Convention Center, 403 N. Third St., Richmond, VA 23219
$129 per night using code APS 2017
For reservations call 800-228-9290.
HOURS: Thursday: 11am-6pm
Friday: 10am-6pm. "Mint Julip Hour" begins at 6pm
Powell (firstname.lastname@example.org) and
Rick Calhoun (email@example.com),
registration will be $100 per person including Southern Supper at
the Commonwealth Club. Choice of beef or a vegetarian
dish. Make checks payable to CSA and mail to Rick Calhoun,
131 St. Annes, Williamsburg, VA 23188.
Special Room rates are $119.00 per night plus taxes.
REGISTRATION FEE: Member $75, Companion or guest $50.
RESERVED DEALER TABLE: $225, (includes one member registration fee, companion fee extra. Non-CSA dealers will receive a complimentary membership in the CSA and all mid-year benefits)
$65, 4 dinner entree and 3 desert options
with wine during the meal, gratuity and taxes included. A
vegetarian option is available with 3 day advance notice made to
Please make your reservations as soon as possible and mail appropriate fees payable to the CSA to: Alexander Hall, 7614 White Fence Lane, Tallahassee, FL 32311. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: (850) 402-3057.
AIRLINES: Prices to fly to Tallahassee can be a little pricey. There are flights on American and Delta Airlines, most via Atlanta, direct flights from Charlotte and Dallas. Another possibly cheaper option is the fly into Valdosta, GA. and rent a car. It is serviced by Delta from Atlanta. See the following links:
This should be a very special Mid-Year Meeting and the first in Florida since a Chataqua type meeting hosted by the late Connie Bush in Pensacola many years ago. That was a precursor of what has become nearly annual mid-year meetings. Hosts Carol and Alex Hall have planned for a great weekend with a private dinner for all CSA members and their guests at their home
Tallahassee has a lot to see and experience, including the old post office building with depression period murals, the State Archives, and a visit to the site of the Natural Bridge Confederate defeat of Union forces with cadets from the Tallahassee Military Academy.