Certified Interpretive Guide Training Course - Food and Lodging
Time & Location
About the Event
This lodging and/or food registration is only for participants who have already registered for the CIG training!
Certified Interpretive Guide Training with the National Association for Interpretation Course taking place, Friday, June 19th to Monday, June 22nd.
Optional onsite lodging is available and recommended for all participants. Participants will have a private, bunk-style room with a private bathroom/shower in a shared house. Onsite lodging is $125 for 3 nights. Lodging check-in is from 4-7pm, June 19th; Check-out is 8am, June 22nd. Alternative lodging can be found in Eureka Springs, 35-40 minutes away.
During this training the Ozark Natural Science Center will serve 3 meals per day, plus snacks and refreshments between meals.
All participants are required to fill out an ONSC registration form to indicate dietary restrictions and pay the $75 fee for meals.
Visit the NAI Website to complete CIG registration prior to registering for food and lodging.
ONSC is committed to protecting the health and wellbeing of our staff and visitors and follows all state directives and recommendations for indoor and outdoor gatherings, including the use of cloth face coverings, physical distancing, hand hygiene, and enhanced cleaning protocols.
To support efforts to contain the spread of Covid-19 and adhere to Arkansas state directives, we are limiting the attendance of our events to 50 or fewer guests.
Please do not attend an ONSC event if you:
- Have had a fever of 100.4°F or greater in the last 5 days
- Have a cough, difficulty breathing, sore throat, or loss of taste or smell
- Had contact with a person known to be infected with COVID-19 in the previous 14 days
ONSC welcomes out-of-state visitors, children, and small groups. Please take extra precautions and consider your health risks if you:
- Are an individual who is 65 years of age or older
- Are an individual of any age with underlying health conditions, including high blood pressure, chronic lung disease, diabetes, severe obesity, asthma, or weakened immunity
International or “hot spot” out-of-state visitors must abide by the AR Department of Health guidelines found here.