Carson Grove Neighbourhood

The Carson Grove neighbourhood is rich with its history and multiple green spaces. We'll walk around Carson Grove, looking at buildings of interest and their cultural significance. To make it exciting, we’ll be on the lookout to spot the four Franco-Ontarian flags! Diane will share some personal anecdotes and will ask participants if they wish to share stories as well.

Diane would be glad to converse in French as well as English

Diane serait ravie de converser en français et en anglais.

Carte indiquant le point de départ

We'll meet in the parking lot at Dr. John Hopps Park (300 Den Haag Drive), near the basketball and tennis courts. From there, we'll walk north along Den Haag to Montreal Rd., then east along the south side of Montreal Rd to Carson's Rd, turning south on Carson's Rd to the intersection with Den Haag, and finally west on Den Haag back towards John Hopps Park where we began. We may take a side trip here or there.

Au sujet du guide

Diane Cuillerier is the Vice President of the Carson Grove Community Association, resident of the neighbourhood.

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Diane Cuillerier

Date:dim 5 mai, 2024
Durée: 1 heure
Langue: anglais
Début:Parking lot at Dr. John Hopps Park (300 Den Haag Dr.)
Quartier:Carson Grove
Distance:2.0 kms

The route will follow city sidewalks and paved pathways.

Galerie d'images
Collège La Cité, college of applied arts and technology. The Monfort Hospital main entrance. Children's Play Area at Dr. John Hopps Park in the Carson Grove neighbourhood. École élémentaire catholique Montfort. 350, prom. Den Haag.
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