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I was terrified when I took on the task of chairing an upcoming conference to be held at the Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies. Still, the deluge of rain at an outdoor conference did not dampen my behavior, and I was quick to deal with hiccups. At the first conference of conferences and events, I knew that R & ES would hold its annual conference in New Haven, Connecticut, but I had no idea what to expect.

The logistics management that YC & E provided was in the drawer, allowing GHLI's training program for healthcare executives to adequately showcase Yale's primacy. I could not have been more satisfied with the service and professional attitude in the organisation of the event. The staff of Conferences and Events was especially helpful in the first days when I needed the most support. Many resources from the department were brought into the program and tasks were taken on that would otherwise have burdened other team members.

The staff at conferences and events were among the most professional and I would be willing to work with them again and use their services in the future to manage major events.

Mommy and Poppins' CT schedule features some of the festival's most family-friendly programs. Join us for a special Story Time program that combines reading with museum exhibitions.

Make sure to visit the sculpture terrace of the Ancient Art Gallery and then relax in the sculpture garden. Visit the New Haven Museum of Natural History as soon as you reach Chapel Street, and take a felt art set and explore. Challenge your mind and solve puzzles that will help you leave New York City and be in an escape room. Turn around and stop at the Old Town Hall on your way back to your car before you reach Kapellenstraße and walk to the museum.

Visit the ranger station to get to know amphibians and reptiles, get close to the museum's collections in the Discovery Room, take part in nature programs and take a guided nature hike. Spend the afternoon in Edgewood Park, play on a separate Dead Playground, walk the sensor path across the pond, cross the pedestrian bridge, watch the games and visit the residents of Duck Pond. Stroll around the Old Campus of Yale to admire the architecture and touch the statues honoring Yale presidents from 1846 to 1871. Walk along the sundial, visit the ranger station, get to know amphibians and reptiles, stroll through the park and the Old Town Hall on Kapellenstraße and get up close and personal with some of its collections, such as the "Discovery Room."

Take a souvenir from the Natural History Museum collection, which includes more than 1,000 artifacts from around the world, including a replica of the Statue of Liberty.

The Atticus bookstore and café are located on the second floor of the New Haven Public Library, just across the street from the museum. Stay with the kids in the excellent children's book selection, which tempts you to stay long enough for your kids to browse through their selection.

In nearby Litchfield, Arethusa Farms has a farm where children can visit cows, goats, sheep, pigs, chickens and more. Get an insight into the animals in their stables and visit the farmhouse and barn.

Head to Lighthouse Point Park for a weekend and holiday cruise on the ancient L Lighthouse Point Carousel, stroll along the beach promenade and admire the lighthouse. Visit the historic Shubert Theater, where some of the theater's biggest names began, or enjoy the performing arts. Parking fees are charged, but you get lost in the New Haven Symphony, which is celebrating its 125th anniversary this year.

Lighthouse Point Park is home to almost every attraction, from the historic L.L.C. Carousel to the seafront promenade and the lighthouse itself.

Be sure to visit the art galleries when using the restroom, although you may want to check the artwork before sharing it with your children. I cannot stress enough how fantastic Megan is and how valuable she has been to the success of this conference. In addition, their hard work and impeccable coordination was recognized by every guest we have ever worked with and invited guests. She was on hand for every one of our events from the first day of the conference to our last day.

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