Keystone Conference Postponed Until 2022
To all our friends, it's with great sadness that we must announce our decision to postpone the Keystone Conference until 2022. Unfortunately, with the continued uncertainty caused by COVID-19, it's simply impossible to conduct the conference in March 2021.
Once again, this was a very difficult decision to make, but the most prudent in light of too many intangibles caused by the virus and the restrictions imposed because of it. Our first concern continues to be the health and well-being of Keystone’s devoted participants, dedicated staff and volunteers, and you, our most faithful attendees. Also, an event of this size requires considerable up-front commitments in time, energy and resources from presenters, vendors, sponsors and staff and it is very difficult to obtain those commitments under the current circumstances.
As many of you know, we draw attendees from all over the United States and internationally—a fact that we are both humbled from and very proud of. Keystone is about coming together, celebrating our differences and embracing both old and new friends. The worst part of this decision is the realization we will not see many of you for another year. We had been wishing for nothing more than to gather in person with you and the rest of the community in March.
We plan to announce the dates of the 2022 Keystone Conference in early summer. If you have any questions or comments, please contact us at info@Keystone-Conference.org. Please be safe and be well.
Your Friends from the Keystone Conference