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    IC'17 - International Urantia Conference 2017 Denver
    IC'17 - International Urantia Conference 2017 Denver
    The Urantia Book Fellowship CONFERENCE
    Wednesday Jul 19, 2017 @ 03:00 PM - Sunday Jul 23, 2017 @ 12:00 PM
    THIS EVENT IS 100% FREE!

    The Urantia Book Fellowship’s International Conference 2017

    ‘Spreading Our Wings’

    Progressing Towards Light And Life

    The University of Denver  

    July 19 – 23, 2017

    Join us for a 4-day Urantia Conference that includes all the things you’ve come to love about the Fellowship’s International Conferences, as well as special events that showcase Interfaith and the good works happening globally in businesses, education and the Emergent spiritual community. The conference will be joined by 2 special events.  

    Friday is Spreading Our Wings Summit & Concert with international inspirational speakers and live music with Pato Banton and the Earth Guardians on Friday night that are sold separately ($30 adult concert ticket purchased gets 1 free youth under 15 ticket).  Including a FREE Interfaith Spiritual Unity Festival on Saturday.

    Please consider contributing to the overall conference success by making a donation.

    Scholarship Donations   

    Program Donations 

    Basic Conference Costs:

    Pre-Conference Retreats – $35.00, include lunch daily

    Pre-Conference Beds – Double Bed Room - $ 105.00 each, Single Bed Room - $ 138.00 each.                      (No meals included)

    Pre-Conference Meals – 2 Breakfast and 2 Dinners, $42.00

    Full Conference Private Bedroom/Shared Bath, Includes meals, + Registration Fees - $ 600.00

    Full Conference, Double Bedroom/Shared Bath, Includes meals, + Registration Fees - $530.00

    Full Conference Child-On-Site Shared Dorm, Age 0-12- FREE (Must room with a paid parent or guardian.)

    Full Conference, Commuter W/Off-site Hotel, Includes lunches only - $200.00

    Conference Commuter, Per Day - $50.00

    Child Commuter - Under 12 - Conference Free all 4 days

    Commuter Meal Plan - 10 Meals - $100.00 or 3 Meals - $30.00

    TRUTHSEEKERS Full Conference, 1 Bed in Shared 2-bed DORM - $280.00 (13-18)

    TRUTHSEEKERS Full Conference Commuter, 4 days - $175.00 (13-18)

    Tee Shirts - $20.00

    Daily Campus Parking Fee - $7.00

    ACCOMODATIONS INFO:  http://www.events.du.edu/summer-housing/

    Please reserve your dorm room accomodations by Sunday, June 25. No campus housing will be given after that date.  Only attendance as a commuter with off-campus housing is available after that date.

    Note: Our registration process has changed from previous conferences. If you have any questions during registration, consider clicking on the link to the left, "DOCUMENTS", and choose the relevant Help file.

    COMPONENTS OF THE CONFERENCE

    THE MAIN EVENT

    The Urantia Book Fellowship’s 14th TRIENNIAL INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE

     July 19 – 23, 2017

    We will start with dinner on Wednesday, July 19th, and finish by noon on Sunday, July 23rd, with the normal schedule of conference programming all 5 days. (The Sacred Arts Festival may extend into Sunday afternoon.)

    PRE-CONFERENCE RETREATS: July 17 - 19, 2017  

    An Adventure With Our Divine Mother: Starting Monday evening at 7 pm and going through Wednesday at noon, seven devoted men and women, Ted and Sharon Lanier, Bill and Kaye Cooper, Dave and Meredith Tenney, and Mary Huggins will lead you on this adventure to get to know and appreciate more deeply our Creative Mother Spirit.

    Circles of Trust: An Experience in Soul Sharing   Also starting Monday evening at 7 pm and going through Wednesday at noon, Gard Jameson, Bobbie Dreier, Marta Elders and Carol Schindler will be hosting a retreat to create Circles of Trust. We'll haveextended periods of communion to increase soul consciousness and learn to love by listening. Participants will have an experience which favors religious growth by "...sharing one's spiritual life with one's fellows". (108:1.8)

    SPECIAL OPENING PRE-CONFERENCE PLENARY – July 19 – Late Afternoon - 7:00pm - 9:00pm

    Discovering Spirit Mother Day

    Please join us as we discuss and discover our Universe Mother Spirit and the role of women in this awakening. The Urantia Book promises us that we will benefit tremendously when men and women work together in harmony. In this unique plenary for both women and men we will highlight topics related to women’s issues and needs, from the local level to the worldwide stage: all women as daughters of God; our Local Universe Mother Spirit; the balance of God as Mother and Father; and women in faith as strong leaders for change and planetary progress. This highly interactive plenary will engage the audience in lively discussion.

