Join Us at AAHPERD's 124th National Convention and Exposition March 31-April 4

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Join Us at AAHPERD's 124th National Convention and Exposition March 31-April 4


Water, Sand, and Sunshine--Get Ready to Warm Up to Tampa Bay

Tampa Bay combines beautiful beaches with an area that's alive with the arts, sports, spas, world-class dining, and unique experiences.

Relax after a day of cutting-edge continuing education--smack a golf ball, attend a professional ballgame, or take a guided waterfront cruise for close-up views of playful dolphins. Extend your stay and watch as fine cigars are hand-rolled in Ybor City, stroll the lush grounds surrounding Tampa's first luxury resort, the Tampa Bay Hotel, now occupied by the Henry B. Plant Museum and University of Tampa, or watch the world's best entertainers at the Tampa Bay Performing Arts Center.

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From land or water, observe an abundance of birds in their natural habitats. Rest and relax at one of the many spas found throughout the area. Set your sights on admiring the area's colorful signature sunsets.

Tampa Attractions

Experience some of Tampa's many exciting attractions:

* Big Cat Rescue (home to over 148 large, exotic cats)

* Busch Gardens (a family adventure park offering thrilling rides, a premier zoo, live shows, restaurants, shops, and games)

* Centro Ybor (Tampa's Latin quarter and historic "Cigar Capital of the World")

* The Florida Aquarium (features more than 10,000 aquatic plants and animals)

* Lowry Park Zoo (features 2,000 animals on 56 acres of lush, natural habitats)

* Museum of Science and Industry (the largest science center in the southeastern U.S., with over 300,000 square feet of interactive exhibits)

* Tampa Bay History Center (follow in the footsteps of the first native inhabitants, Spanish conquistadors, pioneers, presidents, and railroad tycoons)

* Tampa Museum of Art (collections of Greek and Roman antiquities, as well as classical to contemporary sculpture, paintings, and photography)

* Salvador Dali Museum (the most comprehensive collection of Dali works outside of Spain)

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Many Voices ... One Mission

AAHPERD's National Convention and Exposition is really seven conventions in one. Attendees benefit from programming from AAHPERD's national associations and the Research Consortium, with new Program Topic Tracks for all sessions. Choose your sessions from the tracks that work best for you.

Best Practices: These sessions provide information about applied topics that facilitate implementation of professional services such as teaching, coaching, or program execution and leadership.

Research: Sessions involving dissemination of research findings.

Experiential: Hands-on activity sessions or demonstrations of activities or materials.

Trends & Issues: These sessions provide overviews of current professional or social problems in our field, new trends, recommendations for innovations, professional ethics and standards, advocacy topics, etc.

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