Hey, Biennial Newbie: 4 Sample Itineraries for Every Convention Experience
Not sure how to navigate your way through the Biennial schedule? Here are sample itineraries from past attendees who are already planning their own 2019 URJ Biennial experience. In each sample itinerary below, you’ll find valuable insider tips for first-timers, including explanations, considerations, and more. Check out the full Biennial schedule to start planning your time at the Biennial.
Want to connect with other Biennial attendees, including fellow first-timers? Be sure to join the Biennial 2019 group in The Tent, where you can ask questions, plan to meet up with others, and be the first to receive programming updates and other announcements as they become available.
Join a first-timers webinar:
Monday, December 2, at 8 - 9 PM ET
Biennial 2019 Chair, Alec Harris of Chicago Sinai Congregation
Biennial 2019 Vice Chair Anndee Levy of Stephen Wise Temple in Los Angeles
Biennial Director, Mark Pelavin
You can also plan to join us for one or both of our Biennial First-Timers Meetups, held Wednesday, Dec. 11, and Friday, Dec. 13, from 12:30pm-1:15pm. Check the schedule to learn more and to add it to your calendar.
On the final day of the Biennial, it’s time to say l'hitraot – see you soon! To extend your Biennial experience, check out our Biennial Extension opportunities – and as you head home, mark your calendars for the 2021 URJ Biennial, held December 8-11, 2021, in Washington D.C. (National Harbor).