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Rideau Curling Club has a vivid history beginning from its inception in 1888. The club opened its doors for the first time on Waller Street. Maintaining a strong rivalry with the Ottawa Curling Club on O'Connor street, Rideau is one of the oldest curling clubs in Ottawa. The club moved to Laurier Avenue in 1916 due to political issues, from where it moved to its present location on Cooper Street in 1949. Featuring curling rinks, banquet halls and a restaurant, Rideau Curling Club provides an all-round recreational and sports experience.
The Bronson Centre is a charitable organization which has provided invaluable services to the community since 1996. Besides being a noted organization, the Center also has spaces for rent that accommodate cultural and artistic events and activities. The Bronson Center event space consists of The Bronson Centre Theatre, Mac Hall, Meeting Rooms and Office Spaces. This venue is known for hosting a wide range of music concerts and is well-equipped with lighting and acoustic technology for the same.
The Tent 1 at the LeBrenton Flats Park in Ottawa has played host to a number of musical and cultural events. Located very close to the War Museum this venue has staged some of the best performers in Canada. The venue has also played host to the Children s Festival, various music events and also Dancing Events. The Tent 1 at LeBrenton Flats is well connected and parking is also available.
Located on O'Connor Street in Downtown Ottawa, the Ottawa Curling Club was established in 1851 by Allan Gilmour. The first curling club in the city, it had started out as Bytown Curling Club. The well-maintained facility features curling rinks as well as banquet halls, meeting areas and a bar. The rinks are available on rents for both private and corporate events.
This museum was established in May 2005, to commemorate the men and women of Canada's armed forces. The museum's mandate is to advance the study of Canada's military history, including the effects of war and conflict on the nation and its citizens. Within its walls are a number of artifacts and exhibits portraying Canada's military history from its earliest days along with Vimy House, the Museum's collections and research facility.