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Writers' Day Directions and Parking Information

Writers' Day 2017:  Saturday April 1 on the SNHU Campus

Please take a moment to read over these instructions and consult the Southern New Hampshire University campus MAP.  Park, lest you be towed, in the Visitor’s Parking Lot 12-C'V or Lot 26-C. Be warned: There may be hills involved, so plan accordingly.  Head North to the Dining Center (Building 21 on the campus map). Go up the stairs you'll see right in front of you (or go left through the doors to the cafeteria, then make a right, and take the elevator). Registration and the keynote speech is on the second floor. You'll get your folder, nametag, lunch ticket, and schedule.

Registration opens at 8 a.m. The Welcome starts promptly at 8:50 a.m.
 

GPS Direction and Address:

Southern New Hampshire University

2500 North River Road

Hooksett, NH 

 

Google Maps link to SNHU: https://tinyurl.com/GMapsSNHU


Where do I park?

Park in Parking Lot 12-C’V or Lot 26-C' across from SNHU’s main entrance (this puts you on the same side of the road as the Dining Center where all main events will take place). 

 

Where do I go?

Come to the Registration Desk located in the Banquet Hall on the second floor of the Dining Center, shown as building 21 on the campus map. Here you will receive a folder with your customized information for the day, including your schedule, workshop locations, lunch ticket, and other details.

 

Where do I get my lunch?

From 12:30 p.m. - 1:30 p.m., a buffet lunch will be available in the Banquet Hall in the Dining Center.

 

What should I bring?

Pencil/pen, notepad, and a laptop if you like (the WiFi can be squirrely). If you'd like to buy books, raffle tickets, or our new limited-edition NHWP merchandise, you'll need cash and/or checks. The Gibson's book table will accept credit cards.

 

Raffle:

Buy raffle tickets at the NHWP table in the Banquet Hall. Tickets are $1 each or 6 for $5. This is a great way to support the Writers’ Project.

 

NHWP Code of Conduct:

Attendees must respect common-sense rules for public behavior, personal interaction, common courtesy, and respect for private property and personal space.  Harassment of any kind, from intimidation to illegal behavior will not be tolerated. Violation of this policy can result in action ranging from warnings to having your membership revoked without refund to permanent banning. Action by the organization does not preclude the injured individual from pursuing whatever civil or criminal remedies as they see fit. If you feel you are being harassed, please let organizers know. You will be treated with respect, and your concerns will be taken seriously. All names involved will be kept confidential to the extent possible.