    Panel members for this plenary include Kaye Cooper, Sharon Lanier, Lucretia Schanfarber, Line St-Pierre, and others.

    MAIN URANTIA CONFERENCE

     

    Weds Jul 19, 2017 @ 02:00 PM – Sun Jul 23, 2017 12noon.

    Regular Conference Registration Check-in – Wednesday Jul 19, 2017 beginning at Noon.

    NOTE: Families with Children under 8 (0-7) must stay in the same room or suite together. No children under 8 are allowed to stay in a room separate from their legal gaurdian.

    CHILDREN:

    We hope that families are an active part of IC-17, so it is exciting to share that the Family Life committee has been working together happily to create an exhilarating children's program for the conference.  We are planning a safe, fun, and subtly spiritually-infused program based in the Jerusalem Marketplace for children ages three - 13.

    Teens 13 and older may join the Truthseekers' adventure, their parents as workshop participants, or the children's program.  If there is a need and parents are interested, we plan to form a cooperative child care experience for babies through two-years-old.  

    Parent / Gaurdian Participation Required

    Our team is the backbone of the program, yet to really "spread our wings" and fly, we will need volunteers.  Each attending parent will be relied upon to volunteer, as usual, and we welcome all folks who have a love for and care about children to serve--we'll only be as good as all the minds, hearts, and hands involved.  To quote our friend Paula Thompson, "If you want to change the world, love a child"!  I pray any and all of us want to change the world enough to come love children for a while during the IC-17 children's program.

    TRUTHSEEKERS:

    Registration as a TruthSeeker includes: Plenary Speaking events + a Rafting trip, a Hiking trip, and lunch daily.
    The cost of the registration as Truthseeker covers exactly the cost IC'17 is paying to Denver University. Rafting and other activities are covered. Day 1 - Wednesday, July 19 (Check in) the Truthseekers will gather Wednesday Evening and introductions will be made. Day 2 - Thursday, July 20 - Truthseekers go to Golden, CO to hike in a magnificent National Forest during the day and will be back on campus to eat dinner with the YaYAs and attend a concert and/or other activities. Thursday night we will connect with the YaYas. Day 3 - Friday, July 21 -  Truthseekers will journey to Idaho Springs for a white water raft trip. Upon returning we will continue to explore who we are and what is important to us. Nighttime is dedicated to Club UB and/or hanging out with the YaYAs. Day 4 - Saturday, July 22 - Truthseekers will be on campus to engage the plenaries, Interfaith Festival, Youth Tent, eat dinner with the YaYAs and attend other evening activities.

    THE GALLERY AND STORE:

    Calling All Artists, Musicians, Performers & Creative Individuals,

    Are you interested in displaying your artwork or showcasing your talents in the Sacred Art Gallery at this year's International Conference of Urantia Book Readers in Denver, CO?

    If so, please contact Patrick Yesh (patyesh@gmail.com) or Justin Michael (justnmichael@gmail.com) and express your interest in being featured in the Sacred Art Gallery at IC'17. Volunteers to staff the Gallery are also welcome to contact us. The Gallery will be open daily from 12:30pm-3:00pm and 4:30pm-7:00pm throughout the conference week. A Grand Opening Gala with featured artists and performers will be held in the Gallery on Thursday evening during the conference as well. All Artists who are interested in selling their work (originals, prints, books, CD's, etc.) must go through the process to have a vendor number assigned through the Conference Bookstore.

    GALLERY SCHEDULE: Thursday, July 20 - Opening Night Gala 7:00-11:00 pm Art Gallery Gala Opening led by Patrick Yesh & Justin Michael / Club UB

    ART WORKS, PRESENTATIONS, AND PERFORMANCES.  

    GALLERY HOURS:

    EVERY DAY THURS JULY 2OTH - SAT JULY 22ND

    from 12:30pm TO 3:00pm  AND   4:30pm - 7:00PM 

    Artists of all mediums please fill out an application to participate (see applications) deadline June 15, 2017

    Please contact Patrick Yesh (patyesh@gmail.com) or Justin Michael (justnmichael@gmail.com) and express your interest in being featured in the Sacred Art Gallery at IC'17.

    We look forward to hearing from you!!!

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    We will again have a book store at this year’s International Conference.

    Our conference store is a wonderful way to sell and show your products or art to the Urantia community.

    Are you interested in offering a product or artwork in the conference store? As a store or gallery vendor you will get to keep 75% of all your proceeds.

    If you are interested, please notify us of your intentions to sell products or art in the store by May 31st, 2017. We will send you an application on which you can list the items you intend to sell. We will also give you all the details on participation in the conference store. you can write to us a Support@urantiabook.org.

