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Meeting Sites DISCOVERY: Four hundred years after its founding, Quebec retains all its colonial charm (the Historic District of Old Quebec is a UNESCO World Heritage Site) and is celebrating its history with a host of special events that will add luster to any meet- Quebec City ESSENTIAL TOOL BOX Convention Centers: Quebec City Convention Centre, 75,000 sf of dedicated space; 30 meeting rooms. Expocite, 125,000 sf of dedicated space and 15,000-seat coliseum; four meetings rooms, largest holds 160 theater-style. For More Information: Quebec City and Area TCB PHOTOS: COURTESY QUEBEC CITY TOURISM ing. But even as it commemorates the past, Quebec City looks forward to a number of planned improvements. BON ANNIVERSAIRE It’s not too late for groups— particularly smaller ones—to join the party for Quebec’s 400th anniversary. Ongoing events include: The Image Mill, By Joy Anderson a sound-and-light extravaganza on the history of Quebec City, created by Robert Lepage and Ex Machina. Using old grain elevators on the river as a screen, it will be the largest out- door architectural projection in history (6/20-7/29); The Louvre in Quebec—271 masterpieces (paintings, sculptures, and decorative objects)—on loan from Paris at the Musee National des Beaux-Arts du Quebec (6/510/26). Urbanopolis at the Musee de la Civilisation will delve into the future of cities in the 21st century—from utopian visions to practical challenges, Jean-François Bergeron

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Successful Meetings - March 2008

Successful Meetings - March 2008
Editor's Note
On the Record
Planner's Spotlight
Management Matters
Mouth for Sale
Meetings Law
Tools of the Trade
On Site
Quick Tip
Critical Conditions
A Family Affair
Conference Centers We Love
CSM of the Year
Places & Spaces
Luxury Las Vegas
New York CIty
New Orleans
Oahu & Big Island
Florida Keys

Successful Meetings - March 2008