[JPL] IAJE info

Tom Mallison tomthejazzman at earthlink.net
Tue Oct 17 11:56:21 EDT 2006


My understanding is that things begin Wednesday around 6 PM and then the
Concert.  Registration is open most of the day on Wednesday.  Looking
forward to seeing you.  I am coming in on Tuesday afternoon late so I can
catch a Broadway matinee Wednesday afternoon before all of the convention
really kicks off big time.  ALOHA  Tom


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> From: Eric Jackson <eric-jackson at comcast.net>
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> Does any one have any info on the schedule for IAJE? I'm trying to book
my 
> hotel and I'm trying to figure out if I should arrive on the 9th or 10th. 
> Will there be activities for non-officers during the day on Wednesday or
will 
> the official opening be about 6 pm with evening concerts scheduled? If
that's 
> the case, I don't need to arrive until Wednesday the 10th but if there
are AM 
> sessions on the 10th, I think I'd like to arrive on the 9th. Anybody have
any 
> information?
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