The Tiny House Conference is coming up and we’re getting very excited. This year we are going to be in Portland, OR April 8th and 9th for two amazing days of tiny houses tours, talking with people who have built and live in tiny houses. It’s always a blast and the one time a year we all get together and connect in person.
Before you come to the Conference, there are a few things you might want to do:
1. Read up on all our amazing speakers!
Every single one of our speakers live in a tiny house full time and have for years. Almost all of them have also built, at least, one house. This means our speakers have personal hands on experience which you can tap into. They all have their own websites you can see where they live and lessons they learned. Check out our speaker page here.
2. Start sketching your floor plan ideas
We have some amazing tiny house designers and builders going to the conference, plus you’re going to be able to tour several tiny houses in person. Start refining your ideas now so you can get feedback from experts and see how different builders approach design challenges you might be facing.
3. Save $100 on your hotel
From now until March 23rd, we arranged a discount that works out to about $100 off for the weekend if you use the code “THC” when you book at the Holiday Inn – Portland Airport. The Conference happens right there, so if you’re about to register, also make sure you book your rooms so you can be right where the action is.
4. Mark your calendars: Free Tiny House Mixer
Friday night we open the doors to everyone for our Tiny House mixer! Basically come hang out with amazing people who love tiny houses, all for free. Not attending the Conference? It’s cool, you’re welcome too! Who doesn’t like to grab a drink with fellow tiny housers? Details and RSVP here
5. Write down your burning questions
When you start thinking about tiny houses, you’ll have a lot of questions. Take the time now to write down your questions so you can make sure you can pick the brains of our speakers, all our speakers live in a tiny house full time and most have built at least one.