IACC Americas Connect 2019

 

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  • Tuesday, April 9, 2019
  •  
    2:00 PM  -  5:00 PM
    IACC Attendee Hub
    Benihana Restaurant-Fairmont Royal York
     Optional  Closed 
    4:30 PM  -  7:00 PM
    First Time Attendee Team Building and Networking
    Lob Toronto

    Networking is one of the main reasons for having meetings. What a pity that most conference organizers create the settings for networking, but not the formats! This year, IACC’s First-Time Attendee Meeting is a unique opportunity to experience a team building networking event. Get to know a whole host of fellow first time attendees while building genuine connections and having fun! Long-standing IACC members will envy you first-timers for having the chance to attend this event!

    Check out the venue:  Lob Toronto 
     

    Who Should Attend This Session:

    • First Time Attendees

     

    Bus departs from the York Street Entrance at the Fairmont Hotel at 4:30pm. After the event is over, the bus will take the group back to the Fairmont for a 7:00pm return time.

     

    EIC_143723-17_PP_Logo_Icon_Final This session is approved for 2.00 CE credits.

     Optional 
  • Wednesday, April 10, 2019
  •  
    8:30 AM  -  9:30 AM
    2019 IACC Ambassadors Meeting
    L-4 - Floor 27
    Invitation Only Session
     Optional 
    8:30 AM  -  12:30 PM
    IACC Attendee Hub
    Garden Lounge - Floor 16
     Optional  Closed 
    10:00 AM  -  10:30 AM
    Networking/Refreshment Break
    Garden Lounge - Floor 16
    Refreshments located in the Garden Lounge on 16th Floor of Vantage Venues.
     Optional  Closed 
    10:30 AM  -  12:45 PM
    Opening General Session & Keynote Presentation - Innovate or Die Trying
    Garden Hall - Floor 16

    Achieving breakthrough innovations requires applying new approaches to old problems. What can big companies learn from hackers, who have a unique way of thinking and novel methods for approaching problems and complicated tasks? A hacker turned world-class innovator will lead a discussion on ways to ignite innovation and inspire invention.

    About our keynote, Pablos Holman

     

    EIC_143723-17_PP_Logo_Icon_Final This session is approved for 2.75 CE credits.

    Speakers:
     Optional 
    11:50 AM  -  12:10 PM
    Networking/Refreshment Break
    Garden Lounge - Floor 16
    Refreshments located in the Garden Lounge on 16th Floor of Vantage Venues.
     Optional  Closed 
    12:30 PM  -  4:45 PM
    Exhibit Hall Open
    St. Andrews Lounge/Main Dining Room - Floor 27
    Exhibits are located in St. Andrews Lounge/Main Dining Room on Floor 27 of Vantage Venues.
     Optional 
    12:30 PM  -  4:30 PM
    IACC Attendee Hub
    Floor 16
     Optional  Closed 
    12:45 PM  -  1:45 PM
    Lunch
    St. Andrews Hall/St. Andrews Lounge/Main Dining Room - Floor 27
     Optional 
    2:00 PM  -  3:00 PM
    IACC Global Innovations
    S-7 - Floor 27
    One of IACC Connect’s most popular workshops is the Global Innovations session, where IACC members and suppliers present their innovative and creative initiatives that either develop their product and service or help them run aspects of their business more efficiently. Members share innovations borrowing a “speed dating” concept, each participating member receives 5 minutes to share their idea in this fast-paced showcase.  The winning innovation will be announced at the Connect awards evening. 
    Facilitator:
     Optional 
    2:00 PM  -  3:00 PM
    Innovate or Die Trying - the Deeper Dive
    L-4 - Floor 27

    Understand why successful & incumbent companies can’t keep up with the pace of innovation in Silicon Valley (loose term for high tech).  The fundamental driver is always advancing computer technology paired with a fearless drive to apply it to new things.  The people best at that are hackers, and of course we can trace most of these success stories to people who could be described as such.

     

    EIC_143723-17_PP_Logo_Icon_Final This session is approved for 1.00 CE credits.

    Speakers:
     Optional 
    2:00 PM  -  3:00 PM
    Ontario Wine Discovery
    L-2 - Floor 27

    Join event emcee & certified sommelier Erin Henderson for an exciting and informative tasting through Ontario Wine Country.

    With more and more awards and accolades from across the globe, come discover for yourself while Ontario is the next wine region to watch.

