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15 Best Mother's Day Brunches and Events

Mother’s Day Dining at The Gladstone Tavern

Celebrate Mom at The Gladstone Tavern! Enjoy a special menu, and flowers for Mom at the beautiful and historic Gladstone Tavern. See menu and make reservations here

Celebrate Mother’s Day at Ninety Acres

From Ninety Acres: Sunday, May 12th Reservations will be taken from 12:00 – 6:00pm Take the mothers in your life to a Ninety Acres’ farm fresh meal! Come enjoy a three-course prix fixe menu that includes five options for each course. $90 per adult $30 per child (up to 10 years old) Tax & Gratuity […]

Mother’s Day Brunch at Laurita Winery

From Laurita Winery: Celebrate Mom at Laurita with Mother’s Day Brunch! Includes a complimentary Laurita Mimosa. Three seatings: 10-10:15am, 12:30-12:45pm, 2:45-3pm More information

Mother’s Day Broadway & Beyond Orchestra Concert in Bound Brook on May 12

From Brook Arts Center: The Brook Orchestra in residence at the Brook Arts Center will present a special Mother’s Day ( May 12 @ 2pm) performance of “Broadway and Beyond”. Enjoy an afternoon of music selections, from Broadway’s Les Misérables and West Side Story to Movie themes such as Jaws and Harry Potter, and much […]

Knob Hill Golf Club in Manalapan Hosts Mother’s Day Brunch

From Knob Hill Golf Club: Celebrate Mother’s Day this year at Knob Hill Golf Club! Treat Mom to our Fabulous Mother’s Day Brunch Buffet on Sunday, May 12th. We have seatings between 11:00am & 4:00pm. We sell out quickly, make your reservations today! Call us at 732-792-7722, ext. 9. Click here to see our planned […]

Mother’s Day Dinner Buffet at Perona Farms

From Perona Farms: Join us for the best Mother’s Day dinner buffet in New Jersey. Our buffet includes a wide variety of traditional hot items along with carving stations and cold platters – all featuring the latest seasonal ingredients. The full bar and wine list are available at additional cost. More information 

Glen Rock Inn Serves Mother’s Day Brunch & Dinner

From Glen Rock Inn: This year, treat Mom to a truly special time at Glen Rock Inn on Sunday, May 13th. Our chef has prepared a delicious Brunch buffet and Dinner menu to help your family make Mother’s Day a worthy celebration of all she does! We’ll be seating for brunch at 10am, noon, and […]

Enjoy Mother’s Day Brunch at the Flanders Hotel in Ocean City

From Flanders Hotel: Mother’s Day Brunch Sunday, May 12th – 11am-3pm – Adults $36.95* Children $16.95* (Children Under 2 Free) More information

Celebrate Mother’s Day With Brunch at Spring Lake Manor

From Spring Lake Manor: Brunch includes one complimentary Mimosa, Screwdriver, Bloody Mary, a glass of Sangria or Orange Juice and unlimited Coffee & Tea Seatings from 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM Reservations with a credit card are required More information 

Willow Creek Farm & Winery Serves Mother’s Day Brunch

From Willow Creek Farm & Winery: What better way to show the amazing mom in your life your appreciation for everything she does than a fantastic Mother’s Day Brunch at Willow Creek Farm & Winery? Chef Brian Parker from the Southern Mansion of Cape May has teamed up with Willow Creek Farm & Winery to […]

Mother’s Day Brunch at Rails Steakhouse in Towaco

From Rails Steakhouse: Rails will be open with our extravagant Mothers Day Buffet Brunch from 11:00 AM until 3:00 PM $34.95 adults, $17.95 kids More information

Crystal Springs Resort Offers Multiple Mother’s Day Dining Options

From Crystal Springs Resort: Who deserves to be honored more than our Moms? Celebrate the special mom in your life with our delectable Mother’s Day dining options, extravagant overnight packages, free golf, or Resort Gift Cards. More information

Mother’s Day Brunch at the Olde Mill Inn in Basking Ridge

From Olde Mill Inn: Plan now to take your Mom to our Mother’s Day Brunch Buffet for her special day.  Stay tuned for our delicious menu coming soon! Seating 9:30am – 3:30pm Reservations Required 908-696-2335 More information

Mother’s Day Brunch at Icona in Avalon

From Icona Avalon Resort: Our delightful Mother’s Day brunch buffet will feature: pastries, eggs, french toast, omelets & other breakfast favorites alongside carving stations, entrees, salads & assorted desserts! More information

