SAGE 2013 Conference Housing Options

There are a variety of housing options for those coming from out of town for the conference. Below we have shared information about three options, if you feel stuck and none of the options are a good fit for you please feel free to contact the SAGE housing coordinator Seth Mansur. Seth Mansur’s contact information is: Phone: 413-824-9573, Email: sethmansur@gmail.com

1. Couchsurfing.org

How Couchsurfing Works: Couchsurfing is a service that connects members to a global community of travelers. Use Couchsurfing to find a place to stay or share your home and hometown with travelers. Couchsurfers organize regular events in 100,000 cities around the world. There’s always something to do and new friends to meet.

To get started with couchsurfing:

Create a profile and submit a trip for the city of Worcester!

First step? Completely fill out your Couchsurfing profile! This will be your home base and is a reflection of you: your lifestyle, your mission and what’s important to you. Having a complete profile is the best way to connect with people – whether it’s going to your city’s weekly event or hosting a guest. Here you can tell people if you’re traveling or would like to host. Be sure to include photos.

2. Stay with a SAGE conference member connect through our Housing GoogleDoc

Please follow this link (coming soon) to the SAGE Google Doc where you can post a room/couch available, or post if you are looking for a place to stay. You can use this option if you don’t want to make a profile on Couchsurfing.

3. Local Hotels/Motels:

Classic Suites & Inns, 181 West Boylston Street, West Boylston, MA 01583 (about $80 a night)

Quality Inn & Suites, 50 Oriol Dr, Worcester, MA 01605 (about $100 a night)

Hilton Garden Inn Worcester (about $124 a night)

Beechwood Hotel in Worcester (about $144 a night)

1 Comment

  • jan spencer says:

    Hi,

    Couple items.

    First, great to see the conference happening. Thank you organizers!

    I will be visiting from Eugene, Oregon, good timing with the conference.

    Can someone connect me with the hospitality person? I would like to find a home stay.

    Also. Can someone connect me with the registration [or ride coordinator if there is one] person? I would like to find a ride towards NYC after the conference. New Haven is good, closer to NYC even better. [Brooklyn]

    Thank you!

    Jan Spencer
    http://www.suburbanpermaculture.org

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