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COMPASS: March 16-13

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Israel the Holy Land

Please join Fr. Kevin Bettens on this fun- and faith-Filled land journey through Israel from Oct. 23 to 31. Eleanor Kotelo from Expedia Cruise Ship Centers, along with Ashley Van Elslander from Collette Vacations, will be hosting a presentation on March 20at 7:30 p.m. at Mary Mother of the Church Parish, 85 Kirkbridge Dr. Please RSVP to Eleanor at 204.791.7857 or email ekotelo@cruiseshipcenters.com.

Canadian Mountain Rail Tour

Possibly more mountain views seen from a train than you thought possible will be enjoyed from the dome cars of VIA Rail's "Canadian" and the Jasper-Prince Rupert train on Rail Travel Tours Spring in the Mountains tour, round-trip from Winnipeg or Portage la Prairie to Jasper and Prince Rupert, B.C. from June 6-16. Cost of this 11-day tour from $2,685 pp, based on double occupancy, includes sleeping-car accommodation to Jasper with added Panorama Dome Car and then all-daylight rail trips past both the Rocky and Coastal Mountains, hotel stays in Jasper, Prince George and Prince Rupert. A presentation on the tour will be held at Winnipeg's Union Station, 123 Main St., on Wed. March 20 at 7 p.m. For more information and reservations call 204.897.9551 or toll-free 1.866.704.3528

How to tour Africa

When to go, where to go, tour options, costs, safety, transportation, accommodation, food and lots more expert insight. You must attend if Africa is on your "bucket list". Thursday, March 21, 7 p.m., Hilton Winnipeg Airport, Stevenson Room, 1800 Wellington Ave. Register online at www.LionDogAfricanSafaris.com

Discover the East Coast

Join Embassy Tours and Connie Szczerba from Globus for an informative afternoon on our group departures to Newfoundland & Labrador, August 5-16, and Highlights of the Maritimes Sept. 11-19. Wed. March 27, 2 p.m. at Henderson Library, 1-1050 Henderson Hwy. Please RSVP to Embassy Tours at 204.757.9383, 1.800.723-8051 or embassytours@mts.net

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition March 16, 2013 D4

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