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Date and Time: Wednesday, February 27, 2019

Tradeshow: 3-6pm (Open to all)

 * Hors d’ouveres during tradeshow

Dinner & Keynote Event (By Sponsor Invitation Only)

Cocktails: 6-7 pm

Dinner: 7-8 pm

Keynote Speaker: 8-9 pm

Location:

Calgary Winston Golf Club

2502, 6th Street NE, Calgary,AB


What is Connections Café?


Connections Café is primarily a Tradeshow and Dinner Event.  But it’s more than that.

In simple terms this is an industry mixer where you will rub shoulders with decision makers in the construction industry.

You will have a unique opportunity to meet people of like minds and interests all in the same venue.

 


Target Audience


Owners / Architects / Interior Designers / Engineers / General Contractors

Interior Design Students from Mount Royal University

Architectural Technology Students from SAIT

 

Don’t miss out on the Big Event!

This isn’t your traditional trade show. It’s better!

Looking to be invited?

This is a Sponsor Invited event.

If you haven't already recieved an invitation please contact one of the sponsors below.

Our Sponsors

Keynote Speaker

To Be Announced once the 2019 sponsor packages become available.

 

 

 

Karen Ramstead: The first Canadian woman to complete the Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race, Karen Ramstead has run “The Last Great Race on Earth” 11 times, finishing in 2001, 2004, 2006, 2008 and 2012.

Her distinctive “pretty sled dogs” are Canadian kennel club-registered, purebred Siberian Huskies. Her race team includes several champions, proving that working dogs can be winners in the show ring too.

Known for exceptional dog care, Karen has taken that dedication beyond the trail. She has served as President of the sled dog organization, Mush with PRIDE, which is devoted to promoting humane care of working sled dogs and chaired the Kennel Standards Committee for the Iditarod that set mandatory standards for mushers running the event.

Prior to retiring from racing in 2016 Karen was involved with the Iditarod Trail Committee and Yukon Quest International Rules Committees, so it was a natural that she turned to judging to keep involved and give back to a sport that means so much to her.

She has been a judge on the Iditarod in 2013, 2015, 2016, and 2018. She is also the current Chair of the Yukon Quest Rules Committee and serves on the Race Qualifying Board for the Iditarod.