Enjoy Mother’s Day Brunch at the Farm in Cape May

From The Farm: Radishes, leeks, asparagus, and fresh lettuces are popping up everywhere as the farm comes to life with the arrival of spring. Where better to usher in Mother’s Day than in this magical setting.  Join us for a Farm-to-Table Family Brunch at Beach Plum Farm.  We’ll be using ingredients harvested right from our […]
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April 26th - April 29th 2019



DELPHINE LACROIX, MARINA HO, LEE K., OLIVIER LAVOREL, RYOHEI MATSUMOTO, HARRY JAMES MOODY & SHIN SEUNG-HUN 


사)부산화랑협회가 주최•주관하는 BAMA(부산국제화랑아트페어)는 2012년 지역미술의 활성화 및 국내외 미술인 간 네트워크 확대를 목표하며 첫 발걸음을 내딛었습니다. 이후 세미나, 아트투어, 아트페어 등 다양한 사업들을 통하여 시민과 예술이 함께 소통할 수 있는 기회를 만들기 위해 노력하고 있습니다. BAMA는 국내외 화랑들이 한 장소에 모여 대중과 소통하는 아트페어로, 2019BAMA에는 100여 개의 국내외 화랑들이 참가하여 동시대 미술의 다양한 모습들을 선보일 예정입니다. 본전시와 함께 부산만의 에너지가 녹아 있는 특별전들을 통해 참여화랑, 작가, 관람객, 컬렉터들에게는 작품 정보교환의 기회를 제공하고, 작가소개 및 작품판매를 통해 현대미술 시장에서 아트페어가 갖는 본질적인 역할에 집중하고자 합니다. 지난 2018BAMA는 국내미술시장의 침체된 분위기에도 불구하고 전년 대비 40% 증가한 3만5천여 명의 관람객과 60% 성장한 50억원의 매출을 기록하며 역대 최고의 성과를 거두었으며, 국내미술시장의 새로운 가능성을 열었다는 평가를 받았습니다. 2019BAMA는 최근 국내 미술시장의 흐름을 확인하며 함께 성장하는 방향을 모색하는 장이 될 것입니다.


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SME's 7th annual
Current Trends in Mining Finance Conference
Smarter Mining and Finance: How are Technology and Innovation Disrupting Mining Economics? New Frontiers and Risks
Connecting Mining, Finance and Engineering Executives
Sunday April 28 - Wednesday May 1, 2019
in midtown New York City

Last call to register to join us

This Sunday to Wednesday
in New York City on April 28 to May 1 is SME's 7th annual Mining Finance Conference

Connecting Mining, Finance & Engineering Executives TM

This coming Sunday meet more than 250 influential experts, hear 30 engaging round table discussions and three key note speakers, attend any of 5 informative workshops and 3 receptions. With plenty of networking opportunities during breakfast, breaks, lunch and receptions.

Learn and discuss latest issues, trends and factors impacting project financing. All are evaluating and managing many risks

Below is a list of companies attending and the 30 panels
Join all delegates who invest and evaluate the many issues impacting investment and funding of projects from the earliest exploration stages to development, expansions and restructuring

Conference attendees reflect the level and expertise of the speakers - see their bios here - who work worldwide advising and funding deals, financings, M&A and restructurings


Meet the speakers and delegates who evaluate, anticipate, track, manage and lead efforts to reduce the many risks impacting the industry and raising capital in the global mining industry

Here is the agenda - Space is limited

Join members of the New York business, financial and investment community and the following firms who will be attending the workshops and receptions and conference

Senior representatives and officers from these and many other banking, finance, accounting, royalty, streaming, private equity, insurers and investment firms will be there: Accendo Banco; AXA XL; BMO Capital; BNP Paribas; Canadian Government; Capstone Headwaters; Citibank Corporate & Investment Bank; Commonwealth Bank of Australia; Consulate General of Canada in New York; Desjardins Securities; Deutsche Bank Securities, Inc.; Duff & Phelps; Erdenes Mongol; Ernst & Young Canada; E&Y; Export Development Canada; FTI Consulting; Franco-Nevada Corp; German Mineral Resources Agency (DERA), Federal Institute for Geosciences and Natural Resources (BGR); Government of Quebec; IBK Capital Corp.; ING Capital; International Finance Corporation/ World Bank Group; Investissment Quebec; KPMG; Macquarie; Maverix Metals Inc.; Moelis & Company; Murdock Capital; Northcott Capital; Orion Mine Finance; Quebec Government Office in New York; Red Cloud Klondike Strike; Resource Capital Fund; Ressources Quebec; ROC Global; Rothschild; S&P Global Ratings; Sandstorm Gold Ltd.; Société Générale; Societe du Plan Nord, Quebec; The World Bank; Triple Flag Mining Finance Ltd; U.S. Department of Interior, Bureau of Land Management; USG; Zurich NA and others

