Plenty to sign up for this fall

The fall leisure guide for Slocan Valley recreation is now out so make sure to check it out for all the great programs coming up.

The fall leisure guide for Slocan Valley recreation is now out so make sure to check it out for all the great programs coming up. Here are a few highlights:

Get insights of the trials and rewards associated with getting off the grid when Val Mayes and Gary Yakimchuk share their experiences on Sunday, September 18.

Shanoon Bennett returns on September 24 for the native edibles harvest walk, where she completes the cycle focusing on the roots, berries and fruits of  a variety of beneficial native plants.

The P.A.L. and C.O.R.E. hunter training programs are also happening at Winlaw School in September, beginning the weekend of  September 17.

You can find the guide on line at rdck.bc.ca/community/recreation/slocan_valley/sv_lg.html.

For more information call them at 250-226-0008 or find them on Facebook to keep up to date on everything.

 

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