Next month, the National Plasters Council will roll into Fort Worth, Texas for its annual conference.

Scheduled for Feb. 21-23 at The Worthington Renaissance, the event will feature some of its popular standards, as well as a longer course and off-site outings.

The education program includes technical and business topics, with highlights including three round tables — “Ask the Masters,” featuring long-time veterans; “Young Professionals Roundtable”; and another addressing plaster placement.

Leading up to the main conference, Watershape University will teach “Construction 2711: Major Renovations Workshop” all day Feb 19 and 20 for those who register separately.

NPC’s Start-Up Certification Course will take place all day Feb. 21.

Networking opportunities include a meet and greet for young professionals on Feb. 21.

Off-site opportunities include a golf outing at nearby Rockwood Municipal Golf Club, a tour of local wineries, and an electric bike tour.

The ever-popular auctions will take place at various breakfasts and lunches held throughout the conference.

Exhibits and a reception will close out the conference Friday night.

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