Butte-Silver Bow Parks and Recreation is excited to host the MTRPA annual conference April 19th – 22nd at Butte Coper King Inn and Convention Center. The conference committee have been hard at work to provide members, students, retirees and associates a first-class conference that will provide valuable educational sessions, exciting events, off-site tours of some of Butte Historic areas, watering holes, and tours of Butte’s unique park, trail & open space facilities.
Join us for a roaring time this spring! You won’t want to miss one day of this conference celebrating Earth Day, Arbor Day, Roaring 20s history, and the Roaring 2020s!
Full conference registration 4/19 – 4/22 includes access to all sessions, keynote speakers, off-site tours (Tuesday), exhibitor hall, conference t-shirt, and the following:
NOTE: Dinner not provided Sunday and Monday nights.
Copper King Hotel is blocking out 100 rooms at a conference rate price of $99.00/night for each of the three nights of the conference April 19, 20, & 21. Please contact Copper King Hotel & Convention Center to book your stay BEFORE APRIL 1st. https://copperkinghotel.com
As we move into the 2020s let’s take a look back at the Roaring 1920s and celebrate our park history. If you have a park or other facility that was developed in and around the 1920s and have some pictures we would love to share the information at the conference. Please send high resolution pictures or memorabilia you’d like to display. Mail to JP Gallagher at the Butte-Silver Bow Parks Department at 1340 Harrison Avenue or email photos to Jocelyn Dodge at email@example.com.
First, become a member to get a coupon code for $50 off booth registration AND preferred exhibitor booth location!
Exhibitors Booth registration includes 10×10 booth and full access for ONE person to access all social events, food/drink at events, banquet meal, off site tours, sessions during the conference, and conference t-shirt. There is a fee for additional exhibitor attendees.
NOTE: MTRPA reserves the right to limit exhibit hall registrations to those firms providing products and services consistent with MTRPA’s mission and values. Assignments are generally made on a first-come, first-serve basis. MTRPA reserves the right to make final booth assignments. Registration confirmation will be sent upon receipt of your paid booth registration. The early bird registration ends March 1, 2020. Regular pricing starts March 2, 2020 and registration is open until filled. Register today!
MTRPA Conference held in Helena, MT, had a great productions of presenters and speakers and we want to say thank you. Below is a list of the powerpoints presented at the conference for you to visit.
The Montana Trails, Recreation & Park Association Annual Conference was be held October 15-17, at the Best Western Great Northern Hotel in Helena, MT. The conference theme was “Charged & Engaged- Maintaining Relevance Across Montana” highlighting strategies and methods for developing quality parks, trails, healthy built communities and programs while also providing insight and strategies on long term maintenance of these amenities.
Recap of Annual 2014 Conference
Recap of Annual 2013 Conference
Highlights of the Conference
MTRPA BUSINESS MEETING
MTRPA OFFICERS BEING SWORN IN
MTRPA STUDENT SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENTS
(L-R) Garrett Koepke, Katherine Bascom, Adam Woods, Doug Haberman, Past President MTRPA
(Nora Gartner, not present)
THE MONTANA DELEGATION ON THE BOAT CRUISE
LEAVING THE DOCK ON THE BOAT TRIP