Heymans host a July 4th bash for the books

U.S. Ambassador Bruce Heyman, front left, and Vicki Heyman, dance to live music played by The Digs, along with hundreds of their guests at their Fourth of July party at the U.S. official residence. The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia

Coca-Cola, an official sponsor of the independence day bash July 4, offered these Fourth of July cans as a souvenir for guests. The Hill Times photograph by Chelsea Nash

The Heymans hang out with Harley Davidson motorcycles on display at their residence for the bash.

The Heymans talk to Ottawa Mayor Jim Watson in front of an Airstream trailer.

The Governor General's Foot Guards stand in line for some gourmet authentic American food. The Hill Times photograph by Chelsea Nash

A display of vintage postcards from all over the United States, and one from Canada, too. The Hill Times photograph by Chelsea Nash

The Heymans with Japanese Ambassador Kenjiro Monji and his spouse, Etsuko Monji. The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia

Mr. and Ms. Heyman welcome Green Party Leader Elizabeth May to their residence, known as Lornado, on July 4. The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia

Tea Uchaneishvili with her spouse, Georgian Ambassador Alexander Latsabidze with Rwandan Acting High Commissioner Shakilla Umutoni at the Chateau Laurier on May 31 for Georgia's national day reception. The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia

Mr. Latsabidze with the Ambassador of Saudi Arabia Naif Bin Bandir AlSudairy. The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia

Ms. Uchaneishvili with Conservative MP Brad Trost and Mr. Latsabidze, celebrating Georgia's national day. The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia

Sofía Cerrato, ambassador of Honduras, and Virgilio Alcántara, ambassador of the Dominican Republic, at the Georgian event. The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia