Coming to Blue
Who should attend Blue?
Anyone who sits in the “blue seats” at Fairfax.cc should attend Blue!
Can I invite a friend/co-worker to Blue who does not attend Fairfax.cc?
Yes! Although Blue is not advertised to the general public, you may invite someone you know to register for Blue.
When do I check-in?
You can check in as early as 8:00 am on Thursday and 8:30 am on Friday.
What is included in the registration fee?
The conference notebook, break food and lunch on Friday are included in the registration fee.
Can I register the day of Blue?
You can register the day of Blue if there are tickets available.
Who qualifies for the student rate?
High school, undergraduate and graduate students (full or part time) qualify for the student rate.
Can I pay for just one day of Blue?
Blue registration fees are for both days. One day tickets are not available.
What type of confirmation will I receive?
You will receive a confirmation email immediately after you register for Blue.
What should I do if I need to cancel or change my reservation?
Email firstname.lastname@example.org for changes or cancelations.
Are there scholarships or discounts for Blue?
If you are unable to pay all or part of the fee for Blue, email email@example.com.
Do you offer refunds?
Refunds are available until March 31, 2016 and will incur a $10 processing/materials fee. No refunds will be issued after April 1.
Are the tickets transferable?
Yes, substitutions are permitted. Email firstname.lastname@example.org with the name and email address of the person who will be attending in your place.
The Blue Experience
What should I wear to Blue?
Conference attire is casual
Will there be food/drink available for purchase during Blue?
The Great Room Coffee Shop will be open during Blue and we will provide snack food and lunch on Friday.
Can I bring my child or nursing infant to Blue?
While children are important to us, Blue is an adult event and children and infants, including nursing infants, are not permitted in any of the sessions. Childcare is not available and there are no open rooms for parents to stay with their children. Mothers can nurse infants in the Nursing Mother’s Room where they can see/hear the sessions. However, infants cannot be brought into the sanctuary for Blue.
Can I sit in the Great Room and watch Blue?
Blue will be shown in the Great Room for people that need to stretch their legs or need a break. However, children will not be permitted in the Great Room during Blue.
Will there be a bookstore at Blue?
There will be select speaker books available for purchase at Blue.
Are there any volunteer opportunities at Blue?
We have a variety of volunteer opportunities available. Please email email@example.com for more information.
What if I have other questions that have not been answered?
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to ask other questions.
Hi My Friend,
I’d like to invite you to join me on March 24 & 25 at Blue Conference www.BlueConf.com
Blue is a two-day event designed to engage people thoughtfully in difficult conversations through curated talks (think Ted Talks). Together we’ll explore the ideas shaping our culture and explore how to find answers in a changing culture and embody the gospel in this moment. I think you’ll enjoy the conference so I already purchased a ticket for you. Here is a sample of the topics and speakers:
· Sexual Brokenness and the Hope of the Gospel // Steve Arterburn
· Race, Faith and Hope for America // Dr. Michael Waters
· Rediscovering God: Reconciling Faith and Science // Mike McHargue
· The Science of Feeding the World // Dr. Hongda Chen
· Parenting in a Digital Age // Dr. Steven Argue
· Q & A – Refugees and Politics
Please let me know if you can join me as soon as possible.