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Boston Convention 2017 - 100th AMORC Celebration - September 28, 2017 - Newton, MA

September 28, 2017 from 1:00 PM to 6:00 PM

Location: Boston Marriott - Newton
Street: 2345 Commonwealth Avenue
City/Town: Newton
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Boston Marriott - Newton

Event Description

Good day Fratres & Sorores!!!!

The last day to register is September 15 and we are almost sold out!

You can register here:

Website Access code is: BostonRC2017

Join your Rosicrucian family with Imperator Christian Bernard in celebrating a century of Light in Boston. Boston Convention 2017 activities start on September 28 - October 1, 2017 to celebrate AMORC's 100th Anniversary in the greater Boston and New England area.

Registration Cost is $250.00

Pre-Convention activities costs:

Boston Historical Duck Tour $45.00

Boston Red Sox Fenway Park Experience: $75.00

Pre-Convention agenda:

Thursday September 28, 2017:

1:30 PM: Duck Tour of historical Boston (Limited Seating) $45.00

4:45 PM Special Boston Red Sox Fenway Park experience with tickets to the game.  ($75.00) (Limited Seating)

Free shuttle service 3 times daily between the Marriott and Indigo hotel!!!

Convention schedule Highlights:

Friday September 29:

10:00 AM: Martinist Conventicle with Imperator

1:30 PM: RCUI lectures -

6:30 PM: Opening Ceremony -

7:30 PM: Special Ritual Drama

Saturday Sept 30:

9:00 AM Lectures

4:00 PM: Pronaos Convocation

6:30 PM: Dinner dance - Native American Show. ($75.00)

Sunday October 1:

9:30 AM:Lodge Convocation: guest speaker Imperator Christian Bernard.

1:30 PM - 2:30 PM: Optional visit to Boston Lodge

Free shuttle service 3 times daily between the Marriott and Indigo hotel!!!

Speakers: ​Imperator ​Christian ​Bernard, ​GM ​Julie ​Scott

RCUI speakers: Karen ​Wark, ​Lonnie ​Edwards, ​Ed ​Lee, ​Julian ​Johnson, ​Tom ​Ogazon ​& ​Rudolph ​Berrouet

Please let us know if you have any questions!

Rey LeMaine

GC/ Committee Chair


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