    Well over 40 different varietals are successfully produced across the province’s three official wine regions, and in this exploration Erin has selected the five grapes that experts agree are the hallmark of this cool climate wine region: Riesling, Chardonnay, Gamay, Pinot Noir, and Cabernet Franc.

    Additionally, no Ontario wine tasting is complete without Icewine (yes, one word and capitalized) – but also Traditional Method sparkling wine which is becoming the next Big Thing to catch global recognition.

     

    EIC_143723-17_PP_Logo_Icon_Final This session is approved for 1.00 CE credit.

    Speaker:
     Optional 
    3:00 PM  -  3:15 PM
    Networking/Exhibitor Break
    St. Andrews Lounge/Main Dining Room - Floor 27
    Refreshments and an opportunity to visit the exhibitors and discuss new products and services.
     Optional  Closed 
    3:15 PM  -  4:15 PM
    Game on! Designing a Profitable Game Strategy for your Property
    L-2 - Floor 27
    Smart planners know that games and activities can involve adults in learning and connecting like no other method can. The exponential growth in on-line games and game meet-ups shows how much we’re into games. Combine that with research that demonstrates the power of games to engage attendees, impact learning and retention, and build teams and community – and you’ve got real potential for creating a revenue stream that meeting planners crave. We’ll reveal key areas where games can impact a meeting and talk about ways to develop offerings for your clients. Prepare to get YOUR game on!   

    Objectives:
    •  Share why “gamifying” meetings is becoming so popular and why it’s a hot growth market 
    •  Understand the key ways to integrate games into meetings 
    •  Provide tips, tools and resources to build games as a revenue stream 
    •  Engage the attendees in the session with hands-on activities 
    Speakers:
     Optional 
    3:15 PM  -  4:15 PM
    Radical Thinking: Change Your Venue to be the Customers Stage
    S-7 - Floor 27

    Ladies and Gentlemen, welcome to my fabulous conference center space, where your meetings and events will be given ultimate service and products to enhance guest satisfaction to its delight and satisfaction. When the curtains open and your venue is revealed to the planner for the first time, what is their impression? Is anticipation stronger than actual on-site experience? I call this the Theater of Meetings tm.

    Radical thinking pertaining to your venue is understanding the core objective of a meeting's objective and turning that into a script for your team to play different roles where they will educate, empathize and energize themselves. Using the guidance of the Six-E's Process to experiential design, this session will focus on the venue's opportunity to build anticipation, deliver expectations and move a few pieces of furniture around now and then, creating a stage to tell every customer's story. Experiential meeting design and creative thinking are different from theater in that they are live - with no rehearsals. What they share is space - physical space - and the ability to create memories. Take one!

    You will learn:
    How to stage a conference into six-steps from pre to post event
    Tools and techniques for creative thinking to share with your sales team
    How to utilize the property and venue to its maximum
    How to develop your own list of 'trigger' words to spark ideas for your space and customer
    How to be a 'hit'


    EIC_143723-17_PP_Logo_Icon_Final This session is approved for 1.00 CE credits.

    Speakers:
     Optional 
    3:15 PM  -  4:15 PM
    Virtual Reality is a Reality- It's Here and It's Staying
    L-4 - Floor 27

    There is no question. Virtual Reality (VR) technology is here, and it is set to dominate our marketplace with totally immersive visualization experiences sooner than you can imagine. Find out what is in store and how you can leverage the technology in your event business. Demonstrate the full force of your creativity with Virtual Reality.

    Learning Objective 1:  Learn the benefits of VR technology for event professionals and discover the many different applications that are possible
    Learning Objective 2:  Experience a VR property walk-through like a destination client
    Learning Objective 3:  Understand the importance of bringing in your team for the VR client walkthrough

     

    EIC_143723-17_PP_Logo_Icon_Final This session is approved for 1.00 CE credits.

    Speakers:
     Optional 
    4:15 PM  -  4:45 PM
    How Strategic Procurement Practices Can Set You Up for Operational & Financial Success
    S-4 - Floor 27
    The global conference and convention center industry continues to develop at a fast rate, with constantly changing demands in food & beverage and internet infrastructure. Truly understanding the make-up of your supply chain and staying on top of opportunities to remove conference center expenses and F&B costs is critical. Yet, most management companies don’t have the time or dedicated resources they need to manage all aspects of their purchasing operations efficiently.  Even fewer have the visibility to properly track supplier contracts, bid negotiations and spend at the property-level. 

