Bike & Pedestrian Trail Workshop has been postponed
This event has been postponed. We apologize for any inconvenience
NEW IPRA/Eppley Webinar Series
We’re excited to announce a NEW member benefit – distance learning. IPRA and the Eppley Institute have entered into a partnership that enables us to expand our educational offerings. On October 6th, we will begin hosting webinars on topics requested by members and presented by a range of experts. Oct. 6th, 1:00 PM ET – IPRA/Eppley Webinar Series #1 – Professional Development. Click here to register.
Combined Central & Southern District Meeting- October 20
Click here to join the combined Central and Southern District Meeting on October 20th at the Platform in Indianapolis. Come learn about the cultural trail and how to build successful partnerships! Click here to view the Platform parking availability.
Northern District Meeting- October 21
Click here to register for the Northern District Meeting on October 21. Come discuss the Central Park Plaza and learn about the partnerships that helped with the construction and operations for this project.
2015 Awards of Excellence
Attached here you will find the criteria and guidelines for the 2015 Awards of Excellence. Please note, the awards have new criteria this year. Submissions must be submitted by November 1st. Click here to submit an award via word document to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please follow through with an email or phone call to make sure your submission was received.
CPSI & AFO Training
Mark your calendars. AFO training will be January 5th and 6th at Krannert Family Center located in Indianapolis. To register for AFO click here. CPSI will not be held in conjunction with Conference this year. It will be held November 11-13 located in Carmel, Indiana. To register for CPSI click here.
2016 IPRA Conference Exhibitor & Sponsor
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