TSPS 2019 Social Activities
          


FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1

12:30pm - 1:30pm - Lunch on Your Own

12:30pm - 2:30pm - Resident Luncheon
(Residents & Fellows only)
Residents & Fellows - this event is just for you!
Informal panel will discuss
"Contract Review" Michael Byrd, JD — ByrdAdatto
"The Basics of Malpractice Policies" - TMLT Staff – Austin, Texas
"Financials and Accounting 101" - Lawrence Keller, Physician Financial Services NY


4:15pm-6:15pm - Welcome Reception & Resident Awards
Join us for drinks and appetizers while we recognize the Resident Award winners. 
It’s a great start to the conference – food, drink, and colleagues! 
Then it’s off to the explore the resort and San Antonio
on your own with colleagues and vendors! 

6:30pm - 8:30pm - Young Plastic Surgeon Dinner
Sponsored by Wealth Design Group

Are you 42 years or younger?
Or are you in the first five years of your practice?

Join the YPS at Signature Restaurant at La Cantera. 
Enjoy an evening with your contemporaries as you savor
the contemporary Hill Country interpretations of classic dishes.  

6:00pm - Dinner with Colleagues or Vendors
Tonight is the night to reconnect with colleagues and vendors! 
Dinner, cocktails, watch the sunset - its up to you!


SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 15

12:30pm - 1:45pm      Lunch on your Own 

12:30pm - 1:45pm    YPS Committee Meeting & Luncheon 
Sponsored by Allergan 

Are you 42 years or younger?
Or are you in the first five years of your practice?

Then join the YPS Committee and meet your peers over lunch.

5:30pm - 6:30pm    Texas Legends Society Reception
(at San Luis Hotel)

Are you a member of the Texas Legends? 
This prestigious event is open to those who have been a member of TSPS
for 10 years or more and are 65 years or older. 
Join the current officers, past presidents of TSPS and honored VIPs
as we toast and honor the Texas Legends! 

6:30pm - Heritage Dinner Cocktail Hour
(at San Luis Hotel)

All attendees & all vendors

7:30pm  - Heritage Dinner 
(at San Luis Hotel)

The History of Galveston Island
Jesus 'Frank' de la Tejas, PhD

Don’t miss this annual tradition!