If you have questions not answered below or elsewhere on this website, feel free to contact us at congress@dowr.org .

Childcare will not be available. Families are encouraged to attend; but children are expected to be with an adult relative while attending the Congress.

We are afraid not. We deliberately priced the tickets as low as we could, to make this Congress accessible and still cover costs. We hope that the opportunity to bring a lunch and not stay overnight makes this an accessible event for all.

You can pre-order a box lunch to pick up at the Congress, and there will be food trucks and restaurants in walking distance for purchasing lunch. All are welcome to bring their own lunches as well.

For directions and maps of parking near the civic center, please click here.

We will follow the rules in place by the city of Mankato and/or the Civic Center at the Congress. We anticipate masking being optional at the Congress. Of course, you are welcome to mask if you prefer.

Yes. The English track will have Vietnamese translation available for the entire event. Spanish translation will be available for the Opening march, welcome, Bp. Barron’s keynote, and the concluding Mass (the rest of time at the Congress will have an active Spanish track). People using translation services will need to bring a cell phone/tablet, and earbuds. See more on our translation page.

Yes! We’re working on it; expect more details soon.

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