Rebuilding Drop-in Shop
Open all day, this is a great opportunity to see rebuilding in action. Drop in anytime, ask questions.
Longwood Gardens Tour
9 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
When visiting Longwood Gardens, you are immersed not only in the breathtaking surrounds, but in the rich history as well. Years before it was a public garden, the land on which Longwood Gardens stands was home to the native Lenni Lenape tribe and Quaker farmers. Since then, the land has undergone significant transformation to become the magnificent property that is enjoyed by more than a million guests each year. Tours of the Garden are self-guided, so you can go at your own pace and choose the areas that especially interest you. Shop at the Gardens Shop and enjoy lunch on your own at The Café or the 1908 Fine Dining Room. Transportation and Garden entrance ticket are included for $60 per person. Space is limited, so reserve your spot by June 1.
7:15 p.m. - 7:45 p.m.
Get set for some splendid harmony featuring barbershop standards and some surprises with a PTG-twist. Led by Bill Davis, RPT, this volunteer group has filled the room and charmed PTG convention audiences for over 35 years. Like to sing? You can be a part of this co-ed group. Just sign up when you check in at the PTG Registration Desk.
Sponsored by Yamaha Pianos
Follow up the Barbershop Concert with another opportunity to enjoy time with friends in an informal setting. Enjoy the complimentary dessert bar and music. Take a swing around the dance floor if you dare! Cash bar available.
GOLDEN HAMMER BANQUET
6 – 7 p.m. Cocktail Hour – cash bar
6 - 7 p.m. Photo Booth – free
Join us as we celebrate this year’s Golden Hammer Award recipient. After a full course dinner, celebrate this year’s convention and get a sneak peek at our 2019 event. Banquet tickets are included with full registrations. Additional tickets $45 each.
PTG volunteers will be leading a 60-minute non-denominational service of music and inspiration.
Name that Piano - A game show hosted by Isaac Sadigursky, RPT
Observation technique is a must when we evaluate pianos before purchase. The ability to spot any flaws and questionable areas of old pianos will save a tuner’s reputation. Hosted by one of the most entertaining presenters in the field, you’ll have a great time competing against others to see how well you really know your pianos. You’ll see a picture showing just a piano part, or design feature, etc. and then try to name the piano just by seeing the clue shown in the picture. Participants (and observers) will learn from each other as we share different opinions on what we see in the picture. There are prizes for winners (like books, tools, piano parts and souvenirs.) If you want to play, bring something to contribute to the prize table.