Fees For 2018

Registrations open – May 1st 10am NZ

Base Registration – $95

(Must be purchased to gain venue access, classes and trading.  This fee is to cover the venue hire, marketing and wages for KAN – fixed ticket numbers, so make sure you register early)

 

Class Fee’s – $67 per 3 hour session or $45 per 90 minutes session

(Skeinz Sessions 90 Minutes & Sunday Sessions 3 hours long – some classes may have additional materials fee’s) 

 

Trading Table Fri/Sat/Sun – $190

(a single 2m x 1.5m space, table provided – Just 20 Trading tables – these will be allocated on an invitation basis initially with any remaining tables being opened up if available.  No Double spaces available – Reserved  for the name sponsors only)

 

Trading Table Sunday – $75 (no event registration required – just 6 tables available) 

Retreat Welcome Soiree  – $20 – 30 – TBC (Drinks Own Care) 

 

The Soiree will be revamped into a Welcome event on Friday whilst everyone is still feeling fresh – details are to be confirmed.

Want to see what happened at KAN 2015, 2016 or 2017?  Visit the Photo feed or check out our hashtags on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter #knitaugustnights #knitaugustnights2015 #kan2015 #knitaugustnights2016 #kan2016 #knitaugustnights2017 (click on these for the Instagram feeds)

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A word from Me….

I have published my costs for next year as early as I can so you are able to plan and save.  I want to thank all of you who attend and travel so far to join me here in Napier for the event.  Thank you to all those who completed the survey – this feedback helps me fine tune the event to make it the very best it can possibly be.

Price increases are inevitable, venue costs are significant and both my venues have been incredibly generous around their rates and services to help support the event year after year.  KAN still provides outstanding value for an event of it’s kind and it is something I have worked tirelessly to achieve.

I work very hard at keeping the costs as low as possible for KAN to make it as affordable as I can.  In 8 years I have NEVER taken a wage for arranging KAN, but the amount of time that KAN take up, which now spreads across the entire year, means I need to place a value on my time.

I have been working on KAN 2018 for a little while now and I endeavor to publish the class schedule for next year as early as I can in 2018.

The most important thing to do right now – set a diary reminder for May 1st 10am NZ to register and to start planning your accommodation  – rooms at East Pier, Harbour View, Navigate and The Crown do sell out very quickly.

Cheers 

Maree xx