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News Bulletin : ADA News Bulletin February 2011
21 FEBRUARY 2011 We invite you to participate and register now! Stay informed on Congress developments www.twitter.com/34thADC2011 www.adc2011.com NOW AND TOMORROW NOW WA W N N D D TOM MORROW W BACK TO THE FUTURE: Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre, Australia Wednesday 30th March to Sunday 3rd April 2011 Accompanying Persons Programme Organized optional tours* and activities will be available as part of the Accompanying Persons Programme. Please go to the Congress website at www.adc2011.com to register online via the Accompanying Persons link for the following: THURSDAY, 31 MARCH 2011 FOOD AND WINE SAFARI AT SIRROMET WINERY -- $160 PER PERSON The ultimate experience for food and wine lovers, Sirromet's Celebrity Executive Chef, Andrew Mirosch and Chief Winemaker, Adam Chapman, take you on a 'Food and Wine Safari' set amongst the 560 acres of natural bushland and vineyards that is Sirromet Wines. This gastronomic adventure includes various cooking demonstrations, iconic Australian fare served with matching wines, as well as a behind the scenes tour of Sirromet's working winery. Morning and afternoon tours offered. SATURDAY, 2 APRIL 2011 BOTANIC GARDENS TOUR 11 AM -- $40 PER PERSON Walk through the beautiful Brisbane City Botanic Gardens accompanied by a Brisbane Botanic Gardens Guide and experience a living museum of plant collections, displaying early heritage specimens through to present day exotic and native plantings. Brisbane City Botanic Gardens is considered to be one of the most important non-indigenous cultural landscapes in Queensland and is recognized for its natural and historic values. MAYNE INHERITANCE TOUR 2PM -- $60 PER PERSON In keeping with the Congress theme 'Back to the Future', the Mayne Inheritance tour will take you back in time to the streets of early Brisbane. This true story was written by Rosamond Siemon. It was first published in 1997, and a new edition with updated information was issued in 2003. The book won the Brisbane City Council's One Book One Brisbane competition in 2003. Opening with a macabre mid-nineteenth century murder, The Mayne Inheritance unfolds like a gothic thriller. The book centres around an 1848 grisly murder which shocked the population at the time, and saw an innocent man hanged for the crime only to have the real murderer, a prominent Brisbane businessman, confess on his deathbed. Was it the murder victim's money that founded patriarch Patrick Mayne's Queen Street business empire? And were the whispered accusations of murder and genetic madness true? For 150 years scandal and mystery have surrounded the Maynes, a wealthy family who donated the magnificent site on which the University of Queensland now stands. The bus tour will bring the story to life and take you to various places associated with the Mayne family and the bizarre murder. Street names and the location of historic buildings take on new significance as the book reveals sites of family farms, local businesses and property tracts. *Conditions apply. 34th Australian Dental Congress
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