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The Blue Ridge facility can house approximately 50% of those attending the conference. People staying on-site usually benefit from and enjoy the conference most! Single and double occupancy rooming options are available for our three-day conference. Double occupancy is recommended by the YMCA. 

On-Site Accommodations

The Blue Ridge facilities provide a rustic, yet comfortable and clean, living experience. Items to include on your packing list might include cell phone and whatever “creature comforts” you might take with you to your lake cabin for a weekend getaway. For those interested in local hotel accommodations, information is on our webpage at www.blueridgeleadership.com and will be provided in your Registration Confirmation packet. Make your reservations early as the Fall colors bring large crowds of tourists to the Asheville area!**If you have special needs, please advise the facility.

Meals

 A Meal packet for five meals (Wednesday evening through Friday breakfast) for on-site and off-grounds guests may be purchased for $76.00 per person and is available through the Blue Ridge Assembly. People enjoy the dining experience—this is a mix and mingle time. For your Meals and Lodging Reservations, please complete and return the following form:

Atmosphere / Dress

Casual, relaxed, refreshing. Casual dress is appropriate at all times. Evenings and early mornings can be cool, so light jackets or sweatshirts are advised. Autumn days can be warm or cool, but usually the temperatures are mild; short sleeves are appropriate. Rain jackets and umbrellas would also be a good idea. In order to pack accordingly, we recommend checking the weather forecast for our zip code (28711) a few days before you arrive. Bring comfortable walking shoes—you will not be sitting still.

We encourage you to call us (334) 844-2870, because we enjoy talking about our Conference. If you haven’t spent time in the Asheville, NC, area in the fall season you will be in for a real treat. Of course, you can stay at a motel in Asheville, but most people will choose to live on campus at the Blue Ridge Assembly. Picture the fall colors half way up Black Mountain in October . . . . Spectacular!


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