Special Events

To enhance your National Leadership Conference experience, FCCLA is offering the following special events this year to enjoy the sights of Seattle with your fellow members. These events are optional and require pre-registration for an additional fee. Registration for these events is done in the FCCLA Portal when registering for the conference.

Special Event: FCCLA Night at the Ballgame

TUESDAY, JULY 2 - 6:00 PM – 10:00 PM

Prepare for an unforgettable evening as this year’s special event unfolds at Seattle’s own T-Mobile park, where the Seattle Mariners face off against the Baltimore Orioles for a 6:40 PM game. FCCLA has the distinct honor of throwing out the first pitch and having an FCCLA designated upper-level seating section. Don’t miss seeing all your fellow members paint the Emerald City green and enjoy the game together. Adding to the excitement, the stadium is hosting a Bark at the Park night where attendees can bring their dogs to watch the game. This event is a home run for all FCCLA attendees! 

Cost: $55 per person

Free Seattle Mariners Hat for the first 400 members to register for the event!

Price includes:

  • Game ticket (per person)
  • $15 gift card for food or a souvenir (per person)
  • Round trip light rail pass (only required for over 18 attendees)
  • Onsite staff, and applicable taxes and gratuities.
  • FCCLA Special Event T-Shirt

Attire: School Appropriate casual- FCCLA Special Event T-Shirt Encouraged

NLC After Party

WEDNESDAY, JULY 3 - 7:30 PM – 10:30 PM

Help bring the 2024 National Leadership Conference to a close by dancing the night away with our outgoing and newly elected National Executive Councils and all your new friends! Only dessert will be served, so eat dinner before you arrive.

Location: Seattle Convention Center Summit Building

Cost: $80 per person

Price includes:

  • Wristband for admittance (per person)
  • DJ dancing
  • Interactive games
  • Roaming photo booths
  • Desserts/Snacks and Lemonade
  • Glow item giveaway (per person)
  • Onsite staff, and applicable taxes and gratuities.

Attire: School Appropriate casual

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