The Learner Conference is pleased to announce the Conference Dinner.
Join fellow delegates and the plenary speakers for dinner at Marina Beach Club Valencia.
The Marina Restaurant blends modern, avant-garde, and innovative cuisine with the essence of the Mediterranean culinary tradition. The menu of the restaurant combines modern and avant-garde cuisine with local cuisine and traditional Valencian dishes. With a circular floor plan and large windows to Las Arenas beach, Marina Restaurant is a charming space offering spectacular views of the Mediterranean Sea.
Dinner will begin with a variety of starters: Russian salad, sautéed artichokes, cuttlefish with sweet potato, caramelized micuit foie with compote ciabatta apple and toast, and homemade ham croquettes. For the main course, delegates can choose between Valencian paella with chicken and rabbit, cod made in a garlic-pork broth, or cannelloni made with ricotta and spinach (vegetarian). Catalan aerial cream with lemon coulis and toffee ice cream will be served for dessert. Wine, beer, and non-alcoholic beverages are included.
Date: Tuesday, 14 June
Time: 20:30 (8:30 PM)
Location: Marina Beach Club Valencia, Carrer Marina Real Juan Carlos I, s/n, 46011 València, Valencia, Spain (view map)
Booking: Reservations can be made by clicking the button below. Please note, only reservations that have been paid in full will be considered confirmed and spaces are limited. Simply requesting a reservation will not guarantee a place at the dinner.
Join other delegates for a pre-conference welcome reception. We'll send you a package of digital treats, discuss this year's theme, and walk you through the CGScholar Event Mircosite so you have a rich online experience.
Talk with this year's Plenary Speakers in a live question and answer session.
Talking Circles are a distinctive feature of our in-person conference, and this year we are also taking them online. Talking Circles offer an opportunity to meet other delegates face-to-face, and engage in extended discussion about the issues and concerns they feel are of utmost importance to that segment of the Research Network. Participation is open, encouraged, and supported.
Meet with Kerry Dixon, Managing Editor of Books at Common Ground Research Networks. Kerry will be available in ten-minute appointments. Registered Delegates will receive a pre-conference email with details on signing up. We look forward to answering your questions about the book publishing process, and listening to your ideas and projects!