In the news…March 1, 2011
- A Kinghorn Rail Trail Project Open House will be held Wednesday, March 2 in Thunder Bay, ON at the 55 Plus Centre, 700 River Street. Doors open at 7:00 pm; everyone is invited. For more info, contact Shaun Karsten of TCTO at 807-629-4817 or email email@example.com
- Northwest Territories Recreation and Parks Association is offering a free workshop to Aboriginal women who are interested in promoting physical activity in their communities on Friday, March 4 from 9-12 at the Yellowknife Public Library. Call 867-873-2566 or email to register.
- Sudbury’s Rainbow Routes Hike Club will be hitting the Hillfield and Kelly Lake trails on Saturday, March 5 from 9:45 – noon. Hikers are asked to meet at Hillfield Park in Lively, ON. See details.
- Al MacPherson, President of the Kawartha Trans Canada Trail Association and tireless supporter of the TCT project, will be speaking at the Lindsay, ON Canadian Club dinner on Wednesday, March 9. Al is a trail designer, author and educator with a great story to tell. Reserve your tickets and get all the info from Jean Boyd at 705-454-1973.
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