Thurday 26 January
3929 Carp road
Just north of Carp Village
meet at 10:30
Cost: $15 (payable in advance)
Come out and
experience a 60 minute guided tour of this unique museum.
is a massive
four-storey underground bunker, built between 1959 and 1961. During the
Cold War, top officials were to take shelter here in the event of a
nuclear war. It was active as Canadian Forces Station Carp until 1994.
In 1994, the Diefenbunker was designated a National
Historic Site of Canada because it is considered the most important
surviving Cold War site in Canada. The bunker is important as an
engineering achievement and to the critical path method of planning
used in its construction. In addition, the Diefenbunker is symbolic of
the Cold War, a strategy of nuclear deterrence and the Canadian
people's determination to survive as a nation following a nuclear war.
Today, it operates as a
not-for-profit, charitable museum with award-winning tours and programs.
Visit their website at: https://diefenbunker.ca/
Payment can be made in person at the December or January meeting or via e-Transfer to email@example.com.
Be sure to indicate "Diefenbunker Tour" in the message field as well
as the name(s) of the participants. Detailed e-transfer instructions
can be found HERE
visit will be followed by lunch at:
The Swan At Carp
108 Falldown Lane
TripAdvisor: "Swan has reopened.
Renovations are complete breathing new life into the Swan. Excellent
food and service to this village pub and eatery. Not the usual pub fare
though but with a wide selection of choices all well done. Food and
desserts are prepared by two graduates of Cordon Bleu in Ottawa. Needs
to be experienced to be appreciated. No loud music; no TVs to distract
from the ambience and fellow diners."
Website here: https://www.theswanatcarp.ca/
on attending one or both? Please sign up at our December or January
meeting or via
email to firstname.lastname@example.org
from our City Hall visit and Johny Farina Restaurant