THE NETHERLANDS, May 1, 2015 /CNW/ - More than 700 Canadian students, educators, cadets and commanding officers are travelling to the Netherlands to experience firsthand the cities and sites that tell the story of the liberation of Holland by Canadian soldiers and Victory in Europe.
The groups are travelling with EF Educational Tours and will take part in exclusive events and official ceremonies, including:
- Exclusive EF programming at Anne Frank House, the Jewish Historical Museum and the National Liberation Museum 1944-1945.
- A remembrance ceremony at Holten Canadian War Cemetery alongside Dutch youth.
- A 2.5 kilometre silent march from Groesbeek Town Hall to the Canadian War Cemetery.
- The Liberation Day celebrations in Wageningen.
Educators, students, cadets and EF representatives will be available for interviews. Requests for interviews can be arranged via the media contact below. To view our media kit and a more detailed event brief, visit eftours.ca/VE70Media.
About EF Educational Tours:
EF Educational Tours is part of EF Education First, the World Leader in International Education. For 50 years, EF has developed the next generation of global citizens through our mission of Opening the World Through Education. EF Educational Tours partners with educators to incorporate travel into their lessons to enrich what they teach in the classroom, preparing students for the challenges of the 21st century and offering the opportunity to "learn it by living it." For more information, visit eftours.ca.
SOURCE EF Educational Tours
For further information: Media contact: Susanna Dawson, Corporate Communications, EF Educational Tours, 1-647-801-3836, email@example.com