POCKET GUIDE FOR SGMP
Table of Contents Illustrated Guide & Map......................................................2 Walking Directions..............................................................4 Welcome Table Locations.....................................................6 Transportation Options........................................................6 Emergency Contact Information..........................................6 NEC Agenda-at-a-Glance.....................................................7 Opening Reception Venue Layout......................................10 Restaurant Guide...............................................................12 Harborfest®.........................................................................14 Host City Sponsors............................................................16 •1•
Norfolk is vibrantly alive and bursting with opportunities for history and culture, outdoor recreation, shopping, dining and entertainment. Our city offers guests adventure all day long and into the night.
An illustrated guide
Norfolk Botanical Garden
Waterside Festival Marketplace & Town Point Park
Norfolk International Airport
Harrison Opera House
Chrysler Museum of Art
MacArthur Center Mall
Pagoda Garden Tea House
Martin Luther King, Jr. Monument
Moses Myers House
Willoughby Bayler House
alf Moone Cruise & H Celebration Center
American Rover Tall Ship
Norfolk Waterside Marriott
Sheraton Norfolk Waterside Hotel
ourtyard by Marriott C Downtown Norfolk
Spirit of Norfolk
Walking Directions Walking Directions from the Sheraton to Half Moone • Exit the Sheraton, turn LEFT, and walk towards Waterside Festival Marketplace. • Continue pass Waterside Festival Marketplace and pass Town Point Park on the LEFT. Please use the outer sidewalk along the park. • Turn LEFT at the stoplight at the intersection of Waterside Dr. & Main St.
Walking Directions from the Sheraton to Norfolk Scope • Exit the Sheraton, turn LEFT, and walk towards Waterside Festival Marketplace. • Turn RIGHT at the stoplight at the intersection of Waterside Dr. & Atlantic St. • Continue on Atlantic St. until the Bean There Café at the intersection of Atlantic St. & City Hall Ave. • Turn LEFT onto City Hall Ave. Take the next RIGHT onto Monticello Ave. • Continue on Monticello Ave. passing MacAuthur Center Mall on your right. • At the intersection of Monticello Ave. & Charlotte St., the Norfolk Scope will be in front of you. There are two staircase entrances to the Scope Plaza: one on Monticello Ave. and one on Charlotte St.
Walking Directions from the Sheraton to MacArthur Center Mall • Exit the Sheraton, turn left, and walk towards Waterside Festival Marketplace. • Turn RIGHT at the stoplight at the intersection of Waterside Dr. & Atlantic St. • Continue on Atlantic St. until the Bean There Café at the intersection of Atlantic St. & City Hall Ave. **Note** MacArthur Center Mall will be directly infront of you. • Turn LEFT onto City Hall Ave. and take the next RIGHT onto Monticello Ave. • MacAuthur Center Mall Main Entrance will be on the right.
Walking Directions from the Marriott to Half Moone • Exit the Marriott, turn LEFT on Main St., and walk towards Martin’s Ln. • At the END of Main St. cross over Waterside Dr., the Half Moone Cruise and Celebration Center will be in front of you. •4•
Walking Directions from the Marriott to Norfolk Scope • Exit the Marriott, turn RIGHT on Main St. • Turn LEFT on Atlantic St. • Continue on Atlantic St. until the Bean There Café at the intersection of Atlantic St. & City Hall Ave. • Turn LEFT onto City Hall Ave. and take the next RIGHT onto Monticello Ave. • Continue on Monticello Ave. passing MacAuthur Center Mall on the right. • At the intersection of Monticello Ave. & Charlotte St., the Norfolk Scope will be in front of you. There are two staircase entrances to the Scope Plaza: one on Monticello and one on Charlotte Street.