Meet senior officers and executives from these exploration and mining companies as well as officials from many government agencies supporting mineral and mining investment from around the world: Agnico Eagle Mines; AmAuCu Mining Corp.; Ammonite Resources; Andex Minerals; ArcelorMittal Mining Canada; Atlantic Gold Corporation; Aura Minerals; BHP; BlackRock Metals; Canada, Government of; Coeur Mining, Inc.; Consulate General of Canada in New York; Controlled Thermal Resources; CSN Minerals, Brazil; Doré Copper Mining Corporation; Dundee Precious Metals; Emergent Technology; Erdenes Mongol; Export Development Canada; First Quantum Minerals Limited; Franco-Nevada Corporation; Galway Metals; GAME, Inc.; German Mineral Resources Agency (DERA), Federal Institute for Geosciences and Natural Resources (BGR); Glencore; Global Sea Mineral Resources; Hecla Mining; Hudbay Minerals Inc.; International Finance Corporation/ World Bank Group; Investissement Québec; Jaxon Mining Inc.: KGHM International; Kinross Gold Co.; Leagold Mining Corporation; Lundin Mining Corp.; Mason Graphite; Maverix Metals; MERN: Quebec's Ministère de l’Énergie et des Ressources naturelles/ Ministry of Energy and Natural Resources; Minera Gold Fields Chile; Mines Royales Quebec; Monarques Gold Corp.; Nemaska Lithium; Newmont Mining Corp.; Nouveau Monde Graphite; Novagold Resources; Ocean Minerals LLC; Orvana Minerals; PolyMet Mining; Quebec Government Office in New York; Quebec Precious Metals Corp; Ressources Quebec; Royal Gold; Sandspring Resources Ltd; Sandstorm Gold Ltd.; Sirios Resources; Societe du Plan Nord, Quebec; Sphinx Resources; Teck Resources; Texas Mineral Resources; Torex Gold Resources; Twin Pines Resources; U.S. Department of Interior, Bureau of Land Management; Volcan Compañía Minera; Zhong Guo Mining and others

Network with and talk with senior representatives from these engineering, construction, equipment, legal, accounting, technology, economic and other advisory companies about how they evaluate, advise and manage the many risks: Abernathy MacGregor; Agapito Associates; Baker McKenzie; Behre Dolbear; Black & Veatach; Blake, Cassels & Graydon; Bloomberg Intelligence; Bradford Consulting; The Brattle Group; Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck; Cementation USA; Clear Creek Digital; Colorado School of Mines; Columbia University Water Center; Control Risks; CPM Group; CRU; DLG Consultants; EARTHRES Group; ESG Consulting; Fasken Martineau DuMoulin; Fastmarkets; GeoGlobal; GE-Wabtec; Golder; Groff Engineering & Consulting LLC; Gustavson Associates; Hatch Advisory; Hatch; Hoal Consulting; House Mountain Partners; IDS Geo Radar; Independent Mining Consultants; InfoMine USA; Intera; Kappes Cassidy & Associates; Lauras Liasons; McGriff, Siebels & Williams; Millcreek Engineering; Miller Thomson; Mining Development Services, LLC; The Mining Journal; Near Earth LLC; New Space Analytics LLC; NY SME; Panattoni Development; Penguin Automated Systems.; PMV Research; Proudfoot Consulting; Ramboll; Raw Materials & Ironmaking Global Consulting; RESPEC; Riivos; Roscoe Postle Associates; RPM Global; Samuel Engineering; Sanford Rose Associates; SCM Decisions; Sepor Services; Shearman & Sterling; SME; Social Capital Group; SRK Consulting; Stagg Resource Consultants; Stantec; SynTerra; TAA Advisory; Technology Metals Research; The Climate Service; Tierra Group International; University of Delaware; University of Utah; Watson Environmental; Weir International; Westech Engineering; White & Case LLP; Wiley Rein LLP; Wood Plc; and others.

It is an extraordinary group of leading influential officers and advisers engaged daily on the front lines of evaluating and managing the many risks and ever changing conditions and market forces impacting the industry
Get your questions answered
Establish critical points of contact in a venue where meeting one on one, engaging in quiet conversation amidst an excellent agenda exists
Space is limited
Join us on Sunday April 28th - Wednesday May 1, 2019


The focus of CTMF Conferences is about the outlook, trends and non-technical and technical issues that affect capital raising in the global mining industry.

Hear and meet these key note speakers and many other influential leaders

Gov of Quebec's Pierre Fitzgibbon, Minister of Economy and Innovation & Minister Responsible for Lanaudière Region discuss What makes operating & investing in Quebec's mineral rich province attractive 

Ross Bhappu, Head of Private Equity Funds at Resource Capital Funds discuss Where are the Public Markets for Mining? And how do we get them back?

