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.
- Walk Coordination Tent – Name the Bridges, FCHPS membership $10
- Bowker Creek Watershed Model with Angus Stewart
- Bowker Creek Initiative – learn about Bowker Creek and the watershed with Andrea Gleichauf and Soren Henrich
- QCHCA, Past President, John Schmuck, looks to the future
- History of Cedar Hill Park with Peter Haddon, FCHPS
- Native Plant Identification – Pamela Spalding, PhD student, ethnobotany
- Saanich’s Pulling Together Program volunteers, Paul Bishop and Jim Moores, summarize their push back against invasive plants
- Stewards of Kings Pond – Roy and Colleen Shepherd
- The Unique Evolution of the Golf Club – Val Mieras and Al Foster
- Management of the Golf Course and Natural Areas including the chip trail
- Ian Smith (Superintendent) and Jake Skinner, Greenskeeper
- 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
- The Arts Centre at Cedar Hill Recreation Centre – “Arts to Go” Activity
- 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.