February 8, 2019
Although originally a gold mining town, Denver has grown into a modern city with chic restaurants, trendy bars and amazing art. Take in some history at the Molly Brown House, Union Station or the Denver Art Museum.
Just east of the Rocky Mountains, the Mile High City provides easy access to old mining towns such as Golden, Red Rocks Park & Amphitheater, and Rocky Mountain National Park. In less than an hour you can find hiking and biking trails in the foothills or find yourself the heart of the mountains at a ski resort. Not only is Colorado home to seven national parks and some of the most beautiful golf courses, it has over 300 days of sunshine☀️ every year!
The Clute International Academic Conferences Denver will be held March 31-April 4 at the Brown Palace Resort and Spa, the only hotel in Denver to keep its doors open for over 100 years. Join us in Denver and enhance your knowledge and professional skills through interaction with colleagues and peers from different nationalities and backgrounds. For more information about the conferences, click here!
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Early Bird Pricing Expiring for New York!
Friday, February 8, is the last day to receive the Early Bird Price of $495 for the Clute International Academic Conferences New York! Register and pay by the end of the day and receive the discounted rate.
Clute International Academic Conferences provides educators from around the world an opportunity to share their knowledge, research and experiences while gaining professional recognition and build long lasting professional relationships. Conferences include the Clute International Academic Conference on Business (IACB) and the Clute International Academic Conference on Education (ICE) with tracks in Science Education (ISEC) and Technology in Education (ICTE).
Who is St. Valentine?
Valentine’s Day is celebrated every February 14 by people all over the world. But, do we really know who St. Valentine is and where Valentine’s Day comes from?
Originally the Pagan fertility festival in Ancient Rome, called Lupercalia, was celebrated on February 15. It wasn’t until the rise of Christianity that Pope Gelasius declared February 14th as Valentine’s Day. According to the Catholic Church, there are actually three different patron Saints for which Valentine’s Day is named. One performed marriages to young couples when marriage was outlawed in Rome; another was killed for helping Christians escape Roman prisons; and the other fell in love while imprisoned. This Valentine, before being put to his death, wrote his love a letter and signed it “from your Valentine.”
Symbolized with Cupid, the Roman God of love, hearts and flowers, Valentine’s Day has become a tradition in many cultures around the world.
Love looks not with the eyes, but with the mind, and therefore is winged Cupid painted blind. ~ William Shakespeare, A Midsummer Night’s Dream