Bus Trip to Sutton, Peterborough and Cobourg, September 26, 2015

Dear Colleagues and Friends of AMCA Toronto!

It is our pleasure to announce that this year AMCA Toronto is organizing a one-day excursion to a few towns of Central Ontario on Saturday, September 26, 2015. We plan to visit picturesque towns rich in cultural heritage and important economic development:

Sutton – Peterborough – Cobourg

Champlain College, Peterborough

Victoria Hall, Cobourg

The price for the bus, including car parking, is $40 for AMCA members,$25 for students, $45 for non-members. For reservations, please contact Vida Grosl at Vgrosl@aol.com or by phone at 416.921.0491, or any AMCA board member. This trip will end with a buffet style group dinner in Cobourg at Woodlawn Country Inn Restaurant.(Price of a Group Buffet Menu is $30 includes HST and the tip. (additional $2 if salmon / prime rib selected) Drinks are sold separately.


9:00 AM Leaving from the parking lot of the Church of Croatian Martyrs at 4605 Mississauga Rd., (south of Eglinton Ave. W.) Mississauga. Please arrive 8:45 AM at the latest!!!

11:15 AM Arriving to Sutton on Lk. Simcoe, visit St. George’s Anglican Church and the adjacent cemetery with Steven Leacock grave. View Lake Simcoe, photos.

11:45 AM Bus ride towards Peterborough.

12:15 PM Arriving to Peterborough, parking, visit Trent University, view architecture, discuss history (45 min).

1:00 PM Lunch break, bring your own or visit one of the local restaurants.

2:00 PM Visit the Hydraulic Lock, free (donations welcome).

2:30 PM Visit “Canoe Museum” (optional, entrance fee $10.50).

3:00 PM Visit Pioneer Village (optional, entrance fee $8.00)

3:30 PM Boarding. Bus ride to Cobourg.

4:00 PM Arriving to Cobourg, visit the Victoria Hall on Main Street (exterior only), free time in the park on the beaches of Lake Ontario.

5:30 PM Go to the Woodlawn Inn Restaurant for a Group Dinner.

7:15 PM Boarding and return ride to Mississauga.

8:30 PM Arrive to the parking lot of the Church of Croatian Martyrs, Mississauga.

AMCA Toronto