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    Community Event

    Fall Colours Nature Walk in Hungry Hollow

    14
    Oct Fall Colours Nature Walk in Hungry Hollow 2017-10-14T13:00 2017-10-14T15:30 Join us for a guided nature walk to experience the beauty and diversity of nature in your own community. CVC experts will share their knowledge of Hungry Hollow as we explore this special landscape. Bring your family and friends and learn about unique habitat, ecosystems, local wildlife and much more. Please note that sections of the trail are challenging, as there are steep slopes and gravel surfaces. Please wear sturdy footwear and dress for the weather. Refreshments will be provided. This event runs rain or shine. Please meet at the trail entrance along the sidewalk at 124 Miller Drive.

    Hungry Hollow Trail, Georgetown
    124 Miller Drive
    Halton Hills ON CANADA
    1:00
    pm

    Location


    Hungry Hollow Trail, Georgetown
    124 Miller Drive
    Halton Hills ON CANADA

    Contact Information


    Contact Name: Kimberley Holt
    Phone: 9056701615
    Email: kholt-behrend@creditvalleyca.ca
    Price: NA
    Date:
    October 14, 2017 @ 1:00pm
    Start Time: 1:00pm
    Website:

    Event Description


    Join us for a guided nature walk to experience the beauty and diversity of nature in your own community. CVC experts will share their knowledge of Hungry Hollow as we explore this special landscape. Bring your family and friends and learn about unique habitat, ecosystems, local wildlife and much more.

    Please note that sections of the trail are challenging, as there are steep slopes and gravel surfaces. Please wear sturdy footwear and dress for the weather. Refreshments will be provided. This event runs rain or shine.

    Please meet at the trail entrance along the sidewalk at 124 Miller Drive.

     

     


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