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Ottawa Women’s Canadian Club Day Trip
May 8, 2019
$65/person (includes transportation, lunch, wine tasting and gratuities)
Cemetery: Join us for a guided walking tour of The National Cemetery of Canada (Beechwood). The cemetery operates on a not-for-profit basis ensuring all funds are dedicated to the maintenance, preservation and enhancement of this National Historic Site. Beechwood is proud to be the final resting place for many members of the Canadian Forces, Veterans, War Dead, RCMP and Ottawa Police, plus Governors-General, Prime Minister and Canadian Victoria Cross recipients. Beechwood will host us for lunch.
Winery: After lunch we will be off to Navan to the Domaine Perrault Winery, for a tour of the vineyard and wine tasting. In 1999, Denis Perrault, a local dairy farmer started a grape growing operation on the family farm in Navan, Ontario. By the spring of 2005, the winery was producing approximately 20,000 bottles each year.
Ottawa Women’s Canadian Club Day Trip to Montréal – Thursday, May 24, 2018
May 24, 2018
Another beautiful day for our drive to Montreal where a group of 40 OWCC members enjoyed a tour of Château Ramezay, a historical monument, reliving more than 500 years of history through its exhibits Then it was on to lunch and a tour of Saint Joseph’s Oratory, one of the most important pilgrimage center in the world dedicated to Saint Joseph. The group had a enjoyable day touring two of Montreal’s historic sites.
FALL BUS TOUR to GANANOQUE October 4, 2017
It was a beautiful fall day for our drive to Gananoque.
A group of 38 OWCC members and their friends were on the bus. Upon arrival in Gananoque we enjoyed a boat tour of the Thousand Islands, enjoyed a delicious roast beef lunch, had some free time for shopping and then attend the matinee show of “The Birds and the Bees”, a romantic comedy at the Thousand Island Playhouse. The group had an enjoyable day in the heart of the Thousand Islands.
May 31, 2017
We are doing something right, another beautiful sunny day for our trip to Brockville to visit two Ontario Historic Trust Sites. There were 40 OWCC members and their friends on the bus. We toured Fulford Place mansion where we saw marvelous furnishings and learned the story of Senator Fulford, had lunch at the restored Mill Restaurant and then on to the Homewood Museum where we discovered the story of Dr. Solomon Jones. The group had an enjoyable day filled with Ontario history.
May 11, 2016
On an absolutely perfect spring day, 39 members of the Ottawa Women's Canadian Club and their friends enjoyed the first tour that the Club has sponsored in many years! We are grateful to Sandra Weedmark for her willingness to arrange tours with the intent of contributing the proceeds to the Scholarship and Bursary Funds that are maintained by the OWCC. For this tour we started off by traveling to Balderson where we enjoyed visiting the small boutiques and, of course, the cheese factory! Then, we traveled to Merrickville where participants had lunch at the venue of their choice and shopped at the many lovely boutiques in the village.