The General Sessions is Closed, But Please call 608.342.6159 for information on late registration.
We have a fantastic program lined up for you! We look forward to seeing you at the Symposium!
Remember, you have 4 choices. Register for as many as you like:
- Folk Concert on Thursday April 3rd at 7:00 at the Platteville City Auditorium (75 N. Bonson St.) General admission $12.00 Students $8.00 Tickets can be purchased in advance through the campus Box Office until March 20th or at the door on the night of the concert. Doors open at 6:30 PM.
- General Conference Registration (admits you to all general sessions) on Friday and Saturday April 4 and 5 General Admission $115 or $70.00 for students
- Friday April 4th- 5:30-8:30PM evening Banquet with sit-down meal (UW-Platteville chef is really good!) and awards ceremony. Keynote address by Lucy E. Murphy of The Ohio State University, author of A Gathering of Rivers:Indians, Metis, and Mining in the Western Great lakes, 1737-1832 Her key note address is titled "Native Women, Canadian Men, and Land in 19th-Century Prairie du Chien" Choice of dinner entree: Spinach and Feta stuffed Chicken Breast with Tomato Basil Sauce; Roast Prime Rib au Jus; or Butternut Squash Ravioli with Sage Cream Sauce. $40.00
- Saturday April 5th- 2:00- 5:00 pm Special tour of local historical sites with transportation- You will board the campus mini-bus and go to the Mining Museum. See the Mining Exhibit and if you desire, go into one of the last lead mines still open to the public. Then get a ride across town to the Mitchell-Rowntree House, the oldest house in Platteville (limited seating- register soon) $18.00
To see the Symposium Event Program, Click Here.