ONLINE REGISTRATION IS CLOSED
Please register at the event in Tucson if you plan to attend.
Early Registration: $75 (until June 15th) Advance Registration: $100 (until July 1st) Late Registration: $115 (available on-line until July 21st, after that
please register on-site)
Registration price includes conference folder, delegate packet, and a
continental breakfast served at the meeting venue.
Continental breakfast is included in the price of registration and
available on-site at the meeting venue. For those who want a heartier
breakfast, there are a number of diners and coffeehouses in the neighborhood.
We will offer lunch for $8.00 on Friday, Saturday and Sunday at the
Historic Y building, where the conference is taking place. Advance purchase requested. Please select vegan, vegetarian, or omnivore.
You can sign-up for lunches on our on-line registration page.
The Pima County Green Party will host a dinner presentation on border
issues at a nearby church on Friday night. Tickets for the event are
$11.50 on-line, and $15 at the door. Please select vegan, or chicken.
You can sign-up for this event, and our Saturday night concert on our
For dinner other nights, there is a rich variety of small bars, bistros,
coffeehouses, cafes, pubs, BBQs, lounges, internet cafes, burger joints,
pizza patios, sandwich shops, diners, pits, and restaurants in the neighborhood. The food choices range the continents, and include
vegetarian and vegan selections.
Dorm Rooms are available at the University of Arizona's Coronado Hall. Rooms are
suite-style, meaning two rooms share one bathroom. Single rooms are $35
per night and doubles are $25 per person per night. This includes all
bedding, towels, etc., and the room is made prior to arrival.
also has a meeting lounge on each floor, TV lounge, laundry room, and
vending machines. Computer access in dorms: one port/ room, your laptop
must be equipped with a "10 Base T" Ethernet adapter card and cord.
Parking is available at the
dorms for $2.50 per day M-F 9-5. You must reserve parking in advance, through the on-line registration
page. You can sign-up for dorms on our on-line registration
There are a number of hostels, campgrounds, and hotels -ranging in price. The rates below are based on booking ten or more rooms, and
prices are subject to change. There is an 8% sales tax, but also a 12%
bed tax, so 20% needs to be added on to the quoted rates.
Inexpensive Hotel Flamingo
$40 single, $50 double, $56 if 4 or 4 (on two queen beds). Bus service
plus some walking.
Mid-Priced Hotel Sheraton 4 Points, Tucson [This is the one on the other side of campus,
and requires a bus ride] $60 for 2, $5@ extra for 3-5 in a room, with
one in a rollaway, with 10 or more rooms. and Best
Western Royal, Inn 6 blocks, $75 for double.
Marriott, University 1-520-792-4100
$104 for single or double, $15/ person up to four per room, w 10 or more
Cheapest Roadrunner Hostel 346 E 12th St
$18/night (far side of downtown, 3-4 miles away, bus plus walking, and
Regrettably, there are no unionized hotel options.
AZ is a "right to work" state, and unions struggle here. Our state Green Party chair is a union
official, and our local Green Party held several solidarity events during the
recently settled strike of copper miners at ASARCO, so we have a deep commitment to labor. It is partly
because the hotels are not union that we have chosen an alternative meeting venue.
"The Green Party is no longer the alternative, the Green Party is the imperative" ~ Rosa Clemente