    This session will include information to help you manage your supply chain and implement a procurement strategy which allows conference center managers to spend less time screening suppliers and more time focusing on their guests. For instance, by organizing and streamlining supplier selection, a company can create standards that reflect the desired brand image and provide guidelines to simplify on-property work. 

    Gain an understanding of the technology, tools and know-how you need to: better enforce and track vendor and brand standardization across your portfolio; and achieve best-in-class contracts to help mitigate risk and obtain the highest savings. 

    In this session, the audience will learn: 
    1) Latest F&B and conference center trends and tips to help streamline operations and reduce expenses
    2) How to leverage synergies across a mix of properties to see improved value throughout the entire supply chain
    3) Top purchasing areas conference center managers can focus on immediately to save operating expenses and mitigate risk

     

    EIC_143723-17_PP_Logo_Icon_Final This session is approved for .50 CE credits. 

    Speakers:
     Optional 
    4:15 PM  -  4:45 PM
    Micro-Education Session: The Future of Meetings & How to Prepare for It
    M-1 - Floor 27

    After this session you’ll be able to identify the big trends of how people meet and collaborate, and know how to prepare your venue for that future. We’ll discuss the new ways that your meeting participants want to collaborate, and how that affects what’s needed in the conference rooms.

     

    EIC_143723-17_PP_Logo_Icon_Final This session is approved for .50 CE credits.

    Speakers:
     Optional 
    4:15 PM  -  4:45 PM
    Micro-Education Session: Uncovering Hidden Profits
    S-6 - Floor 27
    We all are guilty of leaving money on the table.  Explore how to use a simple tool to discover undisclosed needs of planners that will help you hone-in on services you can provide to boost your revenues.

    Objectives:
    Share a simple, easy-to-use tool to help uncover planner needs
    Become a Category of One by showing planners you care about more than just heads-in-beds
    Uncover hidden pockets of services to offer your clients, all of which boost your revenues
    Speakers:
     Optional 
    4:15 PM  -  4:45 PM
    Micro-Education Session: Virtual Reality: An Accessible Game Changer in the Event Industry
    S-5 - Floor 27

    Virtual Reality is the future of event venue sales. One day soon, instead of traveling around the world to expos and presenting your portfolio on an iPad, you’ll promote your property by giving personal, VR tours.  You will transport prospective clients instantly to your site and walk them through the best features as if you were taking them through the actual property in person. In this interactive session, we’ll discuss the history and evolution of Virtual Reality in this session, and how it is positioned to be a major game changer in our industry. 

    Learning Objective 1:  How Virtual Reality evolved and why big brands are investing billions into it
    Learning Objective 2:  Which pain points VR addresses, how it helps convert sales, and how it will help you stand out from your competition 
    Learning Objective 3:  How to access VR for your company

     

    EIC_143723-17_PP_Logo_Icon_Final This session is approved for .50 CE credits.

    Speakers:
     Optional 
    4:15 PM  -  4:45 PM
    Networking/Exhibitor Break
    St. Andrews Lounge/Main Dining Room - Floor 27
    Refreshments and an opportunity to visit the exhibitors and discuss new products and services.
     Optional  Closed 
    5:45 PM  -  6:00 PM
    Buses Depart Fairmont Royal York for Awards Ceremony
    Bus departs from the York Street Entrance at the hotel.
     Optional 
    6:30 PM  -  10:30 PM
    IACC Opening Awards Ceremony
    The Globe and Mail Centre: Event Hall/Lounge - Floor 17
    Celebrate leaders in the industry at the Annual IACC Awards Reception, an evening in the enchanted forest.
     Optional 
  • Thursday, April 11, 2019
  •  
    8:00 AM  -  3:30 PM
    IACC Attendee Hub
    Floor 27 Foyer
     Optional  Closed 
    8:30 AM  -  9:00 AM
    Breakfast
    St. Andrews Lounge/Main Dining Room - Floor 27
     Optional 
    8:30 AM  -  3:30 PM
    Exhibit Hall Open
    St. Andrews Lounge/Main Dining Room - Floor 27
    Exhibits are located in St. Andrews Lounge/Main Dining Room on Floor 27 of Vantage Venues.
     Optional  Closed 
    8:30 AM  -  9:00 AM
    Micro-Education Session: Activate Culture to Drive Change
    S-5 - Floor 27

    In this session we will discover the application of individual and company core values to exponentially create change in an organization. Innovation is an expectation as the pace of change continuously increases.  Only true engagement can ensure that our companies are able to be agile and successful through constant change.  

