REGISTRATION INFORMATION – PLEASE READ CAREFULLY
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REGISTRATION ON LINE: Complete all appropriate fields on pages 5 and 6 of this form and save to your computer with your information. Email your completed form file to firstname.lastname@example.org. Alternately, this form can printed and filled in manually, and either a scanned or photo copy of the form emailed.
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REGISTRATION BY MAIL: You may mail your registration form to the registrar. Response correspondence will be via e-mail unless you choose to have this sent via US Postal Service.
EARLY REGISTRATION: All registrations postmarked on or before July 14, 2017 will be considered First Day registrations.
CLASS ASSIGNMENTS: Every effort will be made to place registrants in their choice of classes. Class assignments will be mailed by October 1, 2017 and will include billing for any remaining registration fees, kit fees, and adjustments. Installment balances must be paid by February 1, 2018. Failure to pay by this date will result in cancellation of class assignments.
CLASS CHANGES: All change requests must be submitted to the registrar in writing/email. Changes requested after April 1, 2018 will incur a $50 Administrative fee. No fee will be assessed for adding classes or meal tickets. All changes are subject to availability and must be completed by May 1, 2018.
1. Participant Cancellation:
a. Cancelling participant must send cancellation notification in writing to email@example.com or call (214) 683-6966 to notify of cancellation to come in the mail. Mailed cancellations should be sent to the registration address below.
b. Cancellations postmarked on or before:
i. 60 days prior (April 13, 2018) to the opening of seminar will receive a refund less the nonrefundable registration and non-EGA member fees.
ii. 30 to 59 days prior (April 14 through May 13, 2018) to the opening of seminar will incur a $100 cancellation fee in addition to nonrefundable registration and non-EGA member fees.
iii. 0 to 29 days prior (May 14 through June 12) to the opening of the seminar, the seminar executive committee will review within 30 days of the close of seminar.
a) A full refund, minus the nonrefundable registration and non-EGA member fees, will be given in the event of the death of the registrant or a member of the immediate family, and acts of war regarding the registrant’s reassignment. Immediate family is defined as spouse, child, parent, parent-in-law, grandparent, grandchild, or sibling.
b) A partial refund may be granted in the event of serious illness of the registrant or an immediate family member, or a natural disaster preventing the registrant’s attendance. Consideration in determining the amount of the refund shall be given to the costs incurred by the seminar.
c. Kits will be distributed or kit fee refunded solely at the discretion of the teacher for cancellations received after April 13, 2018.
d. No refunds will be considered after 30 days of close of seminar.
2. In the event that SCR EGA cancels a class after students have been assigned and a student chooses not to attend seminar, the seminar fee less the nonrefundable registration and non-EGA member fees will be reimbursed. Any travel costs the student has incurred are solely the responsibility of the student.
FACILITIES USE POLICY: Anyone registered for two or more days of classes who does not stay at the designated hotel at the EGA-contracted rate will be charged a one-time facilities use fee of $100, unless alternate arrangements are approved by the seminar chair.
MEALS: Meal tickets may be purchased for guests and/or volunteers to attend lunches and the banquet. Favors will be distributed at meals upon submission of a meal ticket. Favors for those not attending a meal can be picked up at the information desk after the meal, upon presentation of a meal ticket. Favors will not be mailed.
MERCHANDISE NIGHT AND STASH SALE EVENT: Tables are $50 each for these events. See information in this brochure and sign up on the registration form.
CLASS SELECTION AND PROFICIENCY LEVELS. T
BASIC. No experience with the technique being taught is necessary.
INTERMEDIATE: Knowledge of basic stitches, materials, and their use in the technique being taught is required.
ADVANCED. Ability to execute simple and difficult stitches in the technique is required. The student also should have knowledge of color and design that will allow exploration and creativity.
ALL LEVELS. Class is suitable for all levels.