Casey Hammond, Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary for Land and Minerals Management, U.S. Department of the Interior will speak about 
Latest developments impacting mining in the U.S. and Navigating the U.S. permitting system and operating environment

Miners are facing unprecedented challenges, experiencing rapid
change, adopting to new rules and technology.
How are managers, investors, leaders adapting?

Meet many leaders attending and
hear discussed these informative round table discussions
Capital Markets Review and Key Trends in Mining
Disruption in Mining Finance – Show me the money!
Mining M&A and Consolidation Trends
Metals Pricing Trends & Outlook: What’s Different?
Investment Implications of U.S. SEC’s Rule S-K 1300 
Critical Battery Trends’ Impact on Raw Materials Supply Chains

Important Local, Federal, Government Tax Law Changes
Extraterrestrial (Space) Mining, Challenges and Opportunities
Navigating Financial Assurance Requirements for Mines
Ocean Minerals: A New Frontier to Recover Minerals 
Post Investment Technical Reviews to Minimize Loss of Value
Energy Prices, Trends and Opportunities 
Why Some Mining Projects Succeed and Some Fail 

Dealing with Political Risk in the Mining Industry 
What is Different Today for Miners Looking to Raise Capital?
Alternatives: Royalties, Streaming, Pre-Payments: Part One
Importance & Use of Geo-Metallurgy in Scoping & Feasibility Studies
Alternative Sources of Capital in Mining: Part Two 
SEC S-K 1300: New Property Disclosure for Mining Registrants

Getting the Attention of Investors for Exploration Finance
Minerals and Mining Project Appraisal and Valuation 
China Driving Demand, Prices and Opportunities
Mining Cost and Operating Issues and Trends
Managing Social Issues in a Changing World 

Tailings Facilities: A Primer for Potential Financiers 
Measuring Climate Risk to Mining and Infrastructure Projects
Transforming Mines with Integrated Digital Operational Platforms 
Navigating the U.S. Permitting System and Operating Environment 
Water Risks: Approaches to Avoid Problems and Failure
Favorable Investment Jurisdictions in the Americas

Read the agenda here
The format allows attendees to ask questions during the proceedings as well as during one-on-one with attendeeswho fund, advise, and evaluate projects, operations worldwide. These are the leaders in their fields managing and advising many of the world's leading mining companies, the juniors as well as exploration firms and others seeking funds to develop as well as to expand and improve operations that requires understanding and managing non-technical and technical, financial, business and jurisdictional risks
The venue has plenty of space to spread out, enjoy quiet one-on-ones while hearing an informed series of panelists engage in discussions about current topics impacting the industry - We hope to see you there Register today!

New York's finance & banking community will be there! All can register to attend these 5 informative, engaging workshops

  • Mine to Mill Reconciliation and Assessment of Productivity of a Mining Project over its Life: Importance of Post Investment Reviews
  • Political Risk - Recognizing Its Impact on Mining Operations, Corporate Strategy and Investment Decision-Making
  • Are you ready? A Comprehensive Approach to Navigate the U.S. Securities & Exchange Commission’s New Mining Property Disclosure Requirements
  • Valuing Mineral Assets and Operations: Understanding Valuation Issues
  • Measuring Climate Risks' Impact on Mining and Infrastructure

We are expecting more than 250 attendees from more than 20 countries and officers from more than 50 mining and exploration companies, and senior officials from Australia, Canada, Germany, Mexico, Quebec and the United States

Together with sponsors, chairs, speakers, workshop organizers we look forward to a great event with plenty of time for all to meet and talk with industry leaders

Join us Register today to reserve your place

We hope to see you there!
Tim Alch
2019 CTMF Conference Program Chair
Executive Director of NY SME
About New York SME - Organizer of the annual CTMF Conferences
Join us at SME's 7th annual Current Trends in Mining Finance Conference. NY SME is a section of Society for Mining, Metallurgy & Exploration (SME) that dates back to 1871 when a handful of mining engineers in New York City founded the American Institute of Mining, Metallurgical and Petroleum Engineers (AIME). SME is an international member society of AIME comprised of more than 14,000 executives, engineers, geologists, metallurgists, educators, students and researchers professionals in the minerals industry in 100 countries.

NY SME CTMF Event Contacts:
Tim Alch, Exec. Dir. NY SME and CTMF Co-Chair (E) timalch@gmail.com
Alan Oshiki, CTMF Co-Chair & EVP, Abernathy MacGregor (E) aho@abmac.com
Register now to attend CTMF 2019 to meet all at another content-rich, networking event. Space is limited. Join the sponsors



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