A River Runs Through It: Stories of the Lower Humber

By Pamela Gough, Diane Goodwillie, Walk Toronto Steering Committee Member

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Friday, May 6

2pm-3:30pm

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Sunday, May 8

2pm-3:30pm

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DETAILS

Language: English 

Area: Etobicoke

Theme: History & Culture

Accessibility: Uneven Terrain, Family-friendly, Pet-friendly, Fun for Kids, Mud or Poor Drainage, We will be on both paved and unpaved trails.. Pace will be moderate with frequent stops. Dress for the weather and terrain, bring a reusable water bottle and please keep dogs on leash.

COVID PROTOCOLS

15 person limit. Click links above to register.

WALK DETAILS:

How have natural events and the impact of humans altered the lower Humber River and its ravine ecosystem?

 

Join local residents Pamela Gough and Diane Goodwillie as we step back in time to tell the stories of the people, places and events that make the lower Humber River one of the most interesting places in Toronto.

 

Bring your own knowledge and perspectives to the conversation as we stroll past evidence of catastrophic weather events, ancient villages, and local heroes.

 

We might even see some wild deer!

  • Walk Start Location: Old Mill subway stationWalk leaders will be holding orange Jane’s Walk signs

  • Nearest Public Transit: Old Mill subway station

  • Walk End Location: Royal York subway station, Grenview exit