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Sept. 1, 2021 Update: Due to the ongoing COVID-19 restrictions and the closing of the Osoyoos, BC, site we are experiencing a higher request from UCG members to attend in Midland. As a result, we unfortunately must give preference to our members and are only allowing members from UCG to attend this year, we are sorry for any inconvenience that this may cause and hope that next year will return to normal.
The Quality Inn – Midland, Ontario, Canada will once more host the Feast of Tabernacles in 2021.
One of the main reasons for returning to Midland is the warm and friendly welcome that we continually received over the last number of years. The Quality Inn is the premier full-service hotel in the Southern Georgian Bay area. It has an excellent re-modeled ballroom with a significant seating capacity.
Accommodations include standard rooms as well as a limited amount of suites that come complete with a small refrigerator, a coffeemaker; all rooms include free high-speed Internet.
Midland is located on beautiful Southern Georgian Bay, only 90 minutes from Toronto and 30 minutes from Barrie.
The area has a natural blend of scenic landscapes, wildlife diversity and a picturesque harbor with waterfront trails and parkland. The spectacular fall colors should be at their best during the Feast. You can also visit several historic attractions that reflect the region’s rich cultures.
There is an array of shopping in the historic downtown, or a short drive to Barrie. For food lovers, there are local culinary delights and a variety of restaurants throughout the area; for those who would prefer to stay in, dining will be available at the onsite Library restaurant.
Room rates include a hot breakfast at the onsite Atrium Café and will include turkey sausage and/or turkey bacon. The Atrium also provides a wonderful setting for interaction and relaxation as you connect with other spiritual members of the family.
Other amenities at the Quality Inn include a heated indoor swimming pool, hot tub, sauna and an exercise room.
For those who need alternative housing, there are also cottages and bed-and-breakfasts in the area. Festival activities once more will center on “The Family” beginning with a meet-and greet night, seniors’ brunch, bible studies, family day, games night, variety night and much more.
For those who have not yet experienced the quaint little town of Midland we hope this will be the year you do; for those who have attended in the past we “Invite you to try it again for the first time”
Location of Services: 924 King St., Midland, Ontario (at the corner of Hwy. 12).
Taxes: 13 percent for guest rooms.