UELAC DOMINION CONFERENCE (Windsor, Ontario) May 31 - June 3, 2007
Conference Overview
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Join us for a weekend of fun and excitement in Canada's South!

Please book your reservations at Holiday Inn Select Windsor (Ambassador Bridge) 1855 Huron Church Rd., Windsor, Ontario. Toll free: 1-800-465-4329 Local: 519-966-1200

From Toronto follow HWY 401 West to Windsor HWY 3 (Turns into Huron Church Road). Turn left at Malden Road.

Following registration on Thursday, May 31, join us for an evening reception showcasing the Windsor riverfront at a venue offering a beautiful view of the Detroit skyline. Catch up with old friends and make some new ones.

Friday offers a full range of activities with a half day tour of old Sandwich town or a full day tour of historic Amherstburg. Seminars featuring guest speakers Ken Turner U.E. of the Essex County Historical Cemeteries' Preservation Society, Elise Harding-Davis of the North American Black Historical Museum and Dr. Anne Marie Goodfellow, historic researcher on the life of Simon Girty.

Branch genealogists workshops will be held at the Holiday Inn Select meeting rooms.

Friday evening look forward to Dinner Theatre in old Sandwich. Our group will take part in a mock trial in the historic courtroom of Mackenzie Hall. Mackenzie Hall was home to Essex County's criminal courts for over one hundred years.

The Annual General Meeting will take place Saturday morning, June 2, followed by the June Council Meeting. Small branch sales and promotions tables will be available.

Saturday evening attend the Gala Banquet, held in the Ballroom of the Holiday Inn Select and catered by TBQ Market Place. Our special guest for the evening is celebrated local author and journalist, Marty Gervais.

Sunday morning, June 3, join us for Church services at St. John's Anglican Church, in nearby Sandwich. Lunch will be served at St. John's Parish Hall.

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