Thanks so our generous sponsors, the conference registration is free.
Deadline to register is: Saturday, August 11, 2018
All ancillary events are Free to registered AJCU-HR attendees but registration is required to attend.
Garage offers 35,000 square feet of event space in the vibrant Capitol Hill neighborhood.
Within a 1930’s automotive brick building is 7 bars, 20 bowling lanes, 25 pool tables, private rooms, and an all-season patio to make your event a uniquely Seattle experience.
See some of Seattle’s most famous landmarks from the water during this guided harbor cruise that has been running since 1949. Hop aboard, and head to either the lower deck or upper sun deck to take in stunning views of Mt. Rainier, the Space Needle, and the Seattle Great Wheel. With an easy-to-find meeting spot and commentary throughout the cruise, you’re sure to have a stress-free time.
Most definitely a bucket list item for many, the Space Needle is certainly Seattle’s most iconic structure. Journey skyward for amazing views, fine dining and an experience you’ll never forget. At a height of 605 feet, the Space Needle boasts fabulous 360 degree views that include Mt. Rainier, Puget Sound, the Olympic and Cascade Mountains, the beautiful city of Seattle and beyond.
Chihuly Garden and Glass – Tracing the art and career of world-renowned glass artist Dale Chihuly, Chihuly Garden and Glass has, at its center, the stunning Glasshouse: a 40-foot tall, glass and steel structure covering 4,500 square feet of light-filled space containing an expansive 100-foot long sculpture in a color palette of reds, oranges, yellows and amber.
Open year-round, this is Seattle’s most iconic attraction — and it’s filled with tasty treats. There’s so much to love about Pike Place Market. Aisles of gleaming fruits and vegetables, tables overflowing with fresh floral bouquets, and booth after booth selling all manner of locally made jewelry, clothing and gifts. It’s also a great place to enjoy many fantastic eateries serving prepared dishes. When you’re not sure what kind of food you’re in the mood to eat, just head to Pike Place Market and sample a little of everything or hop on one of several market tours that focus on food, history, or a little of both. There’s also the whole fish-throwing thing, too.