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Registration includes Monday evening reception, Tuesday & Wednesday business sessions, Tuesday & Wednesday luncheons, and Wednesday Night Dinner.
Optional Extras are a 9 hole shoot out golf tournament, Taste Of Gloucester Foodie Tour and a whale watching sailing trip. Information for each of these is below. 
List below children who will accompany you:
Golf Tournament (9 Hole Shootout) Details
Monday, June 15th -  9:00am Shotgun Start- Rockport Golf Club
Cost: $55 per person, includes green fee, cart and use of practice facility. 
Rockport Golf Club is located in Rockport, Massachusetts at the tip of Cape Ann. The Rockport Country Club, with the combined efforts and cooperation of local businessmen and summer residents, was established on December 11, 1913, and incorporated on January 2, 1914.Today, it is flourishing again with 300 members, under the watchful eye of head PGA Pro Steve Clayton and greens superintendent Bill Yanakakis,  and is known for the quality of its fairways and greens. This is a 9 hole course - Tournament is 9 holes.
Additional Golf Option - Extra Round of 9 Holes
Immediately following Tournament
Rockport Golf Club
Additional Cost: $25 per person
Play a second round of 9 holes after the tournament presentation! 
Taste of Gloucester Foodie Tour
Tuesday June 15, 2020 – WALKING Tour - departs at 8:45am from Hotel Entrance

Cost: $75 per person
The walking tour will leave the Beauport and take a stroll along the harbor, on to the Fisherman's Memorial & then the tour continues along Gloucester's beautiful and quaint main street. We will be stopping to taste and sample in a varitety of Gloucesters restaurants and brewery's. A must do morning for anyone not attending the business sessions. 
Whale Watchingn Cruise 
Tuesday June 15, 2020 – Boat Departs promptly at 1:30pm
Cost: $30 per person

7 Seas Whale Watch is located in the heart of historic downtown Gloucester, and as soon as you board the Privateer you will be surrounded by the sights and sounds of Gloucester’s working waterfront. Once the cruise is under way, we will make our way through the harbor and your naturalist will point out the historic buildings and landmarks of Gloucester, explaining some of the maritime lore surrounding this world famous seaport. The trip out to the whales usually takes between 45 minutes to a little over an hour depending on the location of the whales. Once we arrive on the feeding grounds we will spend approximately 1.5 hours with the whales. Your onboard naturalist will provide valuable insight into the lives of the whales you see and explain the behaviors you observe the whales engaged in. It is important to remember that going on a whale watch is a lot like going on a safari. The animals that we see are not captive animals in the confines of a zoo or an aquarium, nor are they trained to perform “tricks” for our amusement. Thus we never know exactly where they will be, what species we will see, or what activities they will be engaged in. The unpredictability of the trip is part of the fun!

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