Great Day in the Park - Day Trip to Winter Park
9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. $124 per person
See one of Florida's best kept secrets, the enchanting city of Winter Park, Florida. This quaint town has a rich history as a southern destination for many celebrities and wealthy northerners. Enjoy a guided tour of the Charles Hosmer Morse Museum of American Art featuring the works of Louis Comfort Tiffany, a walking tour of some of the highlights of the downtown area with its European-feel cafes, shops and brick streets, and lunch on Park Avenue with time for shopping. Your day ends with a relaxing, scenic boat tour through the lakes and canals around Winter Park. You'll see breath-taking mansions as well as local wildlife among natural settings. Fee includes all transportation, museum admissions, lunch, guides and the boat tour. Limited spaces available, so don't wait to sign up. Visit winterpark.org/visitors-guide
to learn more about this unique part of Central Florida. Space is limited, so don't wait to purchase your ticket.
JOURNEY THROUGH JAZZ
Saxophonist/flutist Daniel Jordan, has been an educator and musician since 1976. He has a flexible and common sense approach to teaching and playing. He was titled as Florida All State Jazz Band Tenor one for 1976-1977. He has taught at numerous schools including Rollins College and has performed with a multitude of renowned artists such as Aretha Franklin, Ray Charles, Barry Manilow, The Four Tops, The Temptations and many more. He has performed on New York City Broadway, “Late Night with David Letterman,” and in countless other shows and productions. Daniel and his band will perform selections demonstrating the evolution of jazz over the decades including brief explanations about each piece. They refer to this as a "Jazz Informance."Join us for a special evening concert. Everyone is welcome! View a YouTube video featuring Daniel Jordan on sax and Natalie Cole at youtu.be/enZYm0AhhBY.
Larry Crabb Barbershop Chorus
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.
Golden Hammer Banquet
6 – 7 p.m. Cocktail Hour – cash bar
6 - 7 p.m. Photo Booth – free
7 p.m. - Banquet
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 2022 event. Banquet tickets are included with full registrations. Additional tickets are available for purchase from the PTG Registration Desk.
PTG volunteers will be leading a 60-minute non-denominational service of music and inspiration.