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Thank you everyone who made the 2016 show such a success.
Hope to see you again on March17, 18, 19, 2017

DRIVING INSTRUCTIONS WITH MAPS

Waterloo is located just west of Kitchener at the intersection of Hwy-7, Hwy-8 and Hwy-85, approx. 110 km west of Toronto.
From Hwy-85: Hwy-85 to the University Ave. East exit.
From Uptown Waterloo: King St. north to University Ave. Turn right (east) on University Avenue.

From Northfield (Waterloo): Proceed northeast on Northfield Dr. towards Woolwich. Because of LRT construction Northfield Drive canNOT be used to access RIM Park.

 

Watch for the Manulife Financial Sportsplex (see picture below). This is where you want to go.

Park in front of the building and go to the 2nd floor.

See the more detailed map at the bottom of this page.

 

 

HOTELS AND EATING PLACES

Click here, for a map of places to stay and eat in the local proximity of the carving show.

 

WOOD ART IN THE CITIES SHOW LOCATION

Forbes Family Hall
RIM Park
2001 University Ave. E.,
Waterloo, ON

 

We are actively fund-raising. The Grand Valley Woodcarvers will give charitable tax receipts for any donations (click here to go to the Donations page).

You can help make our show a success by entering our show and encouraging your friends to bring entries to either the Canadian National Wildfowl Carving Championship or to The Owl's Nest Carving Competition (both being held in the same room).

The Grand Valley Woodcarvers Club would like to thank the competitors, judges, sponsors and all the devoted club members who help to make the Canadian National Wildfowl Carving Championship such a success each year.

We look forward to seeing you each year.

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