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Unearthing Stories of Lost Wendigo Creek - Blue Green City for Earth Day    Sat Apr 22 to Wed Dec 31, 1969, Toronto, ON

Green 13:
Unearthing Stories of Lost Wendigo Creek - Blue Green City for Earth Day

Start Location: Meet at Malta Park, Dundas St West and St John's Rd.
Date: Saturday, April 22, 2017
Time: 2pm

Walk Leaders: Gib Goodfellow, member of the West Toronto Junction Historical Society and lifetime resident; Helen Mills of Toronto Green Community's RAINscapeTO and Lost Rivers

Green 13 and Toronto Green Community celebrate Earth Day with a walk along the path of lost Wendigo Creek. Along the way we will discover what happened to Wendigo Creek, where the water is now, and learn about the idea of a Blue Green City - how people are getting together to help re-make a more natural water cycle one garden and one park at a time.

Walk is mostly on paved trails and city streets - some pathways and steep slopes in High Park.

Dress for the weather and wear sturdy shoes. Washrooms available at High Park

See more - http://www.green13toronto.org/event/unearthing-stories-lost-wendigo-cree...

 
 

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Contact Name: Green13
Website: http://www.green13toronto.org

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