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Heading northbound on Bathurst, there is a small green sign on a wooden stake on the east side of Bathurst Street, about 50m north of Keith Ave. It's labeled "Jokers Hill Trails". But the turn-off for the (unmarked) gravel-road Bathurst spur is about 50m further north on the west side of Bathurst. If people miss it and get to Davis Drive (aka Hsy 9) they can turn around and head south - it's a lot easier to see the turn-off when you're heading southbound.
Join us Saturday, September 28 (11am - 2pm) for a Picnic at High Park! Come to Picnic Area #5 for an afternoon of guest speakers (including from the Toronto Wildlife Centre, Toronto Parks and Trees, and LEAF), as well as a GPS workshops!
All ages are welcome! Admission is free, snacks and light refreshments included!
When: Thursday, August 29
Time: 7:00 pm
Where: Paupers Pub, 2nd Floor (539 Bloor St. W)
Directions: a few steps south-east of Bathurst Station
Please join us on Sunday April 21, 2013 to celebrate the life and remarkable achievements of Peter OrphanosSubmitted by Shaima Al-Khalili on Tue, 2013-03-19 12:59
On April 21 2013, Sierra Club Ontario and Credit Valley Conservation will be co-hosting a very special event to honour our late friend and colleague, Peter Orphanos.
Peter Orphanos, founder of Sierra Club's Peel Region Group and environmental champion, lost his battle with cancer in December just before the holidays. His passing was felt in his community and across the country. Peter Orphanos was a dedicated man and was widely respected as a knowledgeable and determined environmental advocate. The embodiment of “Think Global Act Local”, he devoted decades of his life to protecting the Credit River Valley that winds through Peel Region and alongside his Streetsville, Mississauga home to Lake Ontario.... Read more »