Seattle Mid-Singles Conference FAQs


Why should I attend?

Cool city...cool people! Lots of opportunities to check out Seattle's awesome landmarks while meeting new friends. 

How much does the conference cost?

It's a steal!  All this fun and excitement for only $40 for the whole weekend. Friday-only is $10 and Saturday-only is $30.  Online registration is closed, pay by cash or check at the door. 

It is important to note that our area presidency is very supportive of the single adult conferences in our region (including this one). Thus, as with the other conferences, a portion of the conference is supplemented with funds from stakes in the Western Washington region. This is how we are able to keep the cost of the conference at a minimum. We thank our leaders for their support!

Can I mail a check rather than registering online?

No, we have found that it has been somewhat difficult to keep track of checks that are mailed.  Instead, indicate on your registration form that you'd like to pay by check or cash at the door.  Bring your payment (check or cash) with you when you come to the conference.  You will be asked to pay when you check-in at the registration table.  

What if I can't afford the registration fee?

Your ward may be able to pay the registration fee. Talk to your bishop to find out if this is a possibility.  

Where can I get updates on the conference?

For conference updates, check the Schedule of Events page as well as the Facebook Event page (click here for the page). Add yourself and your friends to the Facebook event page.

Will there be a temple session this year?

Unfortunately, the temple is closed July 10th-July 24th for maintenance. We may plan a mid-singles temple day in the future. 

Can I bring my children to the conference?

No, this conference is for adults. There is a single adult family campout at Ensign Ranch over Labor Day weekend. This is a great activity for adults and children. Click here for more information.

Will housing be available?

We are not able to provide housing in member's homes. Below is a list of area hotels that are near the conference venues.

Budget:
Comfort Inn and Suites
Mid-Range:
Silver Cloud Inn
5036 25th Ave. NE Seattle, WA 98105
http://www.silvercloud.com/university/

The Roosevelt Hotel
1531 7th Ave Seattle, WA 98101
http://roosevelthotel.com/

There are also a variety of nation-wide brands located around the city (Marriott, Sheraton, Hyatt, Four Points, Travelodge, Best Western, etc).

What about transportation?

You may meet new friends at the conference who want to carpool. Public transportation may also be an option. Another option: try Uber! Uber is typically cheaper than taxis. Uber-Seattle covers Everett (in the north) down to Federal Way (in the south).  https://www.uber.com/cities/seattle