    Note: Only products not currently offered in the Uversa Press catalogue are eligible. If your products are featured in the catalogue, we will be bringing and offering your products at the IC’14 Store. Store link - http://www.urantiabook.org/urantia-book-store.

    BOOK STORE HOURS - 11 AM - 7 PM Daily

    DAILY OFFERINGS:

    Included each morning, mid-day, and evening, in the beautiful and historic University Chapel, are perfecting worship, meaningful meditation, and peaceful prayer services.  Each day will feature the magical music of Urantian Nadi Burton and our wonderful Urantia House Band, led by the amazing Cristina Seaborn

    Also, explore the Exhibit hall, The Bookstore, and the Sacred Arts Gallery and Thursday night Gallery Gala.

    Thursday 7:00-9:00 pm Grand Opening Gala in the Sacred Art Gallery / Enjoy our collection of sacred and visionary art, desserts, refreshments, and live performances by several Urantian Artists and Musicians throughout the evening.

    Club UB, YaYAs, Children's Tent 

    OPENING MORNING PLENARY- Thursday July 20
    SPREADING OUR WINGS – Progressing Towards Light And Life

    Emerging Spirituality Day – TRUTH

    In Paper 71: Development of the State, The Urantia Book says, “The Progressive Program of expanding civilization embraces 12 areas of growth.” (71:4.2, pg. 804.2)

    Using multi-media presentations and discussion, we will explore these twelve areas of growth and correlate them with the 12 corps of Master Seraphim functioning on Urantia. We’ll look at where we human beings fit in. “And this progress in the arts of civilization leads directly to the realization of the highest human and divine goals of mortal endeavor — the social achievement of the brotherhood of man and the personal status of God-consciousness, which becomes revealed in the supreme desire of every individual to do the will of the Father in heaven.” (71:4.15, pg. 804.15).

    Presenters will include Gard Jameson, Tim Hobbs, Miranda Clendening, and others.

    YAYA (Youth and Young Adult) Multi-Media Presentation Night – Thursday July 20

    Young Urantian luminaries like Angie Thurston, Mae Thompson, Geoff Theiss, Teuvo Orjala and Liz Craig, who established the original Urantia Youth and Young Adult group, together with other young Urantian leaders from around the world, will present their work and visions for the future of the Urantia movement. This will include a multi-media presentation, an introduction and education on the many ways the Urantia teachings are being disseminated around the planet by and to young people. (Specific speaker announcements and bios to be announced.)

    MORNING PLENARY & PROGRAM – Friday July 21

    International Good Works Day – GOODNESS

    (Speakers and program to be announced. Check back here often, as we will be filling in more details on the conference program as we get them.)

    *OPTIONAL SPECIAL EVENT – Friday Night

    International Good Works Night – July 21 – 7 pm

    Showcasing good works happening globally throughout businesses, education systems, non-profits, and individuals who are trying hard to make the world a better place! Featuring speakers like Dr. Douglas Jackson – President of Project C.U.R.E.,  Ben Bowler of 1God.com, and the incredible global outreach ministry of international Reggae artist, Pato Banton and his crew, The NOW Generation Band, plus performance by 16 year old big-time activist Xiuhtezcatl Martinez of Earth Guardians and Ta'kaiya Blaney, 13 year old major activist, and Barbara Marx Hubbard.

    *NOTE: This is a separate event and not included with the regular conference registration fees.

    INTER-SPIRITUALITY DAY – All day Saturday July 22

    The entire day, including plenaries and workshops, will be devoted to the Interfaith Spiritual Unity Festival, featuring exhibits, workshops and speakers from the Urantia community as well as speakers from the Parliament of World Religions, United Religions Initiative of the United Nations, Denver Interfaith Alliance, and Urantia Interfaith Leadership, Barbara Marx Hubbard's Planetary Mission Team, Nexus Youth Summit, Tribalize Group, ONE The Event Team and ONE Becoming ONE and the Emergent Christianity and Spirituality movement come together to have a larger voice and greater impact! We’ll have fantastic music from Urantian Nadi Burton and our wonderful Urantia House Band, led by Cristina Seaborn, as well as multiple musical performances from many different faith traditions, including Sikhs, Buddhists, Christians, Jewish, Urantians, Emergents, and more! The Sikh's will serve Langar on site for lunch which is traditional Indian cuisine they feed millions of people around the world daily as thier gift and service to the planet which we experienced as an amazing part of the conference and festival.

