• Information on local restaurants, as well as coupons
• Locations of banks and ATMs
• Directions to the local research repositories featured on Wednesday’s Bus Tour, with information on their hours and special collections. If you reach that saturation point with genealogy and need a break from the conference, we’ll also be able to tell you about fun things to do and places to see while in Springfield!
NERGC is committed to making sure that our 2017 Conference is open and accessible to all attendees, including those with needs related to mobility, hearing, vision, and diet. All dining and concession areas located within the Mass Mutual Center are ADA compliant, as are the restrooms, entrances, and elevators. Service animals are welcome. Here is more information about accessibility at the MMC.
Conference attendees with accessibility concerns, who may be in need of equipment, assistive hearing devices, special seating options and other accommodations should email Pamela Roberts, PT, EdD. or call her at 860-486-2406.
Note: Registrants with special meal requirements and/or mobility, hearing or visual special needs as
outlined in the American with Disabilities Act must detail those requirements in writing to NERGC by March 15, 2017.