Western Regional Rendezvous April 26 to 29 in Keystone, Colorado
Why should I attend the Western Regional Rendezvous?
Whether you are a chapter leader, volunteer, intern, member, donor, supporter or just a person interested in learning about Trout Unlimited, then the Western Regional Rendezvous is for you. In addition to being set in beautiful Keystone, CO, this weekend-long event is a chance for everyone to meet in one setting to learn and engage in inspiring dialogue and organization successes. It’s an excellent opportunity to discuss the unique issues facing the region as well as a chance to network and build relationships with TU volunteer leaders.
Colorado Trout Unlimited is excited to host this year’s Western Regional Rendezvous and in addition to all of the workshops and discussions, CTU will be hosting some fun evening events (see schedule below).
If you are coming from Colorado and need financial assistance to attend, please click here for limited scholarship options.
Thursday, April 26 – Welcome Reception
The Colorado Council will host a welcome reception for all Rendezvous attendees.
- Thursday Night, April 26: Conservation Film Screening 6-9 pm
Friday, April 27 – Workshops and Seminars
Friday’s full-day session will include group discussions, concentrated workshops and opportunities for council and chapter leaders to share successes and discuss common challenges. Friday night will include a no-host dinner at a local restaurant.
- Friday Night, April 27: Iron Fly Tying Competition 6-9 pm
Saturday, April 28 – Workshops and Seminars
Saturday’s session will continue the work of the previous day’s meetings and include group discussions, concentrated workshops and opportunities for council and chapter leaders to share successes and discuss common challenges.
Saturday Night, April 28 – Group Dinner, Networking, and Colorado Council Fundraiser
Following the day’s meetings, join your fellow TU volunteer leaders and TU staff from across the country for a great dinner and chance to network with one another. Spend time talking shop and trading stories with people who share your passion for conservation and enjoy a fun evening of camaraderie.
Sunday Morning, April 29 – Colorado Council Quarterly Board Meeting & Awards Breakfast
Colorado participants will be conducting their quarterly Council meeting and hosting an awards breakfast on Sunday morning from 9:00 a.m. – 12 p.m.
Sunday, April 29 – Fishing
After a full weekend of leadership development and networking with fellow TU volunteers, stick around for fishing on Sunday. 8am-till the fishing slows down
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