Walking Directions from the Marriott to MacArthur Center Mall • Exit the Marriott, turn RIGHT on Main St. • Turn LEFT on Atlantic St. • Continue on Atlantic St. until the Bean There Café at the intersection of Atlantic & City Hall Ave. **Note** MacArthur Center Mall will be directly in front of you. • Turn LEFT onto City Hall Ave. and take the next RIGHT onto Monticello Ave. • MacAuthur Center Mall Main Entrance will be on the right. •5•
Welcome Table Locations PLEASE STOP BY THE WELCOME TABLE TO RECEIVE YOUR GIFT BAG! Welcome Tables staffed with VisitNorfolk advisors are located at:
The Marriott and Sheraton hotel lobbies: Tuesday – Noon – 5pm Marriott – 3rd Floor Confoy Registration; Sheraton – Lobby: Wednesday & Thursday – 9am – 5pm Marriott – 3rd Floor Confoy Registration; Sheraton – Lobby: Friday – 8am – Noon Additional Visitor Information at VisitNorfolk, 232 East Main Street, 757-664-6620
Transportation Options THERE ARE TWO COMPLIMENTARY TRANSPORTATION OPTIONS DOWNTOWN: T he NET – The Norfolk Electric Transit is a free shuttle bus providing stops along a 2.2-mile route throughout the downtown area. NET stops are displayed prominently throughout the city. Monday through Friday from 6:30am until 11:00pm. Weekend service is provided from noon until midnight on Saturdays and noon until 8:00pm on Sundays. F .R.E.D. – Free Ride Every Day! F.R.E.D. is a battery-operated golf cart able to carry up to 5 passengers. It operates Monday – Thursday: 7:30am - 10pm; Friday: 7:30am – Midnight; Saturday: 11am - Midnight.; Sunday: 10am - 7pm. Call 757-478-7233.
Emergency Contact Information Norfolk Waterside Marriott: 235 East Main Street; 757-627-4200 Sheraton Norfolk Waterside: 777 Waterside Drive; 757-622-6664 Half Moone Cruise & Celebration Center: One Waterside Drive; 757-664-1000 Norfolk Scope: 201 E. Brambleton Avenue; 757-664-6464 Sentara Norfolk General Hospital: 600 Gresham Drive; 757-388-3000 Pharmacies: M acArthur Pharmacy; 261 Granby Street; 757-533-6566 Rite Aid Pharmacy; 525 West 21st Street; 757- 625-6073 •6•
Wednesday, June 8
12:00 - 6:00pm Registration Open Cyber Café Open Silent Auction Open - Day 1 of 2 12:00 - 11:00pm Recharge Room Open - Day 1 of 2 12:00 - 2:00pm Chapter Presidents’ and Second Vice Presidents’ Meeting (by invitation only) Gilmer Institute of Learning Trustees Meeting (by invitation only) 2:15 - 3:00pm CGMP Recertification Overview 3:00 - 4:30pm So You’re New to SGMP (New Member Orientation) 3:00 - 4:00pm Chapter Operations Training (Communications) Chapter Operations Training (Treasurers) 4:15 - 5:15pm Chapter Operations Training (Membership) Chapter Operations Training (Programming) 6:30 - 9:00pm Welcome Reception (first NEC event open to all attendees)
Thursday, June 9
7:00am - 3:00pm Exhibitor Set-Up (except during General Sessions) 7:00am - 6:00pm Registration Open Cyber Café Open Silent Auction Open - Day 2 of 2 8:30 - 10:00am General Session: Breakfast, Opening Ceremony and Keynote Speaker Rear Admiral Marty Evans (ret) 10:15 - 11:15am Education Sessions: Doing Business with the Federal Government State of the Art Seating Social Media Success for Event Planners Just Jump! Careers Strategies for the Future Communicating for Results Working the FBO Website •7•
Thursday, June 9 (cont.)
Thursday, June 9 (cont.)
