“From there, delegates can walk to the evening dine-around that will feature some of our best local restaurants. We’re encouraging everyone to sign up ahead of time for a restaurant to be sure they can get seating. Just a few of the restaurants participating include the Press Room, Carr’s, Annie Bailey’s Irish Pub and Character’s Pub. Then we’ll also have a coach for anyone who wants to ride over to the northwest part of the city to enjoy one of these restaurants: Penn Square Grill, Belvedere, Senz and Iron Hill.
“On the second day, the conference meetings; we’re offering six different mystery tours of the area followed by dinner at six Pennsylvania Dutch smorgasbords. That evening, after dinner, everyone will enjoy a performance of ‘Noah’ at Sight and Sound Theatre.”
Sultan hopes that delegates will stay Friday for First Friday in Lancaster.
“These have become very popular events for people who like to come downtown and enjoy the local culture,” she said. “If you aren’t in a hurry to get home, please join us.”
If you are a travel planner for a church or religious group and would like to attend the conference, visit www.gofconference.com or call (800) 628-0993 for more information.