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Triennial 2021

 

June 23 - June 27, 2021

 

Save the date! Step out in faith, plan to attend, and start saving dollar by dollar to be at Triennial 2021!

 

Did you know the first National Convention of The Order was held in Baltimore, Maryland, in 1893? The Order returned to Baltimore for the next National Convention in 1894. Now, 128 years later, we are to meet once again in Baltimore. Let us all come together to experience a wonderful time of fellowship with each other, rejoicing in the Lord as Daughters.

 

National Convention, Triennial 2021, will be held at The Hyatt Regency Baltimore Inner Harbor from June 23 through June 27, 2021. Twelve miles from the Baltimore/Washington International Airport, the Hyatt is a highly rated hotel with lovely meeting and event spaces suitable to accommodate our needs, as well as the needs of Junior Daughters.

 

The hotel connects to the Convention Center (where the General Convention of The Episcopal Church will be convened) and Inner Harbor attractions by way of a skywalk connection so the need to cross traffic is avoided. Amenities at the Hyatt include a 24/7 fitness center, an outdoor pool, and a small 24/7 market with food items, baked goods, drinks and other novelties. For those who drive to Triennial 2021, the hotel offers self-parking for $15 a day. 

 

Come early or stay late and discover all of the exciting attractions and activities the Baltimore Inner Harbor offers just steps from the Hyatt Regency. The hotel location places you in the heart of the “best” things to do in Baltimore. Take time to explore the National Aquarium of Baltimore, featuring approximately 16,500 specimens and more than 660 species of animals. The Maryland Science Center is entertaining and educational, with hands-on exhibits and spectacular displays in the world of science and technology. See where history was made at the site of Fort McHenry, as the grounds mark where American troops stopped a British invasion at the Battle of Baltimore during the War of 1812 and witness where Francis Key Scott later composed “The Star-Spangled Banner.” The Episcopal Cathedral of Incarnation in Baltimore, located four miles from the hotel, is another site worth a visit.  

 

We welcome all Daughters for worship, prayer, teachings, workshops, fellowship, and short business sessions that include election of new officers. Start putting away a dollar a day now so you can be a part of Triennial 2021. Step out in faith and join us there. We pray for each Daughter, as she is physically able, to attend this Triennial.  

 

More details to come!

The Order of the Daughters of the King®
101 Weatherstone Dr. Suite 870
Woodstock, GA 30188
Phone: (770)517-8552
Fax: (770)517-8066

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