24 PRESENTERS: "THE POWER TO HEAL"
May (23), 24, 25, & 26 2019 (Memorial Day Weekend)
Held at The Omni Parker House in Boston MA, USA
PRICE INCLUDES 4 ALL YOU CAN EAT BUFFET MEALS,
All presentations, plus ...
Free Pre-Conference Workshop - Jennifer Hadley on Thu. May 23, and
Free Post-Conference Workshop - Lisa Natoli & Bill Free on Sun. May 26
(These workshops are only open to those registered for the Conference) plus ...
SPECIAL MUSICAL GUEST NEDA BOIN,
Neda was recently added to the line-up!
SATURDAY NIGHT DANCE PARTY,
& Sun. Finale celebration.
(Sleeping rooms at The Omni Parker House are a separate charge.)
9 new Presenters for this Boston Conference Wow!!! All these Presenters are at ONE A Course In Miracles Conference! It must be GIGANTIC! (You bet!)
Circle of Atonement
Love in Action
Rev. Maria Felipe
& Lyn Johnson
Teachers of God Foundation
Power of Love Ministries
Center for Remembering and Sharing
Boston Cream Pie
The Parker House Restaurant claims to have perfected the Boston Cream Pie!
Rev. Kevin Rice
Cindy Lora-Renard &
Mary Love &
A Course of Love
Miracles Live 365
Teachers of God Foundation
Rev. Tony Ponticello
Community Miracles Center (CMC)
Foundation of Open Hearts
The Famous Swan Boats
Since 1877 these one of a kind boats have been giving rides in the Boston Gardens just minutes away.
Dr. Bob Rosenthal
Foundation for Inner Peace
Rev. Manuela Tornow
Course In Miracles Society (CIMS)
& Corinne Zupko
Current price is $599. You can reserve and guarantee your place by paying a $149 deposit (non-refundable).
To receive the $599 price, the full amount will need to be paid by May 10, 2019.
After May 10, 2019 tickets must be purchased for the "at the door price" of $649
Until May 10, 2019 full payment tickets can be canceled and you will get any excess paid above 50% of your registration price back. From May 11, 2019 on, there will be no refunds - sorry. Tickets can be fully transfered to another attendee but we must have full information on the new ticket holder: name, phone, email, & postal address.
We have negotiated the low room prices of: Deluxe for $269 per night. This is terrific for downtown Boston. As soon as you register we will send you the link to reserve your room at The Omni Parker House Hotel.
“Nothing will be beyond your healing power because nothing will be denied your simple request.”
The Omni Parker House has the distinction of being the longest, continually in operation hotel in the United States. It opened it's doors to guests in 1855, 163 years ago.
Just like the CMC's Conferences in San Francisco 2018, Las Vegas 2016, and New York City 2015 and Chicago 2013 we will be organizing tourist activities:
... all day and night Thu. May 23,
... in the morning Fri. May 24,
... in the afternoon and evening of Sun. May 26,
... all day Memorial Day Mon. May 27.
Please come day(s) early and stay day(s) after and make a vacation of your trip. The low room price will extend to your extra days. The exact tourist excursion will not be planned until we are much closer to the event. Here are a few things we are thinking of:
* Private Tour of Fenway Park and an actual Boston Red Sox game
* Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum
* Les Miserables - the Famous Musical Will Be Back!
* The Swan Boat Rides and the Boston Common (oldest park in the United States)
* Boston Symphony Orchestra
* Faneuil Hall Marketplace
* Freedom Trail & Old Ironsides
* Museum of Fine Arts
* Duck Tour on Land and Water
Boston Red Sox and Fenway Park: Join us to see this historical park that has been a fixture of Boston since 1912 and join in cheering them on as they play a game! What fun!
Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum: Participate in a colonial town meeting, “dump the tea” from a ship, and visit the museum! Multi-sensory movie, artifacts and fun!
Les Miserables: This sweeping epic is one of the most popular musicals ever. This musical is back just a year after closing on Broadway."
Swan Boats and Boston Common: Wander through the oldest city park in the United States dating back to 1634 and take a trip on the historical swan boats.
Boston Symphony Orchestra: See a performance at this historical venue (and one of the “Big Five” symphonies in America). It’s something you won’t want to miss.
Faneuil Hall Marketplace: History, shopping, street performers, and pushcart lunch vendors all rolled into one.
Freedom Trail: Follow an 18th century clad guide on the Freedom Trail.
Museum of Fine Arts: One of the most comprehensive art museums in the world with over 450,000 works.
Duck Tour on Land and Water: You’ll cruise by all the places that make Boston the birthplace of freedom. Fun, funny, informative and fabulous!
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call for more information: (415) 621-2556
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