International Trails Day in New Brunswick

June 2, 2012 | 0 comments

The New Brunswick Trails Council has compiled a list of fun activities happening across the province on June 2nd. Check out the great options for celebrating trails in a community near you!

Moncton/Riverview/Dieppe

What: Community Walk/Run/Roll/Bike

When and where: June 2nd, 2012
Departure time is 10:00 a.m. at the following locations:
Moncton – Event Zone next to the old Fire Station on Assumption Blvd
Riverview –Riverfront Trail Playground close to the Gunningsville Bridge on Coverdale Road.
Dieppe – Place 1604 behind City Hall

The Riverview group will meet groups from Moncton and Dieppe at the Event Zone at approximately 10:30 a.m. to mark Trails Day with the K94.5 Roadrunner!

More information:
Moncton – Joanne Lamarche 877-7769, joanne.lamarche@moncton.ca
Riverview Ashley Aarrowsmith387-2028, aarrowsmith@townofriverview.ca
Dieppe – Monica Cormier 877-7830, monica.cormier@dieppe.ca

 
Memramcook

What: A thematic walk – “Sur la piste de nos ancêtres”, organized by the local Scouts.
When and where:  June 2nd, 2012  11am at the LeBlanc Park, 54 Chemin du Parc Rd, Memramcook, NB

More Information:
Guy Gautreau
Animateur communautaire
Community Coordinator

506.758.4105
ggautreau@memramcook.com

 
Bathurst

What: International Trails Day event, find info and friends who like to walk and cycle.
When and where: June 2 noon until 3pm Coronation Park

More Information:
Contact: Barbara Thibodeau, 783-3122, info@relaxseaside.com

 
Tide Head

What: Nature Hike on NB Trail
When and where: June 2nd, 2012

10 am – meet at the Parking area at Christopher Brook and walk 2.5 miles to the Christopher Brook Bridge at Glencoe

More Information:
Denyse – zdenyse@hotmail.com  753-9872


Grand Bay-Westfield

What: Hike on the Heritage trail and Geocaching Event
When and where: June 2nd between 1pm and 5 pm on Heritage Trail

More Information:
Ray Riddell
rayriddell@gmail.com
506-757-8380
and
Gary Clark
gclark@towngbw.ca
506-738-6423

 

Nature Trust of New Brunswick

What: Trail clean up and hike
Where: Minister’s Face Nature Preserve on Long Island
When: June 2nd, 2012 – 10:00am to 4:00pm

Details: Participants are asked to meet at the Royal Kennebeccasis Yacht Club (1042 Millidge Ave., Saint John, NB, E2K 2P6). Please arrive at 9:30 as the boat will be leaving promptly at 10am. The boat will not return to land until 4:00pm, so please be prepared with water, lunch, bug spray and hiking boots.

More Information: Please RSVP to Greg Jongsma at staff@ntnb.org or by phone: 506-457-2398.


Dobson Trail

What:  Join the Dobson Trail Volunteer Crew on a hike from the Prosser Brook Road to Hayward Pinnacle (9km), the highest point in the South East Region
Where: Meet at the Byron Dobson Arena at 9:00 am for a ride to the trailhead. Transportation is being provided by the Town of Riverview.
When: June 2nd, 2012 – 10:00am to 4:00pm

Details: Please bring water, snacks, and appropriate footwear and attire.

More Information: Please contact Jill at 506-387-2133

 

Fredericton

What:  Here we roll again! 3rd annual Wheels for Meals Bikeathon FUNdraiser with a choice of  six and, new this year, an après cycle meetup at Isaac’s Way.
Where: Officers’ Square is Bikeathon central
When: June 2nd, 2012 – Check route information for start times. Varies from 9:30 a.m. for 50k+ to 1:30 pm for families with young children.

Details: Pledge sheets are provided for participating cyclists to seek monetary support from family and friends.  The funds raised  enable us to subsidize rising meal costs to ensure that healthy meals remain affordable for our many clients living on low, fixed incomes.

Thanks to the generous support of local businesses, there will be a silent auction, door prizes, and a special prize for the person who raises the highest amount in pledges. And once again, younger participants (and those who are feeling particularly creative) are invited to decorate their cycles for the Decorated Bike Parade.

More Information: Lots more information about start times for the different routes; the silent auction; and all you need to know about this great outdoor event for all ages can be found at Meals on Wheels, Fredericton.

 

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