    Learner Outcomes:
    1. Create an agile decision-making framework based on Values and Culture 
    2. Hire for values and aptitude to drive the success
    3. Listen and recognize Key words that support change initiatives.

     

    EIC_143723-17_PP_Logo_Icon_Final This session is approved for .50 CE credits.

    Speakers:
     Optional 
    8:30 AM  -  9:00 AM
    Micro-Education Session: Biometrics and the Potential to Revolutionize the Attendee Experience
    S-4 - Floor 27

    Attendees will learn about:

    -  What are Biometrics?
    -  Where will we see Biometrics used in the MICE industry?
    -  Common concerns about Biometrics (i.e. ethical concerns)?
    -  How Biometrics will revolutionize the MICE industry?
             •  Event Efficiency
             •  Event Safety/Security
             •  Attendee data collection and analysis

    Speakers:
     Optional 
    8:30 AM  -  9:00 AM
    Micro-Education Session: Ditch the "Elevator Speech" NOW!
    S-6 - Floor 27

    “Hi, what do you do?” How engaging - or boring! - is your answer? If you’re still using your old “elevator speech” - ouch! Discover a fresh approach and much better way to spark interest, put the other person (and yourself) at ease and begin a meaningful conversation.

    At the end of this 30 minute session, you will:

    • be prepared to engage buyers rather than bore them
    • identify messaging that engages and advances a preliminary conversation
    • use an authentic opening to immediately put the other person at ease

     

    EIC_143723-17_PP_Logo_Icon_Final This session is approved for .50 CE credits.

     Optional 
    8:30 AM  -  9:00 AM
    Micro-Education Session: The Future of the Coffee Break
    Conference Center Lounge - Floor 27
    Currently, convention coffee break offerings are often forgettable and lack the nutrition needed to boost energy. How can we transform the coffee break to fuel the mind and engage delegates? Join a lively exchange of ideas to re-imagine the future of the coffee break. 

    By the end of this 30-minute session participants will:
    •  Have fresh ideas on how to reinvigorate your next coffee break
    •  Unpack the industry trends as they relate to nutrition and networking
     
    Speakers:
     Optional 
    8:30 AM  -  9:00 AM
    Micro-Education Session: Would You Hire You as an Experience Consultant?
    M-1 - Floor 27

    When you arrive at your venue what is the first impression? What do you see, hear, touch, smell? Is there someone greeting you? Statistics show the first non-verbal impression is the most lasting and has the most emotional impact and the last impression is one that people speak of the most (you know this from how fast bad news travels). If YOU were on a site visit to your venue, what would your answers to the above be related to a potential meeting or event? This session will focus on how to increase experiential awareness of the possibilities to make a little change for a big impression.

     

    EIC_143723-17_PP_Logo_Icon_Final This session is approved for .50 CE credits.

    Speakers:
     Optional 
    9:00 AM  -  10:00 AM
    Everything I Know About Life, I Learned in the Kitchen
    S-7 - Floor 27

    A story of trusting your gut and not being afraid to embrace mistakes in the face of creating an innovated business model.

    Learning Outcome: Success in business is often measured with numbers and data, but true success can only be learned at the school of hard knocks. Participants will learn that in order to find success one must find their true authentic selves.

     

    EIC_143723-17_PP_Logo_Icon_Final This session is approved for 1.00 CE credits.

    Speakers:
     Optional 
    9:00 AM  -  10:00 AM
    Food, Risk & Liability: More than Menu Planning
    L-2 - Floor 27

    Every good meeting professional and conference center knows to plan around food allergies and dietary restrictions. It’s good business, but it’s also the law. In this session, we will address questions such as: To whom do I owe a legal duty of care? Am I meeting it? And what is the risk for failing to do so?

    Essential Learning Components
    Define duty of care as it applies to food allergies and restrictions.
    Assess the applicability of specific laws to food-related liability risk.
    Incorporate risk mitigation techniques to create best practices.

     

    EIC_143723-17_PP_Logo_Icon_Final This session is approved for 1.00 CE credits.