    *OPTIONAL SPECIAL EVENT – Saturday Night, July 22 7pm

    Interfaith Spiritual Unity Speaking Event and Music Night – July 22 – 7 pm – Sturm Hall

    Notable speakers from the Parliament of World Religions, United Religions Initiative, Denver Interfaith Alliance, Urantia Interfaith Committee, and the Emergent Spirituality movement share the stage to showcase how the Interfaith Movement is bringing peace and understanding to and through communities of faith! Performances again by Nadi Burton and many other different faith traditions including Sikhs, Buddhists, Christians, Jews, Urantians, Emergents and more!

    *NOTE: This is a separate event and not included with the regular conference registration fees. Tickets to this event are sold separately.

    OPENING MORNING PLENARY & PROGRAM – Sunday, July 23

    Final Day - Visionary Arts Day – BEAUTY

    Envisioning our Future... The presidents of the different Urantia Orgs will speak and Pato will finish off our conference with his joyful, activating, illuminating musical performance.

    AMAZING CONFERENCE FEATURES – To be sprinkled throughout.

    Thursday 7/20

    4:30-5:00 Remembrance Ceremony at Evans Chapel Pools with Angela Thurston / Judy Langston / Truthseekers (Evans Chapel outdoor pools, with rain venue in the Evans Chapel)

    Friday 

    7:00-9:00 pm  Thought Adjuster Ceremony’ Facilitated by Interfaith Minister and Musician Nadi Burton ~ Consecration to the indwelling Spirit Presence of God (Evans Chapel)

    Saturday

    7/22 - Lunch - Sikh Langar being served Saturday during Interfaith Festival (Tent on Green)

    7/22 @ 7:30-9:00 pm Star & Julio Edwards Band - Art Gallery (Driscoll Hall, Governor's Ballroom)

    Sunday

    7/23 - 10:30-12:00 Pato Banton Band plays to close Plenary Hall (Davis Auditorium)

    POST-CONFERENCE FELLOWSHIP GENERAL COUNCIL MEETING, July 23 – 25, 2017 

    A meeting of the Fellowship General Council will be held at the conclusion of the Conference starting at 2 pm Sunday, July 23 and continuing through Tuesday, July 25 noon.

    SEE INFO ABOUT ROOMS ON CAMPUS HERE - http://www.events.du.edu/summer-housing/

    Commuters park in Lot L which is the main garage across the green from the Tent, Driscoll and Sturm Hall.

    Parking Map Here - https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B79ecpSXUNGrNDBZSVh6bkZoc2c/view?usp=sharing

    WIFI ACCESSIABILITY - Free wi-fi will be available all over campus to all guests/attendees/presenters.

     

     

     

     

     

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    Main morning plenaries and Wednesday and Thursday night plenaries will be in Sturm Hall-Davis Auditorium, other events are in classrooms in Sturm Hall and Governor's Ballroom in the Driscoll Center. Please reserve your dorm room accommodations by Sunday, June 25. For any room accommodations after June 25, you will need to book your own accommodations off campus.
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    PRE-CONFERENCE RETREATS
    An Adventure with Our Divine Mother Retreat, July 17-19, lunch included
    An Adventure with Our Divine Mother Retreat, July 17-19, lunch included
    $ 35.00 
    An Adventure With Our Divine Mother: Seven devoted men and women, Ted and Sharon Lanier, Bill and Kaye Cooper, Dave and Meredith Tenney, and Mary Huggins will lead you on this adventure to get to know and appreciate more deeply our Creative Mother Spirit.

    In this retreat:
    We will learn how to work out the details of daily life with our Mother Spirit.
    We will experience an ongoing friendship with her as with our Paradise Father, and our Creator Son, Michael.
    The way Mother and Michael work as a harmonious team will point the way to more effective ways to cooperate as men and women who want to uplift this world spiritually.

    Monday, July 17th - Divine Mother Retreat 7-9 pm.


    Tuesday, July 18th - Diving Mother Retreat All Day. Lunch Included Tuesday.


    Wednesday, July 19th, 9:00am - 12 noon Circle of Trust Retreat program concludes, includes lunch this day.

    Scroll below for lodging and meal options for all pre-conference retreats.
     
    Circles of Trust: Soul Sharing Retreat, July 17-19
    Circles of Trust: Soul Sharing Retreat, July 17-19
    $ 35.00 

    Gard Jameson, Bobbie Dreier, Marta Elders and Carol Schindler will be hosting a retreat to create Circles of Trust. 

    We'll have extended periods of communion to increase soul consciousness and learn to love by listening. Participants will have an experience which favors religious growth by "...sharing one's spiritual life with one's fellows." (108:1.8)

    Lunch included for Wednesday session.

    Scroll below for lodging and meal options for the pre-conference retreats.

    Monday, July 17th - Circle of Trust Retreat 7-9 pm.

