July 12 - 16, 2017 National Convention
Jean Young - Gamma Upsilon Chapter
West Frankfort, Illinois
Embassy Suites by Hilton Albuquerque Hotel & Spa
1000 Woodward Place NE,
Albuquerque, New Mexico, 87102
USA TEL: +1-505-245-7100 Use Group #: DTT
"Rio Grande" Registration
Lambda Gamma, Wichita, KS
"Sunset on the Sandia" Mixer
Beta Omega, Denver, Colorado
Theta Lota, Delano, California
"Treasurers from the Southwest" Raffle
Nu Alpha, Oxford, Ohio
Tour Information - Registration - Friday, July 14, 2017
NOTE - ALL TOUR RESERVATIONS ARE MADE ON-LINE USING THE LINK BELOW:
http://register. destinationsouthwest.com/2017- national-convention-tour- registration
Tour #1 – Santa Fe via the Turquoise Trail
12:30 pm – 9:00 pm $72.00
The historic Turquoise Trail National Scenic Byway links Albuquerque and Santa Fe and encompasses 15,000 square miles in the heart of central New Mexico. You will drive back into history through the mining towns of Golden, Madrid, and Cerrillos, whose mines once yielded gold, silver, lead, zinc, and turquoise. During its heyday in the 1880s Cerrillos boasted twenty-one saloons, and four hotels. A renewed spirit has brought art, crafts, theater, music, museums, and restaurants to these towns.
PRICE INCLUDES: Transportation; professional tour guide; walking tour of Santa Fe Plaza area; admission to Loretto Chapel and San Miguel Mission; bottled water on coach; guide and driver gratuities; all applicable taxes.
Tour #2 – Meet Albuquerque
2:00 pm – 9:00 pm $137.00
This afternoon you will visit one of the most beautiful artisan wineries in the Southwest, Casa Rondeña, for a private tour and wine tasting. New Mexico’s sun soaked soil and cool high desert nights are nearly perfect for the cultivation of grapes and have contributed to the recent revival of wine making in one of the nation’s oldest wine-producing regions.
Tour #3 – The Churches of Chimayo 12:30 pm – 9:00 pm $94.00
Head north to the historic seventeenth-century village of Chimayo. There is no better place in the state to experience the ecclesiastical history, architecture, and art of the early Spanish settlers than Chimayo. Its most famous landmark is a venerable religious shrine, the Santuario de Chimayo. This beautiful adobe chapel with twin bell towers was erected in 1816 by Don Bernardo de Abeyta over earth that is said to have miraculous healing qualities, and which for centuries attracted ancient Indians and then Hispanic settlers to this revered place. The many objects left by pilgrims give moving testimony to the power of faith, and the church interior and altar screens are exquisite examples of early 19th century religious folk art masters.
2017 National Convention
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