What to Expect

Is This Your First Time At A CCHS Event?

Here are a few tips to make the most of your weekend...

  • Registration will begin at 3:00pm on Thursday at the Claremont Doubletree, just inside the main lobby.
  • Plan to join us for a welcome dinner at The Walker House in San Dimas. (Directions)
  • The registration booth will open at 8:00am Friday and Saturday morning in front of the conference rooms - plan to stop here before the workshops begin to pick up your name badge and conference tote containing important meeting information, if you haven't already.
  • The registration booth will remain open throughout the course of the conference - please stop by at any time if you have questions!
  • Although we are offering three workshop tracks, you may attend workshops from any track - you don't have to stay within the same track all weekend.
  • The Full Weekend Pass allows access to all listed events.  This includes the Thursday night welcome dinner, the Friday Keynote Luncheon and the Saturday evening Awards Dinner. 
  • Wondering what to wear?  CCHS does request business casual attire throughout the conference and the Awards Dinner. Although this conference is in June, bring a light jacket for inside the conference rooms - they do get chilly!
  • Don't miss the History Fair taking place on Saturday at the Doubletree - this is a great time to network with other historical societies and see their projects!
  • Most of the events will take place at the Doubletree, however, there will the opportunity to go offsite - if you need a ride, or have extra space to give a ride, please visit the registration booth!
  • Have fun and feel free to ask questions!

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  • commented 2016-06-03 16:21:09 -0700
    When you register it is helpful to go through your conference tote to get the latest information and ask questions about any updates so you maximize your special historical time to your advantage. Be sure and make new friends.—Michael Otten