    Speakers:
     Optional 
    9:00 AM  -  10:00 AM
    Radical Innovations Thru Values
    L-4 - Floor 27

    Multi-generational and multi-cultural work places are challenging us as communicators to find common denominators to create true connections between our employees and customers.  

    This session will provide you with insight on aligning personal and company values to drive connections and ultimately revenue. We will review simple and tangible methods to activate values and drive high energy engagements, including how to:  

    • Utilize new methods to get your company vision and values off of a poster and into action
    • Determine your company EVP – Give your Communications team something to say
    • Design, align, and assess you company culture

     

    EIC_143723-17_PP_Logo_Icon_Final This session is approved for 1.00 CE credits.

    Speakers:
     Optional 
    10:00 AM  -  10:30 AM
    Networking/Exhibitor Break
    St. Andrews Lounge/Main Dining Room - Floor 27
    Refreshments and an opportunity to visit the exhibitors and discuss new products and services.
     Optional  Closed 
    10:30 AM  -  11:30 AM
    Email: Time to Change Everything!
    S-7 - Floor 27

    Opinions and decisions are shaped through email. If you’re working hard to create great results yet still have to chase responses, it’s time for radical change! Attend this highly interactive session to see how your emails may be sabotaging your success – and what you can do about it. Leave with innovative ideas to boost your reputation and results.

    At the end of this workshop, you will:

    • create email messaging that quickly focuses on what matters to the customer
    • replace outdated, silly words and phrasing with strategic, smart messaging
    • apply email “etiquette” that ensures you look good, smart and get best results

     

    EIC_143723-17_PP_Logo_Icon_Final This session is approved for 1.00 CE credits.

     Optional 
    10:30 AM  -  11:30 AM
    Meetings Outlook: A Deep Dive into the Latest Business Trends
    L-4 - Floor 27
    Meeting professionals are so over-taxed in the present, they often forget—or don't have the time—to look ahead. Take a moment to preview the future based on MPI's most recent Meetings Outlook research, published quarterly in The Meeting Professional magazine and then discuss the trends that are most affecting you and your peers. Brainstorm ways to start planning for the uncertain future with case studies and best practices from around the globe.

    Learner Outcomes:
    •  Review the forecast for events in the coming year, including budget, attendance and business conditions.
    •  Deep dive into trends that matter and discuss next steps with your peers.
    •  Learn how these trends affect you and the future of your meetings.
    Speakers:
     Optional 
    10:30 AM  -  11:30 AM
    Sustainable, Brain-Friendly, Inclusive and Budget Wise Menus
    L-2 - Floor 27

    Have you ever tried to select a menu that is sustainable, inclusive, healthy, allergy responsible, brain-friendly, within budget and that your participants will actually enjoy? It’s possible with a bit of planning, creativity and collaboration with your event partners.
     
    Learning Outcomes: 
    • Learn how to save money on your menu design with sustainable practices.
    • Learn about menu options that meet multiple dietary requirements.
    • Learn about menu choices that help participants better engage with your programme.

     

    EIC_143723-17_PP_Logo_Icon_Final This session is approved for 1.00 CE credits.

    Speakers:
     Optional 
    11:30 AM  -  1:00 PM
    Lunch & Copper Skillet Competition
    St. Andrews Hall/St. Andrews Lounge/Main Dining Room - Floor 27

    Chefs from across the globe have been competing throughout the year to earn their spot and go head-to-head with some of the best chefs in the industry.

    Who will be named Conference Venue Chef of the year and take home the coveted Copper Skillet? Join us in Toronto to find out!


    Copper Skillet Competitors

     Optional 
    1:15 PM  -  4:30 PM
    Culinary Mystery Tour
    Mystery Location!

    Keeping with this year’s theme of Radical Change, Erin Henderson, MC for IACC Americas 2019, will lead guests on a Culinary Mystery experience unlike anything you’ve ever done before. Your food and beverage journey will take you to three of Downtown Toronto’s most cutting edge and innovative venues for immersive educational fun. 

