Frequently Asked Questions

We hope this info helps to answer some of the more common questions we hear each year. But please don’t hesitate to ask us anything!

Is there a waiting list for the event?

At this time there is not a waiting list. However, when we reach 350 adult participants, we will cap the attendance and begin a waiting list.

What is the attire?

The attire is resort casual, no need for men to pack a tie – although you will see a few ties and blue blazers at dinner in the evenings. The ballroom and classroom temperatures tend to be quite cold most places we go, so definitely pack a cardigan or jacket. We cover three generations now (from babies to grandparents) in The Gathering, so whatever you feel comfortable wearing is great with us.

What is the typical weather?

The average temperature for Dallas at this time of year is lows in the mid 70s with highs in the mid 90s.

How far is it from DFW Airport?

The Four Seasons Resort and Club, Dallas at Las Colinas is approximately 15 minutes from Dallas Fort Worth International Airport (DFW)

Is there an app for the event?

Yes there is an app created just for our event! The app will be released closer to time of the event and will be your go-to for the detailed schedule and updates, a participant directory, speaker details and more. Stay tuned!

Are there many new people who attend?

Yes! We average about 100 new participants each year, which is exciting for The Gathering. We are spread over 3 generations now, so all ages are welcome.

What are this year’s registration fees?

Our registration rates for 2019 are:
Adult Participants: $2,200
Family (4+ adults registering at the same time): $1,850
GenNext (ages 3-through 12th grade enrolled in the GenNext program): $1,000
These registration fees cover all costs of The Gathering event, including meals. Transportation and lodging are on your own.

Do you have any activities for my children and grandchildren?

Yes we do! This will be our 11th year to offer GenNext, our kids’ program at The Gathering for children 3 years old through 12th grade. The GenNext Schedule coordinates with the main Gathering schedule, allowing adults to attend their selected sessions and classes while also giving families free time together.

Can I bring a friend to a single session or meal?

Anyone that attends the conference, even if for a shorter amount of time, must be registered for the event.

Most of the things we need to be most fully alive never come in busyness. They grow in rest. Mark Buchanan