Registration for the Southern Regional Conference in Dallas is Open

Registration for the Southern Regional Conference in Dallas is Open

Canaries of Texas, Oklahoma, Louisiana, Arkansas, Alabama, Georgia, Florida, Tennessee, South Carolina, North Carolina Regional Conference

Come be a part of history as we launch the most ambitious effort yet aimed at restoring health freedom and scientific integrity across America.

We know we are making an impact because the push-back is stronger than ever.  Consumers’ rights to choose or refuse what goes into their bodies, whether it be food or medicine, continues to erode.  California’s unprecedented usurpation of parental rights by allowing youth as young as 12 to be vaccinated without parental knowledge or consent threatens to march across the nation.  Practitioners providing families with alternatives to unsafe, unproven medical practices are being attacked in the courts and vilified in the media. This all-out assault, putting profits ahead of health won’t stop unless we take action.

The Canaries are taking flight . . .

You are cordially invited to attend the first Canary Party South/Southeast Regional Meeting, December 2-4,  2011, at the Hyatt Garland Place in Garland, TX (Dallas area).

Come meet other like-minded individuals to forge connections and work together to develop strategies for change in your state and nationally. Our regional includes Texas, Oklahoma, Louisiana, Arkansas, Alabama, Georgia, Florida, Tennessee, South Carolina, and North Carolina.  Members and guests from other states are always welcome. A total of eight regional meetings will be held around the U.S. in the upcoming year.

Kindly register before November 15, so we can plan accordingly.

Friday, Dec. 2, Movie Night
6:30pm Cash Bar — Beer & Wine
Eat dinner ahead or bring it To-Go from the hotel restaurant into the movie
8:30pm CUT POISON BURN is a searing film that illuminates the grim truth about America’s so-called War on Cancer. This thought-provoking documentary takes on the forces that have conspired to thwart meaningful advances in cancer research and treatment over the past century. These forces include the federal government (in its effort to label and persecute innovators as quacks), drug companies eager to suppress alternative treatments and powerful industry organizations that place profit over human lives. The story centers on the Navarro’s, a Houston family struggling to keep their young son Thomas alive against all odds while they are running out of time…. As the personal meets the political, we see how the FDA holds a vise-like grip on treatment options. Heart wrenching and informative, the film ultimately expresses hope that we can create a new paradigm of prevention, medical freedom and acceptance of highly tailored therapies to usher in a more enlightened era.

Saturday, Dec. 3, Meeting and Luncheon
9:30am-5:00pm
Mark Blaxill, Chairman, will report on Party principles developed at the first annual Canary Party Convention held in July, 2011, in Minneapolis, followed by presentations and break-out groups to develop initiatives and national strategies, including media planning to publicize our mission.
6:00pm Optional socializing over dinner in a restaurant to be determined

Sunday, Dec. 4,
9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.  Moving Forward
Participants to offer their input on how to best move forward in their respective states. 

Registration Fees
Friday Movie Night: $10
Saturday/Sunday Meeting and Luncheon: $35
(Please advise us of special food needs.)
Click here to register for the program.

Register for your hotel room by November 18 in order to guarantee Canary Party discounted rate of $82 single/double.  Click here for hotel bookings. 

Bring your family along to enjoy fantastic holiday shopping in Dallas.  The Firewheel Town Center is only minutes away with fabulous shopping a golf course, restaurants and much more.

Hyatt Place Dallas/Garland
5101 North President George Bush Highway
Garland, TX 75040, USA
Phone: +1 972 414 3500 Fax: +1 972 414 3550

Directions from Dallas Fort Worth International Airport (DFW):
Exit DFW Airport heading south on International Parkway S/TX-97 Spur S (portions toll). Merge onto TX-183 E toward Irving/Dallas. Merge onto TX-161 N toward 161 Toll/President George Bush Turnpike (portions toll). TX-161 becomes President George Turnpike (portions toll). Continue on President George Bush Turnpike East. Exit North Garland Avenue/Brand Road. Stay on Frontage Road. The Hyatt Place Dallas/Garland is on the right-hand side. 

Directions from Dallas Love Field Airport (DAL):
Exit Dallas Love Field Airport traveling southeast on Cedar Springs Road towards Aviation Place. Turn left onto Mockingbird Lane. Turn left to take the Dallas North Tollway North (portions toll). Merge onto I-635E. Merge onto US 75N via Exit 19A towards McKinney. Take President George Bush Turnpike Exit 28B (portions toll). Exit North Garland Avenue/Brand Road. The Hyatt Place Dallas/Garland is on the right-hand side.

For help making a reservation at Hyatt Place Dallas/Garland, or to speak with a dedicated reservations agent, please call toll-free: 888 HYATT HP (1-888-492-8847).


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