We are very excited to host the Mining Society for their Annual General Meeting and to kick off our 2012 season at Keltic Lodge.
Cape Breton, Nova Scotia (PRWEB) March 15, 2012
Keltic Lodge Cape Breton Resort will be hosting the 125th Annual General Meeting (AGM) for the Mining Society of Nova Scotia. This Nova Scotia event will take place from June 6-8 2012 at Keltic Lodge and will include special guests such as Canadian comedian Rick Mercer, Capt. Royal Canadian Navy (Hon) Fred George and North America’s only coal miner’s choir, Men of the Deeps.
“We are very excited to host the Mining Society for their Annual General Meeting and to kick off our 2012 season at Keltic Lodge,” states General Manager Matthew Mackenzie. “Cape Breton has a strong tie to mining and we are excited to be a part of it here at Keltic Lodge.”
The Mining Society of Nova Scotia AGM weekend will be filled with excellent speakers, Cape Breton music and many Nova Scotia activities to make it a pleasant time for all. Keltic Lodge will be offering meal plans for lunches and dinners on Thursday and Friday. Experience the best of Nova Scotia cuisine by the award-winning Chef and culinary team in the Cape Breton Resort restaurants. Registration is now open and rooms are filling quickly. To register for this event and to make reservations at the Cape Breton restaurants at Keltic Lodge, click here.
The Mining Society of Nova Scotia’s core purpose is to serve the mining, minerals and materials industries and professionals in Nova Scotia and Atlantic Canada. This Nova Scotia based organization provides educational programs, promotes health and safety, provides mentorship and much more. To learn more about who they are and what they do, visit their website: http://www.miningsocietyns.ca
About Keltic Lodge:
Situated high on a cliff surrounded by the Atlantic Ocean and a view of majestic Cape Smokey rising out of the sea, Keltic Lodge Resort and Spa has been welcoming guests to Cape Breton Island’s most majestic property since July 1940 . Comfortable Cape Breton accommodations are offered in the historic Main Lodge, the Inn at Keltic and in cozy two or four-bedroom cottages with fireplaces and verandas, totaling 105 guestrooms.
Recreation facilities included on property or in the surrounding area range from a heated outdoor pool, nearby ocean beach Ingonish Beach, hiking wilderness trails, lawn games, whale watching, Aveda Spa, and boat cruises. Adjacent to the resort is a highlight of Cape Breton golf, the 18 hole championship Highlands Links Golf Course, ranked by Score Golf Magazine as Atlantic Canada's Top Public Course in 2009. The course, rich in the Scottish tradition, has been restored to Stanley Thompson's magnificent original design.