Walk a Little, Learn a Lot

Friends of Cedar Hill Park announces:

Walking Tour of Cedar Hill Park, Saturday, May 14th, 2016, 1-4 pm

Walking Tour Highlights:

Rain or shine, you may enter the walking tour at any one of the many entrances to the Parkʼs chip trail. Free self-guided tour maps are available at Location #1 in the ball fields and at #8 at Queensbury Ave. – Kings Pond.

  1. Walk Coordination Tent – Name the Bridges, FCHPS membership $10
  2. Bowker Creek Watershed Model with Angus Stewart
  3. Bowker Creek Initiative – learn about Bowker Creek and the watershed with Andrea Gleichauf and Soren Henrich
  4. QCHCA, Past President, John Schmuck, looks to the future
  5. History of Cedar Hill Park with Peter Haddon, FCHPS
  6. Native Plant Identification – Pamela Spalding, PhD student, ethnobotany
  7. Saanich’s Pulling Together Program volunteers, Paul Bishop and Jim Moores, summarize their push back against invasive plants
  8. Stewards of Kings Pond – Roy and Colleen Shepherd
  9. The Unique Evolution of the Golf Club – Val Mieras and Al Foster
  10. Management of the Golf Course and Natural Areas including the chip trail 
  11. Ian Smith (Superintendent) and Jake Skinner, Greenskeeper
  12. McRae House – Saanich Volunteer Services Society Open HouseMcRae House – Sylvia Van Kirk, retired history professor, presents the history of George and Elizabeth McRae and family
  13. The Arts Centre at Cedar Hill Recreation Centre – “Arts to Go” Activity
  14. CAC sponsors the Café Gallery Show featuring images of Cedar Hill Park

You are invited to participate in a FREE • FUN • FAMILY EVENT!
For more information about the Friends of Cedar Hill Park Society (FCHPS), please visit their website.
Thanks to SAANICH for a supporting Small SPARKS Grant, 2016.

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