All the Pathfinder events have been submitted. We're just waiting on Gen Con to process/approve/upload them to the catalog. Hopefully, that'll happen very soon.
To the OP. Sounds like you have at least some experience playing Pathfinder so unless you feel you need to be considered a n00b at this point, I'll just give some general advice. First, the Thursday night and especially the Friday night special events are always in high demand. With nearly 200 tables all playing the same adventure scaled for their level at the same time is an experience everyone should try at least once. Most of our players return every year for the next installment. Friday night is the kick-off event for our new season of organized play and introduces the community to the meta-plot that will be explored throughout the year.
As far as our "normal" events, we have more than 20 individual scenarios scheduled repeatedly throughout the calendar. If you need pregens, we have them available (more than 30 options available). If you have your own characters, I'll assume they are low level so let's focus on those events. We have the intro adventures, 5-08 The Confirmation, 6-10 The Wounded Wisp, and 7-10 The Consortium Compact which are both replayable and provide an introduction to the Pathfinder Society and organized play. If you have never played those, I highly encourage you to do so.
Next, we have seven low level (1-5) adventures being offered from our existing season nine material:
9-06 The Shores of Heaven
9-08 Birthright Betrayed
9-10 Signs in Senghor
9-12 Shrine of the Sacred Tempest
9-14 Down the Verdant Path
9-16 Fallen Family, Broken Name
All of these are excellent choices for low-level play. If you want to know more about the actual adventures you can go over to the Paizo website and read a brief description of the story. No spoilers please! :-D
Additionally, we will have three brand-new scenarios released at Gen Con, of which one is a low level (1-5) adventure. Title TBA
Of course this is just a portion of our overall events which include Starfinder, Adventure Card Game, Pathfinder Academy (games directed at our youth players), and don't forget the playtest for the upcoming Pathfinder RPG Second Edition. The playtest launches at Gen Con and we will have tables of it running in virtually every slot as well as 30-60 minute demos running in the exhibit hall next to the Paizo booth and a few free-to-play tables of it running in the Sagamore ballroom along side all the rest of our events.
I hope this helps. If not feel free to check out our messageboards on the Paizo website where we have plenty of society members who can help you find the best games for your group. And if you arrive at Gen Con and need more assistance, we have an Info Desk designed just for that in the middle of the ballroom. Stop by and say hi!