190 Weber St. N.
Waterloo, ON N2J 3H4
Phone: (519) 747-9400
Fax: (519) 747-2134
The city of Waterloo is located in the southern part of the province of Ontario. Although comparatively a smaller city, Waterloo has a lively and pulsating nature to it. It is best known as the headquarters of BlackBerry, the world famous smartphone company. With a rich history and a vivid cultural canvas, the city has a number of attractions to visit. These include the Waterloo Central Railway, RIM Park, Elliott Avedon Museum and Archive of Games and Conestoga Mall among many others. A lot of community events and festivals are hosted in the city too, such as Ice Dogs Festival, Royal Medieval Faire, World Religions Conference and Tour De Waterloo, to name a few.
First United Church is a place of worship for all the faithful in Waterloo. Apart from religious services, the church involves itself in a number of activities that help each section of the community. From outreach programs for the elderly to bible study groups, Christian art and music festivals to film specials for the youth; the Church actively participates in building up the community. For more on the church and its activities, call ahead or check out their website.
One of the largest city in Southern Ontario, Kitchener was incorporated as a city in 1912. It is a vibrant city with a glorious and colorful past. Numerous local attractions offer visitors a glimpse of the area's rich culture. The city has long line up of events throughout the year. There are various shopping and dining destinations to indulge and experience the true feel of the city.
If you are looking for a venue to host a reception or an important business meeting, then the Kitchener City Hall is for you. This splendid building, which is also the administrative center of the city council, has a number of meeting room and large council chamber space to accommodate the crowd from 10 to 150 for any events. In the past, the hall has witnessed a number of fundraisers, conferences and meetings. Call or visit their website to know more.
Well known as the parish of Anglican Church, the Trinity Anglican Church is a beautiful religious landmark. The church was erected in the 1800s era and is one of the foremost stone churches in this region.
Cambridge is one of the major cities of the state of Ontario. Located on the junction of Speed and Grand rivers, the city was established in 1973. The beautiful city has a lot to offer to its visitors, from history to art and culture. The architecture of majority of the buildings dates back to the 19th Century and there is wide array of shopping and dining options in the city. The city is a proud host to various festivals and events throughout the year like Mill Race Folk Festival, Rock the Mill, A Day & A Night, Annual Downtown Hespeler Santa Claus Parade to name a few.
The Church of Our Lady or the Church of Our Lady Immaculate, is a church that dates back to 1800s era. A National Historic Site of Canada, this church continues to serve the community and strive for its betterment. For more details, check website.
Downtown Guelph is a bustling area that boasts of beautifully designed buildings and is home to many city landmarks. A few of the structures include Guelph City Hall, St. Georges Square, The Armoury and so forth.
Founded in 1964, the University of Guelph is one of the top ranking universities in Canada. This all-inclusive research institution offers graduate, post-graduate, diplomas, doctorates and more in various fields. The main campus is a mix of the old and new architectural styles featuring Victorian towers, modern stone buildings, landscaped areas, brick walkways and a huge greenhouse. The 'U of G' as it is commonly known, comprises of seven faculties and many specialization departments. It also has one of the most established in-house systems for students in the country with many facilities. The huge library has programs for those researching and has spaces for group or individual study.
Centre Wellington is a township established in 1999 by dissolving various small townships and villages. The major communities of Centre Wellington are Fergus and Ellora. The opulent and rich history of these two communities can be felt in the township today. Some of the attractions worth visiting are the Brew House on the Grand, Ennotville Historical Library, Bethany United Church to name a few. Check their website to know more.