SUMMER JOB EMPLOYMENT OFFER Two (2) positions of : LABOURER / ROAD and RECREATION DEPARTMENTS Period of May 1 to August 25, 2017 Place of work : Village of St-Eugene &n... More
TAI CHI LESSONSOFFERED TO SENIORS OF THE TOWNSHIP OF EAST HAWKESBURY AT NO COST EVERY WEDNESDAY FROM 10:00 A.M. TO 11:30 A.M. CLASSES WILL BE HELD IN ALTERNATIO... More
New Open Air Burning By-LawThe Council of the Township of East Hawkesbury adopted By-Law No. 2016-44 at its meeting of August 8, 2016 establishing new requirements with respect ... More
February 4, 2017WINE AND CHEESE EVENINGSaturday, February 4, 2017 at 7:00 P.M. A perfect outing for the Valentin season, our annuel wine and cheese fest on the first Saturday in February i... More
Hawkesbury Golf and Curling
1150 Golf Road
Telephone : 613 632-4320
Toll free : 1-800-278-8510
Hawkesbury Golf Course offers a challenging golf outing to all levels of players. The mature, tree-lined fairways and difficult, elevated greens are trademarks of this course that has a reputation of playing much harder than its length indicates. Course yardage ranges from 5250 yards from forward tees to 6700 from the championship tees.
For more informations ... www.hawkesburygolfandcurling.com
25 des Outaouais Road, Chute-à-Blondeau ON
Telephone: 613.676-2228 Email: email@example.com North West Company fur trader John Macdonell built this rustic but grand Georgian House in 1817. For many years he operated a shipping business on the Ottawa River. William Williamson, founder of the Laurentian Lumber Co., purchased the house in 1882. Today, dedicated volunteers work with the Ontario Heritage Trust to restore the site.
For more informations… www.mwhouse.ca
Voyageur Provincial Park
1133 Front Road
Chute-à-Blondeau ON K0B lB0
This park is opposite the once-furious Long Sault rapids around which voyageurs portaged on their way up the Ottawa River. The Carillon dam raised water levels and created a shoreline of marshes and inlets teeming with birds and wildlife. Explore on foot, by canoe or, in winter, on skis.
For more informations… www.ontarioparks.com
Prescott-Russell Recreational Trail
The Prescott-Russell Recreational Trail is a four season, 72 kilometre trail that will accommodate a variety of recreational activities such as hiking , cycling, and snowmobiling in the winter. ATV’s or any other motorized vehicles are prohibited on the Trail.
The trail traverses the charming countryside and enchanting towns of the United Counties of Prescott and Russell. A unique tapestry of history and ecological features awaits the trail explorer. The trail recycles an abandoned Montreal-Ottawa rail line that travels through a veritable treasure chest of pastoral scenery comprised of wood lots, pasture lands, fields of grain ripening in the sun or traced with long, newly turned furrows.
For more informations… www.prescott-russell.on.ca