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Conference Dinner

  • Conference Dinner: $172.50 - You have a choice of appetizer, main and dessert
    • Appetizer: Seafood Chowder OR Salad (contains almonds)
    • Main Course: Beef Tenderloin OR Seafood Trio (scallops, salmon, shrimp)
    • Dessert: Chocolate Mousse OR Crème Brule 

Social Activities

Taste of Newfoundland: $99.75 (Min 12 people)
We’ll visit a local micro-brewery to try an assortment of their award-winning beers and hear an interpretation of the origins. At the Newman’s Wine Vault, we’ll pair their famous ‘Port’, aged on the island since 1679 when pirates chased a shipment across the Atlantic for a winter in Newfoundland. Port is best paired with chocolate, especially those from the ‘Newfoundland Chocolate Company’ whose love and passion goes into every gourmet batch. Next, we’ll visit a local heritage shop who will introduce us to a variety of Newfoundland’s wild berries and rum cakes. Finish the afternoon on George Street with an assortment of Newfoundland’s fresh fish.

Outports & Lucky Rocks Tour: $57.75 (Min 4 people)
Take a ‘Randy’ down the shore on this scenic drive that follows the rugged coastline and its surging North Atlantic waters. We’ll wind our way through the city outskirts, making our way to the Ocean Sciences Center to visit the seasonal touch tank, seal observatory and the finger rocks which protrude well into the slow rolling waters of Logy Bay. At Middle Cove’s pebble beach, we’ll look for lucky rocks and maybe abandon our shoes to dip a toe in the icy waters. In Flatrock, the hills run so smoothly into the sea that they’re used as natural slipways by the local fishermen. This was the perfect vantage for Pope John Paul II who used this hillside ‘Grotto’ when he blessed the fishermen’s fleet on his last visit. Learn about the folklore, humour, and deep-rooted culture of the Newfoundland people along the way. In season, watch for icebergs, whales, seabirds, and capelin.

Historic St John & Cape Spear Tour: $63.00 (Min 10 people)
Become acquainted with the city of St. John's and its surroundings, including Cape Spear, the most Easterly point in North America. This is the oldest colonized region in the new world and your local guide will regale you with its steeped history, legends & lore - all flavored with their personal anecdotes and good humor from which Newfoundlanders are so famous. Enjoy the brilliant vistas from Cabot Tower and Signal Hill, one of the most recognizable skylines in Canada. Walk through a cliffside World War II gun battery, watch for whales and seabirds and visit the oldest standing lighthouse in North America. Other stops include Quidi Vidi Village, Jelly Bean Row, Government House, the Roman Catholic Basilica and an orientation of the shops and restaurants of the downtown core.

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