    Tuesday, July 18th - Circle of Trust Retreat 7-9 pm. Lunch Included Tuesday.

    Wednesday, July 19th, 9:00am - 12 noon Circle of Trust Retreat program concludes.  

    The retreat begins on Monday, July 17th at 7 pm. 

     
    Pre-Approved Musician Rehearsal Retreat, July 17-19, lunch included
    Pre-Approved Musician Rehearsal Retreat, July 17-19, lunch included
    0/12 LEFT $ 35.00 
    Cristina Seaborn will be contacting and arranging for conference musicians to attend this retreat. Thank you!  

    Scroll below for lodging and meal options for all pre-conference retreats.
     
    Pre-conference Meals - Per Meal Price
    Pre-conference Meals - Per Meal Price
    $ 12.00 
    Choose how many you want besides just lunches. Local, organic, gluten-free, with vegetarian options available.
    Choosing this option enables you to get 3 meal coupons that can be used throughout the pre-conference and the conference times. 
    You can also order meal coupons in Meals Options below.

     
    Meal Plan, 3 Meals
    Meal Plan, 3 Meals
    $ 30.00 
    Local, organic, gluten-free, with vegetarian options available. 
     
    YaYA Mt. Evans/Idaho Springs Gathering - Onsite Lodger
    YaYA Mt. Evans/Idaho Springs Gathering - Onsite Lodger
    $ 100.00 
    The cost of the YaYAs Mt. Evans/Idaho Springs Gathering is $100 for lodging and please plan on making a monetary contribution to our family style meal times (breakfast/lunch/dinner) Saturday through Tuesday. Suggested meal contribution $50 ($10/day).  For questions contact April Helen 870-861-5592 or artofyogastudioandgallery@gmail.com 
     
    YaYA Mt. Evans/Idaho Springs Gathering - Tent Camper
    YaYA Mt. Evans/Idaho Springs Gathering - Tent Camper
    FREE! 
    The cost of the YaYAs Mt. Evans/Idaho Springs Gathering is $100 for onsite lodging. If you prefer to tent camp, it is free.
     Please plan on making a monetary contribution to our family style meal times (breakfast/lunch/dinner) Saturday through Tuesday. Suggested meal contribution $50 ($10/day).  For questions contact April Helen 870-861-5592 or artofyogastudioandgallery@gmail.com 
     
    EXTRA PRE-CONFERENCE NIGHTS
    2 Pre-Conference Nights, Private Bedroom/Shared Bath, No Meals
    2 Pre-Conference Nights, Private Bedroom/Shared Bath, No Meals
    $ 138.00 
    Must be at least 18 years old on Jul 19, 2017.
    Attending two days early and extending your conference by two nights. Single Room in multi-bedroom suite with with shared bath, fridge/microwave and A/C.  Meals not included with extra nights. (Good for a single person.) Special Speaking Events and Meals sold separately.  

    Please reserve your dorm room accommodations by Sunday, June 25.
    For any room accommodations after June 25, you will need to book your own accommodations off campus.

     
    2 Pre-Conference Nights, Double Bedroom/Shared Baths, No Meals
    2 Pre-Conference Nights, Double Bedroom/Shared Baths, No Meals
    $ 105.00 
    Must be at least 18 years old on Jul 19, 2017.
    Attending 2 days early, pre-conference with 2 night stay, July 17-18. Double Room (two twin beds in room) in multi-bedroom suite (typically 6-8 people per suite), with shared bath, fridge/microwave, and A/C. (Good for a couple - order 1 for each of you and specify Roommate in the section above.) Special Speaking Events and meals sold separately.

    Please reserve your dorm room accommodations by Sunday, June 25.
    For any room accommodations after June 25, you will need to book your own accommodations off campus.
     
    2 Pre-conference Nights, Single or Double Occ., OFF-SITE Hotel, No Meals
    2 Pre-conference Nights, Single or Double Occ., OFF-SITE Hotel, No Meals
    FREE! 
    Must reserve your own room and pay separately. Hotel rooms are available for $99.00 per night and includes a hot breakfast. Reserve at The Holiday Inn Cherry Creek, please call 303-388-5561 to make a reservation and give the group number # 99801505 for the special rate.

    LARGE SPEAKING EVENTS NOT INCLUDED


     
    FULL CONFERENCE W/MEALS AND LODGING
    Full Conf., Private Bedroom/Shared Bath, Includes meals, +Reg.
    Full Conf., Private Bedroom/Shared Bath, Includes meals, +Reg.
    19/87 LEFT $ 600.00 
    Must be at least 18 years old on Jul 19, 2017.
    Full registrant, July 19-23. Includes private bedroom (one twin bed in room) in multi-bedroom suite w/shared bath, fridge/microwave, living area, and AC. (Good for a single person.) Special Speaking Events sold separately.

