Frequently Asked Questions
When is the Celebration?
The Celebration is June 13, 2020 with the virtual doors opening at 8:30 am. The official program begins at 9:00 am and will wrap before 3:30 pm.
Where is the Celebration?
The Celebrations is wherever you have access to Zoom.
How do I access the on-line Celebration?
Watch your email the week of June 8, when you will receive a link specifically for you to use to enter the Celebration on June 13.
What do I eat during the conference?
That is a great question! What do you have in your fridge/pantry/cupboards? Feel free to use Skip the Dishes if you can’t find anything that tickles your fancy.
How do I register for the conference?
It’s easy. Simply click on the REGISTER NOW button and enter your name, phone number and email address.
How do I pay for my tickets?
Payment is not required. Registration is FREE...but you MUST register to attend!
When is the cutoff for registration?
To attend you must register by Noon on June 12.
How do I find out what’s happening and when?
Here is a condensed agenda for the day
8:30 AM Warm up show
9:00 AM Opening keynote: Angela Detmold; D42 International Speech Winner Kanak Khare performaning her International Finals speech, "Hello and Goodbye"
10:00 AM Humorous Speech Contest
11:30 AM Of the Year Awards: Best Public Relations & Club President; Communication & Leadership Award
12:45 PM Of the Year Awards: Rookie & Toastmaster; second keynote: Marshall Ennis; presentation of DTM Awards
1:50 PM Last keynote: Donald Lee, Of the Year Awards: Area Director & Division Director; closing remarks; preview of 2020/2021 keynote performer
When will the Humourous contest occur?
The Humorous Speech Contest is on Saturday, June 13th at 10 AM. The Contest will be live-streamed to the Celebration.
What is an "OTY"?
OTY (oh-dee) is short for Of The Year Award. They are Toastmaster's version of Hollywood's Oscars. Learn more.
What does “Connecting the Dots” mean?
In the real world, the dots you need to connect are people and ideas.
You can build connections between your dots by applying the skills learned in Toastmasters.
At the D42 2020 Celebration, you’ll learn to build great connections between all your dots.
What do the dots and dashes represent in the Celebration logo?
Do you know your Morse code? The dots and dashes on the left spell "Connect" and on the right spells "Virtual".
If I have more questions, who do I contact?
Contact the Registration Team Lead by email at: DCRegistration@d42tm.org