EVENTS IN THE WOODS...
The Friends of Laurier Woods organize themed interpretive hikes through the Laurier Woods Conservation Area each month from June through November.
The hikes are led by a full range of natural resources and environmental experts who provide hikers with bountiful observations and information specific to their are of expertise.
The two-hour walks are typically held the first Saturday of each month beginning at 9 or 10 am, starting from the Conservation Area parking lot at the end of Brule Street. Please consult the schedule for the latest information.
The interpretive hikes will be of interest to a full range of ages and abilities, and are free–of-charge. Hikers are reminded to wear appropriate footwear.
2020 GUIDED WALKS SCHEDULE
To be posted in April
GRINCH'S LURKING IN THE WOODS
SATURDAY Dec, 21, all day ---bring the kids---- out for a walk in Laurier Woods , check the trails to see if you can find a GRINCH lurking on the trails.. Main trail only. Once found try hiding at least one for someone else to find. Fun, much like the ghost hunt we had. This is a ONE day event, Saturday 21st, weather so far is looking good for a really fun walk. Partly sunny and minus 2.