The CRHNet Annual Symposium social program includes extensive opportunities for networking.
CRHNet annual symposia provide receptions, breakfasts, lunches and a banquet. An icebreaker reception the evening before the first day of the technical program provides an opportunity to mingle with fellow delegates in a casual atmosphere with light refreshments.
The technical program format uses café seating for the morning breakfast, plenary sessions and lunch, to encourage networking. Evening receptions in the poster and exhibits area provide light refreshments in a walk about casual atmosphere. The mid-meeting evening banquet encourages delegates to join each other for a splendid meal and spontaneous conversation.
We hope that while you are in Saskatchewan you will get a chance to explore our special province. To help you, we have planned two very special evenings that are included in the cost of your registration.
November 6th, 2013 – RCMP Heritage Centre Tour and Saskatchewan Fowl Supper
The Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) is a national treasure and one Saskatchewan is proud to host. We have reserved the RCMP Heritage Centre Museum for you exclusive use. Wander through the great exhibits at your leisure and see the history of this world famous police force. Try on the uniform and get your picture taken.
A visit to Saskatchewan is really not complete without the experience of a fowl supper....Ukrainian style! Across the Prairies, the fall and early winter month will see people gather to follow the centuries-old tradition of giving thanks for the bounty of the land. We have catered one of the finest local Ukrainian businesses to give you a truly unique experience including turkey and all the fixings, cabbage rolls, and perogies.
Come and join us for a very traditional small town Saskatchewan event, served in the surroundings of a national treasure.
November 7th, 2013 – A Taste of Saskatchewan
Recently the Executive Chef of the Radisson Plaza Hotel Saskatchewan won the Golden Plate award for Saskatchewan, against all professional chefs in the province. So, we have given him the following challenge: Provide our guests with a Taste of Saskatchewan - plan a tasting menu that is made from 100% Saskatchewan products. He has accepted this challenge, so get your taste buds ready.
With food, comes thirst! After you have experienced a Taste of Saskatchewan, we will move down the street to a local Regina pub, Beer Brothers GastroPub and Deli. Beer Brothers is one of the finest pubs in the province and will offer you 24 different draft beers on tap, as well as a wide choice of bottled selections. Mingle in their private room with fellow conference attendees and talk to our presenters.
Inquiries or contributions to the 10th Annual Symposium social program should be directed to Murray Sanders.