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Is there a cost for attendance?

Yes, individual tickets can be purchased for $10. This includes lunch.

What if I can’t afford the ticket price?

We do not want cost to be a prohibitive factor for anyone’s attendance. If the registration fee is a barrier, please reach out to IKC Staff.

Is it possible to do a group order for tickets?

Absolutely! You are able to purchase up to 10 tickets at a time through our online registration form. For groups larger than 10, please contact IKC Staff for assistance.

May I purchase tickets at the door on the day of the event?

Yes! We encourage registering online in advance if you are planning on attending the event, but you will be able to purchase tickets with cash at the door. The online registration form will remain open during event check-in to accomodate those paying with card.

I have church/mass in the morning and can’t be there until after 12 p.m. Can we arrive late?

Yes, we will continue check-in through the lunch hour, which will include food, entertainment, and visiting exhibit booths. Please plan to arrive in time to check-in, get your lunch, and be seated by the time the formal presentation starts at 1 p.m.

Where should I park?

There is public parking available near Memorial Hall. Click here to view Wyandotte County’s map of public parking lots in the immediate area.

Is attendance open to men?

While the event is focused on women’s health, men are more than welcome to attend.

Is attendance open to children?

There will not be any childcare provided or child-focused activities during the event. However, girls age 10 or older may enjoy the conference if accompanied by their mother, aunt, or other female adult.

I don’t speak Spanish. Will I be able to participate in the event?

Yes! While the event is primarily being hosted in Spanish, English interpretation will be provided for those who don't speak Spanish.

Will there be interpretation for any other languages besides English?

Only English interpretation is planned at this time.

I don’t live in the Kansas City area. May I attend?

Yes! We encourage all who are interested to attend the event. We are currently looking into providing transportation via bus from Southwest Kansas through Wichita, though seats may be limited. If interested, please contact IKC Staff!

I’m interested in becoming an exhibitor or sponsor, where do I find more information on what that entails and how to register?

For more information, you can view our informational flyer and IKC Staff is available to answer any questions. To register, see our Exhibitor/Sponsor Registration Form.

Is it okay for me to share promotional materials among friends and family?

Yes! We encourage everyone to share about the event on social media. Printed flyers can be delivered to you upon request if you’d like to share them throughout your community. Contact IKC Staff to request some.

Do I need to attend the event to receive an HPV vaccine?

You do not need to attend the event; HPV vaccination will be available following the event.

Do I need health insurance to receive the HPV vaccine?

No, HPV vaccines will be available to those with insurance as well as those without insurance. If you are insured, please bring your insurance card with you.

Is there a registration for HPV vaccinations?

No registration is required for HPV vaccinations.

Who is eligible to receive an HPV vaccine? Can men be vaccinated?

We’re pleased that our partner Duchesne Clinic is administering the HPV vaccinations for the event. We will be following their vaccination policies. Below are the CDC’s HPV vaccine recommendations. Both men and women benefit from HPV vaccination, and men may be vaccinated at this event.

  • HPV vaccine is recommended for routine vaccination at age 11 or 12 years. (Vaccination can be started at age 9.)
  • ACIP also recommends vaccination for everyone through age 26 years if not adequately vaccinated when younger. HPV vaccination is given as a series of either two or three doses, depending on age at initial vaccination.
  • Vaccination is not recommended for everyone older than age 26 years. Some adults ages 27 through 45 years might decide to get the HPV vaccine based on discussion with their clinician, if they did not get adequately vaccinated when they were younger. HPV vaccination of people in this age range provides less benefit, for several reasons, including that more people in this age range have already been exposed to HPV.

I have a question or concern that wasn’t addressed in the FAQ. Who should I ask?

Please contact IKC Staff, or view the Our Team page to find and contact an IKC Staff member near you!