This year’s conference will be in historic old Montréal, Québec, Canada. Join us to hear stimulating talks, eat fine food, renew old friendships and make new ones.
We encourage people to use the host hotel, Novotel – Montreal Centre
The room rate is CND$219 per night (US$164). You can change the currency near the top of the page. You can book it in US$. The deadline for this special rate is August 13, 2019. After that date the rate and rooms are not guaranteed. Please make your reservation as soon as you can.
To reserve a room using our group rate, click here.
You will see a number of room configurations and the total cost using the default setting of 5 nights. To change the arrival and departure dates, click on “edit.”
Buffet to include: Mesclun salad with vinaigrette, Chicken Marengo, rice pilaf, Pasta Primavera, sautéed vegetables, Mousse au Chocolat, tea, coffee, wine, beer, soft drinks, and a cash bar.
Dinner speaker & topic to be determined
If not joining us for the full conference, you can join us for this dinner for US $70 or CAN $90
Saturday Sept 14th 9:30-12:00 pm & 1:00-4:30 pm: Conference Presentations at the Royal Montréal Curling Club
1850 Blvd de Maisonneuve West
Tea & coffee plus a cash bar
Lunch on your own, there are many restaurants within easy walking distance.
Speakers & topics may include; Mark Billings, René Chartrand (Napoleonic campaigns in Africa and SE Asia), Susan Conner (The Agony & Ecstasy – Marie Louise and the birth of the King of Rome), Chris Franke (Bringing Louis Anselm Briquet back to life), Susan Jaques (Canova, Napoleon, & Pius VII), J. David Markham (the 100 days), Chris Reid (Spanish general Pablo Morillo, from private to Lt. Gen in 7 years), Shannon Selin, Chris Sloan (Dutch-Belgian troops at Waterloo – divided loyalties), Steven M. Smith (the Louisiana Purchase), Chris Winter (America’s relations with Napoleonic France)
If not joining us for the full conference, you can attend these talks for US $80 or CAN $100