Festivities will open on Saturday, 23 September, with registration and breakfast for all attendees. From there, we’ll be getting on the MPC buses to spend the day outdoors, taking in the stunning Scottish scenery on your choice of one of three guided hikes: one easier, one a bit more challenging, and one very difficult and only for very fit and experienced hikers.
Those who opt not to hike will have the option to take a Gaelic language and culture seminar.
Hopefully you won’t go too crazy Saturday night, because Day 2 (Sunday, 24 September) brings us to Everyday Athlete Gym, where we will again divide into groups for an hourlong workout with head coach John Valbonesi and his crew. After being thoroughly Valbo’d, you’ll have a little time to recover and get glammed up before meeting again at the gorgeous Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum for the gala dinner and festivities, which will include entertainment and, of course, a ceilidh.
The cost for a weekend pass, which grants access to all of the weekend’s events including the gala dinner, is $420 (US). All the profit (after costs) will be donated to our charity partner, Bloodwise.
Attendance will be limited to 500 people, and a weekend pass, which grants access to all events, costs $420.
Passes will go on sale Saturday, June 17, at 2 pm Pacific Daylight Time (West Coast America) at mpc2017.com/event.
Passes are available only to members and grant access to all of the weekend’s events. One ticket per member; they are nonrefundable, nontransferable, with no resale allowed.
Please use the same name you used to register for your MPC2017 membership; we will be crosschecking names with tickets at registration.