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Sacramento, CA - Saturday, May 11, 2002

Sacramento Convention Center Special Education Law & Advocacy - A Day with Pete & Pam Wright is being sponsored by Families for Early Autism Treatment (FEAT).

The program will be held at:

Sacramento Convention Center
1400 J Street, Room 204
Sacramento, California

Registrants will receive two books, Wrightslaw: Special Education Law and Wrightslaw: From Emotions to Advocacy (Retail: $59.90). These books will be used as texts for the program. A Box Lunch is included.

Cost:  By May 4: $50. per person, $65. per couple (one set of books, two lunches). *After May 4: $70./$85.

Registration: Signup Form and Agenda.
Please register early, space is limited.

Visit the FEAT site for more information
.

Parking: Several parking garages near the Convention Center. Map of Convention Center area

Directions: For directions, go to mapquest.com, type in your address and the address of the Sacramento Conference Center, 1400 J. Street, Sacramento, CA. Map of Sacramento

Airport: Sacramento International Airport (SMF) is 12 miles northwest of downtown Sacramento (10-15 minutes on Interstate 5). Service from these carriers: Alaska, American, Horizon, Southwest, United, TWA, Delta, America West, Continental, Northwest, and United Express.

Public Transportation: Bus service. Sacramento Regional Transit, Yolobus, El Dorado Transit (call 1-800-COMMUTE for information), Roseville Transit, and Greyhound Bus Line (800-321-2222) Taxi companies.

Accommodations: List of hotels in Sacramento.

Weather: Beautiful! Daytime highs in the 70's, lows in the 50's. Link to the page where we got this information. http://www.weatherforyou.com

Sacramento Convention CenterAttractions
Founded in 1849, Sacramento is at the heart of California history – the gold rush, Pony Express and first continental railroad began in Sacramento. The confluence of two large rivers is a short walk from City Hall. Attractions include Old Sacramento, Sutter's Fort, California Capital, Crocker Art Museum, Golden State Museum, Arboretum, and the Sacramento Zoo. Sacramento Visitors Guide

 

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