Structure of the Week
- The Summer Symposium (fondly known as Summer Camp) will begin on Monday July 16th, 8 AM and end Friday July 20th at noon. Each participant’s presence is required for the entire conference. Kindly arrange your travel so that you do not leave the session before noon on Friday. (Be sure and check the airport travel times listed below in our Travel Tips section.)
- Breakfast buffet is available from 6:30 each morning in the Dining Room.
- Structured interactive learning sessions will occupy each morning.
- Morning academic sessions start promptly at 8 AM in the Terrace Ballroom (on the lower level); will include two breaks for phone calls, emails, etc. During the morning sessions, we ask participants to be “fully present”, i.e., put aside smart phones and refrain from emailing or texting. In exchange for this commitment, the leadership group and faculty agree to provide breaks as scheduled and to structure afternoon activities to allow time for personal and professional communications.
- Afternoon Summer Symposium activities promote shared experiences and additional informal conversation among symposium participants. Activity choices will reflect a spectrum of interests; details will be sent later.
- Afternoon activities are resort friendly so pack according to your level of interest; previous years’ offerings have included yoga, hiking, canoeing, swimming, biking, golf, jewelry creations, museum outings, scavenger hunts, garden walks and lectures.
- Attire can be comfortable and casual…jeans and shorts are encouraged! Dress in layers due to A/C in conference rooms. Bring sneakers or comfortable walking shoes.
- Nothing will be scheduled on Wednesday afternoon and evening, leaving that time free.
- Families and guests are welcome to join afternoon and evening activities for an additional fee of $75 per person.
Welcome Reception • Sunday, 6pm
- ALL CAMPERS are invited to a 6:00-7:00 PM Sunday, Welcome Reception, hosted by the Interprofessional Leadership Team. Come say “hello” to new and old friends.
- We will be dining as a group after the reception. Please watch for correspondence as we get closer to the event date for reservation details.
Special Welcome for Family and Guests
We continue to extend a warm welcome to family members and other guests. Recognizing their wonderful contributions to this special week, we will offer name badges and special-colored lanyards for guests to wear at meals and other appropriate activities. Please provide the requested information as part of your registration. We will invite participants to introduce their guests at dinner on Monday.
- Please plan your travel arrangements so you will be present for the entire symposium – from 8 AM Monday, July 16 through noon Friday, July 20. If your travel plans allow you to attend the Welcome Reception at 6 PM on Sunday and/or dinner at 7pm, we’d love to see you.
- Participants are responsible for making and funding their own travel arrangements to/from Lake Morey.
Airport Information – Please consider estimated driving times to/from Lake Morey Resort when choosing your flights. We ask that you do not leave the resort before noon on Friday.
Boston (BOS) 2.5 hrs
Burlington (BTV) 2 hrs
Hartford (BDL) 3 hrs
Lebanon (LEB) .5 hrs
Manchester (MHT) 1.5 hrs
Driving Directions – Lake Morey Resort is located in the heart of Vermont; just off I-91, Exit 15, on the VT/NH border.
From South turn left off exit ramp; from the North turn right. Take first right (granite Lake Morey Resort sign on corner). Follow the golf course (on left) and take the first left onto Clubhouse Rd. Resort is on the right.
For your GPS: 1 Clubhouse Road, Fairlee, VT 05045 – Phone (802) 333-4311
Amoskeag Airport Service http://skeag.com/
Service from Manchester to Lake Morey Resort and from Hanover to Lake Morey Resort. Please arrange for service in advance.
Dartmouth Coach http://www.dartmouthcoach.com
Service from Boston to Hanover Inn only. Please arrange in advance for taxi service (Upper Valley Ride or Amoskeag) from the Hanover Inn to Lake Morey Resort.
We’ll also have a “Ride Share” sign-up available to campers by July 1.
Additional Tidbits and Hints
LAKE MOREY RESORT
- Lake Morey Resort is a family owned resort. Their golf course is one of the premier golf courses in the country. The conference rooms have a beautiful view of the 600-acre crystal clear lake.
- Lake Morey Resort offers a guest business office with a computer, internet, telephone, and a printer. Front desk keeps the key. Cell phone coverage is good for major carriers.
- Photocopying and Fax services are available but limited.
- All activities & meals at the resort are prearranged for Summer Camp participants.
- Address: 1 Clubhouse Road, Fairlee, VT 05045; Phone: (802) 333-4311
- For more on the Resort, please visit www.lakemoreyresort.com
Questions? – If you have any questions please feel free to contact Jane at firstname.lastname@example.org