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Sun, Jun 22, 2014 Tours

 

Just a snapshot (follow the link) of some of the fun at the National AGM hosted by CFUW KW.
Follow the link to our Facebook page with photographs from our Conference Photographer - Susan G.

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Tours Wed, Jun 18  |  Tours Thurs, Jun 19  |   Tours Sun, Jun 22  

Booking and payment for these tours can be made with your registration for CFUW AGM 2014

  

  1. JOSEPH SCHNEIDER HAUS AND K-W MULTICULTURAL FESTIVAL

www.regionofwaterloo.ca/jsh

Joseph Schneider Haus Museum and Gallery is located in the heart of Kitchener.  It is a Georgian frame farmhouse built by the area's first pioneer, a Pennsylvania-German Mennonite. The local landmark and Kitchener's oldest dwelling, circa 1816, is now restored as a living history museum.

 




www.kwmc.on.ca/content/multicultural-festival

The Kitchener-Waterloo Multicultural Festival, in Victoria Park, is a short walk from Schneider Haus.  Every year, for more than 40 years, the community celebrates ethnic diversity with a festival in the park. It includes cuisine, traditional folk songs and dances, artifacts and crafts from around the world and community participation makes up this fun-filled event.

 

Cost includes transportation and admission to both venues - $10.

 

Departure Time: 1:00 p.m.
Return time: 5:00 p.m. 
Physical Effort: Average walking ability but NON-ACCESSIBLE
Minimum: 4   Maximum: 10 

  1. WALKABOUT AT ROCKWOOD:  ICE AGE TREASURE CHEST

    www.grandriver.ca/parks


Glacial Potholes (huge), towering limestone cliffs, caves, the Eramosa River, ruins of a woolen mill and a two-hour "stop and go hike" through and near diverse forest make this a highly prized biological and geological conservation area of Ontario.  Bring your camera, water and walking shoes.   Check the photos of this film-set location not far from Waterloo.  

 

Cost includes transportation and entrance – Cost $20.



Departure Time: 1:00 p.m.
Return time: 5:00 p.m.
Physical effort: Average walking ability.  NON-accessible
Minimum: 4   Maximum: 12

AFTERNOON TEA AT LANGDON HALL COUNTRY INN 
www.langdonhall.ca

Visit this century-old Country Hotel, its fine gardens where local produce for the kitchen is grown and then sit down in gracious and elegant surroundings for Afternoon Tea.  Enjoy a selection of scones, savories and sweets and your preferred choice of teas. 

Cost includes Afternoon Tea, Taxes, Gratuities and Transportation - $48.

Departure: 1:00 pm
Return:  approx 4 pm
Wheelchair Accessible
Minimum - 6    Maximum - 12