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You're invited to the annual membership meeting of NorCal URISA 
December 11, 2019
5:30-7:30 p.m. at  
Hacker Lab | Startup Coworking Maker Space
2533 R Street Suite 120, Sacramento, CA 95816

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Join us and learn about URISA and coming changes to our chapter. We will be electing our 2020 board and officers,  reviewing chapter news and events for the past year, including OneURISA updates from the GIS Pro conference in New Orleans, our successful CalGIS 2019 gathering, and a look ahead to CalGIS 2020, happening February 9-11 in Long Beach. We 'll discuss updates of prominent state and local GIS initiatives. Don' t miss this opportunity for networking with enthusiastic GIS professionals. http://norcalurisa.org/

All are welcome, even if you are not yet a member of this respected professional association. Invite a colleague; bring a friend. We'll have light refreshments, and folks may bring an adult beverage to share.

We are grateful to Hacker Lab for the use of their meeting space!

Hacker Lab is an all-in-one makerspace, coworking facility and workforce incubator. They bring people, training, and advanced prototyping equipment together under one roof, giving you the opportunity to bring your vision to life. Build. Code. Unite. https://hackerlab.org/

RSVP for the annual meeting at this Eventbrite link:
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/norcal-urisa-annual-meeting-tickets-82543912063

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Registration is Open for CalGIS 2020 in Long Beach
February 9-11, 2020

Early-bird registration rates expire on December 16

The California URISA Chapters and the California Geographic Information Association (CGIA) are pleased to announce that registration is open for CalGIS 2020, taking place February 9-11, 2020 at the Hilton Long Beach. Submit your poster or web map - details at https://www.urisa.org/calgis

The hosted lunch on February 10 features a "fireside chat" with our keynote speaker Martin O'Malley, former Governor of Maryland and former Mayor of Balitmore, Michael Wilkening, the California Governor's Special Advisor for Innovation and Digital Services, and State of California Chief Information Officer Amy Tong.

  • Seven full and half-day workshops and training courses will be presented:
    • Addressing: A Practical Guide
    • Field Operations: Taking Field Work Further
    • More Effective with Games
    • Getting to Know the National Hydrography Dataset
    • Meeting Your Community Where They Are
    • NG9-1-1 and the GIS Workflow
    • Roadmap to Redistricting

CalGIS is honored to announce that Governor Martin O'Malley will be the opening keynote speaker! Attendees may purchase Governor O'Malley's new book from Esri Press at a discounted price when they register, and get it signed at CalGIS 2020.  

A limited number of sponsor opportunities are also available. Take some time to review the options and secure your sponsorship today.  

December 16 is an important date to note. That is the last day to take advantage of early bird discounts for both registration and sponsorship packages and it is also the deadline to submit abstracts for the CalGIS poster & web app/map session. 

Complete details and forms are posted online at www.calgis.org 

NorCal URISA's Third Tuesday Mappy Hour is cancelled for December. Please watch for an announcement of this event in January. Enjoy the season of winter merriment!
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