Get outside and explore nature in High Park with your whole family! Grandparents, parents, teens, children and babies alike will love this chance to discover the natural wonders in High Park’s incredible savannahs, woodlands and wetlands. Walks are led by their amazing nature interpreters, as well as the High Park Rangers and the High Park Eagles Youth.
The meet up spot is 375 Colborne Lodge Drive at 1:30 pm.
Swansea Historical Society hopes to see you at the Swansea Town Hall on February 6, 7:30 pm where the featured speaker will be Gregory Klages, author of “The Many Deaths of Tom Thomson”. In 1917, shortly before his 40th birthday, the renowned Canadian landscape artist, Tom Thomson, died under mysterious circumstances in Canoe Lake, Algonquin Park. Was it accidental, or was he a murder victim? Author Gregory Klages will talk about Tom Thomson and the various theories that have been proposed to explain Thomson’s untimely death. Visitors Welcome! Light Refreshments!
Please see below for the Swansea Historical Society Newsletter for February 2019.SHS Newsletter - Feb 2019
Join the High Park Stewards and Emily Rondel for a presentation and discussion on Urban birds and citizen science and what we can do to help them survive and thrive.
Presentation is at 10:30 am to 12:30 pm, HOWARD PARK TENNIS CLUB, 430 Parkside Drive.
More information can be found here.