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Get back to nature with GRCA events

CAMBRIDGE - The Grand River Conservation Authority offers a wide variety of events at its nature centres and conservation areas. Here are a few of them.

Nov. 13 The Best Dam Tour is at Guelph Lake Nature Centre 2 to 4pm. Tour the Guelph Lake Dam, and learn about flood control, the production of hydro electric power, and how the dam helps to maintain water levels in the Grand River watershed. Tickets are $5 per person. Call 519-836-7096 to register in advance.

Nov. 20 Lost is at Laurel Creel Nature Centre 2 to 4pm. Don’t let it happen. Start by learning how to use a compass and conquering the practice course. Then learn how to use a GPS units and go out, test navigational skills and be able to come back. Phone 519-885-1368 to register. The cost is $5 per person.

Nov. 27 The Awesome Snake Show is at Guelph Lake Nature Centre 2 to 4pm.  Slithery, slippery and definitely not slimey. Meet some very cool reptiles. There will be a slide show highlighting the snakes of Ontario, and a chance to meet some live snakes. The cost is $5 per person. Call 519-836-7096 to register.

 

 

November 11, 2011

 
 

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