First Timers

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Welcome to your first convention, we are so glad you are coming. We all know what it is like to come to the convention for the first time and we are here to help. There is no need to be confused or wonder what is going on. We encourage you to review this website for information you will need and want to know. After you visit the registration desk here at the convention center come to the First-timers’ Orientation. It will give you all the information you need to know about what to do and where to go while you are here. Please take advantage of this opportunity so you don’t miss out on all ICES has to offer. We want you to have a great time.

  1. To get started, be sure to register for the convention online. You can register at ICES.org and registration is open starting April 1, 2017. Register early for the reduced price and so you can be assured of getting a seat in the Demos or Hands-on Classes you would like. Your registration fee includes one Friday breakfast ticket, one banquet voucher, entrance into the sugar art gallery and the vendor hall. You have the opportunity to purchase Hands-on Class and Demo tickets when you register so it is a good idea to look through them on this site before you register. You can also purchase extra breakfast or banquet tickets for a spouse or friends. For more information click on Registration.
  2. Make reservations for your hotel. Our host hotel is The Davenport Grand in Spokane. It is located next to the convention center with a walkway from the hotel to the convention center. The hotel is new just opening late last summer. ICES reserves a block of rooms which gives you a better rate for your hotel room. When you register at ICES.org there will be a link for you to book your room.
  3. If you need transportation from the airport to the hotel click on Transportation.
  4. Take some time to visit Spokane, you may never get the chance to see it again. It is a vibrant city with plenty of things to do so plan a little extra time to visit the city while you are here.

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