learnfest: 3 spots open!


Registration sold out our 60 openings in under four hours the day it opened...however three people have had to drop out and we are offering these spots as of right now.

After a hugely successful Learnfest '08, we are thrilled to announce Learnfest '09 with my fabulous co-presenters and Design Aglow contributors, Audrey Woulard, Laura Novak and Tamara Lackey.

You can view more details on the learnfest website and be sure to see "the buzz" section for what our '08 attendees are saying! (To secure your space, workshop needs to be paid in full today. Please read all FAQ's on the site and then send an email tol laura@novakphotography.com if you are ready to sign up.)




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