Special Events + Tours
Register for special events and tours when you register for the meeting. To receive a full refund, cancellations must be received in writing by email to firstname.lastname@example.org by close of business on July 26, 2019. Cancellations received after July 26, 2019 and no shows will be charged in full. Refunds, credits and adjustments will be issued after the meeting.
Foundation for Rural Service
Monday, September 23
6:30 p.m. – 10:00 p.m.
Cost: $150/per adult, $95/per child
The Foundation for Rural Service (FRS) invites you to a Backyard BBQ at the Mile High Station, this fall in Denver, CO. Come join us for an informal fun-filled evening complete with outdoor games like cornhole and giant Jenga, live country music and a delicious barbeque buffet in a unique and exciting venue. Be sure to pack your boots and your favorite pair of blue jeans—we're going to have one heck of a night!
Come one, come all. This fundraising event is open to everyone. All proceeds support FRS programs that focus on educational opportunities for rural youth, grow rural community grants and increase awareness of the issues challenging rural communities. Attending the Backyard BBQ is a great way to give back and also make a difference.
Tickets include roundtrip bus transportation between the Sheraton Denver Downtown Hotel and the Mile High Station. Buses will depart the hotel at 6:00 pm.
For more information about this event and how to become a sponsor, please contact us at (703) 351-2026
NTCA Rural Broadband PAC
An Evening Tour of Coors Field
Tuesday, September 24
6:30 p.m. – 9:30 p.m.
Cost: $150 per person
Did you ever dream of seeing a major league baseball field from the dugout like a player waiting to bat, or standing on the warning track like an outfielder about to steal a home run? Join us to make those dreams come true. Attendees will tour Coors Field, home of the Colorado Rockies, and see the unique aspects of the stadium – including the row of seats that are exactly a mile high and the humidor used to keep the balls from drying out in Colorado’s climate. Following the tour, we’ll dine on ultimate versions of ballpark favorites while enjoying the view of the Rocky Mountains.
This event is open to all attendees and benefits NTCA Rural Broadband PAC administrative fund, the Rural Telecommunications Administrative Fund (RTAF) and NTCA advocacy efforts.
Denver City Tour
Sunday, September 22
1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Cost: $89 per person
Experience two sides of Denver—a historic western town and thriving modern city—all in the same trip. Travel through the quiet tree-lined streets of Denver’s residential neighborhoods and journey back to the 19th century. Witness the elegance of historic Larimer Square and the Victorian mansions of Titanic survivor the "unsinkable Molly Brown" and others.
The tour also includes:
- A variety of cultural attractions, such as beautiful City Park, Civic Center Park, the gold-domed State Capitol, the United States Mint and the Denver Art Museum
- The bustling 17th Street, with its towering skyscrapers set against the backdrop of the Rocky Mountains.
- The 16th Street Mall, a multimillion-dollar pedestrian mall, located just a block away from bustling 17th Street, features a variety of restaurants, specialty shops and seasonal activities of all kinds.
At the end of this journey, you will no longer be a stranger to the Mile High City.
Denver Mountain Parks Tours
Monday, September 23
12:30 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Cost: $120 per person
This unforgettable four-hour tour displays Colorado’s variety of natural treasures. First stop is Red Rocks Park, the 250 million year-old geological creation named after its red sandstone monoliths. Take time to view the majestic Amphitheater setting as you stroll, explore, take photos and enjoy the views. Then, get your cameras ready as you journey up Bear Creek Canyon, the tranquil home to mountain communities and wildlife, such as elk, deer and buffalo. Homeward bound, visit the Buffalo Bill Cody Grave Site and Museum at Lookout Mountain, where you can witness breathtaking views. The tour continues past Golden, the home of Coors Beer, then we will head back towards Denver to end the tour.
Denver Botanical Gardens
Tuesday, September 24
1:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Cost: $85 per person
The Denver Botanical Gardens is one of the top-ranked botanical gardens in the U.S., with the goal to connect people with plants, especially plants from the Rocky Mountain region and similar regions around the world, providing delight and enlightenment to everyone.
Experienced Gardens docents share their knowledge of and passion for plants, horticulture and/or art with your guests. These informative conversations also give you the opportunity to ask questions, share your thoughts, experience perennial favorites and uncover lesser-known spaces.