NEWS SOURCE: Night Owl Network

SASKATOON, Saskatchewan, Canada (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — The First International Parliament* of Night Owls ( will be held in Saskatoon, Canada, June 2 – 4, 2006.

In the announcement of the First International Parliament of Night Owls, Carolyn Schur, founder of Night Owl Network and author of “Birds of a Different Feather” said, “We are inviting all night owls, those who are married to night owls and those who have night owl children to come and learn from others who truly understand your concerns and perspectives.”

Sessions at the Parliament will address employment, relationships with spouses, parenting night owl children and other topics of interest.

“And this is one conference where sessions will not start at 8 a.m.!” said Schur.

Special features will include recognition of the “Best Rant” and “Ode to the Night.” “I’ve heard many of these over the years,” Schur said, “and I’m looking forward to hearing the new offerings.”

Registrations are now being accepted. Further details are available on the website

(*in nature, a group or gathering of owls)

News issued by: Night Owl Network

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Original Story ID: (1423) :: 2006-03-0313-007

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NEWS SOURCE: Night Owl Network | Published: 2006-03-13 22:13:00

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