Stonebridge Golf and Country Club

Wednesday, June 27th, 2012

Looking for the ideal golf destination?
Drive the short distance to Stonebridge where service is always above par.

Stonebridge Golf and Country Club is one of the finest 18-hole championship public courses in the National Capital Region. Professionally designed by noted architect Ted Baker, a Canadian designer best known for Lionhead Golf Club in Toronto, Stonebridge was constructed to USGA specifications in 1999/2000 and officially opened its doors for business on May 1, 2001.

Spaciously laid out over 180 acres and nestled within the Stonebridge community, the golf course offers a wonderful blend of parkland and linksland golf. Stonebridge features bent grass tees, greens and fairways, undulating putting surfaces, more than 90 premium Temisca sand bunkers, and natural fescue areas. Special care was taken to preserve the natural features of this spectacular site. Stonebridge Golf & Country Club is now recognized as a “Certified Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary” by the Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary System (ACSS).

http://www.stonebridgegc.com/

 

Boat Cruise

Wednesday June 27, 2012

Paul's Boat Lines Ltd.

Rideau Canal

Paul’s Boat Lines Limited is Ottawa’s premiere sightseeing venue. We are proud to offer quality sightseeing cruises on the Historic Rideau Canal as well as on the famous Ottawa River.

Paul’s Boat Lines was founded by Paul Duhamel in 1936. Since that time, cruising with Paul’s Boat Lines has been a part of the Spring, Summer and Autumn Ottawa experience. We have been pleased and proud to entertain and host families and groups from all over the world. We offer tourists and residents alike a cruise along Early Canada’s original highways, the waterways which helped shape our nation. On both the Rideau Canal and the Ottawa River Paul’s Boat Lines maintains it’s tradition of presenting unique views and friendly, personalised service.

With three boats specifically built for the Rideau Canal and a large double decker boat built for the Ottawa River available for sightseeing and charter cruises we are sure to have something for everyone.

Photo by John MacQuarrie

 

Dinner Overlooking the Canal

Thursday, June 28, 2012

Ottawa Canal and National Arts CentreDinner on the National Arts Center Rooftop Terrace overlooking the Rideau Canal and newly built Ottawa Convention Center.

Ferme Rouge

Friday June 29, 2012Old Stratchona - White Ave

Ferme Rouge - Located 20 minutes from Parliament Hill. Featuring delicious food and sensational entertainment. First place winner of Tourist attraction by Tourisme Quebecois for 2 consecutive years in a row. Be prepared to enjoy a casual, fun night out. http://www.fermerouge.ca/site_en.html

Tour of Parliament Hill

Saturday, June 30, 2012

1:30 pm - Centennial flame                                                                                                                                                                    Optional Outdoor Guided Tour of Parliament Hill: In the Footsteps of Great Canadians. This outdoor guided tour is focused on a number of historical figures who have helped shape Canada's past,present and future. Limited tickets available. Sign up at the CCUFSA Registration Desk.

Or Self Guided

Discover what makes Parliament Hill a unique place to visit. We encourage you to pick up the Discover the Hill Self- Guiding Booklet and explore the site at your own pace. These are available free of charge at the CCUFSA Registration Desk.

http://www.parl.gc.ca/Visitors/index-e.asp

 

Canada Day Morning Festivity Suggestions

Sunday, July 1, 2012

Changing the Guard- Performances are free of charge; for best viewing, arrive on Parliament Hill at 9:45 a.m

http://www.ottawatourism.ca/en/visitors/what-to-do/capital-heritage/13-fast-facts-changing-the-guard

In the Evening - Networking Suite-watch the fireworks display from the top floor of the Marriott Hotel.

Canada Day Website - http://www.canada-day.ca/

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