What classes are you planning to take in Chicago? I plan to sign up for
8-4:00 Tour to Wilton and French Culinary school
6:30 working with chocolate Keith Ryder Hands on
9-11 Working with Fresh flowers Cheryl Bloomquist-Hands on
12-1 Wild Gerbersa And Side Designs-demo. Rosa Deortega Demo
4:30-5:30 FUn with Figures Mike Terry Demo
1:30-2:30 Truffles class Carpter (demo
4-10 Plan to take Chicago Tour
8:30 Nicholas Lodge - Gum Paste Bridal Flowers (demo)
11-12 Mike Modeling Chocolate
1:30-2:30 Debbie Brown Romantic Juliet Figurine
9:30-10:30 Pulle Sugar Laura Ragano
12:30-1:30 Inspirations for Sugar Paste Wedding Design and Cake tops
Does anyone want to share what they plan to sign up for ? I can't wait for March 1st online. I am taking that day off from work so I can sign up?
If anyone has any tips and recommends about demos? Please share?
Also when is the best day to shop for vendors? I read in a previous thread the first few hours are crazy people pushing and shoving--is that true?
Well hope to hear from other cc members with your planned schedule or recommendations for 1st time ICes convention attendees like me.
i started a thread too about the ICES registration but haven't gotten much feedback.
I am limited with time and money so am only going to take a few demos/and hand's on but I'll be interested in an answer to your question about the vendor hall and how crazy it can be.
months ago i saw a tread on attending conventions and have been trying to find it again.