11:30am - 12:30pm Education Sessions: Alphabet Soup and Grilled Cheese: Navigating Government Anagrams I’ll Take Hodge Podge for $1000 Planning International Meetings Communicating with Confidence Blackberry and Meeting Etiquette for Maximum Engagement Best Practices for Site Selection and Government Meetings Management 12:45 - 2:15pm General Session: Plated Lunch and State of the Society presentation 2:30 - 3:30pm Education Sessions: Persuading Others to Your Point of View Are Your Meetings Accessible to Everyone? Working Effectively with Generation Y A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Government Meeting The Leader as Coach How to Read and Respond to a Federal Solicitation to Win the Business 3:45 - 4:45pm Education Sessions (Repeated): Persuading Others to Your Point of View Are Your Meetings Accessible to Everyone? Working Effectively with Generation Y A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Government Meeting The Leader as Coach How to Read and Respond to a Federal Solicitation to Win the Business 5:00 - 6:00pm Education Sessions: Body and Mouth: A Sales Pitch with Magnum Force Are You a Planner, Crammer or Slammer? SMM and Government Meetings The Power of Emotional Connection How to Survive in the Middle of the Food Chain Creating Successful Relationships with the Government 6:00 - 11:00pm Recharge Room Open - Day 2 of 2 •8•
7:00 - 7:30pm 7:30 - 9:30pm 9:30 - 11:00pm
Sam Gilmer Awards Cocktail Reception Sam Gilmer Awards Banquet Live Auction
Friday, June 10
7:00am - 12:00pm Exhibitor Set-Up (except during General Session) Registration Open Cyber Café Open 8:30 - 10:00am General Session: Continental Breakfast and Keynote Speaker Rebecca Pace 10:15 - 11:15am Education Sessions: Forget Networking… It’s About Connections SGMP - We’re a People Business Professional Best Practices Roundtables Get Control! The Art of Leadership Military-Style Self-Defense for Professional Women 11:30am - 12:30pm Education Sessions (Repeated): Forget Networking… It’s About Connections GMP - We’re a People Business Get Control! The Art of Leadership Military-Style Self-Defense for Professional Women 12:45 - 3:45pm Expo with lunch 1:45 - 2:45pm Education Session (Repeated): SGMP Benefits for Non-Exhibiting Suppliers (by invitation only) 3:45 - 7:00pm Exhibitor Breakdown 4:00 - 6:00pm Tech Fair with GSA presentation and Keynote Speaker John Sileo 7:00pm - 12:00am Supplier Hospitality Night (optional, independently-hosted events)
Saturday, June 11 Area Sites & Tours (independently-reserved post-conference events) •9•
Gaming & Activity Lounge Area
Join VisitNorfolk for a Night Among the Stars! Half Moone Cruise & Celebration Center Wednesday, June 8, 2011 6:30 pm Special Guests: Alec Mazo and Edyta Sliwinska of Dancing with the Stars • 10 •
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Downtown Restaurant Guide The 219 American Bistro 3 Way Café 456 Fish A Latte Café AJ Gators Baxter’s Sports Pub Bean There Café Big Easy Grill & Oyster Bar Bistro Black Tuna Bar & Grille Bobbie B’s Deli Bodega Brown Bag Café Byrd & Baldwin Brothers Café Nordstrom California Pizza Kitchen Chili’s Bar and Grill Chocollage City Dock Crema Café Cuisine & Company D’Egg Diner The Dining Room Dominion Deli Domo Japanese Restaurant & Sushi Bar Doumar’s Empire Little Bar & Bistro Espeto na Brasa Famous Uncle Al’s Hot Dogs Fahrenheit Freemason Abbey Gourmet Gang Granby Bistro & Deli Granby Street Pizza Gustos Havana Hell’s Kitchen Hits at the Park
219 Granby St. 216 E. Plume St. 456 Granby St. 321 Granby St. 244 Granby St. 500 Granby St. 223 City Hall Ave. 111 Tazewell St. Courtyard Marriott Crowne Plaza 433 Granby St. 442 Granby St. 500 E. Main St. 116 Brooke Ave. MacArthur Center MacArthur Center MacArthur Center 201 College Place Sheraton Norfolk Waterside 999 Waterside Dr. Chrysler Museum of Art 204 E. Main St. Norfolk Waterside Marriott Dominion Tower 273 Granby St.
