The International
190SL Group

Santa Fe Convention
May 19-23, 2019 

Registration $125 per person
(includes Museum admissions; $50 discount for first time spouse)
On-Line Payment  Please register On-line
Registration From - Please download and mail to Bill
Convention Information Sheet - General information in printable form
Important: Please provide Bill with you and your spouse's shirt size and your trailer parking requirements.
After-The-Ball Information - General information about the ATB
Note: The "Resort Fee" amount can be adjusted upon arrival, do the best that you can with the reservation web page.

Convention Host Hotel:
The La Posada de Santa Fe

300 East Palace Ave, Santa Fe, NM 87501
No More rooms at contract rate!
Phone: Use
the reservation web site
Register May 19-23 under:
International 190SL Group $129 (plus $12 resort fee and $10 parking) per night,

No More rooms at contract rate!

Breakfast will be provided by the club

Alternate Hotels: The Drury Hotel, across the street, has rates from $169 - $229
The Sage Inn in the Rail Yard District, about a 5 minute drive, is a good economical alternative with rates starting at $92

After The Ball
Hosted by Bill Johnson &
Don Freese

May 23-25 Reservations:
5/23, Comfort Inn in Los Alamos, 505.661.1110, $104
5/24, Comfort Inn in Alamosa, 480.676.5495, $129
5/25, Days Inn in Trinidad, 719.497.8080, $115


Schedule of Events (Draft):

Sun: Check-In.
Welcome Reception

Mon: Concours, George O'Keefe Museum, Dinner event

Tue: Tour south and Pecos National Historical Park

Wed: Group Event, Canyon Road and History Museum, Awards Banquet

Thu: Breakfast meeting & depart

After the Ball:
View the Information Sheet

Thu: Tour to Los Alamos, NM

Fri: Tour to Alamosa, CO

Sat: Final night in Trinidad, CO

Bill Johnson
Cheri Ferbrache
PO Box 300683
Denver, CO 80203
Phone: 303-321-0370 .......................................


Come to Santa Fe, New Mexico

Next May, the 190SL Group will convene for our annual meeting in Santa Fe, New Mexico starting in the evening of May 19th. We will be housed at the La Posada de Santa Fe. The original building was built in 1882 for the Staub family and there's a possibility that Julia is still around. You're welcome to get rooms in the main building or in the casitas on the grounds. 
Santa Fe has been a capitol city since 1610 and New Mexico was first invaded by Europeans in 1539. It has a rich and brutal history of settlement and conquest. The attractions include numerous museums trying to explain and demonstrate this history. There's even Civil War history with the Battle of Glorieta Pass. Its way overblown description is the "Gettysburg of the West". More recently, Santa Fe is associated with the development of nuclear weaponry from late WWII to the present. The Pecos National Historic Park incorporates the battlefield site and ancestral ruins we'll visit. 

Santa Fe became an arts center early in the 1900s. Photography, painting, traditional and performance arts have been big. The museums and galleries representing these arts are numerous. The Georgia O'Keefe Museum well-
represents her work. Tours of her Ghost Ranch property and area are available and take the better part of a day to visit. With lots of advance planning, you'll be able to make reservations for tours. Think ATB, although some tours are only available during the Convention.

There are breweries and restaurants, of course. We will try to patronize a few of them while we are in Santa Fe.

Your job is to make a housing reservation as soon as possible. A link will be provided on the website soon.