Denver, CO


For more information about what to do in and around Denver, check out the STC Summit microsite set-up by the Visit Denver convention and visitors bureau. Or stop by the Rocky Mountain Chapter welcome table in the Summit registration area to find out about what the locals do!

Sunday, 5 May, following the Welcome Reception:

Interested in international communication or localization? We are holding a meetup with the American Translators Association (ATA) and Globalization & Localization Association (GALA) members after the Welcome Reception (8:00-10:00 PM), Former Saint restaurant, lobby level at the Hyatt. RSVP on the Eventbrite page to let us know you are coming.

Monday, 6 May:

11:15 AM: Speed Networking in the Expo Hall. A fast and fun way to meet a lot of people at the Summit. If you didn’t include this with your Summit registration, contact

11:15 AM: Technical Editing SIG meeting and lunch offsite. Register at Eventbrite TE SIG Monthly Meeting & Networking Lunch .

6:30 PM: Dine Around, various restaurants close to the hotel. This activity is great for networking with a small group of people in a fun and casual atmosphere. (Participants pay for their own food and drink.) Space at each venue is limited so RSVP today! Click on the individual Eventbrite links for a description of the restaurants.

• Buckhorn Exchange: Game and exotic food.
• Oskar Blues: Craft beer and fresh ingredients.
• Linger: Small plates.
• Biker Jim’s Gourmet Dogs: Gourmet hot dogs, including game sausage.
• Rio Grande: Mexican food.
• Sam’s No. 3: Diner.
• Appaloosa Bar and Grill: natural and organic take on American cuisine.
• Euclid Hall: international pub food. The restaurant for this dine around group has changes. Registrants should check their email for the new location.
• Rioja: Mediterranean cuisine.
• Osaka Ramen and Stem Ciders: Ramen and cider bar.

Tuesday, 7 May:

11:15 AM SIG Meetings

5:00 PM: STC Honors Event. THE event to celebrate the accomplishments of your friends and community. “Survivor” contestant and technical communicator Gabriella “Gabby” Pascuzzi is the guest speaker. This reception event is included with full Summit registration and is a casual dress event.

7:30 PM: Karaoke at Jazz@Jack’s, sponsored by LavaCon and Comgenesis, LLC. Find out who’s “The Voice” of STC! The fun starts at 8:00 PM. Attendees are responsible for their own food and drinks. Sign up at so we’ll have an idea of how many people to expect.

Wednesday, 8 May: All events are following the Closing Plenary Session

12 Noon-back by 6:00 PM, two hiking events. Cost includes lunch and transportation.

12:30–3:00 PM Colorado History Museum tour. Meet in the hotel lobby and walk over to the museum. Your visit to the museum will be enhanced by Special Guest Tour Guide Saul Carliner! At the end the entire group will have the opportunity to “debrief” your experience. Tickets are $12 per person. For more details and to purchase tickets click here.

6:00 PM: Baseball: Colorado Rockies vs San Francisco Giants; game starts at 6:40pm.

Tickets are limited and must be reserved by 5 May. Sign up here:

If you have any questions, please contact us for more information.


Full Summit registration includes access to all education and keynote sessions; Welcome Reception; Honors Reception; Expo Hall; continental breakfast on Saturday and Sunday mornings; as well as refreshment breaks. Attendance at the 2020 Summit provides 8 CEUs toward CPTC currency.


Summit AttendeeHub app will allow you to create schedules, network and setup appointments with other attendees, provide feedback, and share announcements in the newsfeed. When the app is up, all registered attendees will receive an email announcement.


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Get in touch with decision-makers and top influencers. Summit attendees come to the conference from more than a dozen countries from around the world and include technical writers, usability specialists, documentation managers, web designers, illustrators, managers, educators, translators, and other communicators.

About STC’s Technical Communication Summit

The 2020 Summit takes place 15-18 May, 2020 at the Hyatt Regency Bellevue in Bellevue, WA. The Summit kicks off Friday evening with the Opening General Session and Welcome Reception in the Expo Hall.