Lodging Information Updated06 May

The travel and lodging blog post has been updated with the hotel block information, and contact info for the homestay coordiantor. Click here to view the updates.


Find a Roomie!01 May

Looking to share a hotel room with a fellow conference-goer?  There are two ways to go:  Post a request or an offer in the brand new Conference Time Bank, or post a message here!

Please be aware that if you already have an account with your Time Bank on Community Weaver, you’ll need to use a different email address to join the Conference Time Bank.


Conference Registration Now Open!30 Apr

Click HERE to register online for the 2009 TimeBanks USA Conference.  Students, full-time service corps members and individuals seeking scholarships should contact before registering.


Conference Schedule available05 Mar

Click here for the most recent version of the conference schedule.

Updated link 4/17/09.

Travel To Madison

travel bannerMadison is a great place to visit! One of only a few cities in the world built on an isthmus, Madison has become a destination mecca for national and international meetings and conferences, offering both small town charm and a range of cultural and recreational opportunities usually found in much larger cities.  Voted the Friendliest City in the Midwest, Madison sports the best of all worlds with incredible natural beauty, limitless outdoor recreation activities year-round, an amazing array of cultural opportunities, fabulous shopping, and superb dining. Downtown Madison, set on a narrow strip of land between two glacial lakes, is very pedestrian-friendly, and within walking distance of the Concourse Hotel. Read more about travel and lodging.

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