    Please reserve your dorm room accommodations by Sunday, June 25.
    For any room accommodations after June 25, you will need to book your own accommodations off campus.

     
    Full Conf., Double Bedroom/Shared Bath, Includes meals, + Reg.
    Full Conf., Double Bedroom/Shared Bath, Includes meals, + Reg.
    250/385 LEFT $ 530.00 
    Must be at least 18 years old on Jul 19, 2017.
    Full registrant, July 19-23. Includes double bedroom (two twin beds in room) in multi-bedroom suite (typically 6-8 people per suite) w/shared bath, fridge/microwave, and AC. (Good for a couple - order 1 for each of you and specify Roommate in the section above.)  Special Speaking Events sold separately.

    Please reserve your dorm room accommodations by Sunday, June 25.
    For any room accommodations after June 25, you will need to book your own accommodations off campus.

     
    Full Conf. Child-On-Site Shared Dorm Age 8-12- FREE for CHILDREN
    Full Conf. Child-On-Site Shared Dorm Age 8-12- FREE for CHILDREN
    FREE! 
    With a paid parent/adult attending the conference, choose this option for Children Ages 8-12, includes shared dorm room and all meals and program in kid's tent Wed-Sun. All Parents or Grandparents bringing kids will be required to do some volunteer hours in the family tent and will be contacted by April Helen Morgan to arrange this, or you can sign up for volunteer hours on volunteer tab. Thank you! 

    Please reserve your dorm room accommodations by Sunday, June 25.
    For any room accommodations after June 25, you will need to book your own accommodations off campus.

     
    PARTIAL CONFERENCE NIGHTS
    One Night, Private Room w/shared bath
    One Night, Private Room w/shared bath
    1/4 LEFT $ 150.00 
    Must be at least 18 years old on Jul 19, 2017.
    Attending conference for one night during July 19-23, Private Room in 4 Room Suite (typically 4-6 people per suite) with shared bath, fridge/microwave, A/C, included 3 meals. (Good for a single person.) Prices are per person per night. Special Speaking Events sold separately.

    Please reserve your dorm room accommodations by Sunday, June 25.
    For any room accommodations after June 25, you will need to book your own accommodations off campus.

     
    One Night, Shared Double Room w/shared baths
    One Night, Shared Double Room w/shared baths
    0/4 LEFT $ 132.50 
    Must be at least 18 years old on Jul 19, 2017.
    Attending conference for one night from July 19-23. Includes double bedroom (two twin beds in room) in 4 bedroom suite (typically 4-6 people per suite) shared bath, fridge/microwave, and AC. 3 meals included. Prices are per person per night. (Good for a couple - order 1 for each of you and specify Roommate in the section above.)  Special Speaking Events sold separately.
    Please reserve your dorm room accommodations by Sunday, June 25.
    For any room accommodations after June 25, you will need to book your own accommodations off campus.

     
    TRUTHSEEKERS ADVENTURE FOR YOUTH
    TRUTHSEEKERS Full Conference, 1 Bed in Shared 2-bed DORM
    TRUTHSEEKERS Full Conference, 1 Bed in Shared 2-bed DORM
    32/40 LEFT $ 280.00 
    Must be 13-18 years old on Jul 19, 2017.
    Registration as a Truth Seeker includes:1 twin bed in 2 bed dorm room, shared bathroom, fridge/microwave, no A/C. LARGE SPEAKING EVENTS INCLUDED.  The cost of the registration as Truthseeker covers exactly the cost IC'17 is paying to Denver University as the following: Bed – $140.00  - One twin bed in a double room Fee -  $32.00 – Admin fee charged for each person by DUFood – $108.00 – Meals for the regular conference Total cost per Truthseeker = $280.00.  

    Please reserve your dorm room accommodations by Sunday, June 25.
    For any room accommodations after June 25, you will need to book your own accommodations off campus.

    Rafting and other activities covered by a generous donor.  
    Day 1 - Wednesday, July 19 (Check in) the Truthseekers will gather and introductions will be made going into discussions held regarding what we will be doing during IC’17. 
    Day 2 Thursday - we will take the Truthseekers to Golden to hike in the National Forest during the day.  Then we will be back on campus to eat dinner with the YaYas, attend Thursday evening activities such as the Art Gallery Gala + Film Festival.   
    Day 3 - Friday, we will take the Truthseekers to Idaho Springs to raft.  When we return, we will continue to discuss who we are and what is important to us.  Nighttime we go to the Spreading Our Wings Special Event, Club UB and/or hang with the YaYas. 
    Day 4 - Saturday, we will be on campus all day to attend plenaries, workshops, Interfaith Festival and to eat dinner with the YaYas followed by Club UB activity.
     
