an organic food farm on their family’s land along the Russian River.Lynda is a passionate advocate for environmental protection, coastal access for all Californians, social justice, and early childhood education.
As the Founder and President of VR Wine Business Consulting, Vanessa is sharing her lifetime of wine industry expertise with other wineries and vineyards in California. She offers advice on winery management, increasing direct-to-consumer sales, and on wine marketing. Vanessa has been featured on Univision and the Food Network and has been a guest lecturer in UC Berkeley’s Wine Studies program. She was also one of the protagonists in the Harvest Season Documentary that was broadcast nationally on PBS.
The event registration includes the following:
See the schedule for details.
Please note that the event is not all inclusive and the cost of hotel accommodation is not included in the event fee.
If you intend to fly, Santa Rosa / Sonoma County Airport (STS) is the best option. After a recent expansion, new flights are available to destinations throughout the US on most major airlines. We will do our best to pick up guests from San Francisco (SFO) and Oakland (OAK) but keep in mind that driving time is often more than 2 hours. Hourly shuttles are also available. You can find the schedule here. Please let us know your flight information so we can arrange transportation if possible.
Yes. A rate of $195 is available if you pay a non-refundable deposit of $50 before September 1. Follow the registration link here to reserve your spot.
All online payments are processed via the PayPal checkout on the registration page. Venmo can also be used by first enabling mobile web purchases in the Venmo app, then navigating to the payment link on your mobile browser. If necessary, we can also arrange a money transfer.
The rooms are priced at $ 139 / night (plus taxes) on the basis of double occupancy. Up to 4 people can share a double double room, but it has an additional cost of $ 10 per person per night (ie $ 159 / night for 4 occupancy)
Yes. Studio rooms and poolside suites are available at a reduced price.
Please book your room directly with the hotel by following this link. The deadline for our group discount at the hotel has has now passed. However the hotel will work to offer 20-30 attendees reduced rates based on availability. Please call Allegra in the reservations department at 707-303-8629 or email reservations@flamingoresort.
All tickets are non-refundable unless the event is cancelled by us, in which case we will always make a full refund.
Yes, we are working with local clubs in Sonoma County to organize trips and activities (such as a ski trip and a redwood tour) for the week before the event. Details can be found below.
We're delighted to team up with other local clubs to offer a range of activities for anybody who will be in town early. If you are interested in any of the activities below please reach out to the individuals listed. Please note that each activity has an additional cost and is not included in the registration fee.
Napa Experience including a private tasting at Monticello Vineyards
Date: Tuesday 1/21/20
Approximate Cost: $70
Contact: Katie Corley - firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information and to reserve your spot please click here
VIP Party at the Lounge at La Rosa. La Rosa | Tequileria & Grille is owned by a member of the Redwood Empire 1029 club and has a lounge upstairs where they will host a VIP Reggaeton/Moombhaton party.
Dates: Wednesday 1/22/20 (evening)
Contact: Caitlin Kurasek - Caitlin@larosasantarosa.com