Starting in late April, going through early May, they have one presentation in NJ, one in CT, and 4 in various NY locations. You can find detailed schedule information by searching here.
One particular venue for this seminar is particularly worthwhile. On May 3, the seminar is being held at the Cradle of Aviation Museum in Garden City, NY. For those of you not familiar with this museum, it is built on the site of the old Roosevelt Field, where Lindbergh took off for his cross-Atlantic flight. The recently renovated museum contains a vast number of historic aviation artifacts including Lindbergh's Curtiss Jenny and an (unused) Apollo 19 LEM. This museum comes highly recommended by our members.
So this is a good opportunity to attend a worthwhile seminar, and take in a "must-see" Aviation museum.