Weekend Getaway – Lake Louise

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FamilyLife Weekend Getaway marriage conference - Banff, AB

Lake Louise, AB April 12-14, 2019

 Registration Rates

$280/couple (Early bird: if registered by April 1, 2019)
$900/5 couples (Group Rate)
$380/couple (Regular Rate)

(Hotel, meals or parking NOT included) » Read more about registration rates

Schedule

» Click here for Weekend Getaway Schedule

Location

Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise
Book online here or call 1-800-441-1414 or 403-522-3511
Special Getaway Hotel Room Rate: $169/night + $17 resort fee/night
(based on room type availability)

» Please mention “FamilyLife Weekend Getaway” at the time of booking.

For other accommodation options here are some additional hotels in the area:

Deer Lodge: only a 7 minute walk, Deer Lodge. The rates start at $159/night. Book online here: crmr.com/deer/ or call 403-410-7417.
Lake Louise Inn: a 7 min drive, rates start at $159/night and has free onsite parking. Book online here: www.lakelouiseinn.com or call 403-522-3791
Mountaineer Lodge: a 6 min drive, rates start at $157/night and has free onsite parking. Book online here: mountaineerlodge.com or call 1-855-556-8473

Speakers

Neil and Sharol Josephson

Neil & Sharol Josephson

FamilyLife Directors

Neil and Sharol are the directors of FamilyLife Canada and have been ministering to couples as marriage and family pastors for years. They are frequent speakers at the Weekend Getaway and their sense of humour, love for God, and passion for families endear them to people of all ages.

Dave and Rushia Klassen

Dave & Rushia Klassen

FamilyLife Speakers

Dave and Rushia have worked with Athletes in Action since 1989 and have been speaking at Familylife conferences for 15 years. Their funny, candid and honest approach to sharing make them easy and enjoyable to listen to.

Brent and Celeste Trickett

Brent & Céleste Trickett

FamilyLife Staff

Brent and Céleste Trickett teach about marriage and parenting with FamilyLife. Their ‘on the job training’ began in 2000 when they were married, and their training continues as they raise their four great kids. When they get some time to themselves, they enjoy kickboxing to stay fit and to “work out” their problems.

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Written by FamilyLife Canada