Social Programme

Welcome Reception

Wednesday 11th September – 7pm to 9pm, Glasgow Science Centre

The Welcome Reception will be held at the Glasgow Science Centre, one of Scotland’s most popular visitor attractions, it stands at 127 metres tall.

Join us for the Official Opening of The 14th IFEA World Endodontic Congress. The Welcome Reception will bring together endodontists, other dental specialists, general dental practitioners and students from Europe and around the World, making this the perfect opportunity for attendees to network with industry peers.

Attendance at this event is included within the full conference registration.

Glasgow Science Centre

Ceilidh

Thursday 12th September – 7pm until late, Merchant Square, Glasgow

Join us for the special event at the Merchant Square and get a real taste of Scottish culture.

Visit one of Glasgow’s most vibrant and historical venues, dating back to the 1800s, while wandering freely and networking with other conference delegates.  Once part of the old Glasgow Fruit Market, Merchant Square is imbued with the history of the area’s dominating Victorian architecture

Join us for a traditional Scottish ceilidh. A Gaelic word for a casual party with music, dancing and entertainment, ceilidh (pronounced “kayley”) is the term commonly used to refer to Scottish country dancing.  Many of the steps, including the do-si-do and swing-your-partner moves are similar to those performed in American square dancing. It’s more about fun than getting the steps right, but there is always a “caller” with the band, who leads everyone through each dance.

This is a ticketed event and delegates can purchase one ticket plus one extra ticket if required.  Tickets are limited so please book early.

Questions about the evening:

  • Is food included in the ticket price? Yes, you will have a choice of restaurant to dine in with differing types of international food.
  • Do I need a kilt? No, the evening is smart/casual. Kilts are always welcome but not necessary. Wear comfortable shoes though.
  • Do I have to know what I am doing? No, there will be a “caller” with the band as well as demonstrators. Not everyone will know how to ceilidh dance, but that’s most of the fun!
  • Do I need to dance? No, watching can be just as funny!

A traditional Scottish Ceilidh

Congress Dinner

Friday 13th September – 7pm until late, Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum, Glasgow

The Gala Dinner will be held at the iconic Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum in Glasgow. This is an opportunity for attendees to socialise and network with other congress delegates.

All delegates are invited to attend and to join us for an evening of live music, networking and dancing.

This is a ticketed event and delegates can purchase one ticket plus one extra ticket if required.  Tickets are limited so please book early.  

This is a formal event with a full Scottish Menu and a Scottish Piper.

Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum