Guide:
Nom: Jane's Walk Organizers
Quand
Jour: mai 08, 2016
Heure: 4:00 PM
Durée: 3.0 hr
Langue: English
Départ: Les Brasseurs du Temps
Fin: same
Quartier: Old Hull / vieux-Hull
Distance: 0.0 km
Accès:

We are told that the pub is wheelchair accessible.  If you have questions, please call (819) 205-4999 x1 for more information. 

Jane's Walk Wrap-up Party / Après-Jane-2016



Description

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Photo: The 'Chateau d'Eau,' now the home of Les Brasseur du Temps pub.

No walking on this tour! Have a refreshment and share your experiences of the weekend with other walkers. Tell us your impressions, and give us ideas for next year. Draw in our guest book.  Scheme about what walks you'd like to lead or attend for next year.

BDT holds a surprise:  you can take a self-guided tour through their Brewery Museum, which chronicles the history of brewing in the Ottawa-Gatineau region from the founding of the first brewery business by Philemon Wright in 1821. More about the museum . . .


Route

Find an empty chair and sit down for a well-deserved rest.

BDT is providing us our own space at the bottom of the ramp.  Follow the signs through the Brewery Museum.

This is a bilingual walk./Ceci est une visite guidée bilingue. Description francais.


About

The Jane's Walk organizers welcome you to the Wrap Party.  This year's core team:

  • Laura Mueller
  • Louise Renauld-George
  • Dennis van Staalduinen
  • Lionel Njeukam
  • Jasmine Tranter
  • Shawn McNicholl
  • Leigh Thorpe

There are many other folks who contribute to Jane's Walk, including walk leaders, marshals, design and technical contributors, publicity, postering, and so on. All of these contributors have made Jane's Walk what it is, and without such collective participation, Jane's Walk would not be possible. A big thank-you to everyone for your time, your donations, and/or your gift of in-kind services. Most of all, thanks to those who come out to participate. Together we have created a significant event that brings Ottawans together, and that helps to make Ottawa a stronger, more resilient, more democratic community.