    Learner Outcomes:
    More comfort and confidence when pairing food and beverages
    A renewed appreciation for how to leverage local flavors in your facility
    A greater understanding of current food and beverage trends

    Who Should Attend This Session:
    Food and Beverage Professionals
    General Managers


    Due to space restrictions, this session required pre-registration. If you have pre-registered for the session and received a ticket with your name badge, please meet in the foyer of the 27th Floor at 1:00pm by the IACC Attendee Hub at Vantage Venues. The group will take a short walk to the mystery location. If you were not able to pre-register and would like to attend, we will have a waiting list in the event of cancellations. Please stop by the Attendee Hub by 10:00am on Thursday, April 11 to put your name on the list.


    If you are on the waiting list, please meet the group in the foyer on the 27th Floor at the IACC Attendee Hub by 1:00pm on Thursday in case a spot opens up. If a spot opens, then you will take a short walk to the mystery locations.

     

    EIC_143723-17_PP_Logo_Icon_Final This session is approved for 3.25 CE credits.

    Hosts:
     Optional  Closed 
    1:15 PM  -  3:00 PM
    If you can’t stand the heat, stay out of the kitchen!
    Garden Hall - Floor 16

    Trends in Food with a guest meeting organizer audience

    IACC invites meeting planning professionals from Toronto and the surrounding area to come together with us to predict, debate and shape the future of conference dining. In this lively debate 4 culinary trends will be dissected and views and opinions will be shared. Let the food fight begin!

    We welcome an expert panel made up of a leading meeting organizer, dietary tzar, sustainability superhero and venue culinary craftsman to discuss the trends that can make or break your meetings. 

     

    EIC_143723-17_PP_Logo_Icon_FinalThis session is approved for 1.75 CE credits.

    Facilitator:
     Optional 
    3:00 PM  -  3:30 PM
    Networking/Exhibitor Break
    St. Andrews Lounge/Main Dining Room - Floor 27
    Refreshments and an opportunity to visit the exhibitors and discuss new products and services.
     Optional  Closed 
    3:30 PM  -  4:30 PM
    North American Lodging Update - A US and Canadian Perspective
    L-3 - Floor 27

    Factors impacting the top line and bottom line performance of the US & Canadian Lodging Sectors, providing IACC attendees with a base line understanding of market factors which should be considered as input into the business planning process for their operations.

     

    EIC_143723-17_PP_Logo_Icon_Final This session is approved for 1.00 CE credits.

    Speakers:
     Optional 
    3:30 PM  -  4:30 PM
    Prospecting Today: Bam - You've GOT THIS!
    S-7 - Floor 27

    Cheesy, pushy, aggressive, generic cold prospecting is dead. But that doesn’t mean prospecting doesn’t work. Developing business today requires an emotionally appealing perspective that makes the next step simple. Radical innovation to old-school prospecting is key! And all you have to do is be yourself, paint a picture of their success and take control. You’ve got this!

    At the end of this workshop, you will:

    • apply an easy 4-step process to immediately engage prospects
    • eliminate fake, inauthentic, time-consuming prospecting efforts
    • earn the right to advance to the next step in the buying journey

     

    EIC_143723-17_PP_Logo_Icon_Final This session is approved for 1.00 CE credits.

     Optional 
    3:30 PM  -  4:30 PM
    Radical Innovation Recap: What's Next?
    L-2 - Floor 27

    After 2 full days of educational programming and networking, come share key conference takeaways with your peers. Discuss what criteria you will use to identify and prioritize the best ideas. Start work on action plans that will facilitate their implementation. Identify which IACC resources will be most helpful in this process and which additional resources will be critical in tackling the challenges ahead. 

    As a result attending this session, you will be able to: 
    •  Add to your conference takeaways
    •  Outline key evaluation criteria and implementation strategies
    •  Identify additional, crucial resources for continued success

     

    Speakers:
     Optional 
    5:30 PM  -  5:45 PM
    Buses Depart Fairmont Royal York for Distillery District
    Bus departs from the York Street Entrance at the hotel.
     Optional  Closed 
    6:00 PM  -  7:30 PM
    Closing Reception: Spirit of York - Distillery District
    Spirit of York - Distillery District
    Experience the Distillery District on Thursday night! Shuttles depart at 5:30pm from the York Street Entrance at the Fairmont Royal York for an evening reception at the Spirit of York (6:00pm - 7:00pm), after which you can explore cobblestone streets lined with hip indie restaurants, bars and boutiques. The final shuttle back to the Fairmont departs at 10:15pm.
     Optional 
    7:30 PM  -  9:30 PM
    Dine Around the Distillery District
     Optional 
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