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We have reserved a night of fun for conference delegates to show you what the city has to offer – all at special rates!

Join us on Friday May 11, 2017. Make your selection when registering for the conference! Space is subject to availability.

Times attached to each activity include transportation to and from the hotel.

Hermetic Code Tour of Manitoba Legislative Building

450 Broadway

From 6:00 to 8:20

Completed in 1920, many consider Manitoba’s third Legislative Building to be the finest provincial Legislative Building in the Country. Dr. Frank Albo will take you on a trail of occult clues concealed in the building’s architecture including: hidden hieroglyphic inscriptions, numerological codes, and Freemasonic symbols so intelligently masked they have escaped historians and visitors for nearly a hundred years!

Canadian Museum for Human Rights – Explore the Galleries Tour

85 Israel Asper Way

From 6:20 to 8:40

The world’s only museum dedicated to human rights education and awareness. This guided tour will take you on a human rights journey and allow you to discover the Museum’s inspiring and diverse content. You will be able to explore all of our 11 galleries and connect with compelling human rights stories along the way.

Sweat Lodge – Circle of Life Thunderbird House

715 Main St, Winnipeg, MB

From 6:00 pm
$20 per person, maximum 25 participants. Please note that the 20$ fee is for transportation to and from the sweat lodge.

A sweat is a ritual practised among indigenous peoples, a sacred prayer ceremony primarily for cleansing, believed to be essential in healing and restoring balance in one’s life. These ceremonies take place in sweat lodges, which are heated dome-shaped structures generated by steam created from pouring water onto heated rocks. For Indigenous peoples, the sweat lodge has spiritual, cultural and practical purposes. The sweat lodge is a place to connect with Indigenous heritage and culture.

Read important information on sweat lodges before registering: https://www.steinbachconsulting.org/ccpasweat.

Capital K Distillery

1680 Dublin Ave

From 6:40 to 8:00

Tours feature a guided walk through Manitoba’s first grain-to-bottle craft distillery. Guests experience an intimate and interactive tour of the distillery, taking in details on the complete distilling process and observing our custom-engineered equipment first hand.

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