Save the date for the 2020 National Self-Help Housing Conference in Albuquerque, New Mexico, Feb. 4-6, 2020. This will be a great opportunity for self-help grantees to learn and network with other grantees and USDA RD. There will be no registration fee this year. Register online by clicking the "REGISTER NOW" button below. (Please view session descriptions below before proceeding to the registration page, or click here for printable brochure.)
We hope you come to the conference for all of the learning and networking … but New Mexico is the Land of Enchantment and visiting Albuquerque allows you to experience the REAL Southwest. Albuquerque is one of the oldest cities in the United States but Native Americans were in the area for centuries before, giving the state a diversified culture that is as unique as the land itself. Best known for its 13 Pueblos, Route 66, and extraordinary conditions for hosting one of the largest balloon fiestas in the world, New Mexico is an eclectic mix of Native American cultural variety, Mexican traditions and Catholic history. You will know you’re someplace special, whether you’re eating at traditional New Mexican restaurants, enjoying unique shops and galleries around town or enjoying the culture and beauty of the land.
Restaurants, breweries, museums, wine bars, billiards, dance clubs, live music, and tango and salsa dancing can all be found nearby. From the classic Nob Hill area off neon sign laden Route 66, or enchanting Old Town which is home to many unique shops, galleries, boutiques and restaurants, Albuquerque has something for everyone.
Other highlights are: Rail Runner to Santa Fe, Route 66 Tour, Sky City Acoma, Sandia Peak Tramway, and Albuquerque Ghost Walk Tour.
Check out Visit Albuquerque for a list of activities, nightlife, restaurants, cultural activities and more at www.visitalbuquerque.org.
Book your room online at www.hyatt.com/en-US/group-booking/ALBUQ/G-RCAC. Book your sleeping room using group code “G-RCAC” before January 20, 2020 to get the Self-Help Conference rate of $96.00 a night. Rooms are limited, so please book early. In the event that the rooms reserved for the conference have sold out, please contact the conference organizer at 580-326-5165.