Celebrate NHAWLT's 50th Anniversary with us!

Join us for the 2017 NHAWLT conference on November 10-11 at the Radisson in Manchester, NH.  

Click here to register for the conference.

Click here to view the conference program.

Click here to view conference handouts, downloads, and important workshop information.

The registration rates below include membership dues and our Friday conference luncheon: 

  • Earlybird Rate (Sept.1 - Sept.30) 
    • Friday only (includes lunch) - $145
    • Saturday only - $100
    • Both days (includes lunch) - $190
  • Regular Rate (Oct.1 - Oct.31)
    • Friday only (includes lunch) - $165
    • Saturday only - $120
    • Both days (includes lunch) - $230
  • On-site Rate: Anyone wishing to register after October 31st must do so at the conference.
  • Friday only (includes lunch) - $170
  • Saturday only - $125
  • Both days (includes lunch) - $240


  • You may pay using any source supported by PayPal including Credit Card and Checking account.
  • If you prefer to mail your payment, make checks payable to NHAWLT and send to: NHAWLT 2017 Conference, P.O. Box 1293, Dover, NH 03821-1293
  • If you are visiting from another state language organization or are a student, a visiting international teacher, or a retired teacher please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. prior to submitting your registration to let us know.  You will receive a special registration code.
  • Your registration is not complete until we have received and fully processed your payment.
  • Please note that there will be NO refunds once payment has been made.  $25 fee for returned checks.

Keynote Speaker: Ted Zarrow

ACTFL 2016 National Language Teacher of the Year

Before earning his PhD in Classics and Ancient History from Yale in 2007, Dr. Edward “Ted” Zarrow received an M.St. in Greek & Roman History from Brasenose College, Oxford, and an M.A. in Classical Languages from Boston College.  In 2007, he made the transition from teaching in college to high school, and he is currently in his 11th year teaching Latin (and
sometimes Greek) at Westwood High School in Westwood, MA. 
He has won numerous teaching awards at both the high school and college levels for his
unorthodox approaches to teaching language, history, & culture.

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