HRM Diverse Walks is a monthly walk created for those of us who are interested in learning more about the history and nature in and around the city we call home. This month's walk will be led by Mr Bernie Hart, volunteer heritage secretariat at the Fairbanks Centre and a former teacher and chief education curator at the Nova Scotia Museum. As a researcher at the Fairbanks Centre, he's an expert in the human history of Shubie Park, and is also very knowledgeable of the plants and wildlife in the area. But don't worry, he'll be the only expert on the trail with us, everyone else will be just as eager to learn as you are!
The walk will be over gentle terrain and is suitable in both difficulty and content for budding naturalists and historians of all ages.
We will meet August 3rd in the Fairbanks Centre at 54 Locks Road, off of Waverly Road in Dartmouth at 1PM.
Please keep updated on this event by joining our Facebook Group: www.facebook.com/HRMDiverse
You can also check out Bernie's Blog if you want to really bone up on Shubie before the hike!
See you on the trail!