627-2896 625-3WAY 625-4444 625-2326 622-5544 622-9837 623-5282 227-6222 963-6000 627-5555 623-7444 622-8527 963-6671 222-9191 314-1111 622-7190 627-7440 533-5335 622-2868 623-6434 333-6291 626-EGGS 627-4200 622-9434 628-8282
American American Seafood Deli/Café American/ American Café Seafood American American Deli/Café Mediterranean Deli/Café Steakhouse Deli/Café American American Deli/Café Deli/Café Deli/Café Deli/Café American American Deli/Café Japanese
1919 Monticello Ave. (GHENT) 245 Granby St. 233 Granby St. 155 Granby St. 437 Granby St. 209 W. Freemason St. 440 E. Main St. 225 Granby St. 235 Granby St. 271 Granby St. 255 Granby St. 124 Granby St. Harbor Park
627-4163 626-3100 313-4363 625-8319 965-8367 622-3966 640-1065 622-7003 622-5084 626-0005 627-5800 624-1906 624-1048
Barbeque Eclectic Brazilian American American American Deli/Café Deli/Café American American American American American
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Hooters Jack Quinn’s Jewish Mother Jimmy Johns Joe’s Crab Shack Johnny Rockets Kebab Shack Kincaid’s Fish, Chop & Steak House Lizard Café Machismo Burrito Bar Machismo Burrito Bar Max & Erma’s Mo & O’Malley’s Irish Pub Monastery Restaurant Nana Sushi Norfolk Grille Oasis Cafe & Coffee House Omar’s Carriage House Outback Steakhouse Outtakes Café The Pagoda Panda Garden Rama Garden Schlotzsky’s Deli Scotty Quixx Shula’s 347 Sirena Cucina Italiana Snappers Starbucks Coffee Subway Subway Time Lounge Todd Jurich’s Bistro Trilogy Bistro Tropical Smoothie Café Vintage Kitchen The Vineyards Voila! Zelick’s Café
Waterside Marketplace 241 Granby St. 320 Granby St. 140 Granby St. Waterside Marketplace MacArthur Center 319 Granby St. MacArthur Center 109 Main St. 200 College Pl. 409 W. York St. MacArthur Center 131 Grandby St. 443 Granby St. 411B Granby St. 229 W. Bute St. #100 142 West York St. 313 W. Bute St. 333 Waterside Dr. 1 Waterside Dr. 265 W. Tazewell St. 109 College Pl 441 Granby St. 246 E. Main St. 436 Granby St. Norfolk Waterside Marriott 455 Granby St. 245 Granby St. 210 E. Main St. 259 Granby St. 400 E Main St. 271 Granby St. 150 W. Main St. 101 Granby St. 265 Granby St. 999 Waterside Dr. 147 Granby St. 509 Botetourt St. 101 W. Main St.
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622-9464 623-2233 622-5915 965-7600 625-0655 622-7330 533-5665 622-8000 622-5973 383-6630 624-2424 625-7771 623-3466 625-8193 626-1560 963-6656 627-6161 622-4990 622-9101 664-3868 622-0506 314-3378 616-0533 627-2867 625-0008 282-6347 623-6622 625-3366 625-0600 626-1231 623-6246 623-TIME 622-3210 961-0896 624-9400 625-3370 222-0431 640-0343 623-2865
American American American American Seafood American Mediterranean Steakhouse Deli/Café Mexican Mexican American American European Japanese Deli/Café Deli/Café American Steakhouse Deli/Café American Chinese Thai Deli/Café Steakhouse Steakhouse Italian Seafood Deli/Café Deli/Café Deli/Café American American European Deli/Café American Italian French Deli/Café
TOWN POINT PARK, DOWNTOWN NORFOLK JUNE 10-12, 2011 FRIDAY - SATURDAY, NOON-11PM; SUNDAY, NOON-6PM FIREWORKS SATURDAY, JUNE 11TH - 9:30PM
ADDITIONAL FESTIVAL FEATURES:
35th Annual Norfolk Harborfest
Harborfest® is three days of free entertainment, electrifying fireworks display, and the biggest outdoor dock party in Hampton Roads! Tall Ships are coming to Norfolk, Virginia! Come enjoy this annual outdoor festival at Town Point Park with fireworks, live music and great food. Over 20 ships from countries around the world including Italy, Brazil, Ecuador, Spain and the Netherlands are invited to Norfolk’s waterfront every year for this spectacular event. The weekend festivities include over 130 hours of live entertainment on multiple stages, featuring national, regional and local musical acts, Battleship USS Wisconsin, Tall Ship Tours, fireworks, pirates, DockDogs, Virginia Wine sampling, The Ultimate Build a Boat and more! Stroll down the docks of Town Point Park and visit aboard tall ships, character vessels, and admire the craftsmanship of antique and classic wooden boats. Tall ships are open for visitation during certain times for guests to walk aboard the decks and meet sailors from around the world on Saturday and Sunday.
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Caribbean Junkanoo “Colours” Cirque-tacular Performances Pirates Den Tall Ship Visits Boat Building Competitions / Races Workboat Events / Tug Muster Specialty Entertainment / Street Performers DockDogs
Matt Nathanson Indigo Girls Temptations featuring Dennis Edwards Phil Vassar
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A special thank you to our VisitNorfolk partners for helping make this year’s SGMP conference a success! !
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