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Annual Session has something for everyone.  Here are just a few highlights:
 
Thursday, June 9:
CE:
Dr. Roger Wise is speaking on a "Multidisciplinary Approach to the Management of Dental Alveolar Trauma."
 
Live Band (new addition to the weekend!): Michael Jude and John Michel are currently in the John Oates Band (of the Hall & Oates Fame) and we've secured this talent through our partnership with the Snowmass Tourism office to perform at the Venga Venga restaurant on Thursday, June 9 from 8:30-10:00 p.m.  There is no cover. You are officially invited to hear some terrific music, eat, drink and relax with friends.
 
Friday, June 10:
House of Delegates:
This annual business meeting of the CDA is thrilled to welcome a keynote address by American Dental Association President Dr. Raymond Gist.
 
Saturday, June 11:
Live Entertainment:
Vocal rock band, Face, will be performing a cappella style on Saturday night.  Using just five voices and a vocal drummer, or "beat-boxer," Face creates a rock-music phenomenon that has to be seen to be believed. No other instruments or special effects - just six guys.  They most recently appeared on season one of NBC's a cappella competition, "The Sing Off."

"Return to Yesterday" Apparel: Don't miss your chance to order the Annual Session "Return to Yesterday" t-shirt - this attractive chocolate brown t-shirt has an embroidered silver mammoth with the Annual Session information.  Shirts will be pre-ordered and are a great keep sake, especially in light of the "mammoth" discovery in Snowmass.  The deadline to order is Tuesday, May 17.
 
And of course attendees and families won't want to miss the brand new "mammoth" exhibit in Snowmass. Recently, crews in Snowmass have recovered the parts of eight to 10 American mastodons, four Columbian mammoths, and several other animals, insects, and plant matter representing several different Ice Age ecosystems.  Scientists consider the find to be one of the most significant in Colorado history.
 
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