Bus leaves Hillier Hall at 12:30. Grab your binoculars and your comfortable walking shoes and let’s go!
Learn how to identify and benefit from the wild plants growing all around us. Many lawn and garden weeds are superior sources of nutrition and healing. The best part? They are freely and abundantly available to us all!
Join local Herbalist Tamara Segal of Hawthorn Herbals for a FREE talk and tour of the wild abundance growing at our feet.
Where: Hillier Hall, 18560 Loyalist Parkway
When: Saturday, May 9 from 10:30 a.m. – noon
The talk is free, but donations to support Hillier Hall are welcomed.
For more information, call (613) 476-1830 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
The Hillier Recreation Committee has proudly adopted a section of the Millenium Trail from Danforth Rd. to Palmer-Burris Rd. and will be working to raise funds to improve it. This part of the trail passes through two of the most important (and environmentally sensitive) wetlands in Prince Edward County and is home to turtles, beavers, ducks, geese and other birds as well as many other species.
It is a lovely part of the trail to hike, although parts of this section are not great for cycling as the gravel is coarse.
For more information on the trail, visit themillenniumtrail.com.