    TRUTHSEEKERS Full Conference Commuter, 4 days
    TRUTHSEEKERS Full Conference Commuter, 4 days
    $ 175.00 
    Must be 13-18 years old on Jul 19, 2017.
    Registration as a Truth Seeker Full Conference Commuter includes: LARGE SPEAKING EVENTS + Rafting, Hiking, and lunch.
    The cost of the registration as Truthseeker covers exactly the cost IC'17 is paying to Denver University as the following: - PRICE BRERAKDOWN HERE -  Rafting and other activities covered by a generous scholarship. Day 1 - Wednesday, July 19 (Check in) the Truthseekers will gather and introductions will be made going into discussions held regarding what we will be doing during IC’17. Day 2 - Thursday, Truthseekers will be providing service to the Remembrance Supper activity – cooking, setting up, serving, breaking down.  Thursday night we will stay together and have various activities and/or connect with the YaYas. Day 3 - Friday, we will take the Truthseekers to Idaho Springs to raft.  When we return, we will continue to discuss who we are and what is important to us.  Nighttime to Club UB and/or hang with the YaYas. Day 4 - Saturday, we will take the Truthseekers to Golden to hike in the National Forest during the day.  Then we will be back on campus to eat dinner with the YaYas, attend Spreading Our Wings concert or other activities.
     
    TRUTHSEEKERS - Commuter Daily Rate
    TRUTHSEEKERS - Commuter Daily Rate
    $ 35.00 
    Must be 13-18 years old on Jul 19, 2017.
    Attending Truthseekers for single conference days, July 19-23. Lunch included. LARGE SPEAKING EVENTS INCLUDED

    Day 1 - Wednesday, July 19 (Check in) the Truthseekers will gather and introductions will be made going into discussions held regarding what we will be doing during IC’17. Day 2 - Thursday, Truthseekers will be providing service to the Remembrance Supper activity – cooking, setting up, serving, breaking down.  Thursday night we will stay together and have various activities and/or connect with the YaYas. Day 3 - Friday, we will take the Truthseekers to Idaho Springs to raft.  When we return, we will continue to discuss who we are and what is important to us.  Nighttime to Club UB and/or hang with the YaYas. Day 4 - Saturday, we will take the Truthseekers to Golden to hike in the National Forest during the day.  Then we will be back on campus to eat dinner with the YaYas, attend Spreading Our Wings concert or other activities.


     
    COMMUTER
    Conference Commuter, Per Day (Speaking Events not included.)
    Conference Commuter, Per Day (Speaking Events not included.)
    $ 50.00 
    Commuter fee per day, includes lunch.
    Special Speaker Events, Friday and Saturday night sold separately.

    If you are not local, or staying with a friend, you can reserve your own hotel room and pay separately for accommodations. Hotel rooms are available
    for $99.00 per night and includes a hot breakfast. Reserve at The
    Holiday Inn Cherry Creek, please call 303-388-5561 to make a reservation
    and give the group number # 99801505 for the special rate.
     
    Conference Commuter, 4 Day Rate (Special Events not included.)
    Conference Commuter, 4 Day Rate (Special Events not included.)
    $ 200.00 

    Commuter Rate for Conference all 4 days - lunch included each day. Special Speaker events are sold separately.

    If you are not local, or staying with a friend, you can reserve your own
    hotel room and pay separately for accommodations. Hotel rooms are
    available
    for $99.00 per night and includes a hot breakfast. Reserve at The
    Holiday Inn Cherry Creek, please call 303-388-5561 to make a reservation
    and give the group number # 99801505 for the special rate.

     
    Child Commuter - Under 12 - Conference Free all 4 days
    Child Commuter - Under 12 - Conference Free all 4 days
    70/75 LEFT FREE! 
    Must be 4-12 years old on Jul 19, 2017.
    Child Commuters are FREE. Children 4-12 years old will be cared for in the Children's Tent with fun conference activities. 


     
    FELLOWSHIP GENERAL COUNCIL MEETING
    General Council Commuter - July 23-25, No fee
    General Council Commuter - July 23-25, No fee
    FREE! 
    Free attendance for all General Councilors and visitors. Meals sold separately.
     
    General Council Visitor - July 23-25, No fee
    General Council Visitor - July 23-25, No fee
    FREE! 
    Free attendance for anyone wanting to stay over and observe. Meals sold separately.
     
