2020 Biennial Meeting
Grand Hyatt Hotel, Denver CO | March 30 - April 3, 2020
With 300 days of annual sunshine, award-winning dining, world- class museums and natural beauty from the Rocky Mountain backdrop, Denver blends urban sophistication with outdoor adventure in colorful Colorado. Come experience all that The Mile High City has to offer!
DENVER QUICK FACTS
Called "The Mile High City" because Denver's elevation is approximately 1 mile (5,280ft.) above sea level
Denver was featured in Travel + Leisure's Best Places to Travel in 2016
The seven-county Denver metro area is roughly the size of Connecticut
Denver is the capital of Colorado, the "Centennial State" (Colorado was established in 1876)
DENVER THINGS TO DO
Catch a sports game - Denver has 7 professional sports teams and six sports stadiums.
Explore the 16th Street Mall & historic Larimer Square - 16th Street Mall is a mile-long pedestrian promenade lined with trees, street cart vendors, and sidewalk cafes.
And just one block south is Denver's oldest and most historic block - Larimer Square: home to the first saloons and businesses in The Mile High City.
Sip a Brew - Denver brews more beer than any other city. Take a self-guided tour along the Denver Beer Trail and sample the craft beer paradise at hot spots like Wynkoop Brewing Company, Great Divide Brewing Company and Breckenridge Brewery or tour the Coors Brewery, in nearby Golden, CO - the largest single brewing site in the world.
Take a walk - Denver has the largest city park system in the country with more than 200 parks within the city and 14,000 acres of parks in the nearby mountains, including spectacular Red Rocks
Park & Ampitheatre.
Hug the Blue Bear - The 40-foot-high Blue Bear in front of the Colorado Convention Center is just one of many public art sculptures to be discovered around town, part of Denver's love of the arts. Metro Denver collects more public money for the arts, per capita, than any other U.S. city.
And look for, the fabulous murals, and the friendly Denverites!