Convention Held

Some articles on convention held, conventions, convention, held:

Arcanacon
... Arcanacon is a role-playing convention held in Melbourne annually ... It is one of several Role-playing conventions of Victoria, Australia run through the year ... Arcanacon is the longest running role-playing convention in Victoria ...
Alpha Phi Omega National Conventions
... National conventions in Alpha Phi Omega are biennial gatherings of the respective national organization of the fraternity, in which official business is conducted and brothers from the various chapters ... The first actual assembly of delegates in a convention was held in St ... eighteen chapters were represented at this convention by a total of 23 students and advisors ...
Liberty Party (United States, 1840)
... anti-slavery document William Lloyd Garrison, leader of the AASS, held the contrary view that the Constitution should be condemned as an evil pro-slave ... Its first national convention took place in Arcade on April 1, 1840 ... The second nominating convention was held in August 1843 in Buffalo, New York ...
Games Convention - History
... The Leipzig Games Convention was first held in 2002 ... In 2005, the convention achieved visitor numbers of 134,000, which had risen to 185,000 by 2007 ... The Games Convention is usually held in the last week of August ...
List of Well-known Magic Conventions - International
... Fellowship of Christian Magicians, annual week long convention held in Marion Indiana at Indiana Wesleyan University in the month of July ... The International Brotherhood of Magicians Annual Convention ... The British Ring Annual Convention September 22 - September 25th 2011 Southport, UK The International Magic Convention,London (Ron MacMillan's) http//www.internationalmagic.com ...

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    No convention gets to be a convention at all except by grace of a lot of clever and powerful people first inventing it, and then imposing it on others. You can be pretty sure, if you are strictly conventional, that you are following genius—a long way off. And unless you are a genius yourself, that is a good thing to do.
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