    General Councilor, Double Bedroom, 2 Nights/Meals: July 23-25
    General Councilor, Double Bedroom, 2 Nights/Meals: July 23-25
    22/36 LEFT $ 175.00 
    Starts Sunday, July 23rd at 2pm - Tuesday, July 25th at Noon. Price includes a bed for Sunday and Monday nights and all meals.
    Shared room in 4 room dorm with shared fridge/microwave and bathroom and A/C.
     
    General Councilor, Private Bedroom, 2 Nights/Meals: July 23-25
    General Councilor, Private Bedroom, 2 Nights/Meals: July 23-25
    $ 195.00 
    Starts Sunday, July 23rd at 2pm - Tuesday, July 25th at Noon. Price includes a bed for Sunday and Monday nights and all meals.
    Private bedroom in 4 room dorm with shared fridge/microwave and bathroom and A/C.
     
    General Council Commuter Meals - Per Meal Price
    General Council Commuter Meals - Per Meal Price
    $ 12.00 
    Delicious meals lunch prepared with local, organic, gluten-free and vegetarian options.
     
    GC Commuter Meals - 6 Meal Package
    GC Commuter Meals - 6 Meal Package
    $ 60.00 
    Begins with Dinner on Sunday and ends with Lunch on Tuesday.
     
    GOODS
    Conference T-shirt
    Conference T-shirt
    $ 20.00 
     
    MEALS
    Meal Plan, 3 Meals
    Meal Plan, 3 Meals
    $ 30.00 
    Local, organic, gluten-free, with vegetarian options available. These meal tickets will work during the Pre-Conference events also.
     
    Meal - Per Meal Price
    Meal - Per Meal Price
    $ 12.00 
    Local, organic, gluten-free, with vegetarian options available. These meal tickets will work during the Pre-Conference events also.
     
    Meals Plan, 10 Meals
    Meals Plan, 10 Meals
    $ 100.00 
    Local, organic, gluten-free, with vegetarian options available. These meal tickets will work during the Pre-Conference events also.
     
    EXHIBITOR REGISTRATION ITEMS
    REGISTRATION
    Interfaith booth exibitor
    FREE! 
     
    Visionary Arts exibitor
    FREE! 
     
    Book Store Item Exibitor
    FREE! 
     
    ACTIVITY
    PRE-CONFERENCE RETREATS
    Meal Plan, 3 Meals
    $ 30.00 
    Local, organic, gluten-free, with vegetarian options available. 
     
    GOODS
    Conference T-shirt
    $ 20.00 
     
    MEALS
    Meal Plan, 3 Meals
    $ 30.00 
    Local, organic, gluten-free, with vegetarian options available. These meal tickets will work during the Pre-Conference events also.
     
    GENERAL TICKETS ITEMS
    GENERAL TICKETS
    Friday Night - INTERNATIONAL GOOD WORKS NIGHT - Urantia Conference Attendee
    $ 40.00 
    1 Night - Showcasing "Good Works Happening Globally" throughout businesses, education systems, interfaith groups, intentional communities, non-profits that are making the world a better place! 

    Speakers include Barbara Marx Hubbard, Pato Banton, Xiuhtezcatl Martinez & The Earth Guardians and many more speaker annoucements!  Pato Banton and the NOW Generation Band will also close this amazing evening.
     
    Friday Night - INTERNATIONAL GOOD WORKS NIGHT - Student/Youth Discount Pric
    $ 30.00 
    1 Night - Showcasing "Good Works Happening Globally" throughout businesses, education systems, interfaith groups, intentional communities, non-profits that are making the world a better place! 

    Speakers include Barbara Marx Hubbard, Pato Banton, Xiuhtezcatl Martinez & The Earth Guardians and many more speaker annoucements!  Pato Banton and the NOW Generation Band will also close this amazing evening.
     
    Saturday Night- INTERFAITH/ INTERSPIRITUALITY SPEAKING EVENT AND MUSIC NIGH
    $ 40.00 
    1 Night- Speakers from the Parliament of World Religions share the stage to showcase work happening throughout the Interfaith World as communities come together to have a larger voice and larger impact! 

    Rev. Victor Kazanjian Jr., Gard Jamison, Ben Bowler, Betina Gray, Dr Kurt Johnson, Peter Laurence, Nadi Burton, Pujya Swamiji and Sadhviji and more!
     
    Saturday Night- INTERFAITH/ INTERSPIRITUALITY SPEAKING EVENT AND MUSIC NIGH
    $ 30.00 
    1 Night - Speakers from the Parliament of World Religions share the stage to
     showcase work happening throughout the Interfaith World as communities come together to have a larger voice and larger impact! 

    Rev. Victor Kazanjian Jr., Gard Jamison, Ben Bowler, Betina Gray, Dr Kurt Johnson, Peter Laurence, Nadi Burton, Pujya Swamiji and Sadhviji and more!