Monthly Dinner Meetings

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Ten months out of the year we formally meet as a chapter. We typically start with a social hour which is followed by chapter announcements and a terrific dinner. We also feature two education opportunities for everyone at each dinner meeting in the form of a short Tech Talk and a one hour Program which are always of great interest to those in the construction and specification industry. We also have raffle and a wine sponsor at dinner. We hope you can join us at future meeting.

Here are the details:


First Thursday evening of the month

5:30 Social Hour

6:30 Dinner & Program


Charlie's Grill at the Windsor Golf Club

1320 19th Hole Drive

Windsor, CA 95492

* Most dinner meetings are held here, but may be subject to change


Each month RECSI offers programs that create an opportunity for you to connect with other design and construction professionals and learn more about current trends in the construction industry through monthly technical programs.

Interested in providing a Program or Tech Talk?

Program Guidelines:

The Redwood Empire Chapter of the Construction Specifications Institute holds dinner meetings once a month as an educational event. These programs are designed to equip chapter members with knowledge they need to better plan and implement their professional practice.

As a matter of policy RECSI is neutral in regard to manufacturers, vendors, enterprises, and consultants and we strictly enforce Chapter's policy of non-proprietary presentations.

Additional requirements:

- Expertise

Speakers should be recognized as individuals experienced in their respective field and should be able to provide case studies, insight, analysis, market insight, or other "how to" guidance.

- Experience

Speakers should be active in their respective fields and have practical as well as theoretical or technical experience.

- Objectivity

While we do expect speaker to be passionate about their subject matter we do expect a certain degree of objectivity and refrain from advocating a position to the point of alienating the audience.

Click the link at the bottom for more information regarding being a program presenter


Programs - Carl Portscheller

Tech Talk - Marilyn Standley

To register for an upcoming program, please visit

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