Margaret Macneale, Minnesota

ADS 2019 convention site selected – Minneapolis MN!

March 5, 2018
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Categories: American Daffodil Society, Daffodil Enthusiasts, General, Show Prep and Exhibiting, Shows, Societies and groups

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The Daffodil Society of Minnesota is excited to invite you to the 2019 ADS convention and show, to be held in Minneapolis, Minnesota May 2-5, 2019!  We will provide many more details during our “invitation” presentation on Sunday evening at the upcoming Nashville convention.  But here are just a few tidbits to tempt you to extend your spring and set aside the early May 2019 dates: LOW hotel room rates ($105 king, $110 queen/queen), FREE shuttle to/from the airport (only 15 minutes away), and wonderful TOURS.  We also hope to have a fun boutique.  And the show itself will be as gorgeous as always.  (If you are in to shopping, the Mall of America is also a free shuttle trip away, and Minnesota has no sales tax on clothing!)

For those of you who attended the 2015 fall board meeting in Minneapolis, the 2019 convention and show will be held in the same Hilton hotel.  But it has been completely renovated since then, and is gorgeous!

Stay tuned for more details, and we hope to see you in Nashville in a few weeks, and again in Minneapolis May 2-5, 2019!

Margaret Macneale, 2019 ADS Convention Chair

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3 Responses to ADS 2019 convention site selected – Minneapolis MN!

  1. Glenna Graves, Virginia
    March 5, 2018 at 10:07 am

    Wonderful, I was wondering where the next convention would be! You all are so good !!! Glenna

  2. Kathleen Simpson, West Virginia
    March 5, 2018 at 11:25 am

    Yea!  I love Minneapolis and haven’t been there in almost 10 years.  Some of my favorite business trips were there, especially since my project manager gave me a membership to the Arb.  So many excellent bookstores!  And restaurants!  And museums!  And little lakes – many of them edged in lilacs!  And a very nice water filter factory, of which I am extremely proud.

  3. Ceci Brown, Virginia
    March 7, 2018 at 12:26 am

    Fantastic location to end the daffodil season.