Guest Tours

Guests of attendees are a special part of the Annual Meeting.  The local committee takes great care to help make their time at the

meeting pleasant and entertaining by offering a variety of activities while attendees participate in the daily sessions.

 

Guest Registrations are a great value and include the Opening Welcome Icebreaker and unlimited entrance to the Exhibit Hall with all day coffee 

* Must have a Annual Meeting or Guest Registration to attend Guest Tours.

 

Guest Tour 1: Evergreen Aviation & Space Museum

DATE: 

Tuesday, September 15, 2020

 

TIME:

9:30am-4:00pm

 

LOCATION:

Departs from the Hotel Lobby

 

COST (per person): 

$65.00, $80.00 after 8/1/20

Photo Credit: Travel Portland

Take a tour and meet the brave men and women who flew the historic planes. Because many of the volunteer docents are veteran pilots, you may even hear a first-hand story from the cockpit. Whether the tour is with an expert volunteer or a veteran pilot, you’ll gain a unique insight into the captivating air and space exhibits. You’ll see all of the museum highlights from the gargantuan Spruce Goose to the sleek SR-71 Blackbird.

Guest Tour 2: Willamette Valley Wine Tour

Photo Credit: Travel Portland

DATE: 

Wednesday, September 16, 2020

 

TIME: 

9:30am - 4:00pm

 

LOCATION:

Departs from the Hotel Lobby

 

COST (per person): 

$120.00, $135.00 after 8/1/20

On the outskirts of Newberg, we will venture deep into Chehalem Mountains and explore some of the beautiful wineries scattered among the hills. Part of the Northern Willamette Valley AVAs, these wineries specialize in producing Pinot Noir grapes for which the region is famous. Other tantalizing varietals will delight our palette as we visit some of these wonderful wineries and enjoying the fruits of their endeavors.

 

Guest Tour 3: Johnston Ridge Observatory

Photo Credit: USGS

DATE: 

Thursday, September 17, 2020

 

TIME:

9:30am - 4:00pm

 

LOCATION:

Departs from the Hotel Lobby

 

COST (per person): 

$65.00, $80.00 after 8/1/20

 

Located at the end of State Highway 504 (52 miles east of Castle Rock), in the heart of the blast zone, the observatory hosts interpretive displays that tell the biological, geological, and human story of Mount St. Helens. Visitors to Johnston Ridge Observatory can enjoy multiple award-winning films, listen to ranger talks, observe the landscape, purchase souvenirs, or set off on a hike. A light lunch is included.

Guest Tour 4: Tour of the Columbia Gorge

Photo Credit: Travel Oregon

DATE: 

Friday, September 18, 2020

 

TIME:

9:30am - 4:00pm

 

LOCATION:

Departs from the Hotel Lobby

 

COST (per person): 

$85.00, $100.00 after 8/1/20

 

Travel the Old Historic Columbia River Gorge Scenic Highway, an engineering feat of its day, and learn about the geology and history of one of America’s great gorges.  The Old Highway, was designed to showcase the natural wonders of the Columbia River Gorge taking in the beautiful vistas and sheer cliffs, to its gorgeous waterfalls, including the famous Multnomah Falls, second highest water falls in the lower 48. A light lunch is included.

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AEG Meeting Manager

Heather Clark

T: 303-518-0618

Email (click here)

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